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…