Thursday, August 26, 2010
Hello again, for this card I have been playing with the Martha Stewart doily punch, the idea for the lace around the circle I got from the very talented Norma. I then needed some tiny flowers to put into my wheelbarrow so I made some small simple flowers and cut a small slit into the barrow to poke the stems of the flowers through to the back, I coloured the wheelbarrow with copic markers.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
For this card I inked up my Argyle cuddlebug folder with Memento Rich Cocoa ink, then placing my piece of biege cardstock right side against the ink before running it through my cuttlebug. I then stamped some swirls with gold ink onto some black paper which I cut into strips to use for the horses mane area. I had been wanting to do some more iris folding on my cards and with Father's Day coming up it seemed like a good enough reason.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
My ever generous friend Angie sent me some bits to get me started which also helped me to look out for the things I needed to buy.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Sunday, August 15, 2010
Saturday, August 14, 2010
I just adore these little girls, they are from the very talented Suzanne Woolcott, and I have coloured this one (Guardian angel) with Prisma pencils and OMS.
The flowers I made, and are Penny's Pride by Angie, and I have placed them all onto a strip of a Martha Stewart punch.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
I needed a card for a male friend, something I always have trouble coming up with ideas for, so I decided to keep it fairly simple by revisiting an older technique of 3D or decoupage.
I just sponged some ink around the white layer and cut a frame to fit over the 3D layer.
Monday, August 9, 2010
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Ice/ballet princess Tilda was coloured with Prisma Pencils and OMS the watering can I coloured with copics.
The lace border was made with Martha Stewards doily lace border punch and I learned how to do it from Norma's Blog.
The flowers I made myself and learned how to do from the very talented Angie.
The card was made for an online friend.