Saturday, January 29, 2011

Just a quick simple card for today using Spellbinders Lables Ten.
I have used a script stamp for the background, and a simple Flower rubbon for the center piece, a few pearls and a bit of ribbon to embelish.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Well today was a very sad day for me as it was the last day working in the Shop with Ken ,Peta and Elaine. Please don't panic as all your favourite paper crafting things can still be bought through Paper Craft supplies but just not at the shop. Ken is now trading as an Internet store

I will still be intouch with all the new and amazing crafting items thats out there and will post up when I have something new to share.

Friday, January 21, 2011

Next Class will be Held on Wednesday the 2nd of Feb.

Details at Paper Craft Supplies.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Today I have used the Swiss Dots folder from Cuttlebug. Fancey Tags from Spellbinders. Ribbon borders from Creatables. Gods Blessings Stamp from stampin up. Have Fun.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Here is another Flower Fairy . I have embossed the background with Cuttlebug folder -Leafy and used my Large Scalloped Retangle Nestability to sit the fairy onto.
Again Ihave used my Large scalloped Retangle Nestability. Cuttlebug folder- Dawny. Creatables Butterfly. Justrite Sympathy Stamp. Oval Nestability.

I just loved making the flower for this card using the Daliha nestability. For the frame underneath I have used Nestabilitiy Labels 16 and in the corners Cuttlebug die- vintage.

Just one more to keep you going.
I have used Nesabilities -scalloped circle and Beaded Circle.
Cuttlebug die- Vintage for the corners.

To make this card I have used Spellbinders Lacey Squares , and Cuttlebug Vintage die for the corners. In the center I have used a Paper Tole "Flower Fairy". The stiching is done useing a white pen.

Sunday, January 16, 2011


Hello and welcome to my blog. Im very new at all this blogging , but my aim is to give card makers some simple ideas through a card gallery.
I mainly use the Cuttle bug Machine and Spellbinders Nestabilities.