I have a very quick card to share with you. Quick, but fun! I received a new card kit a couple of hours ago. Crafty Ola‘s Kit of the Month for August, which is called “Sail with me“. Of course I wanted to have a play with it, but I didn’t have a lot of … More Dreams Set Sail
Today I have another card to share which I made with the Scrapping For Less pirate and mermaid themed June card kit. There are no mermaids or pirates on this card though! Instead I created a sweet watercolour scene with a jellyfish, seahorse and a variety of fish.
Today’s post is a bit special because it has a video! I’ve been wanting to make videos of my cards for quite a while, and I finally worked out a rig that worked well enough for the filming. It’s not perfect and I definitely have room to improve, but I had fun doing it and … More Unicorn Slider (With Video)
I procrastinated on this card. Whilst most procrastination (at least mine) is unnecessary, this was particularly so. I’d actually created most of the elements of the card this morning before work, so there was very little to do. If I’d got on with it instead of procrastinating then maybe I would have actually been able … More Wishing You Rainbows
Interactive cards are a lot of fun! It’s so satisfying to play with them after finishing creating. I’ve made a few types of interactive cards – mostly shakers but I’ve also done a slider as well as a spinner card. Today I had a go at another type of interactive card – a pull tab card!
This card really took me outside my comfort zone. I’m not entirely sure how I feel about it… There is absolutely no stamping on this. Everything you see I did by hand (aside from the die cut window, that is).
This card took me quite a long time to make, and I’ll explain why in a moment! It’s my interpretation of the current layout from CAS(E) This Sketch, combined with DRS Designs‘ challenge to incorporate sun rays, and The Paper Players request for a source of light.