Friday, 27 August 2010

This is a card I made for a 60th birthday. It was being sent round the office so I needed to make it A4 size. I decided to make an easel card (to cut down the amount of space I had for stamping and decorating.

I used a flower fairy stamp (with Iris) coloured in with Copics markers. I also layered it with papers and embossed paper using the cuttlebug.

I then made a booklet inside for people to put wishes on etc.

Thursday, 26 August 2010

I spent the wednesday (25 Aug) at Scrapbook Sisters who had a shop crop. Having finished a recent project started at their 5th birthday bash (i'll post pics soon on that) I decided to make a few cards.

I started all of these cards on the crop day but have since finished them at home.

With the exception of the girl with the umbrella all of the stamped images are Sugar Nellie :) All are coloured with Copic markers.

Sunday, 22 August 2010

not my normal thing scrapbooking

Now I don't normally scrapbook although I have lots of photo's and papers! I have also been to a couple of classes recently at Scrapbook Sisters. Here are a few pages.

Made these two cards with some new supplies I purchased at The Range. I stamped the image with brown Magenta, (I nearly always use black), so I could colour in with Copiscs. The paper is cream and quiet porous so using different paper would probably have made the shading a bit better.

Friday, 20 August 2010

This is a mounted stamp quiet nice for male cards :).

Sugar Nellie and Copic Markers

These are also both Sugar Nellie stamps but are also coloured in with Copic markers which I have started to experiment with. It can be quiet tough getting the shading!

Thursday, 19 August 2010

Manga Girl - Sugar Nellie Stamp

While crafting at Scrapbook Sisters I purchased a Sugar Nellie Manga Girl stamp. This sort of got me hooked on Sugar Nellie Stamps and I purchased a number on a website I found.

Here's a couple I made with the Manga Girl stamp:

Sunday, 8 August 2010

More old cards

I made this card using chipboard lettering and dragon papers.

I have a 3 stamps like this of either beach views or light-houses. I do enjoy using them and tend to resort to using them for mens cards - which I find hard to make!

I like cats and I think this stamp is great its been stamped near the edge and thenhalf the cat has been cut out.

For this card I used metalic chalks and a stencil leaving the centre of the stencil empty so I could put the rub-on happy xmas.