So today I had a play with the fabulous people on the Facebook Colour INKspiration. The challenge was to use 4 colours;Daffodil Delight, Highland Heather, Granny Apple Green and Tahitian Tide. I had a new suite that is coming out next month and thought that wld be a good one to play with. I also ... Read More about Colour INKspiration Challenge CI138
One of my absolute favourite crafting inspirations is the amazing Jennifer McGuire. Her talents are endless and if I am ever in a crafting block I know I can always turn to her blog and YouTube channel and I will get inspiration. Watching her the other night I watched her create the most beautiful ... Read More about Channelling my inner Jennnifer McGuire
So today I have three cards for the Global Design Project #381. This is the first time I have tried a challenge but the colour combination was gorgeous so I had a go. You need to create a card using Fresh Freesia, Highland Heather and Blushing Bride and this turned out to be ever than I thought. ... Read More about Global Design Project #381
So today I have been playing with the Cottage Rose bundle, my embossing powder and my blending tools. This card is very vibrant which is a different look for me and once I had finished it I think I would have preferred the yellow bit to be at the top but hey ho. I stamped the larger flower image ... Read More about Cottage Rose
I created this card using some gorgeous new stash that is coming out in March. I cannot tell you any names but it is a gorgeous suite and two of my favourite colours are returning! I made the card for my very special friend Debbie and now I’ve given it to her I can show you. The card opens ... Read More about Folded Card Tutorial
Do you ever think, when you are creating a card, that this design would be just perfect for a shaker card? that’s what happened as I designed this card yesterday. Once again I am using the gorgeous FREE saleabration (with an order of £45 or over) papers and I decided that I wanted some dimension ... Read More about Plain or Shaker?