Saturday, September 29, 2012

Chysanthenum Die

Hello, Kaaren from FatCats sent me this lovely Chrysanthemum Die Versions 121 Die
 to play with and here are two cards I have made using it.

  For this one I first stamped around the edge of the blue card with Salty Ocean Distress Ink (love that blue) and a Stamp-It  stamp called Flower Corner, then sponged ink around the edges over that
I also inked around the center square card and the center and outer edges of the chrysanthemum die.
Added a matching brad and I was done.

My  next one was done on purple card and using Dusty Concord Distress ink to distress the edges.
I then cut out several of the Chrysanthemum Die Versions 121 Die and cut out different sections of it to give four different looks added a few flat backed pearls and my card was done.

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Friday, September 14, 2012

Just to Say

Hello bloggers, I have another card to share using the Sarah Kay Babette stamp.

I have coloured her with copics, the kitty is actually gray but the camera has chosen to show it in blue.
I used the Cuttlebug embossing folder Bird Call and used the one of the Easy Folder Frames for the sentiment section.
Roses were made with the Royal Rose Die-namics Die and leaves are the Marianne Creatables leaves 1 die LR0226.
Corner is Cheery Lynn Die Lace Deco Set B
Grass is a Fiskars border punch.

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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Dutch Canary Blog

Hello Everyone

Krista Smith from Saturated Canary has drawn a sweet Dutch girl digital image for the new Dutch Canary Challenge Blog, you can get the image free  through email if you are a  follower and use the image to enter the September Challenge.

Here is my card using the lovely image, being a dutch born girl I just love her.

I coloured her with copics, cut her out with Spellbinders Labels eleven.
The doily is a Cheery Lynn die.
Corners are cuttlebug.
I made the tulips using the Cheery Lynn Large Rose Die B155

My photography seems to be getting worse, but you get the idea - right?

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