I’ve been busy at work this weekend to get this special post ready for you. I recently backed a Kickstarter campaign from Heffy Doodle and when I received the stamp sets from the release I knew I wanted to challenge myself to make ten cards with them. I had a few ideas immediately and made … More 10 Cards 1 Release With Heffy Doodle Stamps (With Video)
It’s time for another Merry Monday! This week Nina is setting the challenge, and she’s asked everyone to make a card based on their favourite holiday film. This one took a lot of thought for me, because I couldn’t think of one! Then my husband reminded me of Nightmare Before Christmas and as I really … More Nightmare Before Christmas – MM 256
Can you believe that I still haven’t finished sharing all the cards I made with the June Scrapping For Less card kit?! I’ve shared nine so far, and still have four more to share after this one. I should probably get on with sharing them all… I even still have enough bits of the kit … More Mermaid For Each Other – SFL Pirates and Mermaids Kit
I enjoy mixing and matching stamp sets. I like playing with different things and seeing how they go together. For this card I used stamps from three different set. Unusually for me though they are all from the same stamp company! I really enjoyed making this card, though it was very time consuming. There was … More Hello Gnome
Those of you who follow my Facebook page will have already seen a sneak peek of this card. I did most of the colouring during my break at work, but then ended up getting delayed finishing it once I was home. Hence the glare and subpar lighting in the final photographs… Also I’m not sure … More Forest Friends
There was more than one occasion making this card that I really thought I had ruined it. I initially started working on it in a few spare minutes before I left for work, but for some reason when I got home I kept putting off getting it done. In the end it was quite late … More Merry & Bright Penguins
I enjoy making scene cards. Often when I make them they have a fair bit of dimension to them, as the different layers are popped up on top of each other. Today I took a different approach. Despite the appearance of dimension this card is completely flat, all thanks to the inlay die cutting technique.