Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Well its my last week of being on the GDT for Papertake Weekly. I have enjoyed playing along  and seeing what everyone has made for the challenges. This week there is a sketch and here is my take on it .........

All papers are by October Afternoon, the little Injun is by Nellie Snellen. Button Twine by The Ribbon Girl.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

True colours

As it's the Queens Jubilee soon Papertake Weekly want you to use our national colours
Red, White and Blue. The Ribbon Girl are sponsoring this weeks challenge.

For my take on the challenge I made a Union Jack heart using  Union Jack Buttons available from the Ribbon Girl sprinkled with seed beads inbetween. I framed the heart into a box frame.

I am going to hang this in my new craft room once its been finished decorating.

Monday, 21 May 2012

Book Lover

Want to be in with a chance to win one of the prizes below ?

A Day for Daisies
Prize; $12 Gift Card

Make the Day Special
Prize; 'Smarty Pants' and 'Metropolis' Paper Smooches Stamp Sets

 Well all you have to do is to join in with this weeks challenge over at Cupcake Crafts by making a project which includes an image of a book,Either make a bookmark or even use pages from old book

I made a corner book mark using October Afternoon paper and a stamp from the young rebel range by Nellie Snellen. As a finishing touch I added some button twine from the Ribbon Girls

Sunday, 20 May 2012

Ribbon Girl colour challenge

This months colour challenge is cream and pink, what a delicious combination ?
The prize will be a Ribbon Girl Lavender Mini Ribbon Kit plus a £10 voucher from the very generous ladies over the Lili of the Valley online store .

Its a must that you should pop over to the challenge blog to savour the lovely projects the DT have made.

Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Recycled flowers

Its another Tuesday and time for a new challenge over at Papertake Weekly. The theme is in the Garden, a floral or gardening theme,sponsored by
 Bugaboo Stamps.
For the tag above I ripped apart a card that my good friend Andrea  , from the Ribbon Girl, made me and have  re used the hand made flowers and lace. Waste on want not is my motto (no not really I usually throw everything, all scraps the lot) so used them on my floral tag :)  The paper is by October afternoon and word by papertrey ink.

Sunday, 13 May 2012

In the Pink

Polka doodles Challenge are asking for you to make something  monochromatic . I chose my favourite colour for cards Pink :) The lovely pink button twine is from the Ribbon Girl.

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Calling for cute.

Well my first week of being a GDT member for Papertake Weekly has gone so quickly. This week they  are asking for cute projects and  are  being sponsored by The Stamp Fairy.

For my card I used a card topper bought from The Hobby House as well as the gorgeous rose ribbon. The paper is by My Minds Eye.

Monday, 7 May 2012

Ooh La La

Think something Saucy, something french, red, white and blue...

thats the choice over at Cupcake crafts this week.We have a fab sponsor

Heather Ellis
with a Prize of  3 images of the winner's choice

I admit I found this a hard challenge....so pop over for some more inspiration.

Saturday, 5 May 2012

One for the boys...

I find making boy/men cards difficult but managed to make this card for a friends father...love the humourous image and the smutty insuendo in which the way the  patterened paper ended up saying :)

Background  paper is  by October Afternoon. The Button twine is from The  Ribbon Girl.
I am entering this into Cute Card Thursday challenge.

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Its anything goes, with an optional extra to add lace this week over at Papertake Weekly challenge They are being sponsored by Lili of the Valley.

I was honoured to be asked to be the Guest Designer for the month of May and here is my card.

I used a PTI sketch  and Lili of the Valley image. All papers are by October Afternoon.
 Buttons, lace and button twine are by The Ribbon Girl.
Thanks for looking and please pop over to the Papertake Weekly blog to see the wonderful work of the DT.