Friday, 13 October 2017

Summer by the Sea



I have coloured these gorgeous Stampin' Up stamps to use for cards later, and finished one card the other day for my Mum. This was finished using Real Red cardstock and a frame leftover from a die-cut rectangle in the Watercolour Christmas project kit.
Hope you enjoyed this, and thank you for looking!

Friday, 22 September 2017

Loads of love

Our two grandsons have moved , so we no longer have daily visits - very difficult to adjust to after they have been a major part of our lives for over 11 years! Hence the cards to send them in snail mail! The first is obviously soon after moving. This is a great set for colouring!
The second card is sent a couple of weeks later, and full of hearts for obvious reasons!

Monday, 3 October 2016

Halloween swaps

This was not an easy swap for me - I have never celebrated Halloween, and didn't have any suitable images in my stash! So I found this sentiment in Wacky wishes stamp set, and some spooky colours. Quite quick and easy!

Artful Stamper's swaps

August swap was a male card, suitable for Father's day. 
Male cards are not always easy for me, but I went for my favourite stamp set and neutral colours. It is the Wetlands stamp set - love the "sketchy" feel of these images, and beaches are my relaxing space, so this is an image that resonates in all ways.
Managed a couple of colour-ways. I usually leave sentiments until I've decided a recipient.

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Another build a card.

I love these "build a card" - helpful inspiration when you need it (or even if you don't). This was perfect for a dear friend having a special birthday!

Friday, 25 March 2016

"Build a card" completed

Finally have time to upload the completed cards - 6 in total, all following the same instructions, with the same stamped image, and the same colour-way. All different.


I had so much fun doing this, and Alisa is starting another Build a card now, so I might have more to post in a few days.

Monday, 21 March 2016

Build a card

I have been participating in Alisa's Build a card project for the past few days. The idea is to follow posted instructions daily until the card is completed. So far, we have
1) stamped and cut out an image in particular colours (pink, green and yellow)
2) selected a card base and first panel (from the same colors) Note that the stamped flower is not attached.
3) add another panel with with 2 banners - one from the same as base card stock.
As I find it easier to work in multiples, I stamped and cut out 5 more images, so here are the other 5 card bases so far. More to follow later in the week, time permitting.