Wednesday, November 14, 2012

More Cute...

This time it is Francoise who is making her Patch Snowman so so cute.....
the post to go with this card you will find here but  you will find lots more inspiration for using  Francoise Collection stamps on Francoise's blog.

Look what I have found....

I have just found a post on a blog! For Keep Sakes is stocking Woodware Stamps! They are an on-line and bricks and mortar shop, so if you can't find our stamps locally or if For Keep Sakes are close to you go and check them out!

Woodware Cute Christmas

Why not check out how this Cute Christmas card was made with the Chubby Penguin

you can find it here.

Remember to tell your local craft store that Woodware Clear Stamps are available in the US from
Notions Marketing! 

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Another Sketch Card

Here we are with sketch challenge and today it is the turn of Jane the Flower Girl
Jane has used the corners and wording from the Holly Wreath Clear Magic set. When Jane designed the stamp she had in mind putting the corners together to make the frame.
The bauble in the centre which has been layered on top is from the Jolly Holly Clear Magic single. The holly berries have been coloured with red Liquid Pearls. The bauble has had the Stickles treatment.
To make the background paper Jane has stamped with the Carol Background single stamp.
I love the way that Jane the Flower Girl has swiped the gold ink around the cream leather card.
Thank you for visiting us today are you tempted to play along?

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Sketch Challenge November 2012

Why not play along with this sketch challenge
Here is a sample to switch on your creativity

To find out more about this card  and the stamps used pop over to the Woodware Blog.
All that you have to do is make a card or scrapbook page with the sketch as inspiration using a stamp from Woodware Craft Collection. Use the link at the bottom or e-mail your card to me.
How do you get your hands on Woodware stamps in the US well Notions Marketing are now stocking them so please ask at you local craft shop.
Happy Crafting