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Sunday, 19 June 2011

Sugar Nellie Vintage Baby

I thought I might make a baby card to have ready for next month when my nephew 's wife is due to have her third child and this Sugar Nellie stamp that I bought last year but haven't used yet (naughty me!) but I just love it it's so sweet. Trust me to start off with all things blue, I have coloured the image with my Promarkers and of course it looks like a little boy, cute don't you think? Guess what I'm off now to make another but in pinks this time as Annabell's baby is a girl, oh well I enjoyed making this one anyway. Hope she likes the pink one I will make for her
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LOTV Stamp *Garden of Wishes*

Good morning Sunday bloggers, sunshine and showers here in the north west, finally I am able once again to blog to my hearts content as I have been without my PC for exactly one week but now IT'S BACK!!
My eldest son has revamped it for me all singing all dancing can't keep up with it  GOOD STUFF hey? now the everlasting question? For how long? nope shouldn't tempt fate, well I'm just grateful its back.
This is the card I made for my youngest sons girlfriend for her birthday, I used a LOTV stamp and a Marianne Design CreaTables die, the background  paper I made using marbling inks from My Craft Studio which I really enjoyed working with and had great fun creating different pieces of card in different colours. I'm sure I will be using more of these on my cards in the very near future.

Monday, 6 June 2011

This is another card made for one of the classes this week. It's a 7x7 pink pearl card and the flower is a double sided peel-off covered in black Cosmic Shimmer glitter which is lovely and fine, the swirls are cut from a Marianne Die on the the Grand Calibure in silver mirror card
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4 Draw Easel Box Card

Well just look at that! it's diner time already where oh where has this morning gone. I have been finishing off a card I started yesterday which I will post later on today if all goes to plan, but in the meantime I just wanted to show you these easel style box type cards that I made over the last two weeks at work, they will be a class later on in June I think. Each one has four little draws that pull out with the ribbon for the handles. I have used a variety of background papers, card stock cutting dies and M S punches, a touch of distress ink of course and some card candy. hope the ladies in the classes will enjoy making them, not too much stress lol :)
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