Animal Stackers!

I have to begin by saying that this design was inspired by my good friend Corrie who posted some hilarious stacked animal cards this week. (You can find her blog here. ) Anyway, I just had to try something similar with this cute set of…

Left of Center Creative Challenges – Use a Die or Punch with Bugaboo

This week at Left of Center we are sponsored by the lovely people at Bugaboo and our theme is Use a Die cut or Punch. I have used the fun Halloween Witch Scene-It digi which is available here.     I coloured the image with…

Spring Flowers – Two Cards

I was recently asked to make two cards for a lovely lady who has reached the age of 70. As the sunhas finally started to show itself, it made me feel like adding some pretty Spring blooms as embellishments. This first card has a pretty…

Lady In Green

This month’s challenge on the Spectrum Noir blog is on the theme of ‘Green’, as is the Open Minded Crafting Fun Challenge. I have used this gorgeous freebie Vintage Slip digistamp from A Day For Daisies. I coloured the image with the following Spectrum Noir pens:…

Springtime In Paris

The new range of cutting dies from Wild Rose Studio are gorgeous. I have used them along with one of their stamps to make this card. The background has a delicate swirly handmade paper layered over pink card and silver mirri card. I cut a…

Flights of Fancy

This card is based on another pretty sketch at cardabilites Challenge Blog. I used a Die’Sire birdhouse embossing folder to emboss directly onto my card front before cutting out a circular aperture. The pretty check ribbon is by May Arts and coordinates well with the…

Topiary Card

This card is based on the sketch at Sweet Stampin’ Challenge. I have used a lovely topiary stamp which I coloured with my Promarkers: Lime Green, Pear Green, Forest Green, Raw Sienna and Terracotta I used some DCWV backing papers, layered onto blue and green…

Love Concertina Card

This stunning concertina card is really easy to make and suitable for a wedding, anniversary or Valentines Day.   The delicate lattice is cut with a Cheery Lynn die – I cut three from black card. I took a sheet of A3 white pearl card…

With Love

I couldn’t wait to try out these beautiful new Cheery Lynn dies, and so I decided to team them with a pretty Marion Smith Designs backing paper. The backing paper is from the Tea Party range and features a quote from Alice in Wonderland and…

Celebrate!

This card is inspired by the sketch on Cardabilities Challenge #92 and is my entry. The backing papers are by K and Co, and I used some coordinating grey and blue cardstock for my ‘doily’ die cuts. The die is by Marianne, and is beautiful. It…