Sunday, 9 November 2014

Peppa pig card.

Made this card using a peppa pig colouring page downloaded from Google. 

Saturday, 8 November 2014

Busy week!

It's been a very busy week this week, back to work after the half term holiday, lots of meetings and technical jobs to do. Also a nice 21st cake to do in the evenings. The cake is for a friends son, who plays in the Arsenal youth team (so he could be famous one day) asked for a signed photo of him cutting the cake just in case!! 
Enjoyed making the cake as I've not done one like this before. Really should of taken a better photo. 

 I also made his card. Cut the footballs and the numbers on the brother scan n cut. Made the border by welding footballs together. 


Monday, 3 November 2014

Soot stamping technique.

Found out about this technique at Oyster stamps. Never heard about it before but liked the idea! I googled the technique and then watched a couple of you tube videos, and decided to give it a try!! So my great crafting friend came on Sunday and we both gave it a go it was great bouncing all the ideas we were having of one another. 
We loved the technique and was very pleased with the finished results. Will be doing a lot more of these in future. It's a great technique to use for men's cards as well. 
Here are my finished projects. 

Hope you like the cards. I would recommend trying out this technique to all stamping lovers. 

Sunday, 2 November 2014

This was the first sentiment that I cut using the brother scan n cut as it arrived just in time for my Brothers birthday. 

Toreads from Crafters companion.

These cards were made using the toreads CD from Crafters Companion. 
The stamped images wer stamped with the round 
 Then scaned and cut using the scan n cut. 

40th birthday card.

All my friends and work colleagues love these cards, they  ask for them for there friends as well now. 

Dartboard card.

Card made for a dart fanatic. 
Card designed and and 
made using Brother Scan n cut. 
Numbers welded on to the circle then added rest of the circles and lines untill I was happy that it looked like a dart board. Then cut out of Mirror card to represent wire, placed on cream coloured card and coloured using spectrum noir pens. Cut darts out of mat silver card silver mirror card and plain red card, based the darts on my dads set. Wrote the sentiment with a white pencil on black card to represent a chalkboard. The front of the card was also cut using scan n cut machine. Little bit of card candy to add the finishing touch. 

Lord Nelson Card.

A card made for an Elderly Gentleman who is a Lord Nelson enthusiast!