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!
Just stopping by to share a birthday card made for a friend (happy birthday again if you are reading this!). He is mad into cars so it had to be car themed. I used a free SVG cuts race car file to create the car on the front. I layered it up with the new Lustre papers from Papermilldirect. These have a beautiful metalic shimmer to them, perfect for a cars paint job! You can see more details on the card over on the Papermilldirect blog.
But here is a peek of all that shimmer, this is beautiful stuff!
I am back with another Christmas card make to share, this time using one of my favourite colours – copper! This gorgeous colour is from Papermilldirect, and I have a step by step tutorial on how to make this up over on their blog. I just love this colour combination against the black snowy night background, it is so cool! Head on over and check it out and let me know what you think!
Just stopping by to share a congratulations card I made for a friend who got a new job. Super news – congrats again if you are reading this 🙂 I have all the details on supplies used over on the Papermilldirect blog so head on over and check it out if you want more info!
I have another Christmascard (sorry, not sorry!) up on the blog today. Instructions on how I created it are over on the Papermilldirect blog. I will say I used Papermilldirect Smooth White card for the white on white effect and for blending the inks onto, and it is just beautiful to work with, really so smooth! So head on over to check it out and see how I created this one. I will be back shortly with a non Christmas card, I promise!