My name is Ros Davidson and I live in Skye with my husband and 4 children. I work from home and am an Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator. I teach classes at my home in Skye and on location. I am also available to demonstrate at workshops/parties at your place.
A masculine themed card for the stash, a golf one with some very simple punch art. I never seem to have enough male cards. Do you? I used a bunch of circles to create the "cloud" theme sky in the background.
The skateboard birthday card I have to share today is a double whammy for me, I stock up on making male birthday cards for teens and tweens and I get to use up some of my retiring products also. Stampin' Up! materials used:
A die cut, timeless textures and various coloured cardstock makes a funky vibrant card for a young man doesn't it? I'm pretty sure this card is not only for young men, I have a husband that would be enjoy it also and I am sure I'm not alone! Stampin' Up! materials used:
For this Try It Thursday today I made a bag using my gift bag punch board. Previously, I had only used the gift bag punch board to create a cute as box. With Easter just around the corner I made a little gift bag for my nephews Easter gift. Usually, I buy my niece and nephews chocolate but this particular nephew isn't even 2 months old so a sweet little gift was ideal. It's a little hard to see in the photo but I used the horizontal score line on the top of the bag also to create a folded edge at the top of the gift bag (much like the gift bags you purchase in stores). I used this video for the inspiration on the folded edge.
When you combine party pants stamp set (a free choice with a $90 spend during sale-a-bration) with the owl builder punch and throw in cherry on top designer series paper you get a fun birthday card. Don't you think?
I've seen many versions of the Santa card around featuring the Big Shot gift bow die that I had to give it a whirl myself. A relative quick and easy card. Perfect for mass production also. Stampin' Up! materials used:
I'm blog hopping today with friends and fellow demonstrators in the Art With Heart Stampin' Up! team today. We are farewelling our favourite products featured on the annual Stampin' Up! retirement list. You may have found me by blog hoping and if so, you came to my blog from Genna Gifford (or if not, click on the heart in each blog post to complete the blog hop circle and see all the creations).
Let me show you a castle, card in the box style card made with 6 of the many products that are on the retirement list. If you haven't seen a copy of the retirement list, visit here. Side view (that allows you to see more of the layers) To continue on this blog hop, click on the heart image to be taken to Claire Daly's blog.
The content of this website is the sole responsibility of Ros Davidson, Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator. The use of and content of the classes, services, or products offered on this website is not endorsed by Stampin' Up!®. Some stamped images on this page are copyright Stampin' Up!® 1988-2017. Designs on this page are copyright Ros Davidson 2005-2017 unless otherwise attributed. All designs and tutorials are for your personal inspiration only.