Thursday, September 01, 2016

Trees


This week at Crazy Card Party, Sharon would like to see anything to do with trees.....actual trees, branches, leaves, wood grain.......

I created  these cards featuring topiary trees.



I do like the colour combo of  kraft, cream, brown and green.

Pop over to Crazy Card Party to see the other tree inspired creations.

Thanks for stopping by!


Saturday, August 27, 2016

Travel


Hello!

The theme over at Crazy Card Party this week is travel.

The perfect opportunity to share some scrapbook pages.

I've recently been adding some finishing touches to some pages I've scrapped of our trip to the Baltic.


I recently added journalling.



Along with some Danish stamps we found at an antique market.

And some travel cards we picked up while in Copenhagen.



Pop over to Crazy Card Party to see what some of the other ladies came up with.

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Friday, August 19, 2016

Birthday!



Hello, it's my turn to set the challenge over at Crazy Card Party this week.


And since it is my 'un'birthday this week, my challenge is to create birthday cards.


Here's my card:



I can't wait to see what the other ladies have created.

Pop over to Crazy Card Party to check them out.

Thanks for stopping by.

Sunday, August 07, 2016

More Christmas in July!

Recently  I  joined my Mom at StampArt in London to create some Christmas cards that I thought I would share.

Each card was unique and used different techniques.

This card used watercolour pencils:


Then the card opened in such a way that the sentiment was unveiled in the circular window:


This card used a gorgeous embossing folder, border die and glitter paper:


This card was so fun to create:


The inside contains a window with a wintery scene:


Another with embossed velum:



And glittered velum:


On the inside too, with a glittered edge(can never have too much glitter right?):


 And finally, a unique colour combination with a truly gorgeous border stamp:


I came away from this card event so inspired and for sure will be using some of these techniques on future cards.

Thanks for stopping by.