Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Passion For Promarkers Challenge #403 - Add Pearls

Hi Crafters,

Another Tuesday has come around again and so we have a new challenge starting at Passion for Promarkers.

Add Pearls

To qualify for the prize from Uniko Stamps who are offering a (in stock) stamp set of your choice, you must firstly follow the theme and use your Winsor Newton (formerly Letraset) markers.

I had a commission for a rather unusual Wedding card recently. The recipients love to spend time in their caravan and so this was the theme of their card. I managed to find this Woodware stamp set and thought the caravan and banner were perfect. I coloured them to match in with the gold and cream of the papers and lace and added a little touch of Wink Of Stella clear pen for a shimmery look. Hopefully the second picture shows this for you. 
(you might need to enlarge it)



Caravan and Banner Image - Woodware Stamp JGS516 Caravan
Coloured with Promarkers
(Champagne, Eggnog, Buttercup, Ivory, Satin, W Grey 5, 3, & 1, Earth Yellow)
Glitter Girls Gold Thread Background (very old stash)
Guipure Lace
Pearl String
La La Land Filigree Corner Die
Tonic Scalloped Oval Die
Darice Heart Embossing Folder
Wink of Stella Clear Pen

Challenges I'd like to enter:

Moving Along with the Times - #49 Wedding, Anniversary or Engagement
Crafty Catz - #378 Add Lace
Fussy and Fancy - #191 Celebration
One Crazy Stamper - July ATG
Noor Design - #32 Use Die Cuts
613 Avenue Create - #199 ATG / Monochrome
Crafty Calendar Challenge - July ATG
The Ribbon Girl - July Card Challenge
Crafty Cardmakers - #192 Tic Tac Toe
(Pearls, Stamp, Die Cuts)

Thank you for joining me today, don't forget to check out the fabulous inspiration over on the Passion for Promarkers challenge blog and enter our challenge for a chance to win the wonderful prize from Uniko Stamps.

See you soon,

Lorraine
xXx

Monday, 10 July 2017

Love Is In The Air

Hi Crafters,

I'm sorry my blog posts have been rather sporadic of late, I'm usually on top of things but since the beginning of this year I just can't seem to get in to my groove. There'll be times when I think 'right I'm on track now with orders and life in general' and then something throws a spanner in to the works and I have to scramble about frantically to catch up.
I have tons of photo's of cards in my folder that I haven't had chance to share yet so here is one for today.


Recipe
Glittered Papers - Artico Wedding Pad
Ribbon from Stash
Spellbinders Heart Die from the 'Lovin' Diamonds' Die Set
Sentiment - LOTV Stamp
Britannia 'Congratulations' Die

I believe this fits in with these challenges:

As You Like It - Favourite Way To Add Ribbon and Why
( I love to add ribbon in the form of bows on my projects and as you can see this is rather a large one, but as it's such a lovely ribbon I like to make a statement with it)
Moving Along With The Times - #49 Wedding, Anniversary or Engagement
Craft-Dee Bowz - #July Challenge

Thanks for joining me today, I'm off to have my breakfast now, lol, it's been an early start.

Lorraine
xXx

Sunday, 9 July 2017

Christmas Card Club Challenge #14 - A Christmas Snowy Scene

Hi Crafters,

Where do these weeks go?
It's already time for another new challenge at our friendly Christmas Card Club and this week it was Shaz's turn to choose the theme.

A CHRISTMAS SNOWY SCENE

Recipe
Embossalicious Cloud Folder
Cuttlebug Snow Folder
Distress Ink - Tumbled Glass
Perfect Pearls Shimmer Spray
Glitter Card
Memory Box Dies - Curved Dashing, Cute Cottage, Frosted Roof and Ledges
Magnolia Doohickey Dies - Slender Firs, Snowy Forest
Britannia Die - Christmas Flight

Challenges I'd like to enter:
CHNC Every Saturday - #341 ATG Christmas
CHNC Extra - July Challenge
Unicorn Challenge - #23 Christmas in July
Deep Ocean - #158 Lots of Layers


I had made a card similar to this last year using the cottage die and thought it was perfect for this challenge, thank you Shaz for a great theme.
Pop over to the other CCC members blogs by following the links in the tab at the top of my blog for more Christmas inspiration.

See you soon,

Lorraine 
xXx