Monday, February 9, 2015

Cheery Lynn Alpine Flourish Die

Hi all,
Just popping by to share a card I created using the Alpine Flourish Doily die from Cheery Lynn Designs.

It's a fairly simple card but the intricate nature of the flourish die (in blue) behind the white panel sets the whole card off beautifully and the double satin bow adds that finishing touch.
I have a couple of these Alpine Flourish dies available in the shop if you wish to add one to your collection.
Have a great week and happy crafting!

Friday, January 30, 2015

An afternoon with friends

Thanks for a lovely afternoon Stacey, Judy, Jean and Ali. Caitlyn loved having a swim.
It was wonderful meeting your lovely mum Stacey and i'm still giggling at Ali telling us about her work call..... OMG!!! 

This is such a nice photo of the two of us Stacey, my favourite so far!

Not quite sure what Ali was doing? But Judy looks ready to catch her!

A great shot of Stacey and her mum Judy who is visiting from the UK.

Me and Jean.

Jonathon, Charlotte, Trinity and Caitlyn.

The kids cooling down.

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Thursday, January 29, 2015

playing around

I've been playing around with some new supplies, I think the new feather stamps/dies might be my new favourite.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

one die, two cards

It's always good to use those more specialized dies in new and different ways but while making a wedding card a friend asked me to make her a simple card for a same sex wedding. Hmmmm, I haven't had that request before but hey, I was up for the challenge!

So these are the two cards I completed using the same Cheery Lynn die.
The light is not that great on the first image image,

So easy! I just trimmed the bride away, cut another groom and used the reverse side so that both grooms were facing each other. No extras were required except for the sentiment so this was simple.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

leftovers into cards

Today I couldn't join my crafty friends for all day craft day so instead I created at home. I have a container that has been accumulating leftover stamped & diecut goodies throughout last year so I challenged myself to only use items on my cards from this container.

I created some pre stamped & embossed cards as bases and used a pile of pre stamped and cut flowers (All Stampin Up) and a pile of leftover greenery.

My container has now got a lot more room and I created nine cards.
Not a bad effort in one day aye girls? See you all on Thursday :-)

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Die Cut Sentiments

Have you tried using diecut sentiments on your cards? My favourite sentiments are available in dies produced by Cheery Lynn Designs. These super slim steel cutting dies are finely detailed but very robust and can be used in most die cutting machines. I use mine in my Cuttlebug & Grand Calibur. I also love the way that the diecut ejects from Cheery Lynn dies much easier than a lot of other brands of dies....That has to be a bonus!
You can view the sentiments dies we currently stock HERE

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Lots of Flowers

Three of the cards I completed this week, I had previously stamped quite a few flowers and i just wanted to use them up so I played and these are the end result.

I have used the following products on my cards.
Stippled Blossoms stamps & Square Lattice embossing folder (Stampin Up), Cheery Lynn Hello die, Cheery Lynn Happy Birthday Dies, Spellbinders Elegant Labels 4.and a Martha Stewart Border Punch.

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