Just wanted to share a quick and easy card I made on Friday using the new product from Colourcraft called SprinkleIT..
It is a super fine mica powder with a very high shine and very easy to work with, I used a versamark ink pad along with a fine detailed bird stamp from Hero Arts for today’s card..
- White card base 5 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
- Silver glitter paper 4 1/4″ x 4 1/4
- Black Cardstock 4″ x 4″
- Tim Holtz Stamp Set “a little birdie told me” sentiment
- Pearl SprinkleIT from Colourcraft
- Hero Arts Bird Stamp
- Fluffy brush for dusting the SprinkleIt on
- Versamark Ink Pad.
I am hoping to start back regular blog posts again now that my new horse Rosie and I have settled into a routine and Winnie the pup is now 6 months old and behaving herself 🙂
See you soon
Just sharing an art journal page that I created in my Readers Digest Art Journal (it’s the art journal book I got down at Marta’s retreat at Handmade at Helens) 😉
Anyway.. I thought I would share art journal page number #2 with you, I am still trying to get the hang of art journaling.. I’ll keep practicing 😉
As always, thank you for popping over and your continued support to my wee blog, it is much appreciated x
Just sharing my crafty goodies that I got last weekend at the art retreatfrom Handmade at Helens
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I did a spot of colour swatching this afternoon testing out my new Brusho Acrylic Mist Sprays that I received in my latest design team kit… and I love them!
Have a look for yourself in my video below, the colours are soooo vibrant.. here is the colourcraft link to the different colours that they come in
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I have a wee unboxing video for you today, this is my latest design team kit from Colourcraft Ltd.
I hope you enjoy seeing all the lovely products that I will be working with in the coming weeks and months and you will be able to see them all over on the colourcraft blog, if you don’t already subscribe here is the link, we would love to see you over there 🙂
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I was out for lunch today at Loch Leven’s Larder and whilst we were waiting for a table, we had a browse around the shop, where they have loads of gifty things and I happened to spy pom pom paper clips, they were silver clips with white pom poms, and they were not cheap! … now I thought to myself, I can make them!, I have all the stuff in my wee shed!… I will make some when I get home, and I did 🙂 and here they are 😉
- Pom Poms – Hobbycraft sell huge bags of them
- Paper Clips – I bought a plastic tub from Asda for £2 (it had paper clips and Push pins and other clips in it)
- UHU Glue £1 from the Pound shop (really any glue will do use what you have to hand)
Now these a fairly inexpesive to make and look really nice and if you have kids they will go down a treat, plus I am sure they will love to have a go at making these too!
I hope that you will have a go at making some too… I’m sure your children/grandchildren will love these for when they start back at school… hey they are even great for taking into the office 🙂
As always, thank you for popping round
I have a couple of cute little handmade books to share with you…. I attended a workshop at Stampers Grove in Edinburgh this afternoon on button hole book binding with Cass Barron and it was such a fab workshop, if you ever get a chance to take a class with Cass jump at the chance as you will not be disappointed here is a link to her Facebook Page 😊
And here is a view inside at the signatures
We finished our first books with some spare time left over so we got to start making another book, which I completed once I got home
I plan to make another couple tomorrow … they are so much fun to make..
i will leave a link to the stampers grove workshop list here as Cass has a few more workshops planned throughout the summer, they are not to be missed 🙂
thank you for popping in, as always 😊