Happy World Scrapbooking Day everyone!

Well I did manage to get a page made during the week to share with you on this special World Scrapbooking Day!  I used the beautiful new Design a Daydream DSP from our new Annual Catalogue.  This is a host item only so you can only purchase it if you hold a workshop and you are the host.  Easy just book a workshop (can be a virtual workshop and I do all the work for you!) and you could be eligible to purchase these beautiful papers.  There are 48 YES 48  DOUBLE SIDED PAGES 4 pages each of 12 different designs.  That's a lot of paper and only $31 valued at $52).  Please contact me to book your workshop on 0419721561 or email me at bethwynn101@hotmail.com


This page has three chevron lines across the page, the photos are mounted on Pool Party and Basic White and I have fussy cut some of the flowers from one of the pages of the DSP.  It is all set on a background of one of the pages of the DSP also.  The photos were taken last year at a 60th birthday of a very dear friend of mine with her permission I am able to post.  

To view the new Annual Catalogue or the current mini catalogue please click on the catalogue widget to view.  You can also then click on Shop with Me button 24/7 at the top of the blog page!. 

I hope you like the page I have done. 

Hope you all have an amazing World Scrapbook Day and thanks for stopping by.  



Good morning all,

Well as promised I made some cards using my leftovers from last night's Facebook Live.  If you missed it, you can still watch i on my Facebook page or on my youtube channel. 

We did 5 techniques in all and this is the dragonfly card I made using the Joseph's Coat of Many Colours technique.  A great technique to add lots of colour by blending your wide cardstock with colour then heat embossing your image over that with clear embossing powder then going over it with a darker colour.  I cut my dragonflies into two and mounted them on sliver on a piece of white cardstock where I had used the waterfall embossing technique.  

The next card is the left over Block Inking technique I did using your acrylic block to add your inks and then spritzing the block and stamping this directly onto your card. 


I think this card would be a great one for the blokes  I added some birds, (don't look too closely as I made a smudge on the birds).  I embossed the background mount and adhered a mounted sentiment.  If you would like to see the techniques, be sure to pop over to my Wynning Creations Facebook page for the video or to my Wynning Creations Youtube channel.

That's it for today, thanks for stopping by!  Until next time keep on Stampin.



Hello everyone on this rainy Anzac Day.

We couldn't get to the march today but certainly had the Anzacs in mind when I created today's card.  A big thank you to all members of the armed forces to those who have served and have served and for those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to serve their country.  The pattern inspiration was actually from a newsreader's outfit and it's not the first time I have taken inspiration from theTV.  I once saw a contestant on The Chase Australia and his shirt was so vibrant, I took a photo of the TV.  Mind you I still haven't made a card with it but its in my inspiration box. Hey you do what you have to do!!!

Don't overlook the metallic embossing powders.  The heat embossing technique still amazes me after all these years.  I love watching the embossing powder come to life and shine once the heat is added.  You don't have to have all the colours either, a tub of clear embossing powder will give you the shiny emboss look with any colour ink you may have.  You will have to stamp with versamark ink over your sentiment so you will need a stamp positioning tool to do this but it will give a shine to that simple inked sentiment.  Not sure how to do this?  Stay tuned I will be doing a FB live in the next couple of weeks and will be sharing some inking techniques.  So stay tuned!    All the "ingredients" for today's card are listed below.  Happy shopping.  REMEMBER there are still a few days left in April to be in the draw to win the Stitched Stars dies. Spend $50 or more in the month of April and you automatically go into the draw to win.  

Well that's it for today.  

Stay safe and well and keep on Stampin.




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Hello everyone!  Thanks for stopping by!

We went to watch one of the grandson's play soccer today but as it has been raining sporadically, I came home and decided to play in the craft room.  I made three cards, the first one is using the amazing new Hues of Happpiness DSP.  I only purchased the DSP but think now I want the stamp set and dies.  The dies actually cut out some of the images in the DSP and I love it when Stampin Up makes that happens.  Makes like so much easier than fussy cutting.  So not having the dies, I did some fussy cutting of flowers to make this first card.  But check out the background!!  Its also the DSP and it is just gorgeous.  An ombre style with variations in ink.  How cool is that!  It makes it so simple to make a very impressive card. 

Some of pages of DSP are featured in the bakcground of the photo.  It just shows you some of the beautiful papers available, and double sided!

The second card was a play around with embossing powders, stencils and blending brushes.  I used the Butterfly stencil on white cardstock and then put a second patterned stencil over the top of that and used versamark ink.  Took away the stencil and then heat embossed with gold embossing powder.  When that was set, I put the butterfly stencil back on and used a blending brush and Blushing Bride ink to blend the pink background.  It was also outside my box as I don't usually make square cards but I am challenging myself of late and making things I don't usually do.  Amazing what you come up with!!

I'm pretty happy with how this one turned out actually.  

For the third card, I used my stamparatus and the Wildflower Patch stamp set.  This stamp set is best used with the stamparatus as there are very small stamps to make up the tiny wildflowers.  But boy did I have fun.  I have also used lots of layers on this card as I think layering is important in cardmaking and gives lots of dimension, some cards need layers more than others and I felt this one needed the layering.  Really happy with this one as well.  Love flowery cards.   Certainly a stamp set worth looking at if you want some delicate flowers on your cards.  I'm glad I got it not just for the flowers etcs but the font for the sentiments if really nice as well. 

Hope you like the cards I've made today and I hope that they inspire you to create some yourself.  I would love to see what you make.  Please feel free to share what you have made this weekend,  

Start making your shopping list in time for the start of the new catalogue.  You are going to love it!  

Until next time, keep on stampin!!


Mother's Day Cards


Good afternoon all, So was in the craft room today doing a Mother's Day challenge for a group I belong to. Made these two cards the same but in different colours. All the products are listed below if you wish to purchase any. One is done in Soft Succulent and the other is in Blackberry Bliss. The beautiful bouquet flower dies are from the Harvest Dies in the Nature's Harvest Bundle. The Happy Mother's Day sentiment is from the Timeless Tulips stamp set and the inside sentiment is from the Lovely You stamp.  Basi

The front is made by taking your basic white card front and sponging it with your blending brushes in the desired coloured ink.  Do the edges and gradually go towards the centre but leaving the centre very pale.  I then used the embossing paste to emboss a pattern over this.  While waiting for it to dry I cut my bouquet flowers and coloured them with inks and lay them on a lace framelit die to create the bouquet.  I then created the flower but punching out 4 daisies out of coloured cardstock and layering them and adding a black centre with a very small flower punch I had.  When embossing paste is dry, wrap your ribbon around the card front and adhere to the back.  I cut the excess and used it to make two tags for the bottom of the daisy. You can now adhere your framelit with the bouquet to your card front.  Sentiment is heat embossed with silver embossing powder and I used the tag punch to take the ends of the sentiment piece.  I cut a small dragonfly and a small butterly and adhered them as well.  I think it all came together nicely.  I must admit I was inspired by Susan Levasseur in the States who does some awesome creations.  

I love the inside sentiment as it says it all. The stamp set Lovely You has some beautiful script sentiments which I just love.  As I didn't have any Blackberry Bliss coloured ribbon, I took the gorgeous white Glittered Organdy ribbon and used a blending brush to brush on the Blackberry Bliss ink straight from the ink pad.   This is an awesome way to co-ordinate the colours by using basic white coloured ribbon and sponge with your ink.  

I hope you like these two cards and that this inspires you to make some mother's day cards.  All the products are available from my shop here on my blog site and remember that if you purchase $50 or more during the month of April you go into the draw to win The Stitched Stars framelits! Happy Shopping!

Until next time, keep on Stampin!


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On the Horizon Showcase!!


Good afternoon everyone,  

Welcome to Tuesday!  Well got in the craft room today surrounded by my DSP (patterned papers) as I am re-organising but awaiting arrival of some storage folders so what do you do?  You make cards!  Was excited to finally get the New Horizons DSP and to make a card or two with it.  Stampin Up make it so easy.  As you can see these papers are like water painted scenes so really you only cut them to the size you want and add a the bird stamp or use the dies to cut out a fence and add a sentiment!  So simple.   Here are three cards I made today.  All the supplies are listed below if you would like to purchase any of them.   My shop is here on my blog site and its safe and secure!  Happy Shopping!


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Favourite Tools for Paper Crafting - My top tips


Hello all my lovelies,

Just did a quick video this morning and  just uploaded and thought I would share it here for you.  With the new catalogue on the way there may be a few price increases as with everything these days, so now is the time to get those tools and supplies you've been needing. These tools are my favourites that I use all the time.   Just click on the link below!  

Hope you all have a great day.