Thursday, September 19, 2013
This card is another quick and easy one (all I seem to have time for these days) using the Cottage Cutz Carousel Silhouette die. I have said many times before just how easy most of their dies are to assemble and I am planning to take some across with me in my suitcase, pieces already cut out, so I can still get some crafting done whilst waiting for the container to arrive. I suspect I will need to de-stress with all that has to be done once we arrive.
The sentiment was one I had made in bulk a while back (planning ahead for the move) but forgot to write down which stamp set it is from. Looks like it could be a Flourishes one.
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Background striped paper is a Bo Bunny one called Rejoice Strip. Cannot recall which set the sentiment comes from, apologies.
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
The background is The Crafter's Workshop Mini Tile Texture done in Distress ink Bundled Sage
Sentiment Penny Black set called Let it Snow in Brilliance ink Pearlescent Thyme
Kaszazz Scarf Teddy large coloured in using
Scarf Distress Stains - Bundled Sage and Fired Brick
Hat Distress ink pad Festive Berries and Tombow marker Carmine (845)
Bear Distress Stains - Tea Dye, Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain
All the Distress Stains, ink pad and marker used with a paint brush and water to dilute
Thursday, September 5, 2013
The background is Spellbinders Impressabilities Snowflake used as a stencil. I sponged it with Distress ink Weathered Wood. It is a quick and easy background and I think it complements the image. The sentiment is from a Penny Black set called Let it Snow and punched with an old Fiskars squeeze punch which I see is no longer available.
Tuesday, September 3, 2013
I used scraps from my stash to cut it out and it was quick and easy to assemble. The rest of the card is made up also with scraps from my considerable stash of paper. The sentiment, I think, is from Lily of the Valley. It has no name on the packet or the stamp set. I used Spellbinders Pinking Circles to frame the sentiment.