Thursday, 20 July 2017

Hark the herald Angels sing!



I simply adore vintage style and this stamp from Reprint, available at Swedish House Crafts is really so sweet and screams Christmas. I decided to stampt the image using versafine onto calico fabric and seal using colourcraft pearl powder clear binder with a sprinkling of glitter.( using clear binder makes this ideal for use on home d├ęcor such as cushions, hangings or even bags).
Materials also used include;- pearls, lace, papers from Maja design, die cuts, cheesecloth, lasercut chipboard and stickles. Sentiment from Pc. Flowers , Bark stars from stash.


Would love to enter into the following challenges..


craftygalscornerchallenges.blogspot.co.uk/ theme # 132 Christmas in July.

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Birdsong!

My inspiration for this card came from sitting outside watching the birds and butterflies enjoying a bath. Time spent relaxing is a treasure we all can enjoy and it cost nothing.

Materials used :- Papers Maja design Sofiero collection, Justrite sentiment from Birthday floral stamp set, lace, pearls, wooden bird, clock  from stash and cut outs from lemoncraft cut out sheet vintage .

Entering into the Inkychicks Challenge no #86 use sentiment instead of a Image.

Saturday, 15 July 2017

My knight in shining Armour!


Sir Edwin, my Knight in Shining Armour!.
Copics to colour, Paper by Graphic 45 Enchanted Forest, fussy cut for flag border.
Die cut castle to match bottom border, castle walls.
metal Corner from Stash.

Masculine card suitable for all ages.
entering into Craftygals challenge
131 Do it for the Dudes!.

Friday, 14 July 2017

Christmas already!

Well it certainly is Christmas in July for me as I am busy making tags but with leftovers from last years stash in readiness for the new collections.
Materials used, Maja design papers, Structure paste, cheesecloth, flowers & berries, Twine, bells and Die cuts. Image is cute Tilda with Violin.
copics for colouring .




 Entering this into the Anything goes challenge over at Midweek Magnolia's Challenge.


Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Christmas Tilda Tag



Scrap busting tag using Tilda with Vintage Roses, cheesecloth, kraft card and papers from Pion/maja design 20116. Stickles glitter Mercury Glass. The flowers awere made using Blomma flower from SHC, http://www.swedishhousecrafts.co.uk/ourshop/prod_5442058-Reprint-Magnolia-Flower-Stamp.html.
lasercut chipboard broken pieces holly and sentiment from stash.
would like to enter in the  current challenge over at http://mytimetocraftchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/2017/07/challenge-349-christmas-in-july.html

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

We all love a bargain! right! well read on for more info...

http://www.swedishhousecrafts.co.uk/

This super cute shop has rekindled my love for online services, why? because the service here is second to none and bargains are to be bagged. SHC gives the buyer more purchasing power because she truly cares about our pockets.
The stores contains a new brand unknown to me Gummipan , but the dies are are of fab quality and a little different, a good thing from the norm right. who is not sick of seeing Tattered lace and her over hyped prices!
Go on take a look, you sure wont be disappointed with whats on offer...and I love a bargain more than anyone  being on such a tight budget.
Now while the sun out I'm off for a bit of pm relaxing by the pond.

Back to Loving Tilda....

With all these super cute Tilda's on the market it is becoming increasingly difficult not to resist the odd purchase or two. this tilde reminds me of a dear friend who is constantly taking selfies and hence appropriate for her birthday card. Butterfly border, fence and camera all from china, cheapie dies but fab, flowers , cheesecloth, pearls from stash. Copics used for colouring. Frantage shabby pink and sculpture paste for dimension although not showing up on pic very well.
Papers are from Pion and crafters companion .

Hark the herald Angels sing!

I simply adore vintage style and this stamp from Reprint, available at Swedish House Crafts  is really so sweet and screams Christmas. I...