Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Stepper Card at Back to Basics and Beyond

Thank you to everyone who has joined in the first six challenges , and welcome to the today's Challenge at Back to Basics and Beyond this fortnight we would like to see a Simple Stepper card, there are lots of ideas on Pinterest.

I decided to use a topper from Hunkydory and cut my side stepper base to suit it's measurements.A music die from Crafter's Companion (I thought the robin looked as though he was singing his heart out and it would be the perfect embellishment )and Poinsettia from Tattered lace to finish it off.

We would love you to join in, pop over to the challenge site and see the other Design Team makes , look forward to seeing you there.

Challenges O the robin is on the lamp I seem to get more pleasure from making Christmas cards

Sunday, 8 July 2018

A Gardener's World

Today our challenge at CD Sunday was chosen by Pamela, and is A Gardener's World. I would love to have time to sit and relax in the garden, but there always seems to be so much to do.

Head on over to the challenge and see the other DT cards then please join us, as long as you use an element from a CD and name the CD you used you will be eligible for a top 3 pick and a prize from Pamela, I look forward to seeing your creations.


Saturday, 7 July 2018

Totally Girly

This month at Crafty Calendar we are sponsored by Pink Gem Designs and Crafty Ribbons our theme is " Totally Girly"  My card uses the image Snail Home provided by our sponsor and is paper pieced digitally using Nitwit Collections papers.Now it may not appear to be very girly but it is for a neighbours daughter who has just had a very fancy play house built for her, so a card suitable for that.

Do drop in to be inspired the DT cards for this month, hope to see you there.

Thursday, 5 July 2018

Bah Humbug

This card was given to my elder son last Christmas but never blogged, he has a Bah Humbug attitude to giving cards, spends a fortune on gifts but point blank refuses to buy card. Luckily he has a sense of humour and this didn't bother him in the slightest, I think he was rather proud of it honestly.