30 June, 2010
A little hot pink never hurt anyone! Concentrating on colours that are retiring soon, here is a really simple card that can be replicated with any colour! I love the Circle Circus stamp set, it’s just so versatile. I dyed the flower with my sponge dauber and ink pad and added some dazzling diamonds before adding the brad and pearl.
Don’t forget to order your favourite colours now before they run out. Once they run out, they’re GONE!
27 June, 2010
Get your chunky glitter out and make some sparkly ballo0ns! A simple card with lots of glitter and a ribbon embellishment.
25 June, 2010
Hope you like the card. So many different things on this card, I used the gathered ribbon techique, used pastels and the circle aluminium tags.
15 June, 2010
Here’s a cute little chupa chump (lollipop) cover.
13 June, 2010
One of my lovely friends just had a baby boy and I made this card for her. Hope you like it!
Stamps – Nursery Necessities
Ink – Green Galore, Barely Banana, Bashful Blue Classic Ink and markers,
Paper – Brocade Blue, Whisper While CS, Washington Apple DSP
Accessories – Clips Assortment, Brocade Blue Grosgrain ribbon,
Big Shot, Top Note Die, Buttons Bouquet,
11 June, 2010
I received so many lovely swaps from convention. I love Convention, it’s one of those perks for being a demonstrator. Hundreds and hundreds of lovely demos come together to share our love of stamping. I love being able to meet so many people in person after cruising around their blog or reading their comments from our demonstrator forum, Stampin’ Connection and other wonderful forums such as ESAD-SU. I love the frenzy of swapping and seeing all the creative designs people have. It’s fantastic that I can come back each year and see all those lovely faces and watch those special demonstrators who have worked really hard go up on stage and receive their award. The awards night is always a special event.
My neice saw my swaps and wanted some of them, so I said that I would make her up a kit to make her own.
Here’s a pram card that she spotted and wanted to know how to make it. I’ve seen this pram all over the blogs and finally had a chance to make one after receiving a similar one as a swap.
The owl card, again my little neice spotted this one and wanted it, so I made a similar one again, I changed the colours to more girly colours.
And then this gorgeous Vintage Vogue card we made at my upline’s team meeting. Trish Hollis designed this card as her Convention swap and was kind enough to provide the make and take for the team meeting night.
7 June, 2010
Finally located my swaps that I made – one of them was hidden in one of my new Convention bags. I didn’t have much time to make them, with all the study I had, so you could imagine the last few nights before convention were pretty late. I finally finished them on the flight over to Sydney. Phew!
I made 32 of this one.
and then I changed the design to make 16 of the below card. I love the punches and big shot – makes my life so much easier
Until next time, inky smiles!