I have been really busy lately, However, I have recently been to the Brisbane Craft show which was fabulous, I met Tim Holz which was worth every minute of watching him in his talented atmospheric creating to his hearts content. That guy is such a speedy artist, and very organised! Hmmm I think I learnt some things about myself and how I go about my own creations... my gosh, I have wasted time here and there by doing fiddly stuff that is simply not required! Anyway, the Craft show was fabulous... I wish we had one more than once per year, but sadly that is not on my Husbands wish list! LOL How about my new signature below? I love it, I love butterflies, so this was a very fitting signature for me :)
My Husband has a lovely cousin in England named Kerry, so when she showed me her Wedding Dress details and what the Bridesmaid would be wearing, this card was designed for her and her new husband to be, based on their Wedding theme colours :)
Butterfly close ups
Sneak peek inside!
On the inside
Inside the card, where we wrote our wishes for the Bride & Groom
Two butterflies cut out & attached to the inside
I hope you enjoyed this card, I certainly enjoyed making it :)
I had so much fun making this cute little card, we have been invited to a Halloween Party at one of our friends, Back in New Zealand where we lived a few years back, Halloween was not celebrated, But here in Australia we have had a Halloween invite every year, it is just sooo much fun to be a part of :) We can't wait to celebrate this year once again! Check out my card below:
See how cute this Witch is, she is just adorable :) especially with the frogs hanging on!
Check out the Skulls in the designer paper!
I used Cuttlebug shaping for the background elements on the cardstock behind the witch
The flowers were carefully selected with Halloween in mind and carrying the colour of the frogs out to the outer edges of the card where possible for balance of my overall design of the card.
For the inside of this card, I decided to do a cute little Trick or Treat check list, as you can see
Then of course the written details to our friends of acceptance for their lovely invitation summed up with the cute little frog wearing the witches hat at the bottom right hand corner of the card
And I couldn't finish this blog post without showing you this cute little witch getting her treats with her pumpkin bowl, such adorable stamps!
I haven't done a blog entry for so long...Sorry everyone, I have just been too unwell, however I made this cute little card for my Brother In-Law, I'm sure he will like it, I loved making it, it was just such a cute picture and the black & white really stands out :)
Isn't it cute? but quite manly with the colours I've chosen :)
I loved the detail of the button and ribbon threaded through it
A simple matchbox..... turned into something cute, whimsical, and very girly!
My creative thoughts went to town on this one, a Tooth Fairy box! made from paper with fairies & Butterflies, flowers & gems... glitter here & there, and a few pearls along with way for the fairies earrings etc...
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Hi Everyone, today I have a nice card to share with you, I had a rather busy weekend, so I was hoping I would have posted this card before now, never mind... no rest for the wicked ... as they say! hahhahahaa
The stamp is from Bugaboo she is cute all dressed up in tulips, and of course pretty in pink :)
I added some butterflies from other paper that I had, so I took time to cut them out, and as you can see, pretty gems & glitter, and card stock to compliment the pretty papers, quite a refreshing card I think :)
I love doing most crafts especially Card Making, Scrapbooking & Cooking is a favourite past time of mine too.
My husband Alan & I live Brisbane, Australia with our cute little cat named Ella. We moved to Australia from New Zealand in 2008, we are kiwi's by heart but becoming more Australian as time goes by.