Thursday, 16 February 2012

Simply Anniversary

This is for Clean & simple 177:


I masked off the right hand side of the card to stamp the Dawn Bibby daisy stamp repeatedly, so I could get the curve. The heart stamp in the middle was a freebie with Craft Stamper, stamped with memento tuxedo black and coloured with copic coral. This was then stamped with the Hobbycraft triple love stamp and then masked to stamp with the Tim Holtz paisley stamp. This was then cut with a nestie, as was the surrounding red scalloped circle. Two epoxy hearts were added and the stamped sentiment.


This is also for:

Sassy Cheryl 102: no designer paper
CRAFT 142: no designer papers
Charisma cardz 6: anniversary
Pattie's 37: Valentine's and love
Squiggle stamps: all loved up
Papertake: pick at least two colours - black and white & red all over
Die cuttin divas 52: red, white and black
Scrappy frogs: die cut challenge
Inky impressions: use punches or dies


Black, white and hot pink

This is for Clean & Simple 176:


Colours are for the play date cafe 119:


Having got some black and white supplies out for the previous card I found this leafy offcut and a piece of scalloped edging to use for this card, so it's another one for Pixie's crafty snippets 7, also for Hiding in my craftroom 33: super scraps Saturday, and Delightful: use your scraps.The glittery flowers have been in my 'pink' box for ages.


This is also for:

The crafty pad 157: the letter B - for birthday, blooms and bling
My craft spot 44: girly girl - pink, flowers, bling
Paper pretties Monday challenge: use flowers
Let's craft and create 38: flower power
Crafty purple frog: flower power
Cute card Thursday 204: flower power
Penny's 73: anything goes
Digi doodle shops best 95: anything goes
Shelly's terrifically thrilling Thursday: show us what you got
One stitch at a time 100: anything goes
If the shoe fits fashionista Friday 99: anything goes
Make it Monday 76
52 card pick up week 6


Black, white and red entwined

This is for Seems a little sketchy 6:
And for Annabelle:
Papers are Kanban. I threaded the baker's twine through the buttons and then wrapped around a few times. The pyramage oval poppy is from a Kanban kit, with the poppy coloured with copic strong red. The flower buttons and sentiment were from stash.


This is also for:

Craft your passion 97: recipe - 1 ribbon/twine, 2 different pattern papers, 3 or more buttons
Cupcake craft 179: entwined
Tuesday throwdown 85: entwined
Sew many challenges 81: buttons
Fab n funky 108: try something new - the first time I've used baker's twine (and it won't be the last!)

What's inside your handbag?

That's the question for Suzie's 365 day 47, so I emptied out the contents and here they are:


I try not to carry too much because of problems with my back and I use a bag that goes over my shoulder so that I'm not actually 'carrying' the weight. I think I was surprised to see how much stuff is actually in there!

carrier bag
comb
gloves
comb
letter to post
wallet with credit cards etc
powder compact
lipstick
purse
reliever inhaler
tissues
receipts
pens (6 of them - do I really need that many in my bag?)
Boots points coupons
mobile
bus pass
variety of tablets/throat sweets
contact lenses

Update: getting ready to go out soon and suddenly realised what should have been in my bag and needs to be added - reading glasses - I always try to keep a pair in there.