Tuesday, January 10, 2012

January Sketch Challenge

Here is a card from Julie Staves who crafts and shops at A Maze of Memories in  Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire, England.
Julie has used stamps from the Clear Magic set Woodland Mushrooms designed by Francoise Read.

Remember to play along.

Friday, January 6, 2012

More Woodware January Sketch Challenge

Sorry I am not really back in tune with the days! I find it so hard during the holidays to remember what day it is and I am not just behind but lost!

But Suzanne has been busy with the sketch this week. 

You will find her instructions here but I must say how cleverly she has used stamps from different sets!

Thank you Suzanne for sharing, if you would like to join in then use the link at the bottom of here.

I have another card to share.

The stamps are Babushka and the glitter and Frantage all come from Stampendous
you will find the instructions here.

See you soon!

Monday, January 2, 2012

Woodware January Sketch Challenge

Happy new year to you all and thank you for all your support and interest over throughout 2011.  We are kicking off the year with a sketch to get you crafting.

Here is the sketch challenge for the month of January, we will be bringing you inspiration for using the sketch through out the month.
First we have Pam the Pampered Stamper.
Pam has used Francoise Polar Bears  to create this fun winter card, I think that we are just about to start winter we have a slight covering of snow the other day but I think that this warm weather is lulling us into a false sense of spring time.
I love the sparkle from the Stampendous Multi Glitter that Pam has used to highlight the images and the way that Pam has layered the big polar bear to make it look her look more protective.
The layers in the back has been coloured with some of the small stamps from the set, pop over to the Pampered Stamper to get the full story.
December's challenge winner will be announced later in the week.
Thank you for visiting us today if you would like to play along with us then link through to the UK blog and add your link there.