January 20, 2017

Congratulations!

 I'm still on holidays and LOVING IT!!  Although there is always a little time to get in the craftroom...!!!  I am a big fan of the inlaid technique and today's card is a classic example that your card doesn't have to be too bulky with layers when using your dies.  What I love about this card is that you can make a few at a time with the "left over bits" just mix and match and set the sentiment to match your occasion.. (I am all about quick and easy have you noticed!!!)
Head on over to Scrapbook Boutique to buy the FABULOUS MFT square stitched dies ♥♥♥ and a run down on the how to as well!!  Hope it is warm where you are!!




January 1, 2017

Happy New Year!!!

Happy 2017 to you!!! And may the year ahead be all that you wish! Health, wealth and happiness to you and your families ♥

I hope we have a nice hot summer here as the last summer was pretty average!  I have a card today befitting the start of a new year and I hope there is not too many sore heads today......
I have masked the letters of the Lawn Fawn Quinn's alphabet so they are overlapping and filled them in with the gold wink of stella.  Scrapbook Boutique  will have all the details and products used for this card.



* trim neenah white card stock 10cm x 28cm and fold in half portrait.
*Stamp letters needed with on sticky post it notes and individually cut each one out.
*I stamp the middle letter out first so I get a good idea of middle and placement of my sentiment.
* place sticky not with corresponding letter to mask and then stamp new letter either side.
* Repeat until all sentiment is stamped.
*Colour in with gold wink of Stella.
*Stamp Altenew 'Celebrate' with black onxy and cut out leaving a little white border.
* adhere with foam dots just beneath sentiment.
*Randomly adhere sequins diagonally along card and pop some bling in centre of a few.





December 20, 2016

May all your Christmases be White

5 more sleeps until Santa visits :)

Funny story about this card...... I made the "bauble' with the Ranger white enamel dots and they were PERFECT!!! I was jumping up and down and patting myself on the back at how AWESOME I was!! Then I placed my handiwork on the table to dry and accidentally put something over the top and it all stuck to it arggghhh I did it again, but this time I used pearls as well to give it some texture.
No Dramas all done and then once I had taken a pic, the bow was a little loose, so I grabbed my trusty glossy accents to adhere that sucker good!  I gave the top a little tug and the WHOLE bottle spilled over the top of the card...... just wasn't meant to be :)  Anyway head on over to Scrapbook Boutique to purchase all the product used and see instructions too.






* Trim neena white cardstock 10cm x 28 cm and fold in half and set aside
* Trim red cardstock 10cm x 14cm 
* Die cut with Spellbinders nestabilities circles.  One black and a smaller one in red.
* randomly place pearls on red die cut circle
* With Ranger Enamel dots Glacier White randomly squirt dots all over red die cut and leave to dry.
* die cut MFT bow in black cardstock and assemble.
* Stamp sentiment along center bottom with black onyx versafine.
* Once dry, adhere top circle to bottom circle and leave a little off centre.
* Foam dots on the back of the black and adhere to red cardstock base.
*adhere some red cord  just underneath the black circle and wind around to back of red card.
* Sandwich between base and front with double sided tape.
*Adhere bow with glossy accents to keep secure.



December 13, 2016

A gift card is always appreciated :)

Hi there!  As usual, I am way behind with my Christmas gifts and I know that money or a gift card is always appreciated.  I decided to make a few gift card envelopes in anticipation of my "go to" presents!!  They are super easy to make and quick too!  I have gone with the cliche Santa's belt for this one but you could use a variety of colours and a circle punch with the recipient's initial (if you were making a few)  head on over to Scrapbook Boutique for the details on how to make and products used too!






December 1, 2016

Christmas....A time for making memories :)

Hello there!! I must be getting old because all I say on the first of every month, I say "Goodness, it's (insert month) already....hasn't this year gone fast!"  SERIOUSLY THOUGH so fast!!  I am going to start my December Daily today (again) and hopefully I will be able to finish it.  I did it last year.  I bought everything, binder, plastic folders, inserts, took photos, developed photos but just didn't put it all together (it is on my to do list).......

I absolutely love how this card turned out!!  I looks very pretty♥   Head on over to Scrapbook Boutique  for all the details on this card as well as products used too!!





* Trim Neenah white cardstock 10cm x 28 cm and fold in half
* Die cut Spellbinders Flag (this will be our tree base)
* With the snowflake die cut Teresa Collins Nine & Co Shine paper.  It has a gorgeous gold stripe and perfect shimmer look for the tree.
* Adhere randomly with glossy accents to cover the whole tree base.
* once dry, turn over and with scissors cut off the overhang, so you have tree shape.
* Adhere with glossy accents Tinsel & Co Sequins randomly over "tree" and in each sequin pop in a little red bling.
* Die cut smallest MFT star with gold glitter paper and adhere to top of tree.
* Stamp sentiment along centre bottom of card with versafine black onyx
*raise tree with foam dots and adhere just above the sentiment.