Friday, 30 May 2008
Thursday, 29 May 2008
Sunday, 25 May 2008
Saturday, 24 May 2008
Thursday, 22 May 2008
Wednesday, 21 May 2008
What indeed - The quickest way I've found to use them is to add them to your cards or tags like toppers.
Or you could put them in groups and put them in photo frames or shadow boxes.
I've even seen them made into fabulous pieces of jewellery although I haven't tried this yet. What do you do with your inchies???
Sunday, 18 May 2008
Friday, 16 May 2008
This Thursday, it's all about....
I was delighted to be approached by Tracey of Rattytattysblog to be part of her design team on her exciting new challenge blog. Susie from http://www.whiteribboncards.blogspot.com/ is my team mate. Tracey is a very busy crafter and is always trying out new techniques and crafts and has great vision for her new challenge blog. It will be open to any form of art or craft be it paper, beads, materials, ceramics ......the list is endless.
Tracey has wasted no time in getting sponsors lined up to be involved with this exciting new blog and we have our first Guest Designers ready and waiting. Julie, from ArtyGirlz and Inspirational blog - will be our first Designer.
The blog is still in development but Tracey has also organised a chat room where you can come and suggest things you'd like to see or just to chat with other like minded bloggers! We will be announcing the launch of the chatroom on our blogs in the near future.
If you would like to be a sponsor of this exciting new challenge blog or if you would like to take part as a Guest Designer, whatever your craft, please e mail the team on email@example.com with craft areas you are experienced in and a link to your blog.
Thursday, 15 May 2008
I love the criss cross card technique - and this was one I started ages ago but couldn't think how to finish off. I used some pieces from SU scrapping sets and Laura Ashley embellishment tin. The little heart locket is from Molly Daydream. I've used paper to edge the bottom of the card and completed the look by using it again on the insert. The stamped sentiment is SU.
I wanted to do a canvas of our trip to Rome and got some inspiration today. I decided to put the photo in black and white as there is enough colour in the embellishments and it shows off the picture better. I've used Stampin Up's Simply Scrappin set here for the papers and some of the embellishments - this set is called Secret Garden. The letter stickers are by Cloud 9 Design and continue the Italian theme as they are called Milan! The flowers is from my new Laura Ashley tin. I'll leave it on the table it the lounge this evening and see how long it takes for the family to spot it!
Tuesday, 13 May 2008
Monday, 12 May 2008
Wednesday, 7 May 2008
Friday, 2 May 2008
This is a Cherry Pie Art Stamp - isn't it fabulous? Marina does some fabulous stamps if you haven't heard of them before - I would recommend checking them out.
This image was taken from a little book of ATC's I was given last year - I knew it would come in handy! LOL
This is a Stampin Up stamp set.