Sunday, 28 February 2010
This week is an extra special "LGS group on craftbubble" challenge. We have the kind offer from Sharon to give to one lucky person the downlaod Alfie and the postbox. Pop over to our group and see what they have been up to. I have chosen to make my interpretation into a handbag card. Here is the sketch and my bag! Our twist is to get digital! Use digi stamps and digi papers!
I'm so behind with my blogging antics! I have just been too busy to do any. I have now only just had time to reveal the whole card from this weeks WSC challenge. Pop over to the blog to take a look at all the DT creativity. Here is the full reveal of my card.
Wednesday, 24 February 2010
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Willow sketchie peaking post!
Thursday tomorrow and you know what that means folks? It means it's time for Sharon of lovely Willow designs to show you another of her fabulous downloads. This week the design team have been working with another such fabby download and to tempt your tastebuds here is a sneaky peak of what's in store. Pop over to the willow sketchie challenge tomorrow to see what's occuring!
Well I scheduled some posts to appear today and it seems they have vanished. this seems to be happening elsewhere. who or what is interfering with blogger????? Grr, so sorry you can't see my Willow sketchie sneaky post today. :(
Sunday, 21 February 2010
Saturday, 20 February 2010
Thursday, 18 February 2010
Well, after my little teaser yesterday it's only fair to show you the full reveal today! Here he is in all his beautiful fluffiness! This is Alfie and the postbox download and he can be found in Sharon's shop.
Our design team set to work with a fab sketch from Heidi and please go and take a look at the Willow sketchie design team blog where you can see how we have all played with Sharon's beautiful downloads and come up with some very different ideas.
I chose to make an easel card with mine and used the flower shaped Alfie images, glossy accented to hold the easel card open. I have stitched the edges to add interest and added a simple white button to lift the colours.
I do hope you like it. As for me I love this little bird and I think it's so versatile as either a birthday card, or keep in touch or in fact any occassion that requires sending a card, you are only limited by your imagination!
Wednesday, 17 February 2010
I still continue to send my friend Teresa a card every month...well most months as to be honest it's been a bit hectic since Christmas. Here I have used an image form the Jayne Netley-Mayhew cdrom. The challenge Teresa set us was to use animals. As Teresa loves her chickens here's the one I sent ot her!. x
Sunday, 14 February 2010
I have some very exciting news. I have been asked by the lovely Sharon to join the Willow skecthie challenge blog. This really is a great honour and I get to work with Sharon's fabulous artwork. Come over and take a peek to see what's on offer there and also pop a download in your cart as she has some gorgeous little characters on sale and they are an absolute bargain. xx I shall now have to go off and make a card to celebrate!! xx
Saturday, 13 February 2010
Every now and again you need a card in a hurry! Now today has been one such occassion! In times of quickness I turn to my cd collection which is quite large and I can spend many a happy hour just admiring the images and backing papers. So here's two cards I have made. One for my hubby for Valentine's Day and one for my best friend's wedding anniversary!
Morning! Well, another Saturday and another sketch over on the LGS group challenge on Craftbubble. This week Lauren really stretched our grey matter and provided us with a lovely sketch and a twist to take us right out of our comfort zones! The twist this week was to have stamping on your card somewhere but not a stamped image and to make your own embellishments the central feature. I have made a handbag, wrapped some cord around the handel for texture and added a huge flower as the decoration on it. I have stamped a random purple pattern all over it. This was quite a hard challenge and certainly got all of the design team thinking!!!
Saturday, 6 February 2010
This week on LGS on Craftbubble Karen set the sketch and her twist is Wings. I first thought about fairies and then aeroplanes and finally birds and I dug out this stamp which I bought ages ago and have never used. It's professor Yaffle from Bagpuss. He has been coloured with promarkers and glossy acccented. as usual I have used stitching. I think it's my thing and I figure the more I do the neater it will become. Please stop by Craftbubble and join in with the fun!