Happy Monday, everyone! It’s time for a new Cupcake Inspiration Challenge, and this time around it is a colour challenge. The colours we’re playing with for the next fortnight are black, yellow and white. We are also sponsored by Kitty Bee Designs for this challenge, and one randomly chosen winner will get their choice of … More Cow In The Moon – CIC 450
We have a fun new challenge at Incy Wincy Designs starting today. Our sponsor for this challenge is Polkadoodles, and one lucky winner will win three digi stamps of their choice. As always our challenge is open to your interpretation – you could make a card with butterflies or birds, flying insects, planes, or – … More Flying Hedgehog – IWD Things That Fly
This week at Merry Monday we have a colour challenge. Debbie picked an inspiration image with some brightly coloured baubles, and is challenging us to make cards using three of the colours. I decided to use the two shades of blue along with the lighter green for my card featuring an adorable penguin couple in … More Penguins In The Snow – MM 269
I am so excited to be able to announce that I am joining another design team! I was lucky enough to be picked to join The Male Room, and this is my first post for the new position. The Male Room is wonderful because it specialises in masculine cards which is something a lot of … More Lighthouse at Sunset – TMR 72
I’m back with another Design Team card for the latest Cupcake Inspirations Challenge. It took me a while to work out what I wanted to do for this prompt. I went back and forth on a couple of ideas, but then I came up with this one and knew it was what I needed to … More Christmas Night (With Video) – CIC 425
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.