This beautiful ATC arrived today from the lovely dragonllew. Isn't it gorgeous, I love the owls - too cute and I want to know what the paper is as I love it!!!
I also received this adorable amigurumi from the fab greenpixey (I won an amigurumi of my choice as blog candy - was very difficult to decide which one to choose!). Look at the attention to detail and the lovingly added tags, I love it, thank you so much greenpixey!!! Please do go and have a look at greenpixey's site, it's full of gorgeous things... http://greenpixey.blogspot.com/
Here's my card for the latest CCC challenge. I made a pocket card with some embossed cardstock, decorated with DCWV glittered nursery papers and added a layered paper flower and some gorgeous sheer organza ribbon with swirls on.
This is my card for the July card challenge over on Crafty Place. My photo isn't very good but hopefully it's enough to show what the card looks like. I really struggled to make a card with only one colour! I choose blue as blue is my favourite colour. The papers are by Basic Grey and flowers from Poppicrafts. I stitched the stem for the flower.
Made these last night with my new paper pads by My Mind's Eye. I have the decoupage 8x8 paper pad and the 6x6 paper pad in Wild Asparagus. I love the colours and the different designs, sort of vintage meets modern. Hope you like them x
Made these cards last night using a freebie set of papers and die-cuts from Simply Cards and Papercraft. I wanted some smaller cards for my craft stall. For freebie papers I think they look pretty good x
This is my Christmas card for the current MSE card challenge. I used a large square card, Daisy and Dandelion Christmas papers, a gorgeous image from DigiStamp Boutique called Snowflake Mouse - coloured with Whispers pens and a waterbrush pen, white card candy for the corners and a stamped greeting (stamp came free with the latest issue of Creativity magazine). I decorated some of the snowflakes and the cute mouse with Stickles glitter glue. Hope he puts you in the festive mood in July ;-)