QFTD256 ~ Celebration by sistersandie - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
Congratulations to you 'inkydiva' our new Queen! I had a few lovely cards short listed but went monochrome with this one, it's a great layout. http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/760206?&cat=500&ppuser=121615 I kept the overall design and added a die cut sentiment. I bought this card and matching paper from Payperbox this morning - it is so wonderful - better IRL of course!
Inspire... In Loving Memory Of A Fabulous Crafter!
Morning.. So a few weeks ago Carol from Crafting For All Seasons emailed the old DT that Dawn Austin had worked with and asked if we would take part in a challenge in her memory.. The 2nd Birthday of Crafting For All Seasons. Of course I said yes!! The theme is for this challenge is Think Pink Dawn passed away in February after an epic battle against cancer. Here is my tribute to a wonderful crafter! Card Recipe: Hearts: Sizzix DP: Stampin Up Twitterpatted Sentiment: Stampin Up Hope you can…
Hi, well it's a lovely sunny day here today, shame I'm off to work in a bit :) Just a quick update with a few odds and ends I've been doing, I know I've failed miserably to keep my blog updated, I tend to put all my photographs of my work on Facebook and forget to post on my blog. As I'm now part of the Tattered lace design team and we have started doing blog challenges, hopefully it will make me keep more up to date. Again I apologise for the rubbish photographs, I'm hoping to get some…
65 Unforgettable Valentine Cards Ideas Homemade - Page 61 of 65 - Besthomedecors.info
61 Unforgetable Valentine Cards Ideas Homemade
PP129: CAS Valentine
Today's card is inspired by The Paper Players' Clean and Simple Sketch Challenge 129. I am so excited to share this with you because this card is even more clean and more simple than I am accustomed to, and I love it! No colored card stock, and all neutrals. One simple
Wedding Shaker Card
Hello! I've been occupied with other things so I haven't had time to post too much for a while. My last project for this month is this wedding card that I designed and created for one of my nephews who got married this month. The wedding was in northern Georgia and the reception was held in a barn. It was so quaint and positively charming! May the beautiful bride and handsome groom have many, many years of wedded bliss! I decided to make my card in ivory (GKD Ivory) instead of the tradition…