Back with another six cards in my Same But Different Christmas Card Series for 2017 and today we are Shaking it Up! It took me forever to Continue reading
It’s time for another card in my Addicted to Die Cutting series and this is one of my favourite ways of using dies for sure! And once you get your head around this technique it’s really very simple and so much fun too.
You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.
I’ll be back on Wednesday with another card for Purple Onion Designs and look forward to seeing you then.
Other supplies: Cardstock – SBB Melon, Ocean. Pokie tool.
I’m back with a tutorial for Scrapbook Boutique Blog and I’ve been creating shiny luxurious backgrounds…. totally loving those Perfect Pearls and masks!
You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.
All the products that I’ve used are linked below or you can head over the Scrapbook Boutique and check it out for yourself.
Thanks for stopping by!
Is anyone else having some fun with watercolour techniques? I am just loving the look a the moment…. that is, when I can get away from using gold on everything.
Here is my card for this weeks Muse I can’t wait to see how this card inspires you!
All of the deets can be found here on the Muse blog…. but here’s how it works:
- Use ANYTHING you want from your stash to create a project inspired by this week’s Muse.
- In your post, explain how you were inspired and link back to the Muse blog.
- Provide supportive comments on at least 3 other member’s submissions.
- Vote for three of your fellow member’s submissions.
Other Supplies: Distress Markers – Spun Sugar, Picked Raspberry, Festive Berries, Squeezed Lemonade, Wild Honey, Mowed Lawn, Peeled Paint. Prismacolor Pencils – Limepeel, Olive Green, Pink, Blush Pink, Lemon Yellow.
I’ve been having fun with some of my fave challenges and just enjoying making a card ‘for fun’. I used Lisa’s Wanna Sketch, mixed it up with the chevrons and layout from Case Study and those fabulous colours with the pop of black from Runway Inspired Challenge. I gotta say that Flourishes make the prettiest flower stamps!
Hope you are having a great weekend, I’m very excited as I’m putting my party frock on and I’m off to a ball tonight, my hospital is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary and they always have the bestest parties! Hugs
Other Supplies: Cardstock – Recycled. Prismacolor Pencils – White, Putty Beige, French Grey 50%, Sand, Pink, Blush Pink. Glitter – Metal Skin.
Please scroll down or click HERE if you are visiting for Cath’s Moxie Fab Thanks Hop.
Welcome back, it’s time for the new challenge at Scrapbook Boutique, that means it’s also time for a blog hop… so of course more wonderful prizes to be won! You should have arrived here from Sue’s fabulous blog! This month you could WIN My Favorite Things Contemporary Roses stamp set, all you need to do is leave a comment at each blog along the hop, you have until midday 17th November (you must have an Australian address to be eligible) and the winner will be announced at the Scrapbook Boutique blog November 18th
For all the deets on how to WIN a $30 gift voucher just stop by Scrapbook Boutique blog, you have until the end of November to join us!
This month the theme is A Bright Christmas.
I thought this Flourishes Joy is in the Air set was perfect and I just couldn’t resist making it a ‘shaker’ card.
From here you are heading to the Scrapbook Boutique Blog, thanks for joining us, it’s been a blast!
Other Supplies: Cardstock SBB Blush. Copics – G24. YG00,03. R05,22. RV10,13.W2. T0,2. Y11,21. YR24. B000,21. E25,29,31,33. BG10,13. Clear sequins & Sparkle. Fun Foam.
Back again with another video for Scrapbook Boutique. Today it’s a one layer card with lots of blending using those fabulous distress inks from Tim Holtz.
A quick share before the card excitement. I’ve just had some excitement myself, this (carpet python) just went through my back yard. I’m not a real fan of snakes even if they are non venomous like this one…. I just don’t like that it is now is the wood pile near my chicken coop…. hope my hubby gets home soon, this is definitely a ‘boy’ thing lol. Have a great weekend.
(ps I’ve got the cats inside with me)
Welcome back, it’s time for the new challenge at Scrapbook Boutique, and that means that it’s also time for a blog hop… and of course yet more wonderful prizes to be won! You should have arrived here from Sue’s inspirational blog! And YOU have a chance to WIN this gorgeous stamp set from Flourishes, all you need to do is leave a comment at each blog along the hop, you have until midday 17th September (you must have an Australian address to be eligible) and the winner will be announced at the Scrapbook Boutique blog September 18th
For all the deets on how to WIN a $30 gift voucher just stop by Scrapbook Boutique blog, you have until the end of September to join us!
This month the challenge is Spring is in the Air and I just had to play with some fabulous stamps from Hero Arts & Flourishes.
Gotta say that this is not my fave colour combination and when I think about it maybe it’s the fact that my school uniform was dark green and bright yellow and I wore it for way too many years…. I don’t mind how this card turned out but you can’t love everything you make right, I’m thinking maybe in different colours?
From here you are heading to the Scrapbook Boutique Blog, thanks for joining us, it’s been so much fun!
Other Supplies: Prismacolor Pencils – Yellow Ochre, Lemon Yellow, Olive Green, Limepeel, French Grey 50, 70%.
Today I’m back with another tutorial for Scrapbook Boutique, and I get to play with this wonderful new product called ‘Sticky Barc‘… I can tell you now that you will be seeing it just a little bit more around here, I am officially addicted!
You can find all these fabulous products in the linkz below or head on over to Scrapbook Boutique and shop in their the brand new store and there are heaps of bargains at the moment with the huge clearance Stocktake Sale!