Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Marelle's Look Mum No Stamp Challenge

Here is my version of Marelle's challenge using Summer Love Rub On's from the mini catalogue.
I enjoyed making this card, as it was so easy to do and no mess.

The colours used are Baja Breeze, Kiwi Kiss, Cameo Coral and Basic Grey.
DSP is A Walk in the Park.
Thanks for looking


Seasons Greetings

Christmas is fast approaching us and whilst having visitors I made a couple of cards for them
to take back to the U.K. The Christmas card classes I went to at my upline Marelle's house came in handy, as I sent them back with my daughter ready to be posted to family over there.
Here are a couple of examples for you to see.If anyone wishes to have a workshop to get some Christmas
cards done for their friends or family just drop me a line @ I will be available mid November thru till mid December.

I had some inspiration from Kirsty Browns blog for this card, I just love this new Christmas ribbon from the new mini catalogue which you still have until 30th of November if you wish to purchase some for yourself. In the catalogue you will also find the lovely Designer paper range Ski Slope which I also used for this card.

The next example is still using papers from the same Ski Slope range and going for a more vibrant look. The stamp set used is Snow Swirled. I do like using Real Red which ties in well.

Friday, October 9, 2009

Thank you

I made this Thank You card for an upcoming Workshop host.
I made this straight away as I'm going into hospital next week and wanted to ensure I try to catch up with everything b4 being laid up in bed.
I used the new Walk in the Park DSP from the mini catalogue as my inspiration.Dazzling diamonds are used on a couple of the flowers to give it that sparkle, unfortunately it doesn't show that well in the photo.
Stamps: Petal Pizzazz and Oval All
Ink: Basic Grey and Whisper White
Cardstock: Whisper White, Basic Grey and Pink Pirouette
DSP: Walk in the Park
Other: Pink Pirouette ribbon, Dazzling diamonds,dimensionals,scalloped oval punch and snail.
All SU products.

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