Monday, October 31, 2011
Friday, October 28, 2011
The large butterfly is stamped onto cream card using Tea Dye Distress Ink.
The alphabets in this kit were to die for.
More tomorrow. xx
Thursday, October 27, 2011
A small sprinkling of tiny hearts finish it off.
More tomorrow. xx
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
This time the challenge is….
Well done Karen C. You will be entered into our December draw. Thank you to everyone for taking part and entering your lovely cards .xx
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Over the coming week or so I will show you some of the layouts we made for the October Limited Edition Kit Class.
The papers used are from Prima and are one of our favourite collections of 2011.
Today I’ll start with the layout entitled - LOVELY
The butterflies are a small stamp, stamped onto the paper and cut out.
Glossy accents makes the body 3d and shiny.
The paper is beautiful in itself so it only needed a few well placed embellishments and detail to finish it off.
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Friday, October 21, 2011
Here are a few of the many photos of the day, showing loads of work in progress.
I will post pictures of the class example tomorrow but I think all of these are beautiful. Well done everyone. Looking forward to the mini project tomorrow.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Looking forward to seeing your fantastic creations. xxx
We had loads of lovely entries for Challenge 56 – Anything Goes. So glad Random.org had to choose a winner and not us.
The winner is….
Number 46 – KalySto
Congratulations KalySto you have been entered into our December Draw.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Just a quick hello today with four cards made for a recent card class. There are two Christmas cards which will be added to our slide show on the right as well, and two general occasion cards which are easily made but effective.
Have a Happy Day
I’ve used one of the nestabilities dies to make the background.
I love the Prima stamp on this one. It’s something really different.
If you haven’t got a suitable background paper then make your own by adding glitter dots to a plain piece of card or paper
Just a note to say…
This is one of Gayles Digi Stamps (You can find it HERE). This is so easy to do but so effective. Get a great 3d look by decoupaging the flowers.
Notice that the flowers are only coloured in around the edges of the petals.
I love the crispness of white on white at Christmas. Sometimes simple is the most effective.
Hope you like them. I will share some more later in the week including the little cards that Gayle demonstrated at the last Crop. Watch this space.