Wednesday 31 December 2014

High Hopes #247

I've had this card finished for a while now, so thought I had better get it posted. It can be my first card in the pile for 2015. Yay - go me. The stamp is an older one from High Hopes. I love these older one, but as with most of my stash, don't use them anywhere near enough. I have made a DL card using papers from Sweet Shoppe Designs - Forecast Flurries by Eva Kipler. The sentiment I think is from Crafters Companion from one of the Popcorn the bear range of stamps. I am entering this card into the challenge over at High Hopes where the theme is Anything Christmas.

Sunday 21 December 2014

The Sugar Bowl 119 again

Another entry for me into the Challenge over at The Sugar Bowl. And another non Chrsitmas card too. Thought I had better get Big Sis's Birthday card made. Her Birthday was yesterday, so all good. It's really not my usual colours, but I am liking them. The papers are from Lili of the Valley. I think Big Sis probably chose the pad too. I followed the sketch over at Sketch Saturday. I thought I had missed it, but they are leaving the challenge open for 2 weeks. Wahey - result. The flower is from an MFT Blueprint die set. I thought I would add a few sequins, just because I could. The Sentiment is from a Kanban clear set. Oh and the image is a digi image from Sugar Nellie - Oriental Ladies #4.

Monday 1 December 2014

The Sugar Bowl 119

Decided to go with a non Christmas card for this one. Maybe then I can get back into the swing of all things Christmas again. I have used a cute new digi image from Sugar Nellie. This one is called Floral Ladies #2. There is a butterfly under the diecut butterfly, but I didn't know what colour to colour it, so I covered it up. I have coloured her with Polychromos. The papers are from Sweet Shoppe Designs - Here without you by Krystal Hartley. The sentiment is a stamp from Kanban. I am entering her into the challenge over at The Sugar Bowl where the theme is anything Goes. I am also entering it into the Sketch Saturday Challenge. I have used sketch #258.