Friday, 23 April 2010

Here's the card I made for my daughter's 21st birthday. It was a few months ago now, but with all the excitement of Las Vegas and the trouble I've had with blogs, I've only just got around to blogging it now. I'd like to enter it for the current challenge on the Forever Friends challenge blog, which is Numbers. I hope it's okay as even though it's not exactly a new make, it is the first time it's been blogged!
I love the effect of the numbers here - they're chipboard coloured with promarkers to match the card, then coated in Anita's clear gloss.  This was also my first attempt at making an easel card from scratch (as opposed to butchering 2 readymade cards IYSWIM).

Friday, 16 April 2010

Not cards!

I've been playing with felt over the last couple of weeks, and came up with these keyrings/bag charms.  They're not complete, I want to add some beads and keyrings to them.  I forgot to put a ribbon through the pink mushroom, so sewed a brooch pin to the back of it instead. :)  The black rose in the bottom right hand corner is made from wired ribbon that I bought from a craft fair at the NEC after seeing a demo of how to make the flowers - again, it has a brooch pin stitched to the bottom.

I couldn't resist having a go at this cute owl after seeing a tutorial on Indie Fixx's blog.  The bottom's a bit tatty, but I'm sure my best friend will love it anyway! The material came from fabric samples from John Lewis and the buttons were in my stash, so it didn't cost me anything. If I had a sewing machine I'd make lots of them!

Ok, so I've given up on wordpress! I've finally found a 3 column layout that I'm happy with and have been busy tweaking the html - I think I've just about got it sussed!
So here's my first posting - I'd like to enter this card for the current Forever Friend's challenge - "Spring".
My bear is coloured with promarkers; I've used Basic Grey papers, a MS doily lace punch, a flower from stash with a liqiud pearl centre, and my new woodware fern leaf punch.


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