Friday, 31 December 2010
Thursday, 30 December 2010
If you really love this stamp you can get the stamp here.
The gingham ribbon here.
As I chose the colours that are in the Colour Create challenge 61 - Pink, red and white it is entered in that today.
Wednesday, 29 December 2010
I've entered this in the Craft Your Passion Challenge 38.
City Crafter challenge blog. Stamp it out.
Little Red wagon, Leftovers
Tuesday, 28 December 2010
If you want to make something similar with this fabulous stamp from I Brake for Stamps then you can get the stamp sheet here. It is only £11 for a sheet of 9 stamps of varying sizes.
The willow stitched ribbon is here.
The thank you stamp is here.
The image is stamped in Stazon and coloured with Art and Graphic pens from Kuretake available here.
This card is entered in the
Papertake Weekly challenge Be Thankful
Phindy's Place Challenge, Give Thanks
Monday, 27 December 2010
I also saw a fab challenge on Mojo Monday challenge blog that I used as my layout for the i card so without further ado her is the card. If you want the saying as a free download then click here.
Thursday, 23 December 2010
Stamp can be bought here.
I Brake for Stamps sentiment here
This is entered in the Crafty Creations 'Angel 'challenge.
the AiFactory challenge.
Tuesday, 21 December 2010
There is also a sketch and an invitation to
'Frame it' on the Truly Scrumptious blog so I'll enter that as well. Just to make things even better I'll also enter it for the
Think Ink challege 34 on Artful Inkables. I think that I'm too late for the entry to count but it's the thought that counts.
Next there's the Crafts and Me challenge for anything goes.
Top Tip Tuesday is for embellishing and I think that this card fits that bill too.
Flowers from a selection that can be seen here.
16 mm satin ribbon from here. The colour is rosy mauve.
The stamp is from a set of children's ATC's avilable here
Monday, 20 December 2010
To make this card you will need:
Large ivory curly roses., which can be bought here.
Tan brown rose leaves from here.
Stampinback floral silhouette available here.
Hope that you like it as much as hubby!
I used the sketch from Sketch and Stash catalogue as the layout. You can see it below. The challenge is to use any of the sketches from the last year and this is my choice.
I've decided that the best thing to do is to enter as many challenges as I can. So I'm starting with the Stamp with Fun Challenge by Tina.
Cute Card Thursday for 'One for the Kids'
Stamp Fairy challenge. Rather appropriate for a Craft Fairy don't you think?
Digital Tuesday challenge, Let's Celebrate.
I've used the Party Fairy stamp from Craft Fairy natch, and you can get it here.
She is also available as a digital image here. At only £1.50 she is a snip and no postal costs, no waiting, and no worries that the delivery is not going to get to you as the snow has stopped play.
I used some of the craft Fairy flowers, which are here.
I coloured her in with Art and Graphic pens from Kuretake, available here
The ribbon that I used is the rosy mauve 16mm double faced satin availabe here
I hope that you like it as much as I do.
Sunday, 19 December 2010
To make the card you will need:
Big Daddy stamp from I Brake for Stamps. This can be bought here at Craft Fairy.
Art and Graphic pens to colour up the stamp.
A selection of papers to layer up the card
Foam pads to stick on the layers
Grosgrain ribbon which is available form Craft Fairy
Eazi-score board for making the perfect crease on your card.
I'm entering this card in the Sketch Saturday challenge. So wish me luck.
Friday, 17 December 2010
Happily this fits in perfectly with the theme on Allsorts challenge blog which this week is, Free and Easy. To see the challenge pop on over.
To make this card, use a 14cm x 14cm base card.
1 sheet of patterned paper 13cm x 13cm
1 piece of pink satin edged chiffon 9cm
A selection of flowers from Craft Fairy flowers section.
Tan brown leaves
Free sentiment from the freebies section on Craft Fairy
See the tutorial on corsages for a 'how to' on the rose corsage.
One important point.
The card was scored and creased using the Eazi-score board from Diamond craft.
if you want to see how to use it then click here to be taken to a set of video tutorials.
Sunday, 5 December 2010
What you will need:
1 base card, 140mm x 140mm
Gardening Fairy Unmounted rubber stamp
Zig Kuretake tut pens in colours: 207 (for skin) 50 for stems and a variety for the fairy,
Baby pink and pure pink Kuretake calligraphy blending pens
6 mm green gingham ribbon
This card is easy peasy to make.
Draw the flowers (see the 'Quick and Easy guide to drawing flowers with pens)
Put a strip of double sided sticky tape across the base of the card and stick the ribbon on to the card. Add a bow to the ribbon.
Stamp and colour the fairy, cut it out and use some foam pads to stick it to the card.
Add your desired sentiment and doodle around the edge of the card.