Here is a card for this challenge, it has taken me ages to decide what to put as the embelishments here, I finaly decided on images printed and recolored using copics (my printer was having a funny five minutes!)
Well what a numpty I am, I was going to enter this for a challenge, however the challenge ended yesterday! Never mind, I will post it for all to see instead 🙂
OK Thanks to Clare over here, I now have a challenge for my milk carton 🙂 Head over there and have a look at some of the other really cool projects.
Well here we go, I am on a roll now lol. Here is my first go at an easel card for this challenge
Papermania Sweet Nothings cupcake paper
Magazine freebie paper
Whiff of Joy Henry the Mouse Stamp
Anita’s 3D clear gloss
Various Woodware paper punches
Here is a second picture so you can see the “easel” fold.
Well here goes, this is my first card done specifically for a challenge. Its the Mojo Monday Sketch challenge here I had fun with this although it didn’t turn out quite like I had first planned, but then I guess that is what “interpretation” is all about right?
Here is a bunch of cards that will be winging their way to Dustin Pike in Utah for the Festival of Tees. Dustin is giving away blog candy of some really cool digital images just for taking part, here are the details. I think this is a great idea, not only do I get to give stuff to a good cause, I get a thanks for doing it too 🙂
Here is a card I made today using an image from the internet, inspired by my pal Gina’s card for a little boy, I wanted to see if the image would work as well for a wee girl.
I think you will agree it did!
I made the flowers using woodware punches, Pretty Color Brown ink and Kanban self adhesive pearls. The backing paper is inked with the same ink and punched with a Fiskars border punch (I think it is called Lace, but dont quote me on that lol)
Welcome to my very first blog, a place for me to show some of my cards and scrapbook layouts.