Friday, 27 February 2009
Saturday, 21 February 2009
and she has some great candy up for grabs including the Stewart Lace Doily punch. I so want this punch! Click the title of this post to take you straight to the blog.
Saturday, 14 February 2009
When I saw this book in a magazine and decided to make one using DS and the Cricut E. The card stock I used was 260gsm which was covered with a flowery paper, but I cannot remember the maker. Some of the embellishments are K & Company and the flowers on the front are from a bag of mixed handmade paper flowers that I have had for so long. The butterfly is from a girls hair decoration, I use these a lot as they are cheap to buy.
There are 4 pages and on each a photo of my friend's children when they were younger. The embellishments on each page were cut on the E using various carts. The holes were punched with the Crop-0-Dile and the rings are the kind you hang keys on. This book was for my friend's daughters birthday.
I hope you like it.
If you would like the cut file here is the link, and I would appreciate you leaving a message on my blog.
Here is the cut file if you have SCAL.
Thursday, 12 February 2009
On Monday I met up with Enfys. We had a lovely time chatting away and found we had so much in common. It was very interesting to hear about what is involved with her card designs for Papercraft Inspirations, there is a lot more to it than just sending a card for publishing. Look out for the next issue as she promises something special. We both agreed that it would be lovely to live nearer each other so we could craft together but we are going to stay in touch and hopefully meet up again next time she come 'down South'. Thanks for a lovely day, Enfys.
Sunday, 8 February 2009
It's the first time I have made an 8 x 8 album and only my second baby album, it is also the first page that I have finished for the album. I have used the tree from the SU Snow Swirled stamps that I bought from Gina, aka GRKIDDO, and a dear friend, who is an SU demonstrator in the USA. First I stamped it on vellum with Stazon Cotton White ink, then added gold pen to the dots.
Monday, 2 February 2009
Thanks for looking.