This week at Watercooler Wednesdays Heidi is hosting our challenge, which is an anything masculine goes challenge. I made this birthday card a few weeks ago and hadn’t been very happy with it at the time. But as I was thinking about what to do for this challenge I came across the card again. Having … More Watercooler Wednesday Challenge 141 – Heidi’s Masculine “Anything Goes” Challenge
My dad recently turned 60, so of course I had to make a special card for him! This is what I came up with. My dad likes trains, and has quite a collection of train pictures that filled our hallway in my childhood home. The particular pictures he collected are known for having a mouse … More Watercooler Wednesday Challenge #140 – Libby’s All About Birthdays Challenge
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about creating more scene backgrounds. I like putting together scenes but when it comes to creating the backgrounds my brain goes a bit blank. I want to do it, but I’m not sure where to start! I experimented a bit with this card, though I kept the scene itself … More Yappy Day
It’s very rare for me to make a card that doesn’t have any stamping on it, but that’s exactly what I did today! I had the idea for this card and really wanted to let the strip from the die cuts take centre stage.
It’s a new week and that means is the start of a new Merry Monday challenge! This week Sue is hosting and she’s asked us to create a card with a tag on it, with texture, bling and die cuts involved! This was a challenge for me as I usually lean towards clean and simple designs, and … More Blue and Gold Christmas – MM 257
I went to ballet classes as a child. From when I was about 2 years old until I was 10 or 11. I ended up stopping because we were approaching the level that we’d start learning pointe, and I’d heard horror stories about what that does to your feet… I didn’t want to do that! … More Ballerina Blue
This card has a little more going on than I usually prefer. I think it’s fun to change things up occasionally, and try something different! I only had a rough idea what I wanted to make when I started this card, and I allowed it to develop as I went.