Wednesday 3 January 2018

Toadally fantastic card!

Meet Mr Toad, a card made using my Woodware stamp JGS560 Toadally Fatastic.
He’s coloured with Graphmaster alcohol markers, some favourite pens of mine now
since joining up with Creative Expressions.
Ive used a distress pad to create the green edges. 
Add some glitter glue for a toadally awesome finish!

Tuesday 2 January 2018

Another card from Jacqui

Using JGB001 Jacqui’s Garden again. I’m loving this image for lots of colouring techniques.
This is done with distress inks and then bleached out in areas.
The embossing folder on the background is from Creative Expressions and
I can’t think of its code or name! Duh!

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Monday 1 January 2018

Jar of dreams

Here’s wishing you all a very happy new year and may all your dreams come true.

Try making this shaker card yourself with my Woodware stamp JGS561.

Saturday 23 December 2017

Jacqui’s Garden

While in the USA last summer, I stayed with my brother and sister in law. My sister in law, Jacqui, had motor neurone disease. She had been suffering with this dreadful illness for nearly four years and while I was with them, she sadly passed away.
During my time with them I drew lots of images for my stamp designs and this image and is a larger than usual stamp set. The code is JGB001.

Toadstool delight

One of the cards that was on my recent Hochanda show showing my
toadstool stamp JGS554 toadstool clump.
I’ve coloured it with alcohol markers called Graphmaster pens from Creative Expressions.
It looks great with glossy accents on the red dots on the toadstool caps.

Friday 5 May 2017

Art of Craft class

Thought I would share with you two of the cards we will be making
tomorrow afternoon (Saturday 6th May) at The Art of Craft.
I call them my 'Peek-a-boo"cards. 

The images I have used are from the latest collection of
Woodware stamps from Creative Expressions.

The first flower is JGS513 bold blooms - Delilah and the
purple flower is JGS511 bold blooms - Mildred.

Wednesday 21 December 2016

Woodware challenge - Thank you

Now's the time to batch make some thank you cards to send to all those nice people
who invite you to parties, buy you presents or have you round to stay over the festive holidays.
With a little help the children can make these simple cards with punched or die cut shapes.

Hand draw in the tail feathers and wing and the google eye adds a bit of fun.

Tabitha looking cute

Tabitha looking cute
Look, I’ve just caught you another mouse!