Welcome to Blogmas Day 8…
I can’t believe how fast the days are flying in… the good thing is, I have 3 Christmas cards made already 😉
I have another card to share with you all, simple yet I love it.
Supplies list :-
- Daler and Rowney Watercolour card for the base
- Scrapiniec Chipboard Shapes
- Paperartsy Hyde Park Semi Opaque Paint
- Deco Art Media Tinting Base (added to the Hyde Park to make it opaque)
- Papermania 2mm clear Rhinestones
- Clearly Besotted Merry Christmas Stamp
- Scotch Double Sided Foam Tape
- Versafine Onyx Black Ink
I love the simplicity of this card, not too many things going on… just paint a chipboard shape and add to your card 🙂
Thanks for supporting my blog I really do appreciate you all who take the time and stop by 🙂
I’m out tomorrow for my works Christmas Lunch, but should be back in time to make something for the blog … I have a workshop on at Stampers Grove this Saturday and have another tray to alter… so that will probably be my blog post..
See you all tomorrow
Hi there everyone!
I have some cards and some news on Chunky to share with you today…
Firstly Mr Chunks.. well….he had to have emergency surgery last week because he ate a sock and it blocked his small intestine 😦 and they could not work it through and out the other end.. they had to cut into his intestine to remove it… He was high risk for the operation, because he is still getting chemo so he has no immune system, and also he is on steroids which inhibit and slow down the healing process.. I have been at the vet with him every day last week getting his temperature checked as because it was high and kept getting higher 😦 …. however today when we went to the vet is was near to normal (hurrah) so the antibiotics have done their job 🙂
So with chunky on the road to recovery I headed up to my shed today and made some cards for my Etsy Shop …. I am selling cards to help contribute towards my vet fees, as chunky still requires chemotherapy every 4 weeks (or until it stops working).. so if you fancy a wee handmade card here is the link to my shop Seafoamblue 😉
Here are some of the cards listed… I even have a chunky range and hope to bring out an Isla and Rhona range too very soon!
I’m off work tomorrow… so will be back in my shed making more cards for my shop
As always thank you for popping round
Indigoblu Challenge #21 Magical Masking
It is time for another new challenge at the Indigoblu Challenge Blog, this month the theme is Magical Masking. Now, I had never heard of it before so i needed to do a bit of researching to find out what i needed to do, then once I had gathered some inspiration, I managed to create this cute wee card using masking tape, ink and stamps 🙂
This card is fun and easy to make, it comes together quickly and it uses two stamps, the sentiment, Inspire from Sarah’s Choice and also the Stylised Flowers Stamp.
- Cream Cardstock base and panel
- Teal metallic mirrorboard cardstock
- Stampin Up Inks : Bermuda Bay, Indigo Island and Coastal Cabana
- Onyx Black Versafine Ink
- Dimensional Foam Tape from Woodware
I look forward to seeing all your entries over at the Indigoblu challenge blog this month 🙂
Thanks for popping round
Indigoblu Challenge 17 ~ Tag Your It
Hi there everyone…
Are you ready for a new challenge?
Over at the Indigoblu Challenge Blog this month the theme is “Tag Your It”, so why not get your Indigoblu products out and join in with the fun!
I used the Nottingham Lace Stamp Set for my “tag” shaped card 😉
Supplies List :-
- White Cardstock for the card base trimmed to a tag shape
- Papermania Grey Smooth Cardstock Layer 2
- Patterned Paper for Layer 3
- Indigoblu Nottingham Lace Stamp Set
- Papermania Rhinestones
- Stampin Up Linen Thread
- Beige Seam Binding
- Hero Arts Ultra Fine White Embossing Powder
- Versamark Ink
- Heat Tool and Scor-tape
I hope you like the card this month and look forward to seeing all your lovely creations over on the Indigoblu Challenge Blog
Hi there everyone!
I have some rather exciting news to share with you all this morning!
I am really excited to announce that I am a sparkly brand new Design Team member of the Indigoblu Challenge Blog!!
I am really looking forward to work along with the other girls on the team and to be able to work with the fabulous Indigoblu products, and produce samples for the challenges each month!
The theme this month is Monochromatic and I chose a clean and simple card design using various hues of green.. incorporating a couple of “on trend” styles including watercolouring and sequins and links to the Indigoblu products will be listed at the bottom of this post.
I used the Big Butterfly Stamp, which I absolutely LOVE!, inked up with versamark, embossed with ultra fine white embossing powder, then watercoloured with various different hues of green water based inks, the card panel has scattered ink spots and a sprinkling of sequins to finish it off.
The sentiment is from the More than words A6 stamp set, I stamped out one of the sentiments, then trimmed out the words “Life is too short” and mounted this just under the butterfly. There are a lot of great sentiments and sayings in this plate, and I have some great ideas for the others 🙂
I look forward to seeing you all over at the Indigoblu challenge blog and look forward to seeing all your submissions to the challenge 🙂
As always, thanks so much for popping round.
How are you?
I am doing just fine… back from my long weekend away where I had a wonderful time, if you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you will have probably seen the photographs that I shared from my trip 🙂
Tonight’s card is for a wee friend, and will be taking it with me tomorrow… I just wanted to let her know that I am thinking of her 🙂
I got a nudge from Hazel over at Hazel’s Paper Designs to join in with the CAS(E) this Sketch blog challenge this week… so I have entered this wee card over there today 🙂 … thanks Hazel!
supplies used :-
- Card base is Bazill Card Shoppe Cardstock in Marshmallow
- Waltzing Mouse Stamps Simple Sprig Stamp and Die set
- Waltzing Mouse Stamps Stitched Tag Dies
- Clearly Besotted Stamps Many thanks Stamp Set
- Stampin Up Ink : Pistachio Pudding
- Prima Marketing Ink: Pastel Pink, Old Rose and Sweet Pea
- Apple Pearl and Mint Cream Sequins from SequinWorld
- Scor-tape, Glossy Accents and Stampin Up Dimensional Adhesive
- Hemptique natural twine
As always, thanks for popping round
Day 2 of the Online Card Class – Watercolor for Card Makers
My card for today concentrates on a watercolour background using the emboss resist technique featured yesterday, it looks like I am going to be working a day behind, I really want to try all the methods and techniques, its just a pity I have to go to work all day, which only leaves me with around an hour in the evenings to play..
If you already follow my blog, you will recognise the wee foxy tag I added to the front of my watercoloured embossed background, it was part of my homework for class that I was practicing over the weekend. He just fitted perfectly on this card, it was meant to be!
I will add a list of supplies at the bottom of this post, just incase you are interested in any of the products I used.
supplies list :-
- Simon Says Stamp Green Cardstock
- Watercolour Cardstock
- Hero Arts Fine White Embossing Powder
- October Afternoon Background Stamp
- Clearly Besotted Round Tag Die
- Green Sequins
- Hemptique Natural Twine
- Gorjuss Foxy Stamp Set
- Inks Used to create the water colour background are all from Stampin Up
- they are Pistachio Pudding, Basic Grey and Gumball Green
As always, thank you so much for popping round & see you tomorrow for another card!