Thursday, 27 May 2010
Hi everybody on this bit cooler sunny day!
Today I would love to share this pirate card with you. I had this vellum paper, with the pirate prints on, for quite a while and just could not get a proper design for it. So a little boy celebrated his birthday a while ago and suddenly I had some inspiration. I have used my Cuttlebug Pirate Dies Cuts to give a finishing touch after I used the ripture technique on the vellum, to give the card a bit of a worn look, typically of an used map of a Pirate.
Wednesday, 26 May 2010
With early spring in the air, all the butterflies are coming out too. So with a bit of inspiration from nature this card was born. A 3 fold wavy card with my favourite 3D technique with the pansies. A small butterfly brad to hold the ribbonbow in place and a peel-off sentiment to finish the card off.
Spread your wings....smell the flavour of spring....and enjoy every moment.
Tuesday, 25 May 2010
Hi Everybody! Hope you enjoy the day. Summer gave us a taste of what is ahead of us, here in the northern hemisphere. Today I would like to share this card with the girls at Creative Cottage Challenge where they have the challenge: One for the Boys.
Edwin, the zoo keeper, from the Magnolia Rubberstampseries is coloured in with promakers to match the African theme of the card. The paper is from the Safari Chic Stack from Toga. I had the Explorer Livingstone in mind when I made the sentiment, since it is a new decade ahead for my brother.
Have a wild day!
Wednesday, 19 May 2010
Wishing you enough time to enjoy the small things in life....like enjoying moonlight and wishing upon stars.
Monday, 17 May 2010
Sunshine smile to all!
Tuesday, 11 May 2010
I've been in and out of town lately, so I did not do a lot of crafting these days. But I would like to share this card with you. I've bought this stamp a few years ago in South Africa and thought it so typically african. In this card I did not colour it in but used perfect pearl powders, that gives you just a bit of glaze. Beads is also part of the african culture, but I've only used gold beads to give some colour in the black and white card. So I wish my friend a cooking birthday!
Have a great day!