Saturday, 31 October 2009
Quick post today, this is my entry for the Winter Winterland challenge this week which is, "open theme" I created this little cutie using one of Lauren Meaders templates, embossed with a cuttlebug embossing folder.
Friday, 30 October 2009
Oh my what a bad blogger am I, it's been ages since I last posted here, I almost didn't recognize the place....lol Everything has just been so busy here and of course half-term hasn't been any easier...as if it would...lol but through it all I actually managed to make a card for the challenge over on A Passion for Papertrey, polka dots was the theme and I don't have that much papertrey stash so did my best and came up with this, I just love cupcakes (yum!)I have also stamped the background with a polka dot star stamp but you can't see it very well, not quite what I hoped for. All the products are PTI except for the ink.
Thanks for stopping by and taking a peek,
Sunday, 18 October 2009
Tuesday, 13 October 2009
Another post, must be making up for the lack of them lately! This week over at Stamp With Us they had a colour challenge and this is my take on it, I didn't have all the colours so I've used what I could but I'm sure in a while my SU stash will have multiplied (in fact I'm pretty sure!....lol)
Thanks for stopping by, I really do appreciate it.
How delighted was I to find out I was a winner on Emma's blog and look what I won, this "yummy" blog candy, I just adore these gorgeous Christmassy colours, thank you soooo much Emma, pop over to Emma's blog and take a look she makes such beautiful cards!
Sunday, 11 October 2009
Another quick post from me today, this is my entry for the challenge over at A Passion for Papertrey were the theme is to produce something that reminds you of Autumn, the girls Kate & Aimes have made some lovely cards for inspiration, so I recommend you pop over and take a peek!
Recipe; All products PTI apart from, Crimson Copper Brilliance Ink.
Well this weeks theme at Winter Wonderland is Gingerbread so I thought this little cutie might just fit the bill! It's one of those famous "Bag-a-lopes" you can find the tutorial over on Splitcoaststampers.
Recipe - All products are Stampin'Up!