Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Just a girlie G45 page

This is a page I did as a pre retreat challenge. The challenge was to scrap your favourite film. To be honest it was hard to find something I wanted to scrap! I have so many photos of my daughters wedding to scrap. So, I looked for a film title I could use with a wedding photo. The film I decided on was PRINCESS BRIDE. This fits the photo so very well. I have always called her a princess, she got married in a castle and she is treated like a princess by her new prince!
Anyways the papers I decided upon were G45 Botanical Tea. The papers are so pretty and perfect  wedding photos and for a bit of fussy cutting. I used corrugated card as the back ground. I added some pretty ornate metal corners, a bit of shimmery organza ribbon, and mounted the photo onto a distressed chipboard mount.
My page won the challenge which I was pretty made up about!
Thanks for calling by.
                                            

Monday, September 23, 2013

Weekend crafting.

This weekend I was over The Stamp Attic teaching a class. It was a good class all the ladies were very good including the Boss of the Attic herself! 
I used Graphic 45 papers really pretty- love the yellow and green together.
We did a bit of ink splodging using Tim Holtz ink stains. Really like the effect. 


                                            


The photo is of course my Princess on her wedding day this year. 
My next class over the Attic is October 26 th. The next class will be using Boo Bunny, some Tim Holtz  masks and lots of inky mess! I will post a peep when it's done. 
 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Stamp Attic Class Sneak Peek

         This is a sneak peek of my class for The Stamp Attic workshop on 11 th September. 
                            

                                 
                          If you would like to join us you can book your place here.
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Thursday, August 01, 2013

Forgot to add a little SNEAKY PEEK !

I forgot to add the sneaky peek for my class over at The Stamp Attic on 14 th August. 
                               
The class is a 2 hour class and you can stay all day to play and with a shop full of goodies just across the arcade what more could you want. If you would like to join me the give Wendy a ring on 01235760821 ...... Hope to see you there! 

Back to rain!

Well it seems summer came and went in my neck of the woods!
It has been a very busy few months for me. I have been here there and everywhere teaching, my girlie got married to the love of her life and before I knew it the year has more than halfway gone!
I have a few layouts to share with you.

                          
               This layout was done using lily bee papers- love the spicy colours.
                                   

                            
On this layout I have used Graphic 45. I used sequin was as a mask and inked through with Distress ink. The sploges were created with distress stain... Really love the effect. The  coffee cup stain was created by placing a circle template down and then ink around the edge with distress stain. 

                                            
This was created by making lots of chevrons and layering them down the page in rows. I heavily distressed the edges of each chevron and added a button to each point.


                                         
On this layout I ave used a splog away mask with acrylic paint and then over stamped the image with a script stamp. 
 

                                  And finally a snap of my girlies special day!


                                            
                                  Thank you for calling by... See you again soon!

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

ON A COLD DAY!




 Blogging from a very, very cold village in the Welsh Valleys!!!
As today was so cold- too cold to leave the comfort of my warm house, I thought I might go search out a few more  pages that I have not ( well I don't think I have) up loaded to my blog.

 
I really like this one although the colours are not very good on here. I have built up a lot of banners, by layering.



This layout is using Glitz Design papers. I cut out, tore, layered, inked, distressed and even did a bit on the ribbler. Adding a button or 2 and a ticket to finish off.
 
 
 
 
 I used some scrap paper from a kit I found. This layout is for a Chinese Whispers I have joined.


 

This layout is full of depth and texture, almost everything is raised with 3D pads.
 
 
 
 For the last layout of the day I have cut into the banners without removing them from the page and lifted then with 3D pads. I have layered up a border along the bottom using corrugated cardboard, ribbons, lace and strings of pearls to create a vintage feel to the layout.
Thank you for calling by today see you soon.


Thursday, January 10, 2013

A FEW LAYOUTS I FOUND......

These are a few layouts I found that have not been put to into an album I thought I might share with you. They may well have been up loaded to my blog before....... if so I am sorry!
The quality of the photos is shocking- blame the good old British weather for that.
 
 
For this layout I used Authentique papers. I cut out groups of flowers and layered them up with 3D pads to created height and dimension. I draw a think black line around the edges of the flowers to accent them.
 
 
 
The paper for this is Glitz Design. I used a lot of dies and punches for this layout- Tim Holtz Tattered Florals, Martha Stewart lattice heart punch. and EK success journal tag punch.
 
 


This is using Webster Pages, spritzing, stamping and lots of cutting out and layering up.
 

 

 The 2 above uses Pebbles. I have stitched on the layout with a sewing machine, used doilies, buttons and punches.



                                           This is another Authentique layout.

 
      This layout is a lot of cutting out and layering papers are from MME.
 


 A bit a of cute  Christmas layout. I have used the Gingerbread men Cart on the cricut and the vintage Doily on the edge die from Tim Holtz. Again a lot of cutting out, layering and tucking under.




Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Just a quick entry.

I have  nothing to share with you but, that does not mean I have not been beavering away with pretty papers and glitter!
I have completed a number of projects for various classes which I will share with you very soon.
I plan to get the camera out and get some shots of them this weekend weather of course permitting!
I do have a little something I made recently. The projected is based upon an idea from Fiona Griffith- thank you Fi.
It is a memory box constructed from 2 deep frame box canvases. The inside holds a little wallet with pockets and a mini album.
I have used Prima papers for the project.

 
The front cover was painted and stamped. Pattern papers were then arranged on top.


 
The inside view- The left door houses the pockets and the right the mini album.
 
Thanks for calling by. Come back soon for the promised project peeps!