Friday, 6 July 2012

Again same folder and using sparkle silver card.

Wedding Anniversary

Love my new Sheena Douglas embossing folder which I have teamed with nesties and marianne dies.

Friday, 29 June 2012

Get Well Wishes

Made this using a new set if dies and an image from a Joanna Sheen CD.

Tuesday, 19 June 2012

80th Birthday

Made this for my neighbours' birthday who enjoys horse racing. It is 8 layers from the Squeeze Collection.

Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Black and White

My posting is just like the buses, never see one and then two come at once!!! Here is another of my found stamps. It is matted onto mirror card which has come up black.


Had this stamp for ages and found it whilst having a clear out. When it comes to cats just have to buy, got quite a collection now.

Thursday, 10 May 2012

Wedding Anniversary

This was my original idea for using the verse as a feature, somehow got sidetracked on the other one. I think this one is the best out of the two.

Monday, 7 May 2012

Wedding Anniversary

Decided to try something different and use the verse on the outside for a change. Then went on to try out my new scanner and then progressed to see if I could get it on my blog. My how things have changed since last posting, so this is trial and error on many levels.

Thursday, 5 January 2012

Following on the banner theme.

Had this stamp a while and wasn't sure what to do with it, after masking and stamping, sprayed it with silver glitter and used a fine liner pen round the outside.
Nestie flower and greeting has 3D gloss over it.

Sunday, 1 January 2012

New Year, New Start

Decided that 2012 I would try and change the way I use this blog. Previously it was for my reference when someone wanted a particular card then show them ideas. Now hopefully when inspirations strikes and something I'm pleased with gels then I will post it here.

Todays is a stamped banner using masking technique that took my fancy. Must admit that stamping does not flow for me, but was happy with final result, (maybe could have been a bit more vibrant?).

Comments very welcome.

Thanks for looking Helen