I wanted to create a layered card but keep the dimension to a minimum, so it's easy to mail. I've used circles to create scenes within layers. This is a small card, so I only have 3 layers (two plus the card base). The bigger the card, the more layers you can use, but obviously… Continue reading Duh-Nuh Circle Scene Card
We have a sketch challenge over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog this month. There is still time to play along, for a chance to win a £20 voucher to the store.For my inspiration card, I kept pretty much to the sketch and opted for a masculine card this time.I used a MFT rounded stitched… Continue reading Seven Hills Crafts July 2017 Challenge
Happy Tuesday! Today I'm sharing a card featuring in-laid die cutting. This is one of my favourite techniques for adding depth to a card. I'm using the MFT Birthday Candles dienamics for my card today. I cut a rectangle of card to be slightly smaller than my card base, and then I die cut the… Continue reading The More Candles, The Bigger The Wish!
It's been a while since I've done any watercolouring so it was time to get my zig clean colour real brush pens out again for this card. I started by heat embossing some leaves from the Altenew Hello Sunshine stamp set with gold embossing powder. I added a sentiment from the Altenew Celebrate stamp set… Continue reading Watercolour Roses
Today I'm sharing some jelly bean birthday cards. I just love their funny faces! I used the companion shaker die set with the Lawn Fawn How You Bean? stamp set to make some shaker cards. I've been making multiples of my cards recently as, once everything is out, it doesn't take much more time to… Continue reading Shake those Jelly Beans!
Happy Tuesday! I'm having fun with glitter embossing on my card today. By adding clear glitter embossing layers to stamped images or die cuts, you can really add some sparkle and shine to your projects. To start, I used the MFT English Brick Wall stencil and MFT grout grey ink to add some detail to… Continue reading Say It With Wine
I'm a big fan of cover dies. The Reverse Confetti 2-way Stripes cover panel die is really versatile. By keeping some or all of the stripes in the die cut, it offers lots of design possibilities. Please join me on the Seven Hills Crafts blog to read more about this card.
When I saw the Lawn Fawn Ahoy Matey stamp set, I just knew it was a must have. I love all the images in the set and the sentiments font is fantastic. Please join me on the Seven Hills Crafts blog today to read all about this card.
I have a happy banner card to share, over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog today, with fun rainbow colours. Please join me on the Seven Hills Crafts blog to see how I made this card. I'm entering this card into the following competition: Simon Says Monday Challenge: Masculine
Today I have a shaker card to share, featuring the adorable Pegasus horses from Avery Elle. This is such a lovely set to colour, and the sentiments in the set are great too. I hope you'll join me on the Seven Hills Crafts blog today to read all about this card.