Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Nephew's Birthday




I made this card for my nephew's birthday back in April (wow, too long ago).  I started with the April Craftmad sketch…..these sketches have really helped me get motivated with making cards.  I then found the papers in my stash and these papers are old….possibly as old as Jed (19).  :-0  They are special papers and I'm glad to finally put them to use.  I dug out all my star punches to add a variety.  Finished with black sticker words.

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Another Aussie Christmas Card




Hi everyone, I'm back with a second Aussie Christmas card using Beccy's digital stamps.  This time it's a wombat helping out with Christmas.  I have used the October Craftmad Christmas All Year Round sketch for this card.  Coloured the image with all the Copic pens pictured above, found the papers in my stash and layered away.  I am really happy with the end result.  

Thanks for visiting and hoping your weekend is a good one.

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

An Aussie Christmas



Hi all, I'm back again with an Aussie Christmas card. I am so loving colouring and using my copics again.  Oh, I must tell you I discovered this wonderful tip on Pinterest where you weigh your Copic pens to see if they need refilling and how much.  I was so not filling my pens enough.  Now, I just have to slowly build up my supply of refills from four to the amount of pens I have.

Back to the card, I spied these wonderful digital stamps just released over at Beccy's Place.  I do like to try and find images for Christmas that don't include snow as that is so not my type of Christmas.  I used all the copic pens above to colour this image and then used the October Sketch challenge from Craftmad with Alison Ellis papers (another Aussie).  Finished with a Christmas sticker top and bottom from Blue Edge Crafts.  

Thanks for visiting.


Sunday, October 7, 2018

Merry Christmas - Craftmad Sketch Challenge



I think this is the first time I have used my "Merry" die which I bought because of my blog name. :-)  This may be a card I make a few more of as it all came together nice and quickly.  The paper is Allison Ellis, lovely and sparkly.

Well, it's back to work for me tomorrow so today I will be making the most of my Sunday at home and the fact that my husband will be watching Bathurst car racing all day.  Yep, I'll be card making.  Hope your day goes to plan.

Saturday, October 6, 2018

Christmas Bauble - Craftmad October Sketch Challenge



Friday and last weekday of my holidays - back to work Monday.  I hope I can continue my card making mojo happening.  This is my take on the October Sketch for Craftmad.  I found these lovely papers in my Christmas stash - unsure of where I got them from.  The bauble is a wood shape which I coloured with my Wink of Stella pen then decorated with various gold stickers.  Finished with the banner which I stamped Merry Christmas.  I am having a love hate relationship with this card as sometimes I look at it and think I need something more in the spotty area.  

Have a wonderful day.

Friday, October 5, 2018

Christmas Trees - Craftmad Sketch Challenge



Morning, another Christmas card for you using the September Sketch from over at Craftmad.  I have used Allison Ellis papers and gold stickers to create the card.  It's even more sparkly in real life.
Thanks for passing on by.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Blue Christmas


Hi everyone, I'm on my last week of two weeks holidays.  Found my craft room and have really enjoyed making some cards.  Thought I would share some of the Christmas cards I have made  since Christmas is approaching at a fast speed.  

My life is good, mostly all the normal stuff - work, looking after the house, visiting the kids from time to time, shopping, relaxing and enjoying life, catching up with friends, gardening, walking, touch football but won't bore you with the in between stuff. 

For my card I used the Craftmad July Sketch as a starter and papers from a Graphic 45 paper pad I have.  The Christmas bauble is a laser cut shape from Blue Edge Crafts which I add the blue little card stock behind and hand cut it to shape.  




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