This card is one of those that starts out with one idea and ends up changing track part way through. I was planning on going for spring colours, but somehow ended up looking more autumnal! In any case, this is my fifth card for the Coffee Lovers’ Blog Hop, and I decided to make a … More Congratulatory Tea | Coffee Lovers Blog Hop
I’m a little late sharing this project but… we have a new challenge at The Male Room! Our theme is hobbies, and I chose sailing or boating as the hobby for my card. Husband teased a bit because it’s not really the right kind of boat, but hey, it’s the thought that counts, right?
I’m a day late sharing my project for the new challenge at The Male Room, due to some technical difficulties, but better late than never! The theme for our challenge this time around is Pirates and I created a fun scene card for my design team project.
It’s time for a bit of a different post. I created four cards using just one stamp set, showcasing a variety of different techniques suitable for a range crafting levels. I’m using the Chubby Chums stamp set from Paper Smooches for this. And that’s not all – Paper Smooches are very kindly sponsoring my video, … More GIVEAWAY | One Stamp Set Four Ways | Chubby Chums | Video
We have a new sponsor joining us at the Cupcake Inspiration Challenge – Crafty Scrappers are a craft company based in India. They are offering two digital stamps to our randomly chosen winner. The theme of the challenge this time around is deserts, and you are open to interpret that however you like so long … More CIC 475 | Simple Masked Scene | Deserts | Crafty Scrappers
The Love From Lizi July card kit is so full of summery goodness. You may have already seen how I combined the tassels that came in the kit with some of the stamps and a touch of ink blending. They proved very popular! If you missed them you can find the blog post here and … More Summer Cards | Love From Lizi Card Kit July 2019 | 10 Cards 1 Kit | Video
I was on the Blank Page Muse blog this morning sharing a fun card featuring an aged focal point. If you haven’t seen it yet you can find it here. There are photos of the process, and you can see the finished card over there too, so I hope you’ll check it out!