Sunday, 31 August 2008
Saturday, 30 August 2008
Friday, 29 August 2008
Wednesday, 27 August 2008
Ii have taken control of my very first ATC swap on Sharon Duncans Forum and here are the ATC's for this bi-monthly swap. The theme was Balloons and I think you will agree that there are a beautiful selection of ATC's. I shall probably sort them this afternoon in front of the telly and send them out over the next couple of days.
I am now passing this onto 5 others so here goes
Denise - Sparkle
Tuesday, 26 August 2008
Sunday, 24 August 2008
What a lovely way to spend a Saturday evening LOL. I was sat on my bed flicking between Big Brother and the craft show on Ideal World and making my bonboniere's at the same time. So here they all are in their entirety. Just have to box them for transportation now. Thank goodness I am not doing this again LOL.
I found this You Tube video whilst looking for a project to make an ATC wallet. I used 120GSM Tesco Finest Inkjet paper to make mine and printed it on both sides with contrasting designs and it seems to be okay.
I thought I would share the video with you too. (You have to scroll on about 5 mins to get to the actual demo)
Saturday, 23 August 2008
I recently bought an unmounted stamp set from Create & Craft while they had their Craftathon. The whole set cost me £4.50 as it was in their sale bin. Here a couple of A6 cards I have made from the set. I used Whispers Markers to colour the images, Pretty colour ink pad cube for the wording and the Winter Snow backing paper from Artylicious Seasons Greetings 2 CD. The inserts have also been made to match
Thursday, 21 August 2008
Tuesday, 19 August 2008
............... before I chuck this Xmas card in the bin LOL. The stamp is from the same place I got the little hedgehog from and I still can't remember the name of the company (sorry) and I simply used Sakura glaze pens for his hat and feet and the Sakura glitter pen for the hat pom-pom and rim. The backing paper is from Crafters Companion Festive Ltd Edition CD and I used the built in colouriser to remove the colour.