Here are the last two cards I made in my kaisercraft butterfly kisses collection. I also used the collectables and chipboard pieces from the same collection. The sentiments are stampin up stamps, and the cardstock here is Bazil.I had big plans today to start moving my huge library of books into the large room vacated by my younger son when he moved into his own place,I have already claimed some of it for the craft room annex, but anyway,.. I got sidetracked. well, didn’t even get started because I had a card laid out ready to stick down, and then more ideas came and before I knew it most of the day had disappeared and I have a lovely pile of cards made with my new Prima forever green paper which nathan and I will photo this week so that I can start posting them!Til tomorrow….
Today we start a new group – cards I have made with Prima Fairy Rhymes paper. I bought the A4 pad, and I haven’t had enough time to really create with it so only a few cards just now but we will return to it one day as it’s great paper.This first card is so simple. I just covered a card base with one corner of the patterned paper, it didn’t need anything else except a seam binding bow, kindyglitz and a stamped greeting!Great girls card done! Til tomorrow….
here is the last of my A place in time series using Graphic 45 papers.Sonething new tomorrow. I matted the small images using bazil and kaisercard cardstock, and added a seam binding ribbbon binding bow. I have turned this one into a mothers day card, but on reflection it would make a lovely girls card – not sure what I was thinking there!The card base is Stampin Up baja breeze cardstock, which my sister tells me is being discontinued so I have stocked up on it as it is one of my favourite colours for card bases.Seems to match a lot of the papers I have in my craft room, and I am sorry to see it go.Looking forward to spending a couple of hours in the craft room tonight after a truly hectic week1 Til tomorrow….
Now onto bold and bright girl cards. the paper for the next few cards is My Minds Eye my Girl paper, full of gorgeous bright colours and shapes that cry out for you to get those scissors out! For this first card I cut strips, punched circles, fussy cut a little and edged everything with Stampin up ink – Melon Mambo, which is also the name of the cardstock used. hero Arts sentiment stamp, and my minds eye enamel dots for the centre of my punched circle flowers, and this one was finished! Today I have planned out my retirement village lesson, and am now ready to just create! til tomorrow….