Monday, 29 August 2011

Celebrate

Hi everyone, well the holiday weekend is almost over, I hope you've all had a good one.  I've been out picking the apples and pears that survived the wind and rain that we've been having recently, we have quite a good crop this year.  I still found time to do a bit of crafting though and managed to get another Christmas Card made.


I really need to get a move on with my Christmas cards now because I've managed to get a stall at a brilliant Christmas Craft Fair.  I decided to use up one of my LOTV die cut squares, I think they're discontinued but you can get them from the LOTV eBay shop.  This one is called Little Shepherd Boy and I've teamed it up with a paper from one of my Bearly Mine Designs CDs.  I've cut a border and some stars from the same gold card stock that I matted the image onto and just added a sentiment and a seam binding bow.  Full details of everything that I have used are listed below.

The inside of my card is decorated to complement the front.


Image:  LOTV Die Cut Square - Little Shepherd Boy
Papers:  Bearly Mine Designs CD
Tools:  Spellbinders - Fleur De Lis Accents, Classic Squares (inside card)
Embellishments: Wild Orchid Crafts Seam Binding
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would  like to enter this card into the following challenges:

There is still time to enter the sketch challenge going on over at the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog why don't you pop over and have a go, you never know you might win a lovely prize.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Saturday, 27 August 2011

Merry and Bright

Good evening, I hope you're having a good weekend, at least the weather has improved at little here.  This is a card I've made following Dena’s brilliant sketch over at Wild Orchid Crafts.  I'm really making the effort to get some Christmas Cards started so I've used 'Christmas Candle' from Lili of the Valley and teamed it up with some NitWit papers.


I used my Floral Doily dies to cut the circle and border and as I didn't have any ribbon to match I coloured some seam binding with one of my Spectrum Noir pens.  Full details of everything I have used are listed below.

I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front.



Image:  LOTV - Christmas Candle
Papers:  NitWit - Cookin' Cookies
Tools:  Spellbinders - Floral Doily Motifs, Floral Doily Accent, Classic Squares (inside card), Darice Embossing Folder
Embellishments: Wild Orchid Crafts Seam Binding
Sentiment:  Creative Expressions

I would  like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Divas by Design Challenge 9 - Christmas in August

There is a new sketch challenge going on over at the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog why don't you pop over and have a go, you never know you might win a lovely prize.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Friday, 26 August 2011

Shy

Good evening, what terrible weather we are having here today, I hope you are all well.  This is a card I've made using the sketch over on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog.


The image is Mo Manning's 'Shy' and I have coloured her with a combination of ProMarker and  Spectrum Noir pens.   The backing papers are from the Pink Petticoat Wild Blossoms collection that came free with my Quick Cards magazine.  I didn't have any ribbon to match so I coloured some seam binding with my Spectrum Noir pens and finished my card with some layered flowers topped with a button from my stash.

Full details of everything I have used are listed below.

This is the inside of my card that has been decorated to complement the front.



Image:  Mo Manning - Shy
Papers:  Pink Petticoat - Wild Blossoms collection
Tools:  Spellbinders - Classic Squares (inside card), Ribbon Tag Trio Three, Martha Stewart - Doily Lace punch
Embellishments:  Ribbons Girls - seam binding, flowers, buttons and raffia from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would  like to enter this card into the following challenges:

My Time to Craft Challenge 154 - Here Come the Girls
The Poodles Parlour - Anything Goes

There is a new sketch over at the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog why don't you pop over and have a go at this weeks challenge, you never know you might win a lovely prize.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Thursday, 25 August 2011

Willow Sketchie Challenge

Good morning everyone, it's my turn to host the challenge at Willow Sketchie this week.  This is the sketch that I have designed.


You can use anything from your crafty stash and it's OK to rotate the sketch or re-size the elements as long as the original sketch layout can be recognised.

This week the Design Team all used the 'Dear Santa' image which is available from the Willow Designs Shop and this is my card.


I decided to try something a bit different and went for a black and white colour scheme, I just added the smallest bit of red.  The backing paper is from my Bearly Mine Designs CD and I embossed some black card stock using a Darice Embossing Folder.  To finish the card I added some red gems and stamped a sentiment.  Full details of everything I have used are listed below.

I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front.



Image:  Willow Designs - Dear Santa
Papers: Bearly Mine Designs
Tools:  Spellbinders - Classic Squares (inside card)
Embellishments:  gems from stash
Sentiment: Crafter's Companion - The Snowman

I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges

Whimsy Stamps Challenge 3 - Anything Goes with a Sentiment
Hooked on Craft Challenges 6 - Things with Wings
Marks Finest Papers Challenge Week 69 - Emboss It
Crafty Anne's Challenge 47 -Scallops and/or Fancy Borders
Just Some Lines - Embossing
   
Don't forget to pop over to the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog and see what the other DT members have created.  Do have a go at this weeks challenge, you never know you might win a lovely prize.  Also take a look in the Willow Designs Shop, everything is FREE P&P.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Crafting for all Seasons DT Card

Hi everyone, this is my first DT card for the Crafting for all Seasons Challenge.  The challenge this time is:
BINGO

Just choose a row, vertically, horizontally or diagonally and include those three items on your card or project


 Our sponsor for this challenge is The Stamping Boutique

and the prize will be…

3 digi stamps or 1 digital paper pack of your choice

We are also introducing something very special this time:


These beautiful images are drawn by Angelique Sliekje and they are absolutely gorgeous, but best of all they are all FREE.  Some of our DT, including me, have used her images to create their projects.   It was so difficult to choose an image from the fabulous selection available but eventually I chose the lovely image  -Mouse reading book


Isn't he just so cute.  I coloured him with a combination of ProMarkers and Spectrum Noir pens and teamed him up with some papers from The Paper Shelter.  The bingo line that I chose was buttons, die cut and tag - the flowers on the corrugated corners are buttons, both the border across the middle and the butterfly are die cut and the sentiment is printed on a little tag.  Full details of everything I have used are listed below.

I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front



Image: Sliekje's Digital Stamps - Mouse reading book
Papers:  The Paper Shelter - Trattoria Chef
Tools:  Spellbinders Classic Squares (inside card) and Ric Rac Diamond Border, Die-namics Butterfly, CREAlies Tag
Embellishments: buttons, pearls, corrugated card and raffia from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would  like to enter this card into the following challenges:

The Paper Shelter Challenge 28 - Die Cuts and Punches

Thank you for looking, don't forget to pop over and take a look at the wonderful creations the other DT members have made.  Please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Let it Snow

Good evening all, I thought it was about time I started to make a few Christmas cards.  I decided to do some decoupage for a change so I got my Popcorn Christmas set out.


The backing paper is from the Adorables Christmas CD so it's a bit of a Crafter's Companion card.  I've added glitter to some die cut snowflakes, the bear's hats and also around the outside of the sentiment.  Full details of everything I have used are detailed below.

The inside of my card is decorated to complement the front.



Image: Crafter's Companion Popcorn the Bear Xmas Decoupage Kit
Papers: Crafter's Companion Adorables CD
Tools:  Spellbinders - Classic Square and Create-A-Flake Three, X-Cut Corner Punch
Embellishments:  glitter and ribbon from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Crafters Companion Challenge 15 - Glitter and Glitz
Papertake Weekly Challenge - Dies to DIE for !!!!
Clear it out Challenge Blog - Glitter it!!
Totally Papercrafts Challenge 80 - Christmas in August
Christmas Crafting Challenge 2 - Cute Christmas

There is a great sketch challenge going on over at the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog why don't you pop over and have a go at this weeks challenge, you never know you might win a lovely prize.

Thank you for looking today, any comments will be very much appreciated.

Pauline
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Monday, 22 August 2011

Paul Texting

This is the second card I made for my 15 year old sons friend, I wanted to give him a choice.  This time I used another Mo Manning image - Paul Texting and coloured him using a combination of ProMarkers and Spectrum Noir Pens.  I have to say I think this is my favourite of the two but my son chose 'Air Guitar'.


I followed the sketch over at Sketch Saturday and made this one quite a bit brighter than the last one.  I used some My Mind's Eye papers I've had hanging around for a while and used Kraft for the base again.  Some texture was added with corrugated card and raffia.  The buttons were from my stash and the sentiment tag is cut down from my Spellbinders Ribbon Tag Trio Three and stamped with a LOTV sentiment.  Full details of everything I have used are detailed below.

As usual I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front.



Image: Mo Manning - Paul Texting
Papers:  My Mind's Eye - Abbey Road
Tools:  Spellbinders Classic Squares (inside card), Ribbon Tag Trio Three
Embellishments: buttons and raffia from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would  like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Sketch Saturday Week 169
Paper Sundaes Challenge 83 - Sundae Bar (Green, buttons, banners and/or twine)
Ellephantastic August Challenge - Add some layers
My time to Craft Challenge 153 - G is for GREEN
One Stop Craft Challenge Week 145 - Bold and Bright

There is a great sketch challenge going on over at the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog why don't you pop over and have a go at this weeks challenge, you never know you might win a lovely prize.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Sunday, 21 August 2011

Air Guitar

Good evening, I hope you've had a good weekend.  This is a card I've made for my son to give a friend for his birthday.  They are both 15, a rather difficult age to put it mildly.


The image is 'Air Guitar' by Mo Manning and the papers are a NitWit download.  The music strip is from a kit by Hunkydory.  I followed Sue's sketch over at  Sketch n Stash and added a few bits from my stash along with a stamped tag from LOTV.  Full details of everything I have used are listed below.

I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front.



Image: Mo Manning - Air Guitar
Papers:  NitWit - In the Meadow, Hunkydory - Last Night a the Proms
Tools:  Spellbinders Classic Squares (inside card)
Embellishments: button, charm and raffia from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would  like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Sketch n Stash Challenge 68 - Sketch 9 (neglected items - button and charm)
Crafts and Me Challenge 48 - Blues or Blue/Greens

There is a great sketch challenge going on over at the  Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog  why don't you pop over and have a go at this weeks challenge, you never know you might win a lovely prize.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Saturday, 20 August 2011

Have Fun

Good evening, I hope you're all having a good weekend.  This is a card I've made for the Simon Says Stamp challenge, the theme is Food and Drink.



I've used one of my favourite House Mouse Stamps 'Ice Cream' from the Birthdays collection by Joanna Sheen and coloured it with a combination of ProMarkers and  Spectrum Noir pens,   I kept things quite simple, the base card stock is Core'dinations and I distressed the edges, the papers are First Edition 'Bird Song' and I just added a stamped sentiment and die cut flower topped with a button to finish.  Full details of everything I have used are listed below.

I have decorated the inside of my card.


Image:  Joanna Sheen House Mouse - Ice Cream
Papers:  First Edition - Bird Song 
Tools:  Spellbinders Ribbon Tag Trio Three and Marianne Creatables Flower
Embellishments: button and raffia from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would  like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Simon Says Stamp - Food and Drink
The Shabby Tea Room - Polka Dots

Don't forget to pop over to the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog  and have a go at this weeks challenge, you never know you might win a lovely prize.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Friday, 19 August 2011

Thank you ...

Good afternoon everyone, I hope you've had a good week and are ready for the weekend.

This is a card that I've made for the Lilli of the Valley Challenge which runs until 31st August and the theme is 'Thank you'.


I've used the lovely LOTV stamp 'Teddy Flower' and coloured him with a combination of ProMarkers and  Spectrum Noir pens, I also followed the sketch over at the Cupcake Craft Challenge.  The papers are from my favourite Bearly Mine CD and I stamped out some extra flowers and coloured them in for matching embellishments.  The Tag is cut down from the Spellbinders Ribbon Tag Trio Three and stamped with a LOTV sentiment.  Full details of everything I have used are listed below.

I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front.


Image:  LOTV Teddy Flower
Papers:  Bearly Mine Designs Designer Extreme CD 
Tools:  Spellbinders Ribbon Tag Trio Three and Die-namics Butterfly Die
Embellishments: buttons, gems and raffia from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would  like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Cupcake Craft Challenge - Sketch (I've rotated it)
Papertake Weekly - Bingo (I chose FREE, Buttons and Gems)
Creative Card Crew - Hand made flowers

Don't forget to pop over to the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog  and have a go at this weeks challenge, you never know you might win a lovely prize.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Thursday, 18 August 2011

So Sweet

Hi everyone, it's Thursday again and that means a new Willow Sketchie challenge,.  This week it's Lisa's turn and this is her first time to host the challenge.  This week we've all used the Missy image and Lisa added a recipe -

Add some shimmer/sparkle
Add something floral
Use something yellow

Here is my card



and this is Lisa's sketch



I've rotated the sketch and coloured Missy using ProMarkers (available from the Willow Designs Shop).  I've added glitter to her necklace and a couple of gems to the tag for the shimmer/sparkle, used floral backing paper and added two small flowers for the floral element and as you can see there is loads of yellow.  Full details of everything I have used are listed below.

I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front.



Image:  Willow Designs - Missy
Papers: Fancy Pants - Beach Babe
Tools:  Spellbinders - Classic Squares, CREAlies Label
Embellishments:  ribbon, flowers and gems from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges

Shopping Our Stash Challenge 13 - Your Weakest Link (mine is pens, I can't resist I've got them all)
Whoopsi Daisy Challenge - Anything Goes
Try it on Tuesday - Anything Goes
Don't forget to pop over to the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog and see what the other DT members have created.  Do have a go at this weeks challenge, you never know you might win a lovely prize.  Also pop over to the Willow Designs Shop and take a browse through the fabulous digi stamps, stock up on your Promarkers and check out the new Tilda Fabric panels, everything is FREE P&P.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Saturday, 13 August 2011

Love, Love, Love ...

Hi all, at last I've managed to get to the computer.  The boys were away for three days and it will take me about three days to catch up with the washing, well that's what I get for letting them go on an activity break on their own, will I never learn

This is my card for this weeks Teddy Bo Challenge - Love is in the Air, what a great subject.  I chose 'Snuggle Cuddles' and coloured it using my ProMarkers.


Don't they just look so cute.  I used a combination of NitWit papers and pink card stock.  I stamped some little leaves on the image that co-ordinate with the green backing papers, added some lace and seam binding along with loads of flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts.  Finally I stamped a ticket sentiment and  just to finish added a little pearl heart.  Full details of everything I have used are listed below.

I decorated the inside of  my card to complement the front.



Image: TeddyBo - Snuggle Cuddles
Papers: NitWit - Cotton Candy Kisses 
Embellishments:  Wild Orchid Crafts - flowers
seam binding, lace and pearl heart from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges:


Thank you for looking today, any comments will be very much appreciated.

Pauline
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Friday, 12 August 2011

Crafting for all Seasons DT

Do you remember last week I applied to be a member of the Crafting for all Seasons DT Team, well guess what, I was lucky enough to be chosen.  How good is that, I can't wait to get started, my first card will be for Challenge 8 on August 24th.
 
 
Crafting For All Seasons has a fab challenge running at the moment - the theme is 'Tags' and the sponsor is...


Why don't you pop over and have a look at the gorgeous DT inspiration and give the challenge a go.

Hopefully I'll be back later with a card, I'm waiting for the boys to get home, they've been away for a few days and they took my camera with them.

See you soon.

Pauline
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Thursday, 11 August 2011

I Love Chocolate

Wow, these Thursdays certainly come round fast, it's Willow Sketchie Challenge day again.  This week it's Kate's turn to host and this is her lovely sketch:


We all used the 'I Love Chocolate' image available in the Willow Designs Shop, the digital download comes with one beautifully pre-coloured image and a black and white outlined image ideal for colouring with your ProMarkers also available in the shop.  I chose to use the pre-coloured image and continued the colour scheme with my papers and embellishments.


I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front


Image:  Willow Designs - I Love Chocolate
Papers:  Bearly Mine Designs Designer Extreme CD 
Tools:  Spellbinders - Parisian Motifs, Parisian Accents, Labels Fifteen and Standard Circles
Embellishments:  roses and pearls from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges

Shopping Our Stash Challenge 12 - Dogs OR digi stamps OR denim! - I used a digi stamp
Craft Us Crazy Challenge 14 - Anything Goes
Sketch N Stash Challenge 67 - new digi stamp/neglected Spellbinders dies and pearls
Stampavie and more Challenge 149  - Girlie
KB Cute Monday Challenge 24 - Anything goes with a digi

Don't forget to pop over to the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog and see what the other DT members have created.  Do have a go at this weeks challenge, you never know you might win a lovely prize.  Also pop over to the Willow Designs Shop and take a browse through the fabulous digi stamps, stock up on your Promarkers and check out the new Tilda Fabric panels.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Sunday, 7 August 2011

Roses for You

Another weekend is almost over, but just time to post my entry for this weeks LOTV Challenge - Roses.  I followed the sketch over at the Everybody-Art-Challenge, it was a nice one to work with.


I used the LOTV image 'Thomas - Big Bunch of Flowers' and  Papermania Rose Garden Papers, both of which feature 'roses'.  I also added a large rose and some rose buds as embellishments.  The little tag is a die cut from Crealies stamped with a LOTV sentiment.

I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front, there is a doily inside, the same as on the outside, but you can't see it in the photo.


 

Image:  LOTV Thomas - Big Bunch of Flowers
Papers:  Papermania Rose Garden
Tools:  Spellbinders Classic Squares, Crealies Label
Embellishments:  Wild Orchid Crafts doilies and flowers, ribbon, lace and rose buds  from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I apologise for the poor quality of the photographs, I ran out of natural light.

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:

The Paper Shelter Challenge 25 - Flowers, Flowers, Flowers
Thank you for looking today, any comments will be very much appreciated.

Pauline
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Saturday, 6 August 2011

At the Seaside

Good afternoon, or is it evening, I hope you're all having a great weekend.  I've just got back from watching my eldest son performing at a charity event in the local park  He sings and plays guitar in a group called Talking to Amy, it's quite a challenge playing in the open but they were brilliant.

It's my Dad's 85th birthday tomorrow and this is one of the cards I've made for my sons to give him.   It's always quite a challenge making cards for men and making cards for older men is even more difficult, I always feel you can't add very much in the way of embellishments.

The image is 'Sailing Boat' from Joanna Sheen's Fay Whitaker All Our Yesterdays collection.  I coloured it with ProMarkers and attempted to do the sky following a tutorial on Bev Rochester's blog, such a talented lady.  I think I got a bit carried away with the clouds, but it was my first attempt and practice does make perfect, or so they say.


I added a little raffia and some corrugated corners with buttons, then finished off with a couple of stamped sentiments from LOTV.

As usual I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front.


Image: Joanna Sheen All Our Yesterdays - Sailing Boat 
Papers: NitWit - In the Meadow
Embellishments:  corrugated card, buttons and raffia from my stash
Sentiment:  LOTV
 
I hope my Dad likes it.
 
I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges:
 
Stamps R Us Challenge  - Happy Birthday
CES Challenge 48 - Water It
Try it on Tuesday - From the Beach
 
Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

 
Pauline
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Friday, 5 August 2011

Crafting for all Seasons DT Call

This post is to display three of my cards for the DT call being held over at Crafting for all Seasons.  It wasn't easy to pick three but eventually I chose these:





I have been card making for about 20 months now and am certainly enthusiastic,  all my spare time is spent crafting.  My first love was CD crafting, decoupage in particular, until I discovered blogging and challenges, this introduced me to rubber stamps and digital stamps.  I love all aspects of crafting, enter various challenges and am a member of several craft forums.  I've had a blog for the past four months and usually post about 4 or 5 times per week.  Please take a look at the other cards on my blog.

I often enter the Crafting for all Seasons Challenge, I was lucky enough to be chosen as one of your Top 3 in Challenge 5 and would love to be part of your Design Team.

Thank you for looking.

Pauline
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Thursday, 4 August 2011

In The Garden

Good morning, it's Thursday and that means it's Willow Sketchie Challenge time again.  This week the team have been using the image 'Taking A Snooze' and following Sharon's Sketch.

Sharon decided to add some extras in addition to her sketch, she would like to see lots of layers and also something blue, something dimensional and something patterned.. You don’t need a Willow Designs image to take part but it would be good if you did.

This is the card that I made.


'Taking A Snooze' is a lovely image to work with, you can find it in the Willow Designs Shop, it comes as a black outlined image.  I printed the image twice and coloured it with ProMarkers also available in the shop.  I cut one image out and decoupaged  it onto the other image which I had cut out with a Spellbinders circle die.  I layered this onto a scalloped circle and another plain circle.



I rotated the sketch and made corrugated corners, added some buttons from my stash and a ribbon.  To finish I stamped a sentiment and layered this onto a small scalloped circle.

I decorated the inside of my card to complement the front.



Image:  Willow Designs - Taking A Snooze
Papers:  Bearly Mine Designs Designer Extreme CD 
Tools:  Spellbinders - Scalloped Circles, Standard Circles
Embellishments:  corrugated card, buttons, ribbon and raffia from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges

Polka Doodles Week 30 Challenge - In An English Country Garden
Prairie Fairy Fridays Challenge 58 - Inspiration Photo ( I took my inspiration from the colour)
Top Tip Tuesday Challenge 45 - Colour Challenge -  Blue, Green and Brown
Allsorts Week 114 - Free n Easy
Bearly Mine Challenge 16 - Charm the Spots off of You
CES Challenge 47 - Feeling The Blues
Ready-Teddy-Go Challenge 1 - Buttons and Bows
Creative Inspirations Challenge 65 - Summertime
Truly Scrumptious Challenge 62 - Buttons and Bows

Don't forget to pop over to the Willow Sketchie Challenge Blog and see what the other DT members have created.  Do have a go at this weeks challenge, you never know you might win a lovely prize.  Also pop over to the Willow Designs Shop and take a browse through the fabulous digi stamps available, stock up on your Promarkers and check out the new Tilda Fabric panels.

Thank you for looking, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

Pauline
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Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Oh Christmas Tree

Good morning everyone, I was going to post this card last night but it took me so long to clean up all the glitter that I got everywhere I ran out of time.

I made this card for this weeks LOTV challenge - a sketch by Domi.  I chose a Christmas image that I've had for a while and got a bit carried away with the glitter.   First I glittered the edges of the image and backing paper, then I decided to glitter the edge of the sentiment and as I'd already got glitter all over my craft room I thought I would coat some die cut snow flakes in glitter as well.


The backing papers are a free download from Jack Heath, pop over and take a look, she has loads of  free downloads.

I have decorated the inside of my card to complement the front.



Image:  LOTV Die Cut Square
Papers: Jack Heath free download
Tools:  Spellbinders - Scalloped Circles, Create-A-Flake Three
Embellishments:  glitter, ribbon and lace from stash
Sentiment:  LOTV

I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges:

CES Challenge 47 - Feeling The Blues
Crafty Creations Challenge 129 - Christmas in July


Thank you for looking today, any comments will be very much appreciated.

Pauline
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