Sunday, 16 November 2008


This is the long awaited door instructions.
1. You will need an 20x20cm piece of card folded in half, and 4 pieces of the same colour and shade cut 3x6cm.
2. You will also need 4 pieces of card slightly darker cut to 3.5x6.5cm.Stick the lighter on to the darker these make up you panels.
3. Cut a piece of silver card 2x3cm and another 1x2cm.
4. Take a piece of card and stick a small merry Christmas to it cut this to down and sandwich it between the two pieces of silver card with a couple of foam pads.
5. Using the impress wreath die or any other wreath design you have, cut or assemble as required.
6. To make the arch you will need a protractor cut out 3 cheeses.
Cover these on the reverse with apiece of acetate. I used the acetate from the goody bag.
7.Assemble all the bits, add a brad for a door handle and a little glitter glue to the bottom right of each door panel to represent the snow.


I was trying to think of different ways to use my papercraft skills and I came up with this one a calendar using paper and basic tool kit. My daughter actually liked it and as asked for one for her mate. High acclaim I think.

The Range demo Bournemouth

Pyramage and invertage that was the new card designs for this demo. For those of you who are coming to the demo at Trago mills Falmouth or The Range Bournemouth next week end I will be showing you how to do these If you can't watch this space and I will post instructions when I have more time.


I am fast approaching my 5,000 hit's and as a thank you I will be adding some blog candy as soon as I reach the magic number. So start adding a link to my blog from yours and I will be rewarding somebody with a prize. The blog candy will be glittery as it's Christmas. This offer closes on 30th November.

Sunday, 2 November 2008


OK ladies you all know my 2ND love in life after my card making and scrapbooking is F1 namely Lewis Hamilton. So I would just like to take this opportunity to scream at the top of my voice, and those of you who have met me know i have a big one.


I hope this inspires all those youngsters out there working hard in there chosen sports to give it there all. You can do it.