Sunday, 23 December 2007
Wow I have been so busy with getting ready for Christmas I havent been to my blog for awhile. Here is one of the iris fold Christmas cards I have made. I love this pattern that was made by Valita Reynolds. She is a very talented iris folder and has made so many wonderful patterns and shares them with her fellow card makers.
I am so behind in giving out my cards this year even though I had them made so early.
Thursday, 13 December 2007
Friday, 7 December 2007
This one is using Crazy for Christmas. It is cased out of the Stampin' Up! Idea book and Catalogue. I have used Cranberry Crisp, Handsome Hunter and Buckeroo Blue. Its a little crooked now that I look at it but you get the idea.....
I did this one with the set Good Things Grow. It is a very simple card that I cased. I have used Whisper white card and Glorious Green and Real Red ink.
This one is again Cranberry Crisp and Mellow Moss, Night of Navy and Very Vanilla. I love this set, Hung up on the Holidays. I also used Print Pattern background and Many Merry Messages
Another card Cased from the catty. Again Hung up on Holidays but this time the colours are Vintage Violet, Garden green, and Almost Amethyst.
I made this card using the Petal prints outline stamp for the branches and Mostly flowers to make the baubles using a circle template. Also used the set Wonderful words. Colours are Tempting Turquoise, Yoyo Yellow and Real Red.
Tuesday, 4 December 2007
The first card is one that I cased from the front cover of the Mini. I love the colours and I used the enchante designer paper. The colours are Pale Plum and Perfect Plum with Certainly Celery.
This is Lee-Anne's card that we did as well on Saturday, made using the lovely new set Easy Elegance. Backgrounds too. Paisley and By defenition. Colours are Buckaroo Blue and Black And Cranberry Crisp
I havent got a photo of Lee-Annes project yet but we made lovely nugget boxes with 4 nuggets in.
Friday, 30 November 2007
I thought is was about time I added another card to my blog. I have been busy this week preparing for tomorrows Mini catalogue launch. I also had my last stamp a stack on Tuesday evening and this was one of the cards we made.
It is made with Bravo Burgundy card stock and using gold ink. I love using the crimper as it add interest to an otherwise very simple card. I hope you like it.
Friday, 23 November 2007
Below is October done using Both Way Blossoms.
I have plenty of the CD calendar cases in stock and am selling them for $1 each so if you need some just let me know and also I am teaching the CD calendar class again this year so if you want to do this calendar as a workshop it will be $30 for the day.
Monday, 19 November 2007
Friday, 16 November 2007
I am a little behind with my blogging for the week so here are the Spring cards my ladies on Wednesday learnt this week. The templates are great to use for the embossing, pricking and embroidery as they have 4 different designs. These are 2 cards I had made previously. When I finish the medium card I started I will post it here for you as well.
Have a great weekend. Also if you have the time please talk to me.... as in leave a message.You dont need to join up just leave it as anonymous but add your name after the comment so I know who you are. I feel like I am all alone as a blogger without any comments......... thanks
Tuesday, 13 November 2007
Sunday, 11 November 2007
Saturday, 10 November 2007
Friday, 9 November 2007
I have recieved my pre order from the Summer mini catalogue so will be spending the next couple of weeks making up some cards to teach at my Catalogue launch on the 1st December. The new stamp sets are so nice.
I hope you all have a great weekend and I will try to post more often.
Im not very good at this blogging. I havent posted for over a week. I had a wonderful weekend away with Graham for our anniversary and then apart from a stamp a stack on Monday and craft at LBC on Thursday, I really havent done much. My good friend Sandra came to visit on Tuesday and we did some stamping ready for stamp club this week so I will show you that card next.
Wednesday, 31 October 2007
I was quite pleased with this card and now look forward to someone I know graduating so I can use it. The colours I have used are Confetti White, Brilliant Blue and Black.
Friday, 26 October 2007
I have been tired this week and apart from teaching card making havent actually made a card so I thought I would show you the card I made my mum for her 70th Birthday. It is a window card. Some people call them window shopping. I just used bought stickers to put in the window on this one. I have used a retired SU stampset for the verse inside. I have taught this card on my Wednesday class and also on Thursdays and everyone seems to like this one.
Wednesday, 24 October 2007
I also used the canvas background to kiss my solid flower stamp onto before stamping. The colours I have used are Real Red and Night of Navy on White.
Friday, 19 October 2007
Tuesday, 16 October 2007
Saturday, 13 October 2007
I had my Saturday stamp club today. The 2 techniques I taught were Poppin Pastels and Ghosting or versamark resist. The card we made was using the "A new little someone set". I cased this card from a friend of mine..( thanks Jennie) I had previously done it in Pink and Blue but today there were all colours done and I decided to do mine in Barely Banana. I think it looks good in all of the soft subtle colours. We used the Print pattern background and of course Stampin Pastels to colour the background and re-inkers to paint the bunny.
Friday, 12 October 2007
I went over to my friend Lee-Anne's today to have a play with my new Spellbinder Nestabilities die cutters. I used them with my Cuttlebug and they worked really well. I managed to figure out a good "sandwich". I also used my cuttlebug to emboss the mauve strip with the divine swirl folder.
Tuesday, 9 October 2007
If you havent gone there the address is http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/
I'm sure if you put in card tote in the search you will get to see many of these great little totes.
I have to warn you to allow lots of hours for browsing the site. I think I look at cards much more than I actually make them. Sometimes I have to ban myself from coming down to the office to look at the computer so I can get some card making done. I think we are all guilty of that at times. I do love to look at everyone elses lovely cards.
Anyway I had better get off the computer now as I have just got my spellbinders nestabilities dies and cant wait to try them out. When I do I will show you what I have created. If you are interested in purchasing any of these let me know as I bought extras for my friends. Just email me privately.
Stamp sets: Sassy Stems, Favourite Teddy Bear.
Card stock: Bravo Burgunday, Mellow Moss, Very Vanilla.
Inkpads: Bravo Burgundy, Mellow Moss, Basic Black.
Accessories: Cuttlebug script folder, Oval cutters, Sponge, Olive organdy ribbon, dimensionals
This is another of our WCMD projects. It is so easy to make with my Eaziscore board. I love the Both Way Blossoms Hostess set so used one of the flowers from that. I stamped all 4 flowers and looked at them and decided this one matched up with the designer paper I was using, the best.
Stamp sets: Both Way Blossoms, All year Cheer 1
Card stock: Certainly celery, Whisper White, Sarah DP.
Inks: Bashful Blue, Basic Black.
Accessories: Certainly Celery and Bashful Blue reinkers, Sponge, Aqua brush, Blue grosgrain ribbon.
Sunday, 7 October 2007
Stamp sets; Nice and Narrow, Scribble This, All Year Cheer 1
Card stock: Regal Rose, Whisper white.
Inkpad: Garden Green, Basic Black.
Accessories: Water Colour Wonder crayons in Rose Red, Regal Rose, Summer Sun and Garden Green, Aqua painter, scissors, Black journaller, sponge, dimensionals, horizontal slot punch and pink organdy ribbon.
I will add a few more cards later but as graham and the kids are home from fishing I had better go and do a few things.
Stamp sets: Beautiful life, Paisley, French script.
Inkpads: Always Artichoke, So Saffron, Marigold Morning, Elegant Eggplant
Card stock: So Saffron, Elegant Eggplant, Always Artichoke and Very Vanilla.
Accessories: Vintage brads, Brayer, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Stampin dimensionals, sponge.
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