You might remember my recent card using Pixi Powders, and the wonderful colours and shimmer they give. Well I loved making it so much I decided to make a Christmas card with the inspiration of the aurora borealis sky behind a snowman idea. The powders worked amazingly for this! I have a full tutorial showing how I made this over on the Papermilldirect blog. You won’t believe how easy the background was. The hardest part is waiting for it to dry. I really prefer the look of air dried over heat tool dried, so having patience waiting for it can be really hard!
In the meantime, check out that shimmer, don’t you just love it??
I have tried a new to me product on this project, and it was a lot of fun doing so. The product is the Cosmic Shimmer Pixi Powders. They sure do shimmer! I created this card below using them and Papermilldirect card, and kept the background made with the pixi powders the key focus. You can see the powder colours I used, and how I made this card over on the Papermilldirect blog, along with a few other images that capture the amazing sparkle of them!
I have some really fun Halloween cards up over on the Papermilldirect blog. They are designed to be simple to make, and ones you could even do with the whole family as a fun Halloween craft! Head on over to see how I made them.
I have a fun window card to share with you today. I used one stamp set to create the scene inside the window, with paper piecing, to give a fun layered effect. You could layer as much as you wanted on this one and have as much fun with it as you liked! I have some steps on how I did it over on the Papermilldirect blog so head over to check it out.
I have this very fun and cute card up over on the Papermilldirect blog, to celebrate a little girls first birthday. It is very dimensional but deceptively simple to make! I used lots of Papermilldirect products on it and made it sparkle and shine. Head on over to the blog for more details!
I love the fun balloons on this card, who doesn’t love cake and balloons on their birthday?
Just stopping by to share a very fun project that takes a stamp and the simple technique of paper piecing and combines them to give a very cool paper piecing effect. I used a fantastic Woodware stamp stocked by Papermilldirect and of course lots of Papermilldirect card to pull it all together. Head over to the Papermilldirect blog to see a full tutorial on this card and how I made it. While you are there check out their cool crafty competition too with a fabulous Papermilldirect prize!
I have some fun spring inspiration up over on the Papermilldirect blog showing you how I made this fun card to welcome in the Spring. Head on over to see how I made it. Super simple, and a great one for using up those scraps – you know that is my favourite crafty past time!