Imagine … not making any cards for 6 months. Yikes! (I did make a bunch of quick gift tags at 4am Christmas morning but I don’t think they count!) I had a bit of spare time today and got my … Continue reading Imagine
When I saw the sketch for the CAS(E) this Sketch #131 challenge I immediately thought “flying saucers!!!” … which probably says something about the way I think, but enough about that! LOL So of course I had to make a … Continue reading Flying saucers, anyone?
This card was made with the CAS(E) this Sketch #130 challenge in mind, although I had some leftover die cut elements sitting on my workbench when I started so there’s a distinct resemblence to my last set of cards! There’s … Continue reading Continuing the clean and graphic theme…
This card was made with The Card Concept #38 challenge in mind. I loved the yellow and grey colour scheme but initially had no idea what I’d do flower-wise: I’m not really a “flower person”! Then I remembered that my … Continue reading Clean and graphic card with die cut flowers
This card was made with both the CAS(E) this Sketch #129 and The Card Concept #38 challenges in mind. I thought I’d die-cut some stamping mask paper, pop it onto watercolour paper, then splash Distress Ink around… but is there … Continue reading Playing with mask paper, Distress Inks and water
As soon as I saw the CAS(E) this Sketch #128 challenge I knew what I wanted to do… but I didn’t have the supplies I needed. What a great excuse to buy more crafting goodies! LOL I thought I’d make … Continue reading Masculine Happy Birthday
Here’s a second card that I made for the CAS(E) this Sketch #127 challenge… a bit closer to the original sketch this time!
Being a complete newbie at card challenges — but having fun with my first two such cards! — it was only after I initially posted it that I found it fitted some other current challenges. So to jump right into the middle of things I’ve also submitted it to The Card Concept #37 (The Butterfly Effect), and Addicted to CAS #65 (Butterfly).
I’m not a cardmaker, but I’ve developed an interest in papercraft since I looked at making custom packaging for my polymer clay jewellery and got a glimpse of all the incredible things that people were doing.
A couple of days ago I commented on a challenge card that the lovely Narelle Fasulo had made, and she jokingly said she’d covert me to a card maker yet. And even get me to love flowers. Eek!