Here are the last two cards I made with prima Sun Kiss paper and chipboard pieces before I officially retired this collection! the bottom card uses the rest of the Prima bling ( I used bits of it on previous cards)and I punched a butterfly out of gold card with my Tim Holtz butterfly punch.Today i went into Forget-me-not florist at Hollywood plaza ( my local shopping centre) to buy flowers for Mum and Dads wedding anniversary, got talking to lovely lady there, and she is going to stock my cards!! I am off now to prepare a box for her, I will start off with a small amount and see how they go. Til tomorrow….
Today a card using my favourite pastel colours – white, pale pink and pale lilac. The spellbinders dies used are Timeless rectangle, and I added some prima flowers, satin ribbon and lilac liquid pearls. The sentiment which i stamped in chocolate brown is from a stampin up set – wonderful mother.Next time I do this one – and there will be a next time – I am going to emboss the background mat.I have had a hugely productive day in the craft room today – making boys birthday cards. I picked up 5 sheets of Bo Bunny Surprise paper, and have so far made 10 cards with it – the ideas just keep flowing – got to love days like today! Til tomorrow….
This is the last card using Tea for two designer paper ( stampin Up) for just now, and here, I have used very vanilla, basic grey and pink pirouette cardstock, ( embossed the vanilla with Stampin Up lacy Brocade embossing folder) and a couple of dies – spellbinders D-lites medallion four, and stampin up Dress up framelits.The sentiment is from my stampin up vintage verses set, and I added lace, ribbon,liquid pearls and a prima flower to finish.Today I bought up a storm buying lots of new release papers, and tonight I am going to spend some time going through them all, and fussy cutting some of them ready to use. Its still hot here, and it’s not good weather for crafting as the glue dries before you get it where you want it to go! Til tomorrow….
I really enjoy making these cards in boxes, and I have done a You Tube video ( titled card in a box box) to show how I make these very simple boxes.For this one I used Prima Tea Thyme 6″pad, and matching flowers. I added some ribbon, lace and an organza bow to finish.The tags used are all found in the 6″pad.I have been amazingly creative this week, and have made close to 40 cards, which I now have to organise Nathan to photo , and I have been very naughty and not done the inserts, so tonight I will be going through them all inserting the verses!That is the most boring job… which explains why I haven’t done them yet! Til tomorrow….
Today I have revisited Graphic 45 Birdsong patterned paper,which I haven’t had enough time to play with but hopefully while I am on holidays next week I will be able to spend some more time with it! for this Mothers day card I matted everything with Stampin Up early Espresso cardstock, and used my new spellbinders die – Cherry blossom in the top corner. Just an organza bow and a little kindyglitz, and a simple card! Til tomorrow….
This is the second to last October Afternoon farm Girl card. I layered a couple of papers, fussy cut one of the flowers from another sheet, and added two of the seed packet images. I finished with seam binding, and a wheelbarrow stamped from my Stampin Up Countryside stamp set. quick post tonight as its shopping night, til tomorrow…..
happy new year to all my followers and visitors. Today is the day that wordpress sends out my statistics for the year past, and I want to thank all 55,879 visitors for stopping by over the past year.Everyone who is a regular visitor will know that my favourite paper is Graphic 45 and so for the next few posts you will be seeing what I did with 2 sheets of Graphic 45 A place in time – march cut outs. I bought 2 because I loved the back as much as the front, and by the time I was finished I had used every scrap of both sheets! Todays cards are Mothers day cards – early I know, but the images are perfect for Mothers Day I think!The cardstock is Stampin Up Perfect plum and garden green, and I also used a little ribbon,lace, pearls and a kaisercraft brad.Til tomorrow….
I had a lovely morning with my ladies over at paper flourish – I am not sure i should get paid to have so much fun! Todays card is continuing my Prima meadow lark series, and I have also used the matching chipboards. I used my Martha Stewart lace doily punch, and some lovely ribbon and liquid pearls to finish. The cardstock is stampin up Wisteria wonder. Now I have some ideas for mothers day cards with this paper so its off to the craft room while I have them fresh in my mind! Til tomorow…..