Monday, 26 October 2009
Papermania Christmas Bauble wood mounted stamp:
Used green impress ink pad, just stamped on regular thick card. Cut the image into 3 sections layered them on dark green card stock. Then noticed forgot the merry christmas message at bottom of stamp, looked stupid cut into 3 so hid it with a layered seasons greetings message, finished off with some green ribbon that has a gold edge to it. Think worked well together, I like the end result.
Saturday, 17 October 2009
Friday, 9 October 2009
Katies Birthday card:
This is another card done with my paper selection I got from b&q yesterday, love this paper too but its really hard to photogragh. Stamp is from the inkadinkado clear set 1st time I've used it, bought the set for this card hope use it again, used pearlesent card stock in off white shade, went well with the papers. Ribbon from my xmas box I ordered 2 years ago from create and craft. Added skull charm.
Thursday, 8 October 2009
Tuesday, 6 October 2009
Talk about short notice, my mum calls me late last night can you make Brooke a card from us, had to try and have it done today, before she came home from school.
Used digi down load image, smirk papers and light pink card stock, the little butterfly beads were the last I had left in my box of jewellery making beads, they were useless for anything esle as only had the 2 left so added them to the ribbon which was scraps from my stash, hope they like end resuld.
Friday, 2 October 2009
Insert done on the computer as my hand writing is terrible, done the colour to match with the colours in the main card, adding peel offs to the corners to make it look bit nicer.
This is the reverse of the front, used my hole punch for the holes for the ribbon, the image is a penny black wood backed rubber stamp, coloured in with pearly paints, then put through the cuttlebug using one of the nestabilities dies.
Front of card was done using orange paper from my folder, edged with a peel off to hide the cut, I made the sentiment on the computer using medium weight card stock then mounted it on the scrap card stock. The image is the same as inside but coloured with water pencils, finished off with the ribbon tied either side.