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Saturday, 12 October 2013

Fishing With Grandpa

Good morning everyone & happy Saturday to you all!
It's time for a card!


This little project was made using decoupage & matching papers from the 
If you don't fancy the CD, you can buy the printed sheets here.
Such a sweet little scene, brings back memories of those long, lazy,
 hazy days of summer!
Made me want to sing too! Gone fishing.....

My card base was cut with a Grand Nestie die.
I used a mat of plain white paper then matted the design papers
on to the white & blue. The fishtails were cut by hand.
Some little fish charms, twine & a button were added to embellish.


A little view of the side, you can just about see that I have
decorated the inside too!


Here's the inside! A similar layout to the front, but
with a little punched border under the panel for the message!
Thanks for visiting today! I hope you enjoyed your time here!
I'd like to enter his little card in some challenges:
Brown Sugar - Anything Goes
Card Crafters Circle - Use 3 Embellishments (Twine,button fish charms)
Sister Act Card Challenge - Anything Goes
Totally Papercrafts - 1 image, 2 Papers, 3 Embellishments
Southern Girls - Sing Sing A Song, Sing Out Loud
Diva's By Design - 3 or more layers
Penny's Paper- Crafty - Anything But A Square
Twisted Tuesday - Lots Of Layers & Use Metal
Craft Your Passion - Use Metal

Friday, 11 October 2013

Silver Wedding Anniversary

Good morning all & a very happy Friday to you!
Today I have a rather special card to share with you!
Or rather should I say a card for a very special occasion to share!


Yep, it's 25 years since my hubby & I tied the knot!
Not sure where those years have gone but boy have they been fun!
The photo's aren't great I'm afraid as time was limited & all
 that mirror card just kept flashing back at me!
I made an A5 card, using linen embossed card stock.


I blew off the dust, then cut the shapes & numbers with my underused Cricut.
The white panel under the numbers was embossed with a cuttlebug folder.
I the wrapped the panel with silver string , stuck on the numbers & attached
the TH so they were hanging in the 5.


Next, I tried something I've been meaning to try for ages!
I printed my sentiment on to some vellum then embossed before
 the ink was dry. I then fussy cut around them.


The final addition was a little heart, cut using my Cricut.
I added an insert with a beautiful poem I found, which
just sums us up totally, in my mind anyway! lol
I had a lot of fun making this card, fingers crossed hubby likes it too!
Thanks  for popping in!
I'd like to enter this little card in the following challenges:
 Craftitude - Things beginning with S (Silver, shiny, string)
Inky Impressions - Glitter & Sparkle
Stamp n Doodle - Embossing
Bearly Mine Challenges - Ribbon String Twine
C Is For Challenge - Boys/Men
Sparkle N Sprinkle - Anything Goes With Embossing Powder, Glitter & Or  Flocking
Shopping Our Stash - Embossing x 2

Thursday, 10 October 2013

Lady Of The Manor

Good morning all! It's Thursday already!
That means it's time to share a Just Inklined card with you!


This is a little CAS, A6 card made using the beautiful & elegant image
just one of the many beautiful ladies available at Just Inklined!


Here's a closer look! 
I've coloured her using watercolour pencils then fussy cut her out.
The  base card, matting & layering are all Linen Embossed
cardstock. I love the texture of this!


The sentmiment was done on the pc using a font called
Respective Slanted. You can find it here free.
A perfect elegant font to match such an elegant image!
The only embellishments added are some little pearls.
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you like my little card.
I'd like to enter her in a few challenges:
Songbird - Blue Hawaii
Artistic Inspirations - Anything Goes/Girly
Bunny Zoe's Crafts - Something Blue
Make My Monday - Elegant Ladies

Monday, 7 October 2013

Just Inklined To Hop - Christmas

Good morning all & welcome to this month's
Our host this month is Karen L who has chosen Christmas as the theme!
If you're already hopping, you'll have arrived from the lovely Karen J's
blog! I bet she had something stunning to show you!
Without further ado, here is my card


I've made a twisted easel using Snowman Buddy he's just so adorable!
I think he'll feature on many of my cards this year!
Now, if you're anxious to hop on, your next stop is Tammy's blog.
Before you go, don't forget to leave a little blogger love at each stop,
you just never know where the spot prizes might be hidden!
If you want to know a little more about my card, read on!


Here's a closer look at my cute little guy!
I've coloured him up using flexmarkers & promarkers.
Cut him out using a die & inked the edges with a promarker.
I used a blender to soften the edges.
The papers are my latest find in Lidl! I just love popping in 
for a mooch around every now & then, as you just never know when
crafty bits might pop up!


The sentiement was done on the pc using a font which you can get 
for free here. I love this one for Christmas cards.
I have added a touch of glitter using a Sakura Clear Star pen
but I don't think you can see it very well in the photo's.
The embellishments I have used are some twine, a little
silver Christmas tree charm & a die cut snowflake!


A look at the fold from another angle!
Now remember if you're hopping, your next stop is Tammy
but, don't forget to comment along the way!

I'd like to enter this little card in a couple of challenges:
Christmas Card Challenges - Inspirational Photo
Challenges 4 Everybody - Anything Goes
Robyn's Fetish - Use A Digi
Scribble & Scrap - Favourite Style Of Card To Make
Totally Gorjuss - Anything With A Star (on snowmans hat!)
Craftitude - Anything Goes/Things beginning with the letter S 
(snowman,scarf,snowflake,stars,spots)
Delicious Doodles - Shaped Cards
Digi Haven - Use 2 Colours (Red & Green)
Delightful Challenges - Holiday Spirit
Can You Digi It - Primary Colours