Saturday, 30 May 2009
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Friday, 29 May 2009
A cute little gift I made at Julie's card class. How sweet it is and so simple to make too! I shall be making lots more of these.
And here is the inside. It all folds up neatly to hide your message.
I'm off to do my housework then enjoy some sunshine! Have a good weekend!
Tuesday, 26 May 2009
This card is perfect for a gift as it has a lovely bookmark on the side. It's the first time I have made a bookmark card and I couldn't believe how easy it was. I will certainly be making more of these and you never know, it may make an appearance at one of my classes!!
Thursday, 21 May 2009
I really enjoyed this challenge as I don't often get the chance to make boxes or other 3d items, which I would love to do.
The fries box, mini card and thread were in the kit, the rest is from my SU stash, but it all works really well together.
Just a quick update on my card classes.
The class on the 9th July is now fully booked, but there are spaces on the other classes, but you need to get in quick as places are going fast!!!!
Hopefully I'll be back later with a Jems Challenge post, so make sure you pop back for a look!
Monday, 18 May 2009
So here is a card I made for my nephews birthday the other week. I needed a quick and easy card, so knowing he likes trains, the Choo Choo set and wheel was perfect and so easy.
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
Today I did a card making taster session at school with some of the parents. It seemed to go down well.
This is the card we made. I thought that with thoughts turning to the end of term, that a thank you card would be a good make, ready to give to the teachers.
The colours are Pretty in Pink, Chocolate Chip and Old Olive and we used the Seeing Spots stamp set and co-ordinating wheel.
Don't worry if you don't hear from me for a few days, I'll post again as soon as I can!
Monday, 11 May 2009
With Samuel's guidance we picked the colours and created a background for his train. We ripped some card for the grass and cut out his train and created this lovely framed picture for his bedroom wall.
It has pride of place!!
We are making the most of the dry weather today, Ben and I have washed the groundsheets from the tent. Here's hoping the dry weather stays for a while!
Friday, 8 May 2009
They work so well with the Summer Picnic papers, it really does make card making easier.
And we added the perfect finishing touch by adding these lovely stamps to the back, just so that everyone knows that they really were handmade!
Oh well I need to get some washing done, then the supermarket shop!! Enjoy your weekend.
Thursday, 7 May 2009
Oh and we just had to buy him Camp Rock on dvd too as he loved High School Musical so much!
The papers I used are Basic Grey, not my favs but these colours are great for boys cards. I coloured the Sugar Nellie using my SU ink pads and waterbrush and added some flowers and buttons from my collection.
I hope he likes his card and pressie!!
Right, I'm off to get Ben ready for Dinky Dancers and then to finish getting bits ready for my Tart & Tangy card class tonight. I'll be back tomorrow with pictures of what we get up to!