The final Uniquely Creative Outback Divine cards…

Here are the last five cards i made with Uniquely Creative Outback Divine paper collection and matching creative cuts. Most of the cards have no extra bits, just the paper and some fussy cutting. The Dingo card ( my sons birthday card) has a windmill die cut, and a couple of the cards have sprinkles of gold pearls, but that’s it. I’m sad I have finished working with this paper for now, I do have a little bit left but have put it away to work on something completely different for a while. The weather has cooled down, we are definitely enjoying autumn now, although it is still warm enough that we enjoyed a beach picnic for tea last night. For now though, its time for me to go cook tonights tea, so til next time….stay safe….

Uniquely Creative Outback Divine part 2…

Hello! I hope you have all had a safe and Happy Easter with some time to yourselves to do what you love. My Husband and I went away for Easter to visit family, and had a terrific, relaxing time. It was our 40th wedding anniversary too, so lots of celebrating!On we go to this weeks cards. They are all made with Uniquely Creative products from the recently released Outback Divine collection. The third card is one I made for my mum and dads 65th weddiing anniversary which was a few days before our 40th. I do love the Australian flora and fauna in this range. Life is back to busy again, but i am going to make more of an effort to spend some time creating. it’s good for my health! Til next time, stay safe….

Uniquely Creative Outback Divine..

I have been making a series of Australiana cards with this gorgeous paper collection from Uniquely Creative. As well as lots of fussy cutting potential within the papers, there are two different packs of matching creative cuts ( die cut pieces not requiring fussy cutting) . One of these packs have all vellum pieces which really pop off the page, and I have used one of these on the last card. All of these cards have been earmarked for family birthdays, I just love the Australian flora and fauna. Now, I’m not sure if I will be here next week as its Easter and we are planning a short break, so I will wish you all a safe and happy Easter now, and see you all when I return! Til next time, stay safe…

Kaisercraft Flower Shoppe..

This week I have some cards I made with Kaisercraft Flower Shoppe paper collection. I purchased the 6″ pad, matching collectables, and a couple of the 12 x 12 sheets for the fussy cutting potential. I haven’t added anything else except one ribbon bow, and some bling.I have managed to have a couple of crafting days today, so i am feeling a lot less stressed! its amazing what a little crafty time does…til next time, stay safe….

Country Roads final 5…

This week are the final 5 cards I have made with Country Roads paper collection by Uniquely creative. There is a real mix here which just shows how versatile this collection is. I have used about half the pack making this series of cards ( shown over the last three weeks) and I have put the other half away to revisit at a later date when I need more male cards. I havent used much extra bits on these ones, just the matching Creative cuts, a little chipboard, and a couple of windmill die cuts from the Uniquely creative windmill die. I am ready to move on to something frilly and flowery now! Til next time, stay safe,,,

Country Roads part 2…

A few more card that i made with uniquely creative Country Roads paper collection and matching creative cuts. I have added various crafty things for texture…burlap, twine and corrogated cardstock, and a great windmill die ( also from Uniquely creative) til next week, stay safe….

Country Roads…

I know that was a strange Blog Post title , but that is the name of this months paper collection from Uniquely Creative, and next weeks cards might explain the title better! I made these cards with the collection because I had an order to fulfill for teenage boys cards . I added some hessian for texture, and a couple of chipboard pieces for the same reason. It’s been another slow crafting week here, with extreme hot weather which is not good for the stability of my glue, but there is a cooler week forecast for us this week and I am looking forward to that! Til next time, stay safe…

Uniquely Creative Serendipity part 2..

This week I have a few more cards to show you made with Uniquely Creative Serendipity collection. I have also used the matching Creative cuts, and added all sorts of things! Bling, ribbon. lace, string pearls, sequins, chipboard, doilies and I even did a little stamping and stenciling! I have a few new papers to create with and I am looking forward to finding some time to sit down and relax with them! Til next time, stay safe….

Uniquely creative Serendipity..

January’s paper collection from uniquely creative was a pretty floral collection, and I have managed to make a range of cards from birthday to weddings which will come in handy in my stash.I have also made some simple cards just using the papers, and others that have a few layers and added lace and bling.I have inked the edges on some cards, and left some cards uninked, so lots of versatility achieved too. I have had great fun! It’s been good to have my hobby to fall back on to distract my mind from having my mum andf husband both in hospital at the same time ( both home now and recovering thank goodness) and my dad who is having a surgical procedure next Monday. It’s been doctors visits and hospital visits for the last three weeks, and glad everybody seems to be on the improve. Meanwhile I will keep crafting ! Til next time, stay safe…

A break from Dinosaurs!

Five cards today, all made with one collection..Uniquely Creative Ocean Breeze. This was a great collection because I could make quite a few cards in different categories, and there was lots of fussy cutting potential!I really didn’t add very much to any of these cards, one ribbon bow and a tiny bit of bling. A lot going on here this week, My mum and Husband are both now out of hospital and on the mend, so i might be able to get back to the craft table this week. Til next time, stay safe….