Cuddly Buddly

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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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Thursday, 4 November 2010


Challenge #winter wonderland
Challenge #glitter
Challenge #untraditional christmas
Challenge #quick and cute
Challenge #card for men/boys
Challenge #its the season
Challene #classic christmas


For this project I used a digi stamp from the Mo Manning stable called "Timmy's Stocking"      and coloured with copcis and glitter pens.

The backing papers were from a recent paper pack - sorry can't remember where from.  The silver cardstock was from Create and Craft.

I used stickles glitter to edge main image and outer mat.  The embellishments were buttons, string, teddy gem and clear gems.


Challenge #Sketch and re-cycled item
Challenge #circle
Challenge #circles
Challenge #pretty colours


For this project I used a Mo Manning image called "Finna" and coloured with copics and glitter pens.

The sketch was from the Pixie Cottage with the option of using a recycled item.  I used the packaging cardstock of a Marianne embossing folder to create the flourish, which was also cut using a Marianne die and the decorative circle dido.  Spellbinder dies were used for the main plain and scalloped circles.

The backing papers were from a Joanna Sheen CD Rom and the plain cardstock was from Crafters Companion. 

An EK punch was used to cut the cirle/dot borders.

The embellishments were flowers and pins.


For this project I used a digi stamp from Mo's Digital Pencil called "Sugar" and coloured with copics and spica pens.

The backing papers were from a Joanna Sheen CD Rom and I used the sketch from Truely scrumpious.

I used a Marianne die to cut the circle and then embossed the edges.  I threaded two ribbons around the edge and added a bow.

Embellishments added charm, pins, flowers and pearls.