Saturday, 26 October 2013

Very Merry Tag

 
 
 
Hello Crafters
 
Another card from the Stamp A Stack set of cards.
 
Saw this style out in blog land and made a few alterations, I really do not buy patterned paper, that strictly isn't true, I do buy patterned paper but don't use it, I just buy it and look at it :-)
 
So I decided to stamp En Francais in Veramark and using clear powder to emboss it, but it seems to have come out a chocolate brown colour, so don't know what I did there!  I think it suits the card.
 
I just love the bauble from the Very Merry Tag stamp set, or should I say a Mosiac that can be used with the Mosiac Madness set.  And it has a punch so again no cutting out.  I just LOVE Stampin Up, they really do take the hard work out of crafting.
Thank you for looking at my blog :-)

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Petals A Plenty

 
 
Hello Crafters
 
Fourth and final Stamp A Stack card.
 
Just could not resist this card when I found it in blogland, so easy to make and so effective.
 
Sorry if you think I have photographed two different cards (with the bows being on different sides) it is actually the same card, I just photographed it from a different angle (don't ask, as I don't know why) must be in the blonde in me :-)
 
Thank you for looking at my blog :-)
 


Sunday, 20 October 2013

Festive Flurry Part 2


 
 
 
 
 
Hello Crafters
 
Here is another of the cards using Festive Flurry and the blur/silver/grey theme, but with a little sparkle on this one.
 
I used the Festive Flurry Framelit dies to cut out the snowflakes, makes live so much easier. 
Thank you for looking at my blog :-)

Monday, 14 October 2013

Festive Flurry


 
 
 
 
Hello Crafters
 
Sorry I haven't been posting much, but work and life in general has been very busy.
 
In fact one of the reason's I have been busy is that  I have a Christmas Stamp A Stack on the 26 Oct 13 and have been making Christmas Cards.
 
Festive Flurry is the stamp set that caught my eye, it also has Framelit dies, so no cutting out.
 
One of the designs they will be making at CSAS is the one above.  For some reason blues, greys and silver seem to be the popular colours, and of course the odd pearl or sparkle here and there.
 
This is one of the simpler cards they will be making on the day.
 
Thank you for looking at my blog :-)