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ALL CRAFTERS ARE WELCOME
27 May 2012
23 May 2012
I used one of those, to make this card. Embossing the layer behind and adding swirls (Marianne Dies) for some delicate embellishments.
Finished off with a delicate glitter bow.
I used one of my Glitter Girls embossing boards to make the layer, the christmas door shape. Works well with the shape of the design.
18 May 2012
I used a die cut oval frame, which is very pretty and just the right size for a small card.
The topper is from a Making Cards Mag, fun, and funky silouhette design
I went for a delicate paper on this one.
This card I used a rub on fairy design, rubbing it onto the matt silver frame I had cut.
I coloured the punched butterfly with cosmic paints, doesnt show well on the picture, but it does have a lovely sheen in the light
I went a bit more funky with the paper on this one, so this card is a bit more bold
Small cards, but fun :D
16 May 2012
I spent a few weeks making the designs into 3D that I would use, this is the first time Ive used this image.
I love the forest animals, that border the girl. They are so sweet.
I did add glitter to the flowers in the girls hair, but it doesn't show in photo.
Josephine Wall's artwork seems to be quite fantastical. You get images within images. So the more you look the more you find :D
15 May 2012
12 May 2012
I went for a more traditional colour theme for this card.
I used the art deco lady topper from the Making Cards Mag.
The layer is cut out with a xcut frame and embossed.
I also used a swirl die (Marriane) and Poinsettia die (Marianne). I liked the affect of using this swirl die with the Poinsettia die. I cut the swirl out with patterned card and the poinsettia with glitter card.
The gem made for a nice centre piece.
Again glitter was added to the design, do wish it would show up better.
11 May 2012
I did add a bit of glitter to the art deco lady, but as usual it's not really showing.
I used my snowflake cuttlebug die and my holly vine memory box die.
I liked the silver affect for the holly vine, and embossed the embellishment too. I added gems to the snowflakes.
I do like art deco theme, and hope to make more for festive cards this year.
10 May 2012
I like the filigree pattern in the tree, and though it's not shown, I have added glitter to that delicate design
I used my Holly Vine die (Memory Box) and Poinsettia Die (Marianne) to make the embellishments.
This was a different way of using the Holly Vine, cutting it in half and laying it behind the Poinsettia. I really like this affect :D
Cool blues and silver for this card. Maked me shiver when I made it, felt so crisp - LOL
9 May 2012
The topper is a Faye Whittaker design, from a Craft CD
Much more festive this one, do like the little dog waiting for the kids to post their letters.
The embossed layer, was one that a friend sent me, and I like the affect of seeing part of it peeping behind the topper
I used a purchased tree topper for the embellishment, love the gems that came on it.
Lovely cool blue colours, I do like to use other colours for festive cards and I find blue has a nice crisp look.
8 May 2012
With the recent cold spell it's been easy to be in the mood for making xmas cards.
I used a Faye Whittaker design for the topper, from the Craft CD I got from Joanna Sheen.
Such a deliate design, more winter than festive, but works well for a festive card
I purchased the glitter baubles and made the bow to go with those.
The paper is from my festive paper collection, which I thought was quite striking.
Simple, but hopefully affective :D
7 May 2012
5 May 2012
I can't help but wonder were is our summer!
So to cheer myself up, I made this very summery card.
I got in the mood to use the detailed Cheery Lynn frame.
I matched the tag, paper with the gold in a lovely floral rub on (which is also very glitterly)
Turned out to be a nice cheery, warm looking card.
3 May 2012
I wanted to try and do a bit of embossing on this card.
Do I used one fo my embossing folders on pink card to cover most of the base, leaving a find white border.
I then used Marianne dies to make the flowers and flourish. I cut the flowers out of patterned vellum.
I do like the delicate affect of the patterns in all of the elements on this card, they match quite well
1 May 2012
I used vintage rose paper for a base. The Flourish frame is cut out with pink glitter card.
I used a flourish die cut shape and added a couple of paper flower toppers and heart gems.
The roses are a glittered, embossed sticker.
Turned out to be quite a delicate card
I made this card for the Flower Power Challenge on Joanna Sheen's Blog
I've used a bit of this nostalgic artwork since getting this CD in January. It's such nice arwork.
I used a die border and embossed the card for the border section, and quite like that affect.
I like the affect of border patterns, though not always sure if I apply them to my cards very well