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?
I have this lovely autumnal inspired clean and simple card up on the Papermilldirect blog this week. I have few images to show how I created it – as always it is the super simple looking ones that take more to plan and execute, but once you get started they are super fun! Head on over to the Papermilldirect blog to see how this one came together.
I have this fun and cute card up on the Papermilldirect blog today, sharing a fun technique – negative die cutting. I love this technique for making really simple but elegant cards. I left this card really clean and simple and resisted the urge to add any enamel dots, sequins etc, I just wanted the giraffe and sentiment to be the key focus. There is a lot of foam tape on the card so the giraffe really pops on the card, so it really stands out in real life!You can head over to the Papermilldirect blog to see the super simple way I constructed this card with step by step photos.
I have a really fun card to share today, made for a very special birthday – a 30th!! You can cut a card like this by hand or use a digital cutting machine. Full details are over on the Papermilldirect blog. You can see what I used and a link to the file I used for it also. It was a super fun card to make, and the birthday boy – well he was entertained, a little bit 😀
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 a very fun card to share with you, that allows you to play with watercolours (or inks, or any other mediums you use) and just have fun, all while making a pretty card! I have full details on how to make this over on the Papermilldirect blog. Head on over and check it out and see just how simple it is and try it out!
I love making cards that are a little bit outside the box, and this one was one of those. The challenge was to use an image designed to be an under the sea image – but I had no other images to go with it. So what was I to do? Well use some cutting files to make a boat and have the scuba diver image swim past the boat windows! All the details on this one and some step by steps are over on the Papermilldirect blog, so head on over to check it out in more detail.