A gift of lemons inspired me to post this recipe. Pretty easy to make using pantry staples; especially if you already have a jar of lemon curd on hand. No lemons? Not a problem, any fruit preserve, puree or even just cut up fruit can be used with the base of this slice to create something equally yummy! I often cut this slice into single serve portions to place in the freezer then I can pop one into a lunchbox the night before work or school.
This apple and blackberry slump is a great, quick and easy after dinner treat. Perfect with a quinelle of freshly whipped cream or ice cream, this is a dessert best eaten steaming hot and straight out of the oven. Here I show you how to make one portion for now and a portion for later or as a freezer meal which is great for when you need something sweet to treat any unexpected house guests.
This is a shaker card I made because I wanted to make a cute themed card for a baby shower card. I have had a slight obsession with making blended backgrounds for a while so was trying to utilise a sunset background as well as a baby themed stamp set I acquired off Aliexpress. Welcome Little One became the sentiment as I wanted to use up a large format diecut as well as try out a set of new sentiment strip diecuts. Enjoy and let me know if you have a go at making a similar style card.
This birthday card idea was inspired by a AAA Birthday birthday card challenge whereby the theme for the month was flowers. Combined with my current obsession with blending on my homemade cards and trying to use as much of my crafty stash as possible. As I wanted specific coloured card to go with the dye inks I have to blend with I ended up making diy card stock colours too by utilising my alcohol markers.
A mother’s day card or a just a card for an awesome mum. This card is made with a vellum overlay on top of a watercolor background created using STA aquarelle dual tone watercolor brushmarkers. Intricate yet simple, this card is perfect to let any mum they are doing a great job.