Just stopping by with a quick one today. Life has been hectic so I have not been blogging much at all. This is a quick make that I did for a wedding card. Lots of dies used on this on and I used grey and muted pink for it as a bit of a break from black and white. I think it looks nice, its fun to play with colour palates!
Thanks for stopping by today and hopefully I will be back again soon!
I have a little step by step on how to make this card up on the Sarah Hurley blog today. It is a fun card that uses up some of those small scraps you end up with and also gets you use from die sets such as the heart one as I used on the card. Head on over and check it out and let me know what you think!!
I have a tutorial over on the Crafting Ireland blog today showing how I made this fun birthday card for my dad. It is a great masculine card that can be changed up for any occasion!
I have a tutorial over here on the Crafting Ireland blog today showing how I made these two baby cards…. A boy version…
And a girl version…
This month the challenge over at the Sarah Hurley blog is ‘Celebration’! I created this fun tag using some of Sarah’s papers. I used the chevron for the tag base and some of the wood grain for the banner on the tag. The sentiment comes from one of the printable kits. The whale is a cutting file that Sarah has up over in the Silhouette store, I love this guy! I stamped his eye with a stamp from the zombie girl doodle doll set and drew on his mouth. The sequins make a little trail of bubbles that he is blowing. I added some doodling in grey pen around the sides of the tag, and also inked up all the edges.
Make sure to head over and check out the challenge and join in the fun!!
Dropping by here today to share a card I made using some fun products. I have this up on the Sarah Hurley 365 blog today also. I made a retro computer themed card and used the really cool circuit board paper from the Sarah Hurley A Few Of My Favourite Things paper collection (Vol 1). I also used some black, grey and white card and a old floppy disk and some buttons off an old keyboard.
I created a card base from grey card and matted the circuit board paper on some black card to make it pop. I then used the white card to make a label for my floppy disk.
On the label I stamped the sentiment in a font builder stamp set and used the keyboard numbers for the sentiment number. I used some pencil lines to help me align everything up a bit.
Here is the floppy disk all ready to go…
And there is the card all put together. I left it quite clean and simple and let the background paper and the floppy disk be the main focal point. Oh and its a card for a boy to, so we know they don’t notice the lack of extras on a card! :)
Recently my crafty friend Sandi surprised me with a gorgeous altered letter N as a RAK. As great minds always think alike I had also done a altered letter for her! She recently did up her craft room in white and teal and so I made this letter to match. I had a teal letter S in my stash so it was obviously meant to be!
I painted the front and the back of the letter white and left the insides teal. I then used texture paste through a stencil for some dimension on it. I got a lot of white flowers and used turquoise Dylusions spray to give them a hint of teal blue. I then painted and inked up a lot of chipboard shapes to give a steampunk style – but pretty steampunk.
You can see a close up of the texture here….
I die cut the bird out of some news script paper and added him to the letter with a quote from a paper pack page tucked in behind him.
I used the same stencil on the back just using copper paint through it. I also edged all sides of the letter with copper paint.
Hopefully she enjoys it! Thanks for stopping by today, have a great week :)
To me June is always wedding season – I seem to make so many wedding cards and I know a lot of people choose it as the month to get married. I made this card recently. The couple are young and fun and I wanted the card to reflect that. I used a gorgeous linen embossed card from Papermill Direct for the card base and for the white topper panel. I created the sentiment on my computer and printed on the card. I die cut the heart and wrapped the red twine around it and tied it in the middle of the heart. I used some tape on the back to keep the twine from moving. I then mounted the white panel on foam pads onto the red panel.
I kept it really simple and elegant and hopefully a bit different! You can see the fill card below but it came out a bit over exposed.
You can see the detail on this image a bit better….the texture on the white card is just so cool!
I am entering this into the Papermill Direct June competition which is June themed cards – and as I said June is wedding to me! Check out their blog post on the challenge here.
We are celebrating the launch of the new ‘World of Imagination’ range on the 10th. Sarah has been working on this range for over a year now and we are super pleased to be sharing it with the world with this initial launch. Each of the Design Team will be sharing the reveal of a new product on their blog at the end there will be the opportunity to win one of these products!
Just hop through all of the team leaving a comment to let us know what you think of the products and then at the last stop (on the 365 blog) leave us a comment telling us what you think of then range and which item you would like to win – we’ll pick one winner to win their choice of item. This closes on the 15th at midnight GMT.
My super fun product is these really fun felt party hats. They simply clip in, so cute! They are part of the pocket money dress up range. I love that they just clip in, non of those horrible elastic bands to go under the chin!
The running order of the hop in case you get lost is below but your next stop on the hop is Lisa….
The Mayor of Make Believe will be waiting for you at the 365 blog to see what you thought of the range, tell him what you would like to win and we’ll pick one lucky winner to win the prize of their choice!