Monday, October 25, 2010

Ho Ho Ho, Another Christmas Card.

This time I have incorporated two of my favourite designers. Kaisercraft, from their 'Tis the Season 6" Paper Pad and a Graphic 45 image from their Christmas Past Deluxe Collection.

And here is another of those Prima flowers I have rediscovered.

This time I added glitter to the petals and I also glittered the snow line on the image and mounted it with foam tape.

 And one more close up, just because!

You can see in this one that I have inked the edges of the Kaisercraft paper flowers.

I'm entering it in the 2 Sisters Challenge - Anything Goes.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Check Out This Great Doily Flower Tutorial.

Tracy over at Just the 4 of Us! has made a great little Box Flower how-to video using paper doilies.

Head on over here to have a look.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Free As A Bird And A Couple Of Others.

Wouldn't this make a great card for someone who is retiring . I found it in my stash of cards, along with a couple of others I've never posted. For this one and the next one I've used Kaisercraft Loire Valley papers and a little bit of bling.

The next one is one of the very first cards I ever made, using an Anna Griffin paper and a Prima flower, I think.

One of my favourite, simple cards.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Quick! Have A Look At This!!

If you head on over to Me and the Little Rascals you just might win this awesome blog candy!

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Forgotten Papers.

Hi Everyone.

When I was looking for some paper to make the card for my Mum's birthday that I almost, yes only almost, forgot. (Remember? This one here). I came across a little stash of forgotten Kaisercraft papers. I've left them on my desk so they don't get forgotten again. Amongst them were these papers from their Blushed collection and this afternoon I whipped up a couple of quick cards.

A closeup of the lollypop flower. I'm sure that everyone knows how to make these but if you don't there's a little tutorial over at Scrap A Little.

And another one using the reverse of the papers above.

Have a great weekend, or whatever's left of it. :)