Monday, August 24, 2009

This card uses the die cut blooms again for the petals while the leaves are made by layering a few punched out hearts to create "chipboard" covered with slumber party patterned paper.
The Stamp is from the Best Yet level one hostess.
Washington Apple patterned paper on Not Quite Navy card stock. Certainly Celery stem and white gel pen fake stitching.

I did this page a little while ago for a circle journal and had fun doing it for my caramel slice recipe.

A quick little card using the 5 petal punch to punch a flower on the front. Washington Apple paper on the front also. The orange 5 petal flower is from the bloom die cuts and the button is the designer "button Bouquet". Stamp- all occassions hostess set.
Card stock, rounded corners, - not quite navy.

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Die cut blooms (page 144 in the catalogue/idea book) that have been embellished with twine, brads buttons and sticky die cuts from the I wish scrap pack.

Thankyou card using :
Stampin'Up! die cut blooms and filegree brad for the flower. A Designer button and Summer love rub ons for the sentiment.
Washington Apple designer paper on so saffron and not quite navy card stock. Scallop edge punch.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Retired stamp sets
Fishy Friends

Carte Postale

Happy Christmas Mate

Saturday, February 28, 2009

The dashing handbag card, an invite for a girls night out.
Dashing designer paper, eat cake stamp set. Whisper White, Old olive and Real Red cardstock.

Cuttlebugged foil card Rose Red and Blue Bayou card stock.

Had a lovely workshop and tea party this day at Liz's

Monday, January 26, 2009

Must apologise for the break in tramsmission, all the gaps, on this blog. Still working it out

This is my current work space, the kitchen bench.

Working on cards for a swap., circle theme. All finished now (for the record)!
Using that Stampin'Up! Dashing designer paper again, I just love it. I keep managing to make more things with it, kind of loaves and fishes!

This will be my work space in the future. TBR. to be revamped!

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

This was a 6"x6" card I made for my brother using the outlaw designer paper, which also covered the chipboard numbers. Pewter jumbo eyelets anchored them through the DP to Real Rust then Sage Shadow card stock.