Thursday, August 28, 2008

Christening Card

This is a quick and simple card to make (After I made my own backing paper with the word christening over and over again) printed onto vellum in grey. I used gold peels off the the message and I used stamps for the hands and embossed them in gold.

Birthday card

A bit of decoupage for this one and some peel offs. (I know not all crafters like peel offs but I think sometimes they can finish the card off, they are useful for quick and easy cards too!)

Fairy Atc and Forest Box

The idea behind this is that fairies live in the forest and this is what I came up with for a circle of friends for August for Audrey.
You cant see it on the pictures but I used Sakura silver stardust pen with water so all the panels are sparkly (like fairy dust! if you believe that is lol!!!!!)
I hope you like it Audrey!

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Cute Penguin Christmas card.

This is my first christmas card of the year and I probably wont do any more until december now lol! This is from crafters companion festive occasions cd rom. So quick and very easy to do.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Two quick male cards

Top Card
I have used one of my swirl backgrounds using the shaving foam
and a googled image of the Wii remote. I have decoupaged the remote a little.
Bottom Card
This is also a googled image of a pair of tigers and edged with a silver pen.
Stamped the greeting and the paw prints in black ink.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Exploding box - for a baby girl

As you can see this is for a baby girl.
I have used some baby stamps and pink card stock and embellished each square with some kind of baby themed stamp. I have coloured them in using whisper strokes pens.
The lid have used tea bagged folded papers and a pink teddy button for the center and I used shrink plastic for the dangling bits with some silver thread and pink and white beads.
For the top layer I decided to leave space for all the details, Name, date, weight and time.
To finish inside the box I was kindly given a template for the shoe and the idea to put the shoe in the middle from Fran.