Thursday, May 26, 2011

May Class

This month we used the beautiful Botanical Gazette DSP.
We made three cards and a 8x8 scrapbook page which fits
perfectly into the Autumn Spice 8x8 album.
We used the French Foliage, All a Flutter, Elegant Thank You,
Great Friend, Party this Way and Every Moment.
Very Vanilla, Early Espresso, Old Olive and Marina Mist colours for
cardstock and inks all to match the DSP.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Welcome Baby

I have had a few Baby cards to make recently
and when i saw this card on the front page
 of the current issue of
 Cardmaking,Stamping & Papercraft magazine
i knew it would be a great card to re-create.
It came together quick, always seems to when you have the
idea right in front of you and i am happy with the result.
It can be for a boy or a girl.
I also added just a tiny strip of punched DSP in the inside
of the card, leaving enough room to write a message.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

So Special

I wanted to make this card really special but also keeping in mind
of the person i was making it for and the style she likes.
I have used Crumb Cake, Whisper White and Rich Razzleberry colours.
Fifth Avenue stamp set and the gorgeous brad.
I cut out and added a little dimension to the card with the center flower.
I hope she felt the love when she opened the card.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Printed Petals

I made this card for my daughter, she made it into the high end
Top Twenty for her half yearly Year 12 exams.
She has been invited to have lunch with the Principal
of her school tomorrow with the other children in the
group. I was feeling very proud so i made her this card
just to put in writing how proud we are.
I used the colours Regal Rose, Melon Mambo and Rich Razzleberry.
The beautiful flowery stamp set Printed Petals. 

Thursday, May 5, 2011

So Saffron

I made this card after my mojo returned earlier this week.
I love the So Saffron colour and i don't use it enough.
It matched the patterned paper.
I also used the Just Believe stamp set for the center image.

 The above photo is more true to the colour, for some reason the photo
below didn't turn out very good.