Thursday, 21 May 2009

Clean and Simple 15


This weeks clean and simple challenge on splitcoasters was to make a card that will have only black, white, and any one choice in the Stampin' Up bold brights collection. I chose to use
Gable green from SU Bold Brights.
I cut the tree on the cricut and punched leaves with a heart punch and sprinkled with doodlebug glitter.

2 sketches 4 you bee happee



Here is my take on sketch 26 at the 2 sketches 4 you blog. Again a great sketch. I used a very and I mean very old bee stamp that I have had for ages collecting dust. This layered it has stickles for its wings and wire for it antennaes (sp?)

Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Tuesday, 12 May 2009

2nd Birthday


It is little Poppy's Birthday soon. Her mummy a good friend of mine asked me to make her a card. I used PP from Pink Petticoat, Heidi Swapp bling, flowers and charm from Hobby House. A craft shop which is close to where I live.

Tuesday, 5 May 2009

unconditional love


A quick card made from scraps which I made for two challenges. One on UKS and th eother splitcoast.

Monday, 4 May 2009

clean and simple


A card made for splitcoaster stamp Clean and Simple challenge 13. Lots of glitter. The card is a lovely yellow which doesn't show up from the photograph.

Look


Another card made using Pink Persimmon stamps (Little Red Wagon) then coloured with copics. This card was made after browsing splitcoasters forum. I love clean and simple cards and challenge 12 of the clean and simple challenge was to use a little bit of ribbon, hence the bow on th e bunch of flowers.

Saturday, 2 May 2009

inside out challenge



Andrea gave us ladies who are members on the pad a challenge to make a card and decorate not only the outside but the inside too (I think I am hooked now).I used some new stamps I got delivered this week from Pink Persimmon called Little Red Wagon. They remind me so much of the Janet & John books for those old enough to remember ! I also used th efabulous cosmo cricket papers. I coloured th eimages with copic pens. For the inside I used my new Martha Stewart ounch to decorate the edge, and last but not least dusted off my sewing machine and did some stitching.