Showing posts with label Lace Border Punch. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lace Border Punch. Show all posts

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Feeling Sentimental?

I think that Feeling Sentimental is possibly my favourite stamp set from this years Saleabration.  For this simple card I have used a monochrome combination of Night of Navy and Whisper White and added a little bling with some rhinestones.

Saturday, 22 October 2011

A Simple Thankyou

Elegant in its simplicity, this is one of the quickest cards I have ever made I think!  The card stickers are again from Teatime simply scrappin.  The tag is matted onto some coordinating early espresso card and embellished with limeade ruffled ribbon and an antique brad.  A beautiful punched lace border at the bottom complimented by the insert which is stamped with the new Delicate Doilies set.

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Box of Tricks

This is one of the projects that we made at Team Training with Amanda Fowler last Saturday, I love it!  The box is made from a sheet of 12x12 Early Espresso textured cardstock and it holds 4 square cards.  All the cards have been made using the Teatime Simply Scrapping kit, a product I haven't really made much use of before bit it made these cards so quick and easy that I am sure that I will be using the Scrap kits more often in future.  The box was really quite simple to make you just need to make sure that all the score lines are in the right place and away you go, the decoration is simply a torn piece of card and a punched border and some of the new ruffled ribbon to finish.  I think it would make a great gift. 

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

This is what I have been busy making this week, I'm making about 30 of these ready for our team training day on Saturday. All the demonstrators in the Inspiring Inkees team swap their wonderful creations so that we can take away some inspiration.
I have used one of the new hostess gifts, Faith in Nature, and stamped the background of my card in matching ink with the leaf image. I then added a band, again in matching card, using the lace border punch. The focal point is the flower image stamped in bashful blue ink once more and punched using the largest circle punch. I daubed around the edge of the circle to add a little depth.
I am so looking forward to seeing what swaps I will receive in exchange, maybe I will get some inspiration for the swaps I need to make for convention, I will need to make maybe as many as two hundred for that!

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