Friday, 25 September 2009
Thursday, 24 September 2009
The challenge this week was to make a card using bits of scrap paper and diecuts.
The paper is didtressed vines from funky fairys they were bits left from another card I made I joined the pieces with some silver peel off borders. The image is a new stamp I bought called Lily - I Love Shopping by Rachelle Anne Miller and coloured with promarkers. The flowers are the new eline ones from prima coloured with promarkers, I have highlighted the embossed bits with a silver gel pen and finished with silver card candy. The swirls are cut from a left over piece of mirri card with my cuttlebug.
Tuesday, 22 September 2009
Monday, 14 September 2009
Sunday, 13 September 2009
Here's my first attempt at making an advent calender out of match boxes. The papers I have used were from the christmas stash swap on crafty place, the brads were from my stash and the sides are decorated with peeloffs. So 1 down 2 left to do now I just need a good use for all the hundres of matchs I have got lol.
Wednesday, 9 September 2009
Here are the lovely cards I recieved from some ladies on MSE.
The forever friends is from Bunbun, the next one is from Flourgirl, The dragon one is from Padster who also sent me loads of stamped images, and the ribbon one is from Oap. The ones in the bottom row are from Melissa to say thankyou for her baby gifts and the fat page she sent me for last months swap.
Thankyou ladies they are all fab and it was lovely to recieve some handmade cards.
Sunday, 6 September 2009
Friday, 4 September 2009
Tuesday, 1 September 2009
This was a sample to see if the bride and groom liked the design. I have used my cuttlebug to emboss the card for this thankyou card. The stamp was one I got from my local shop stamped in silver and mounted on some silver card. A piece of blue ribon tied at the top and finished with a silver heart brad and then the ribbon at the bottom should be blue to but didn't have enough to make this sample card so used white again finished with a brad. Just got to make 40 of them now.