Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Tipsy Tree




Hi all it's Papertake weekly challenge again and this week we have a
fab sketch to follow.


so pop over and have a go the prize is a $25 voucher from
Simon says stamps wow.

Here is another Christmas card for the collection.


I have used a Tipsy Tree stamp from woodware
and coloured it with copics.
I have made several layers and decoupaged the tree.
The Festive text background is a paper artsy stamp.
The snowflake corners are from Clarity Stamps.
I have used fired brick distress ink and
recycled ribbon from inside a jumper.

Just a quick one today thanks for looking
ta ta

Monday, 29 November 2010

Anyone for cake


Hi all wasn't it cold last night i have one of those weather
station thermometer thingy's in the garden and it got to -6
before i went to bed last night. Everything was well and truly
frozen when i got up it took me 10 Min's just to scrape the car windows.
Still no snow though, my son was praying for it yesterday but i think
that was more hope school is closed because he had a science
test today.

My card i have made is for a few challenges
LOTV - has a sketch to follow,
I love promarkers - Anything goes with a bit of sparkle if you want.


I have used one of the new LOTV stamps ordered a few when
they where released a week or so ago. I really wanted the new
circle sentiments you get lots of different one's for only £12.00
bargain. I got the Christmas and the Dreamy one's and i love them.
I love this girl with her cupcake stand, I'm going to do the same
for my birthday. My mum has bought me
a cake stand and I'm going to put lots of yummy cupcakes on it.
I have coloured her with promarkers
Pink carnation, Fuchsia, purple, orchid.
Cut the image with nesti die's.
Border punch from Martha Stewart.
Papers are from Papermanis Henbury hill and Artylicious
Seasons Greetings CD ROM.
Chrystal pin and ribbon.
Glitter glue on her hat shoes and cakes.

I am going to send this card to my niece for her birthday
she is one of the unlucky one's to have her birthday on christmas eve.
I know how she feels having a december birthday myself.
You have to wait all year to get what you want instead of half
a year if your a summer baby.
Never mind.
Thanks for stopping by today
ta ta


Sunday, 28 November 2010

Advent box



Hi all is it cold enough for you? fortunately here on the west coast of England
we haven't had any snow yet ( my kids are praying for it though).
I like the snow but only from the comfort of indoors.

Phew! it's taken me a week to make from scratch but here it is
finally my Advent Box



I saw this in the first issue of the Magnolia Ink magazine and thought
wow, so i got busy and decided to make it before Advent starts.




Although i have already bought the kids chocolate Advent calender's
but never mind I'll fill it full of hero's just for ME yum! yum!
well it is Christmas.




I'm going to enter it into Sirstampalot's challenge this month
The theme is Christmas Traditions.
So from now on this will be our Christmas Tradition
filling it full of chocolate for Advent.



I'll not go into the In's and outs but you have to make 24
draws and group them in 3's and glue together.
The papers i have used are a mixture from Bo bunny and Joanna Sheen's
Christmas CD ROM.
Stamps are Magnolias of course and they are coloured
with Copic markers.
I have used beads for the draw handles and the
numbers are from a stamp set from
papermania, cut out and coloured.
I Inked around the edges with fired Brick distress ink.
The top and base are chipboard squares covered in some
handmade paper i bought that has gold thread through it.
The ribbon is some Christmas ribbon i found in my stash I've
had it years can't remember where i got it from.

Oh well thanks for looking today and keep warm.
ta ta

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Cut it out



Hi all, here we are again another week gone where do these weeks go to?
I'm not doing to bad Christmas pressie wise though thank goodness.

Although before i can think of Christmas I've got my
birthday to come in the next few weeks and
OMG it's a big one. what do they say 21 again ha! ha!
Hubie took me shopping last Friday for my pressie, I've
always wanted a pair of uggs so he bought me some.
oooh they are soooo comfy but he won't let me have them now till my
birthday boo hoo. Anyway I'll show them to you when i get them.

Onto this weeks challenge at Papertake Weekly sponsored
by Digital Delights.

The theme is:

CUT IT OUT



and it does what it says on the tin lets see cut out elements,
whether that's using die cuts, hand cut, punched etc.




Stamp is from Hanglar cookies stamp plate
which i have cut out.
The sentiment was made up from two stamps
cookies from hanglar and the Christmas from sweet pea.
Nesti die cut shape is beaded circles.
Marianne Creatables die cut flower.
Martha Stewart punched leaves.
Snowflake brad.
Papers Basic grey Wassail pack.
Coloured with copics.
Paper doily.
Pumice stone distress ink and Glitter glue.

Don't forget to pop over to Papertake weekly and have a go
ta ta


Sunday, 21 November 2010

Frosty the snowman


Hi all not been on line for a few days hubbie has put
windows 7 on our computer so he has been messing with that.
All the programs are new so I'll have to learn how to use them all
over again.
My card today is for two challenges
I love promarkers they have a Snowman theme,
and Passion for promarkers they want to see Stitching and Distressing.



The stamp i have used is from cute companions and the sentiment stamp
is one of the new circle sentiments form LOTV.
I only used one promarker which was powder blue.
I used Broken china distress ink to stamp
and distress basically everywhere.
I used a spellbinders snowflakes embossing folder,
and cut the image out with a Marianne Creatables die.
The snowflake paper is from a daisy chain digi scrapbook kit.
I hand stitched round the edge with metallic thread.

That's all folks
Thanks for looking
ta ta

Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Autumn Skies



Hi all this is my card for the wonderful Papertake Weekly challenge
This week the theme is Autumn Skies.
We want you to use Golds, reds and brown colours.
So pop over have have a go.

I decided to rummage through my Sarah Kay stamps for this
These stamps are fab but they seem to get neglected
i will have to make more of an effort to use them because
they look great coloured in.



The stamp i have used is called 'Time for apple pie'.
I have used copics to colour her and decoupaged her hat.
She is stamped onto a nellie die cut shape and i have
edged it with Vintage photo distress ink.
Sentiment is Autumn stamp plate set from the stamp bug.
The paper is from K & Co best of paper stack.
lattice work punch is EK success.
Ribbon and pin from stash.

Looking at this card reminds me i must go outside and pick the
Apples up that the wind blew down last week,
I'm thinking of making Apple pie YUMMMMMMM!

Thanks for looking
ta ta


Sunday, 14 November 2010

Just Magnolia



Good morning all, i can breath again my colds nearly
gone HURRAH!!

My card this morning is for Just Magnolia who has a
wonderful sketch by Donalda.


I have used one of my new Tilda's although i think
this one has been around for a while.
I don't know how she managed not to be noticed by me as she is
lovely, i was looking through all the Tilda's at my local craft shop
and there she was saying "take me home" like they all do. Ha Ha
I have coloured her with copics.
The bench is also Magnolia.
The papers are from the new My Craft Studio paper flowers CD.
I cut a tag shape out and stamped it with a flourish stamp from
Autumn Leaves with spun sugar distress ink and also a glue
stamp pad and used some pink glitter. Then i inked around the edge with spun sugar.
The snowflakes are die cut from Marianne Creatables,
and i have glittered them.
Pink ribbon and gem candy dots from stash.

It's nearly 11 o'clock now i have to dash
Barbara Grey is on Create and craft this morn
and i don't want to miss her fab demo's
Thanks and ta ta



Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Vintage photo


Hi all yes I'm still full of a cold but I'm not letting it stop me crafting.
My card today is for two challenges

Passion for promarkers
theme to use colours of old photos.
Sweet pea stampers is to use embossing wet or dry.



The stamp is a Sweet pea stamp called Blue rose tattoo,the
sentiment is also from sweet pea stamps.
i have used promarkers in the colours:
Blush,
Oatmeal,
Sunkissed pink,
Caramel,
Burnt sienna,
Satin,
Khaki,
Cinnamon,
Blender.
I loved colouring this image using browns I'll definitely be doing
this again i love the look it gives you.
The papers are from DCWV old world stack.
I have both wet and dried embossed using cosmic shimmer
embossing powder and also the rose embossing folder from cuttlebug.
Lattice strip is from an EK Success punch
I have also inked around the edges with Vintage Photo distress ink
Ribbon is recycled from the inside of a jumper i bought.
I have also used Nesti dies.

Thanks for looking
ta ta



Tuesday, 9 November 2010

My First DT card


Hi all hope you are well, i however am full of a cold. It's hubbies fault he
came home last week with a cold i thought i got away with it then
yesterday it hit me.

Oh well on to my card this is my first card as a DT member over at
Papertake Weekly. There is a sketch to follow so pop over and have a go.
I'm also going to enter this into this weeks Just Magnolia challenge
Anything goes this week with an option to use beads.



The stamp i have used is one from the new Christmas 2010 range
i think it's called Tilda with violin. I got this one as Beth is
learning to play the violin at school.
The corner stamp i picked up a Tesco of all places last year.
The sentiment is form woodware.
I have coloured her with copics.
The papers are from the English paper company (i think)
and i also used some card i sprayed with cosmic shimmer mist.
I also put some glitter glue on her wings.

Thanks to all the girls over at Papertake weekly for their
warm wishes and comments you've made me feel very
welcome.
ta ta

Friday, 5 November 2010

Fairy Merry Christmas




Hi all hope you are well. My Mother in law's op went well
and all being well she should be home today or tomorrow,
so great news.

Some more great news i have been asked to become part of the
DT for Papertake weekly wooooooohoooooo! It took me all of
30 secs to decide, thanks Dawny it's made my day.
Oh and by the way congrats for making No.1 again in the
Wikio Blog Rankings well done all.

OK my card today is another to add to my Christmas
collection, its made for a few challenges this week.

In a sweet pea dream - Things with wings.
Flutterby Wednesday - Anything goes.
Wild orchid challenge - Classic Christmas.

and i was going to enter in Sweet pea stampers challenge to make an
easel card but duuur it's Friday today and they have a new
challenge on the go. I don't know it's been a funny week
what with my Mother in law, it's also been Beth's Birthday and my
Dads birthday i have lost all track of my days never mind.


The Stamp is one of my new Ching Chou Kuik's designs
from Sweet pea stamps i got the Christmas stamp sheet
from Crafts and Me last week. She is called Holly Fairy.
The sentiment is also from sweet pea stamps.
I have used my copics to colour her in.
I also went around the edges with vintage photo distress ink.
The paper is from Papermania's A Silent Night paper pad
Flowers are from Wild orchid and Magnolia.
The leaves are punched out with a Martha Stewart
leaf punch.
Ribbon from stash.

OK thanks for stopping by today
ta ta



Tuesday, 2 November 2010

smile



Hi all it's a dark rainy day here today utterly miserable so
my photo isn't great .

I have made this card for a few challenges.
I love promarkers has a sketch to follow
Creative inspirations has the colour scheme of Brown, cream and sage.
Papertake weekly's theme is penny for the guy ( a card for man/boy).
Lovely Hanglar only wants to see punched out pieces on your card.



I have used another hanglar stamp and coloured him in promarkers.
Sentiment is from popcorn bear stamp set.
The paper is from K & Co best of paper stack.
I punched out flowers in different sizes
out of pages from an old book.
I stuck them together with a brad,
wet them and then shaped the petals to make
a 3D flower.When it had dried i used distress ink on the edges.
I have also used a Marianne creatable die to cut the leaves.
I used a Victorian cuttlebug embossing folder for the panel
and edged it with peeled paint distress ink.

My Mother in law has her operation today
I've not heard anything yet but I'm sure she will be fine.

Thanks for looking
ta ta



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