Wednesday, 25 March 2009
I made this card using a cut file from MagicWanda, here is her blog - she has some wonderful designs http://myscraphappyplace.blogspot.com/ When you visit don't forget to leave her a message! I adapted the file for the egg shape and added the chick image that a friend sent me.
I tried to make the chick 'hang off' the ribbon.
Here is another card using the cut file from MagicWanda, details of her blog are posted on the chick card. My dear friend Enfys sent me some stamped images of Tilda and I finally plucked up the courage to use them. She has started me collecting Tilda stamps and I did buy 3 at the craft show in Olympia at the weekend. One day, and with a lot more practice, I hope to be able to colour the images as good as Enfys.
This card is using the same cut file as above but I used different colours on Tilda's clothes. I did buy 3 new stamps but forgot to get this one - next time,lol - and now I need to get some of the other stamps in the Magnolia range. Don't forget to visit MagicWanda's blog http://myscraphappyplace.blogspot.com/ and while you are blog hopping
visit Enfys blog at http://going-buggy.blogspot.com/ You will love both blogs.
I made this card for my nephew. The cut file was from Capadia, but I needed an extra step and it was quite easy to add another. So a big thanks to Capadia for sharing her file. The sentiment is not clear but says 'Hope you have a TOADALLY wonderful day'.
Monday, 16 March 2009
This was my take on the Red, White and Blue challenge on the UK crafters thread on the Cricut message board. The rose is a die cut that I recoloured and added stickles to the edges of the petals. Inside the card is a photograph in a frame.
Sunday, 15 March 2009
You can get the cut file here :- http://www.mediafire.com/?52rymmeyxj2
Thursday, 5 March 2009
Wednesday, 4 March 2009
Here is a card I made for my nephew's recent birthday. The glasses were cut out of (*acrylic*)sorry I meant acetate using the Cricut and SCAL, then coloured with alcohol inks - I think I used Rust. To make the froth I used Liquid Applique which my dear friend Elaine sent me from America. Heating the liquid with my heat gun to made it frothy. This would be a great technique for sheep. The wording was computer generated. Hope you like it, cheers.