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Monday, 20 April 2015

#137 Dots

Sally is hosting for this challenge and she would like you to go DOTTY, so something that has obvious dots on.

Some inspiration from the team

Sally
I have used a cutting file to cut the birdhouse and decorated it with dotty papers around the base, some buttons, paper flowers and a needle felted bird.

Vania


I've made a card using the Crafter's Companion Paintbox Poppets CDRom, adding the sentiment to the ribbon and then cutting another copy to layer on top. I used two flowers and an extra centre to layer the flower.

Bec
I just love this cute little hippo from Magnolia, her name is Gloria!  I have coloured her with Copics and used some dotty papers from My Minds Eye - Cut & Paste

Mary
I have grown to love Tatty Twinkles and I have used one of the later stamps here. I coloured here to match some paper that I had in my stash.

Marlene
I have used a Funky Kits Stamp called Purrfect Day, I have had this ages
it is the first time I have used it.

Julie
I have used Hunkydory Birds Of Britain Collection

Pamellia
I used two different techniques to create the dotted patterns on my spring card. I also used some ribbon with dots and some butterflies with dots!

Kimx
I have used a couple of dotty stencils from Clarity and a stamp from Woodware to create my 'Dotty' birthday card.

Lin
I created my dotty background by stencilling with three different shades of DIs over some Imagination Crafts paper. I also added dots to my 'Hepburn Dress'. See my blog for more details.

Carole
I went totally 'dotty' for my card, using an image and papers from Crafter's Companion's Rachelle Anne Miller CDs, along with my A4 Dottie embossing folder!! Even the ribbon is dotty!! Cxx

Jackie
I spend so much on crafty goodies that I feel better when I can use things I already have to make something nice.  My card was made using scrap card from my bits box, and some embossing folders.  I also used a couple of stamps and some ribbon I found in my stash.

Sue
I love a black and white colour scheme, with a pop of bright red!  The advantage of this theme is that you can use up odds and ends of your papers (a lot of mine seem to have dots on the reverse of the papers!)

LIN W

#136 Wings, Winner and Top 5

Mary was our hostess for our Wings challenge and she has selected her Winner and Top 5:-



70 - Kozmikz Kardz

and her top 5 are:


9 - Ginny B

39 - Kat's Tales

 
111 - Kari

156 - Ursula Uphhof

Congratulations to you all, please take our Winner's or Top 5 badge for your blogs.
 
 

Monday, 6 April 2015

#136 Wings

Mary is hosting today and wants to see something with Wings.. birds, planes, fairies, insects or even a steampunk clock, as long as it includes Wings

This is how the team interpreted Mary's theme

Mary

I have used a Tatty Twinkles stamp called Moonbeam and coloured it using a mixture of Spectrum Noir pens and Promarkers.

Vania

An Easter card from me - using an stamp by Crafty Individuals which incorporates three sets of wings! I 'inked' the stamp with watercolour markers and added some further colour with Promarkers. I completed the card with hand-made flowers and some lace that I crocheted.

Carole
I have used 'Tilly Fairy' digi stamp from Saturated Canary - coloured with my Spectrum Noir pens.

Julie

I have used Hunkydory card collection
Birds of Britain.
Butterflies for my wings themed card.  I have used Kaisercraft Chanteuse Collection and lots of fussy cutting!

Pamellia



I have used an old Stampendous Butterfly stamp set, some masking and Distress inks for my winged project.

I have used an old Owl stamp set from Personal Impressions to make a Criss Cross card.

Lin
I made a tag with distress inks, texture paste and a couple of stamps from Crafty Individuals and Paper Artsy. Please see my blog for details

Jackie
I used a digistamp I found on my pc (sorry, origin unknown!) which I coloured with promarkers and spectrum noir pencils and scrap card from my stash for embellishments.
 
LIN W

#135 Spring has Sprung, Winner and Top 5

Marlene was our hostess for our Spring challenge and she has selected her Winner and Top 5:-



02 - Ink 'n' Rubba
 
Congratulations to you all, please take our Winner's or Top 5 badge for your blogs.
 
 

Monday, 23 March 2015

#135 Spring Has Sprung ……

The grass has riz I wonder where the birdies is
 
Marlene is hosting for us today and would like to see your Spring themed creations. So that could be a new life (baby) either animal or human, spring flowers, soft spring colours etc.

Some inspiration from the team



Some pretty floral paper, a computer generated sentiment and some hand-made flowers for an Easter card because spring means Easter to me!

Jackie
I've gone for the new baby - especially since for the first time in ages I got the opportunity to do a pink card!  I used my favourite Presscut stepper card die, a Sweet Dixie pram and rattle die and some card and embellishments from my stash.

Mary
Spring sunshine has brought the daffodils out into bloom so used this as my inspiration, using Tattered Lace dies to create the card.

Bec
I used this sweet Kaisercraft range in cute Spring colours for this challenge. I added the little wood veneer birds for an extra touch of spring and because they are so cute!

Julie
I have used Hunkydory Cardmaking kit
Butterfly Bouquet

Nothing says 'Spring' to me, like a lovely bunch of daffodils!! I have used Just Inklined's 'Narcissus' digi stamp, coloured with my Spectrum Noir pens.

Lin
I've used a Craftwork Cards freebie from Create and Craft to make my focal piece, along with paper from their Truly Scrumptious paper pad. As you can see the bunnies have been busy doing what bunnies do in the Spring! Please see my blog for details.

Kimx
I made a New Baby card using stamps, paper and a topper from Lili of the Valley.

Sue
I made a Easter card in bright spring colours, using a Nitwit stamp set - I used the accent stamps to embellish my card.

Pamellia

 I decided to make a shabby chic card full of lots of bright spring colours and hand made spring garden flowers.
LIN W