Whale card

Hi all! 

For todays card i took a piece of  anchor backing paper from Teresa Collins Family Stories paper pad and covered an a6 card.

Next i used two different blue cardstocks from Papermania Capsule collection Assorted Colossal Colours. I then cut the whale from a design on my Scanncut. I used foam pads to raise it and stuck it to my card. I then added a googly/wiggly eye! 

Thanks for stopping by! 


Seasons Greetings!

So this card is using paper from the Simon Says Stamp August 2016 kit of the month. It was red, white and blue themed with stars and fireworks and very American. But when i seen this paper i immediately thought Christmas. So thats how i used it.

I cut the paper to fit my a6 card and rounded the corners. I then found a shape on my Scanncut and cut this out in blue. I then used the seasons greetings die from the Tonic Cracker set. I then stuck it all together.

Big bear, little bear

Hi all! 

Todays card is using a free stamp set from a magazine. It is called woodland hugs and the artist is Samantha Chaffey. Cant remember what magazine it came in but will try to find out! 

I coloured the image with watercolours and then used a circle die to cut it out. I then used a slightly bigger die and cut a black circle to use as a mat for my image.

The background paper is from Dovecraft Princess Fairytale.

Hope you enjoy and come back soon! 

Dandelion embossed card

Hi all!!

Here is a card i made using an embossing folder. I believe its by Darice.

So i embossed some blue cardstock. I then used Cosmic Shimmer Watercolour paints to paint the grass and stem. I then used a Quickie Glue Pen to go over the dandelion heads and then covered in glitter! You can never have too much glitter! ☺ I then stuck this to an a6 card base. 

See you again soon!


Just a quick post!

I popped in Poundland today and they had bags of sequins in different colours. I was good and just picked two packs but might go back in a few days for more :D. There is a massive amount in each pack and there are various sizes. Also it looks like some are printed.

So if you love sequins take a look in your local Poundland!