Monday, September 28, 2015
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Kim has used Huge Jingle Bells
part of the Francoise Collection from Woodware
The huge words are perfect for paper piecing
Stamp and emboss the Jingle Bells onto three different pieces of background paper and again on to a large white circle of card.
Fussy cut all the letters from the sheets of background paper and lay them onto the image on the white card before sticking them in place using wet glue.
The base of the easel card has been embellished with flowers punched from the scraps of paper
and branches cut from the Dreamweaver die cut Naked Tree. This was cut from some home made glitter paper.
The bells are part of the stamp set.
Thursday, August 20, 2015
The Woodware team this week is mechanical cards, the girls are all interpreting this in there own way here is mine...
I have made a card that folds so they way that you fold a box when you have no tape...
I have done this one in 2 colours to show you how the card goes. I made this as a birthday card a couple of years ago, but of course I didn't take a photograph.
For this one I have used a sheet of 12 x 12 card in white and cut it in half, then I scored 3 inches in from each end.
I have used the Dreamweaver Holly Swirls stencil, I put it on wonky as it is not big enough to cover the whole card, then I put it on the other way to cover the whole panel.
I inked with the ColorBox Gypsy pad ant then highlighted the berries with a red Sakura Glaze pen
I have used a red sheet from the Glamour Textura 6 x 6 card pad, the stamps are from the Woodware Aspects of Design range the Celtic Tree, the words come from the Celtic Circle and Holly.
The holly comes from the same set as the greeting, I cut two squares 2 and3/4 inches for the holly.
and 2 and 1/2 for the text squares.
I have added Glossy Accents to the Holly
Then tick your corners in to fold it up. I like this card quite simple really, but I think that it is quite fun!
Pop over to see what the rest of the team are up too on the Woodware Blog
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Today we have a card from Jane the Flower Girl,
Jane has used her Clear Magic stamp Mr & Mrs Cat.
Jane has stamped the image and then outlined it with the Black Glaze pen to make it stand out. The stamp is an open stamp and Jane has hand drawn the flowers. Jane has used three colours of Sakura Glaze Pen
The greeting is from Jane's Everyday Verse Clear Magic set and is a lovely sentiment that you could use not just on lovey-dovey cards.
Pop over to Jane's blog for some Glaze Pen tips
If you can't find Woodware stamps why not ask your local store about them they can find them all on the Woodware web-site.
Thanks for visiting see you soon!