And hello again! This little kitty was one of the first stamps I ever bought! He is a wood mounted stamp by WhipperSnapper called Potted Kitty. He has always been a favourite and every wee while he gets inked up, coloured and made into a card. This time he has been taken a step further and stars in my latest video! It's a speedy look at how I coloured him using Copic Marker pens and can be found here.
While the camera was out I filmed a really quick look at my die storage. I use CD cases, card and magnetic sheets. That video is here.
Hello. Another card made with my Unity stamps. This time the stamps are from the November 2014 kit. And again I have 'stencilled' the background. This time using a simple homemade stencil by cutting out a couple of circles. Really easy!
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As promised I am back to give one lucky follower all of this from the Sweet Paris range -
Designer Paper Pack (8x8 - 48 sheets)
2 Clear Stamp Sets
Not all items are in the pic' - it was just too much!!
So, like I say, this huge bundle of craftiness will be winging it's way to one of my followers on Monday 28th March 2016.
Now normally for my giveaways all you simply need to do is leave a comment, but this time, I would really love it if you spread the word and gave as many folk as possible the chance to win! Include 'I have spread the word' in your comment and I will trust that you have!!
Hello. We had a lovely relaxing time during our wee break away in Dunkeld. The cottage was really comfortable and long nights were spent in front of the fire with a little drink or two! We found dog friendly places for morning coffee and scones (with a platter of home made jams and lemon curd) and yummy pub lunches. We will definately go back to Perthshire.
Anyways, onto my card. My March Unity kit arrived this morning and I had to have a play. This weeks challenge at Unity is 'sage & mustard' so that's what I went with. The background is a stencil and I used some glittered paste that I got at the SECC craft show - oh, about 3 years ago - tut, tut!
My mahoosive Easter giveaway is still open here. Have you left a comment yet for a chance to win?
Hello. Tis the season for chocolate and bunnies! So, I have one out of two for you today (don't ask where the chocolate went). The stamps are 'somebunny' by My Favourite Things and I coloured with Copic marker pens - yes, I have put down the watercolour pencils - for now! The papers are 'hello spring' by Doodlebug Designs. And those of you on new die spotting duty (yes, Carole, that's you) they are Blueprints 27 from MFT.
And, do you know I was just thinking, I've not done a blog giveaway for ages. Maybe one will be along soon - you just never know!
Hello. I wonder if Tim up in the space station has spotted these adorable creatures? The stamp set is Space Bears by Mama Elephant and I coloured using watercolour pencils. Want to see a quick two minute tutorial on how I use my watercolour pencils? Well, click right here!
Hello. I have gone all monochrome for my latest make for Craft Stash. This one features the NouveauCorner and Nouveau Butterfly dies. I layered black cardstock behind the white but slightly off to create a sort of shadow effect. Haven't a clue what I mean? Well, you're in luck, there's a video!
See you tomorrow when I will be sharing a very cute card featuring bears in space - who knew!!
Hello. This stamp and sentiment are from the Unity Stamps February kit of the month. I coloured with my Stabilo pens, some water and a paintbrush. The background heart was stenciled using a large stencil brush and coloured inks. I am entering my card into the Unity facebook challenge.
Well, I didn't appear with my Craft Stash video and card the other day as promised. Maybe tomorrow!
Hello.Well, I'm back as promised with another of my makes for Craft Stash. This one has a little video to go along with it! I have used an Apple Blossom die called 'Nouveau Shield'. This is a really unusual die and would suit all different occasions. I decided to make a thank you card using an ombré effect with black and grey cardstock.
My little video is here and you can buy the die here. I have one more Craft Stash card and video to share, most likely tomorrow. See you then!
Hello, I'm Liz McGuire. I have been designing and making cards for over 10 years, serving on numerous design teams and completing assignments for various papercraft magazines.
Along with my cardmaking I like to try my hand at art journaling, memory keeping, smash books etc. And there is also my new obsession - planners and stationery! So there may be the occasional blog post on these topics.
I do have a real job but that's just to earn enough money to buy paper, stamps, pens and, of course, buttons!
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