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Grew up in the era of make and mend so have always been crafty. Love trying new things and in particularly love Art and Crafts. My favourite techniques are colouring with different mediums and altered art. Always happy to try new things.

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE Please take a look at my work, you are more than welcome to take inspiration from designs but please do not copy any of my cards or use any of the ideas as your own.

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Monday, 30 August 2010


Challenge # Sketch  Sundaysketchandstamp
Challenge #Clean and Simple Sentimentalsundays
For this project I chose a dig image from Bella's Studio Design and coloured with copic pens.  I used a Nestibilities die to cut the circle and distressed with a silver brilliance ink pad.

I used a spray varnish glitter and kepted it simple by embellishing with just a ribbon and a couple of flowers.

Pretty in Pink

Challenge #74 Pretty in Pink Stamptacularsunday
Challenge # Sketch Sweetstopsketches
Challenge #Lattice  Crazy4challenges

For this project I chose another of Elizabeth Bell's stamp for Whiff of Joy and coloured with copics and a couple of gel pens.
The backing papers are from Crafters Companion, Joanna Sheen and Debbie Moore CD Roms.

I used a Nestilibities die for the scallop frame and finished with ribbon, heart buckle, pearls and flowers.

Summer my favourite time of year

Challenge # Your favourite time of year SundayswithCrissy
Challenge #Anything Goes Stampinfortheweekend

For this project I chose a Whiff of Joy stamp by Elizabeth Bell and coloured with copics - colours below

The backing papers were a mixture of left overs from my stash.

The embellishments were ribbon, a red gem, a couple of corner peel-offs and flowers from Wildorchid.