Monday, 30 November 2009

Pillow Box for Pink Petticoat.

Liz over at Pink Petticoat set another great challenge this month which was to make a Pillow Box using her wonderful products.

Now this one proved to be more of a challenge than expected as my printer stopped working just as I wanted to print some of her lovely designs! So I had to piece together something with some of the bits & pieces I had left over from other Pink Petticoat projects. So even though this is totally different to the Christmas themed box I had planned, it turned out to be quite cute!

The cute car images were coloured with Sakura Glitter pens & the wheels were cut from the spotty paper. The only other additions were Craftwork Cards' blue card & Bazzill "Just The Edge" Strips.

I also made a couple of cards with some more Pink Petticoat paper & a Stamping Bella stamp I recently won in a magazine giveaway...

Pink Petticoat paper; Stamping Bella Stamp; Craftwork Cards blue card; Sakura glitter pens; Doodlebug Rub-ons.

Sunday, 29 November 2009

Winter Wonderland.

A couple of Christmas cards to share today using Carol's sketch #17.

The first card I made following the sketch as it is...

Core'dinations Card; Pebbles Inc Cardstock Stickers; Bazzill "Just The Edge" Cardstock Strips.

For the second card I flipped the sketch upside down...

Core'dinations card; MAMBI Photo Sleeve; Pebbles Inc Cardstock Stickers; Bazzill "Just the Edge" Cardstock Stickers.

I made these ages ago, intending to enter them in the challenge, but I totally forgot! Hopefully I'll be better at entering on time when the new challenges start in the New Year!

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

A Quick Card...

Creative Imaginations Twill Cable; Craftwork Cards Scallop Oval; Doodlebug Whimsy Wafers Chipboard; Core'dinations card; Woodware pink staples.

Tuesday, 3 November 2009

And Now For Something Completely Different...

...and not at all Halloween related! Some Birthday cards made in October which are now safely with the recipients. A Karate themed one...

I made the mini Karate suit with felt and a few stiches and the nunchucks are made from rolled up paper & jewellery chain.

And a Star Wars themed one...

These motifs are Imperial Cogs cut out from card with a craft knife (which was very fiddly to do!) then all layered up onto different coloured card...Star Wars meets Pop Art!