Saturday, 7 March 2015
This über cute tooth fairy pillow is only 10cm wide. Just the right size for slipping under the child's pillow on the bed.
The pocket is formed by laying a piece of pink felt over the white base. Remember to sew the sides closed but to leave the top open. Sew the pompom trim to the pink felt before sewing the sides of the pillow.
It is made from:
Baby Pink 30% Wool Craft Felt
White Felt 30% Wool Blend
Shocking Pink Pom Pom Trim, 25mm
Black Swiss Dot Ribbon Bows Centre Stitch
I also used a pink thread for the blanket stitch and sewing on the bow.
The pillow is stuffed with white pillow filling.
Felt is currently unavailable on Craft Fairy so please contact me for a supply.
Sunday, 23 November 2014
You can make this bag in an hour, it's that simple.
First, get your hands on a bag from Craft Fairy. Click this link to get one super quickly.
Tuesday, 23 September 2014
Friday, 14 February 2014
So let's start with Tina Cox who is already well known for her parchment craft designs. Many of you have no doubt seen her on Create and Craft. Well she has used Craft Fairy ribbons for years. Now we're just making it official.
Let's start with one of Tina's cards that combines parchment and ribbon.
The ribbons and lace are availabe from http://www.craftfairy.co.uk
You can get Tina's designs her on her web page. http://www.tinacox.co.uk
Sunday, 24 November 2013
Ermin Grosgrain Ribbon, 3m x 9mm
Sunday, 11 March 2012
Thursday, 27 October 2011
Wednesday, 5 January 2011
CHALLENGE 93 - RECIPE!
I used the sketch from Sunday Sketch and Stamp, Claire's Sketch 44, for the layout as this inspired me to set everything out well.
If you want to make sometning similar then you will be able to get the stamp here,
the flowers here, the ribbon here.
Saturday, 1 January 2011
You can get this wonderful stamp here.
The ribbon here
I've entered this in the Secret Crafter's Challenge 115, Buttons and Bows.
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.
Monday, 20 December 2010
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.
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.
Friday, 26 November 2010
- For all of you knitting mad people out there this card is just perfect.
- She's made with Knitting Hats Hazel, a stamp from the wonderful I Brake for Stamps and she is available from Craft Fairy.
- She is coloured in with Art and Graphic pens from Kuretake and
- the ribbon is 16mm double faced satin from Craft Fairy
- The saying is also from I brake for stamps.
- If you make something with this stamp then please let me know.
Monday, 18 January 2010
Tuesday, 12 January 2010
The beautiful hot pink gingham ribbon is just in and just £1.50 for 3 metres.
Tuesday, 3 November 2009
Give ma a little time and i'll give you the instructions too.
Tuesday, 14 July 2009
1 base card 14cm x 14cm when folded.
I stamp from the Glamour Girls sheet
Pin up stamp from the same sheet as the glamour girls.
Stazon Ink pad in Stone Grey
9mm pink ribbon ribbon with white spots
Pink button 3d foam pads
Double sided tape.
Tuesday, 30 June 2009
To make this card, you will need to use:
Vintage Lady 5, Unmouted rubber stamp from Stampinback
Sheer wine ribbon in 16mm width.
Art and Graphic pens from Kuretake to colour th eimage.