Sunday, 20 March 2011

Oh what a lovely sunny weekend, spring is finally here (I hope) I have been blog hopping today as I am completley stuck for ideas right now.
Did it help? Ha no way, I saw so many amazing creations I said to myself oh heck I can't do anything that good and sat down in a bigger funk than I started with. :(

It will hit me again i'm sure but until then I guess its back to the drawing board.

This is a tissue box that I decopatched. This involves tearing paper and glueing it down. The pper is decopatch paper and is stronger and has a nice finish to it. You can buy ready made object like this one of cover everything in your house. It covers metal, card, wicker, fabric, wood, plastic and i'm pretty sure anything else you fancy covering.
It is completely water proof and a lovely craft to try.

Sunday, 13 March 2011

Another very simple card, I seem to have little time for card making and this means I am doing quick cards.
This is a small stamped image, coloured with my precious pro markers.

A close view of the easel card.

My first ever easel card. I coloured the image with pro markers and used a ribbon punch by martha stewart.

A birthday card for a friends daughter, it was using the same things as my last card. It was very last minute, about 20 mins to do it so I just had to stick to what I had dome before. The bear is a 3D sticker along with he sentiment in the corner and the butterfly.

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Sunday, 27 February 2011

A forever friends sticker from the pink parfait range stuck on a white scalloped circle I cut using my cuttlebug, I stuck this on a larger scalloped circle with paper from the pink parfait paper pack. I stuck paper along the bottom of a scalloped card blank this paper was from the same range as the pink. I cut another small scalloped circle which I stuck a silver birthday message. I stuck a silver border along the pattened paper and stuck my circles down. 3 gems at the top and all done.
I made this card using a Tag template I downloaded then covered in orange paper from my local craft shop. I used some ready made embelishments (Mark Richards collection) to decorate the tag. I Used my crop a dile to put an eyelet at the top and threaded with ribbon. I then stuck it at an angle on the right side of a square card blank. I stuck the same paper I used on the tag down the left side of the card. With a stripped line of sticky ribbon alongside it. I stuck a message at the top also from the Mark richards collection.
How bad have I been? I can't believe how long ago I last blogged.

Bad, bad Emma