Sunday, 25 July 2010

Daisy, Daisy - Oh and Buttercup

Sorry I know it's blurry but I could not resist the lovely picture of my Daisy, of course I am biased as she is one of my precious little girls! not sure where lilly is?

Anyway I have made a card today, I know I hear you a shout Woo hoo!  back into my flowers at the moment and this idea was from the lovely blog by Joanne do pop over and take a look as she makes the most beautiful cards.  I used various Woodware punches  for the daisies and the leaves and an x-cut for the buttercups. Another lovely sunny day and not much achieved by me. Oh well not to worry perhaps the housework fairies will appear over night... Yea right I can dream, but wouldn't that be nice. Bye for now and happy crafting.

Sunday, 18 July 2010

Shadow stamping

Not sure what the weather is doing today! Its bright n breezy, which is nice. I know I have loads of cards to make so I had better get my act together. I have had such a busy week and been out every evening! 
I love this technique of shadow stamping, I was really impressed with the finished card. We used a Hero Arts block stamp in white Stazon and then stamped over the top with a green Versa magic ink. Then added a few pearls for effect. The background was made by stamping green on the green card.

This is the other card we made using the same technique.

This is the fab new studio at the Glitterpot, not quite finished but nearly there! As you can see we were all hard at work and deep in thought except me snapping piccies when they were not paying attention.

And of course one on the lovely teacher Jane Gill

Bye for now and I will be back soon I promise. xx

Sunday, 4 July 2010

Toppers with Tapestry Stamps

Sorry for being a bad blogger! Here are the toppers as promised made with Jane Gill as part two of the class. We made these gorgeous toppers using the Tapestry stamps and Kaleidacolour ink pads. I really enjoy using these stamps.Hope you are all enjoying the warm weather.