Monday, 27 February 2012

Strolling through Paris
I love this card, reminds me of Paris.  The background was created by putting little blobs of wet glue all over background white card and used a cocktail stick to make the glue into little circles.  Then I used mustard seed spiced marmalade and antique linen distressing to get the desired effect,  I just added a few embellishments and I was happy enought with the finished card.  Would like a few comments.

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

A lady asked me to so a 21st for her daughter and she loed shopping and gossip.  Think my chatterbox card suits her, the lady was delighted.  I got the card fold at one of Yvonnes workshop.  Night

Tuesday, 21 February 2012

This is the card I made for my friends birthday.  Got the idea from one of Yvonnes workshops and just adapted it to suit the Birthday.  Again I cut out an appeture on my bigshot pro and used ery narrow white ribbon for the criss cross.  the flowers are from wildorchid. Hope you like it and leave a comment.

Sunday, 19 February 2012

Floaty and frothy is a wedding card 

cream linen cardstock and pearlesent paper which I embossed .  Making flowers is a passion of mine and I create most of my own flower embelishments.

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Through the Window

I got insperation for my through the window card while sitting at traffic lights looking at guess what a window.
I used linen cardstock cut an appeture on my bigshot pro Added some black net amd the dress os cut from pattern paper.  added the few bits and bobs and this is what I got.  My class were pleased. 

christmas in Ducketts Grove

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The Feckin Teapot Again !

this is what the teapot looks like wit its lid opened. you must be sick of this teapot
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Tommys Melodageon

I'm back again this time with a card I did for my uncles 80th birthday. He playes the accordion and wanted to give him something special. I had a lot of help from betty C. He loved the card. click on the card to get s good look.
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Monday, 13 February 2012

Welcome to the new blog.

My teapot Card. this has to be one of my favourite cards ever.  I made it for the Tullow show,  I got first place in its class.  I used my big shot pro to cut out the scalloped circle.  I used cream linen cardstock.  I got the stencil for the teapot from a mag and adapted to suit.  Added little bits and  pieces of lace and a few flowers and I think it worked out very well.