Friday, July 26, 2013

Oops pressed a wrong button.  Here is card #2
 I used the 2nd folder on the packaging that it came in.  The card looks very dark in the photo but looks much nicer in real life.   Both the folders are by Darice  The die-cuts are Memeory Box.   Thanks for visiting and for any comments you leave.   As always they are appreciated.
Anne xx
An early start for me today, it's usually late by the time I get blog-hopping.  Thanks to everyone who left comments last week.  I have 2 cards to post this week.  I used my 2 new embossing folders.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

The end of another hot day and visitors have just left.  Peace at last.  I did manage to make one card before they came so that was good.  I'm just waiting on the sun going down a bit so I can take the dog out for a cool walk.   I've got 2 cards to show you this week.   Both birthday cards.
Image on the 1st card is from the Tom Mielko cd I bought recently,  Background card is from a book of 24 double sided sheets, I can't make out (even with a magnifying glass) who designed it but it appears to have a Tilda logo.  It can make at least 48 cards so feel like I got a bargain. Happy birthday stamped on to green card, lace, roses and bling from my stash.

 Again a sheet from the card backgrounds book die-cuts from majestic squares, image from the web, flowers and bling from stash, greeting computer generated then diecut and coloured with distress ink (worn lipstick).  Thanks for popping by and I hope you are coping with the heat and enjoy the rest of the weekend.
Anne x

Saturday, July 13, 2013

And it's another extremely hot day today, I hope everyone is enjoying it.  Me, I'm staying indoors where it's a bit cooler, not much mind you.  

I made this card using the Josephine Wall cd I got from Joanna Sheen.  Decoupage is not my thing so this is the 1st and last.  I'll just be using the flat images from now on  I hate all that cutting especially all the fiddley bits.

Lace, velvet ribbon and candi from my stash

Thanks for visiting and for any comments you leave.  They are always appreciated.
Anne x