Sunday, 30 October 2016

Boo!

Hello peeps!

I hope you are all good :o)

Over the next few days i will be showing you some cute little Halloween cards I created. These are so quick and simple to make, great for any last minute makes.

I love this one, it's soooo cute!


Items needed...

Card stock: black
Printed die-cuts: Halloween themed
Adhesives

The cute little mummy and border were from a 12" printed die-cut sheet called BOO! To You by My Mind's Eye. It was out a few years ago and I discovered in my stash. The 'Boo' is from another old collection by K and Company. You could also use any spooky stamps or phrases for this quick little make.

Thank you so much for calling by and I'll be back tomorrow with another cute card. TTFN! xx

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Saturday, 22 October 2016

Happy 18th!

Happy Saturday peeps!

I'm back with a cute card I made for Kate, the daughter of a friend. She has just gone 18 and I was keen to create a card using my wonderful Cricut® Explore Air.

Without further ado, here is the card...


Items needed...

Digital die images: Live Simply Cartridge - Flower Frame (#M45B2B)  - Cricut®
Vinyl: White - Cricut®
Card stock: chocolate, orange, pale pink, red
Card blank: 15cm white square
Gems: clear
Punch: corner rounder
Adhesives

It was great having a play with my machine again and I'm pleased with the way the card turned out. It was so bright and cheery!

I hope you like my little make, thank you for dropping by! TTFN! x

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Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Party Pop-Ups!

Good afternoon lovelies,

Yay! I'm back! I've missed updating my blog, but things have been soooo busy lately. I still haven't had chance to make anything as of yet, but I wanted to touch base and say hello. 

Crafts Beautiful have recently showcased one of my past makes on Facebook. It was a set of three pop-up cards using the journaling Birthday SN@P collection from Simple Stories.


You can find the instructions and everything you need on the Crafts Beautiful website, click here to take you to the page. It does state on the project that they were designed by Amanda Walker, but I can assure you it was me :) They've got the designers name wrong - oops!

The great thing about journaling collections is that they have lots of printed pieces in handy card sizes and with lots of printed die cuts it is quick and simple to make a fab card.

Hopefully, it won't be too long before I'm back with a make. Thank you for stopping by!

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