Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Craft club

At last I have done it they start 4th April contact me for more info. These classes are nothing to do with work so please don't ask for detail when I am working.

Scrapbook page

It's not often that I show scrapbook pages
but I thought you might like to see this one.
If you want to be able to make beautiful pages
like this contact me or leave a comment.
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Nappy Cakes contact me if you want to make one
I will be running a class soon to show you how.
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Sunday, 20 March 2011

Simple but effective all the bits are from the
A4 ultimate decoupage pack.
Except the message in the left hand corner
and this comes from the male sentiment pack
that comes in the goody bag.
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The edge of the "best friend" embossed border
is done using the
dye based inks and a make up sponge.
The decoupage is part of a stack
the other was used in a card I made last week
and didn't take a photo of.
I edged Oliver with my whispers pen just to make it pop.
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A4 ultimate decoupage
one of my favorite pieces from this loop.
The edges are done using the
new dye based ink pads pk of 20 £12.99
direct to the paper.
They are really juicy so give a
sharper finish than chalk inks.
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Midnight fairytale topper a bit of
left over Christmas ribbon and a scored
piece of card
This is simple but effective.
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I finished this one off with some
purple gems using the score lines
as a guide.
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Can we do an easel in the middle of the card?
Well I think the answer to that is yes.
Pampered pets papers
from the free pack on the front of the magazine
a piece of striped from the ultimate A4 decoupage
as I had miss laid my pampered paper 6x6
finished of with a piece of V&A ribbon.
The get well message
was from one of the element packs in the goody bag
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50p for a sheet of toppers or BOGOF in most stores
A6 midnight fairytale paper
and some lemon sorbet ribbon from last loops goody bag
The dew drop gems were in a goody bag last year
but can be bought in store.
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Vellum is lovely this would have worked
so much better if I had taken my border system.
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Another variation of the pampered pets card.
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Tuesday, 8 March 2011

%th March

What another lovely day on IOW it was great to see you all.
As many of you know I only arrived back from my holiday the day before the demo so I would like to thank my daughter for making me a couple of sample cards.
Stacey loves to scrapbook but I am hoping to convert her to cards.
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The next couple of cards are some of my favorite.
I did the decoration on what would be the inside of the card and then put my message on what would be the outside hope this makes sense.
I used the stamp from the retro postage range to decorate the envelope.
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These cards from the pampered pets range are oh so cute.
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A new take on the easel card and a great way of using the tall cat.
The little flowers are still in stores at BOGOF £1.99.
I would snap then up as they give a lovely finish to your cards.
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I must say I love the new sentiment sheets its hard to see it here.
I used the x cut border die some flowers from my stash.
I will be making this one at future demo's
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Once again we have the ultimate decoupage A4 pack and as you may know it is bursting with papers, topper, tags and decoupage.
I would say it is a must have if you need to make cards for men.
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Easel cards are so popular at the moment so here is another using an A5 card.
For this little collection of cards I used the oh the name escapes me (fairies)
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