Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Gorgeous Spring Colours!

Hello! Well if it wasn't for the horrendous wind it'd actually be a lovely Spring day today! But the gales are awful and you'd be blown off your feet if you tried to go for a walk! So, instead I got out my crafty bits and bobs and made a little card...
I've used Polka Dot Pals Maeve from Little Miss Muffet Stamps, isn't her hair gorgeous! I wish my hair was thick like hers, not a chance after having a baby! Mine's been coming out in clumps so I've got a poor excuse for a ponytail at the minute! Anyway, I coloured using Copics, and used scraps and pearls to bling it up a bit whilst still keeping it CAS. 

You can find my card over on our LMMS Facebook Group Page, along with lots of other ideas! And the current challenge at the LMMS Challenge Blog is Spring Colours so why not join in? Thanks so much for popping by!


Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Just Purrfect

Hi peeps... it's really late and I can't sleep so I am up sharing this evenings creation with you, and here it is...
This little cutie is called Lil' Kitty, she's from the Pollycraft Swings 'n Slides collection, available over at Little Miss Muffet Stamps! Isn't she a sweetie?! My cards are very CAS at the moment as I have to walk through Darcie's room to get to my craft room... and as I only get a chance to craft when she's sleeping then it's very difficult. So for now I'm using a mobile craft room... well a box of bits and bobs really! I really need to find a solution!

Anyway, I coloured her with Copics, and added some scraps of paper (Pink Petticoat I think), some pearls and a bit of doodling! Pop by the Little Miss Muffet Stamps Facebook Group or Blog to see more inspiring projects! Thanks for taking the time to visit today!

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Spencer Loves Cake

Hiya peeps! Just a quick hello and card today. Hope you're all doing ok. I've used a new stamp from Little Miss Muffet Stamps called Spencer Loves Cake... Mmm don't we all! You can find him and lots of other fab images over at Little Miss Muffet Stamps. Don't forget to check out the Facebook Page and blog for more ideas and inspiration!

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Lovely Lilac & Lemon

Hello again...I know I can hardly believe it myself, two posts in one morning is impossible, well not quite! As I mentioned in my post earlier today, I'm back with a DT creation for the Passion for Promarkers Challenge, my first card for PFP in a very long time! BUT, as it's my choice of theme this week I'm back! So here is my LOVELY LILAC AND LEMON card...
I am on a roll with the baby theme, I have another friend who just had a baby girl, so this card will come in handy! For the background I coloured patches of colour with my Promarkers and blended using the colourless blender...first time I've tried this as I didn't have any paper I liked enough to go with the image. I think I'll try this technique again as I like the effect. I added some doodling too, of course!

We are sponsored by Crafty Sentiments Designs who are giving away 3 digi images to our lucky winner! But you've gotta be in it to win it so get those purple and yellow promarkers out! The other DT girls have come up with some corker cards this week, pop by the challenge blog to see them all and get all the challenge details!

Details:
Stamp - Lily of the Valley, Colouring - Promarkers, Sentiment Stamp - Artemio, twine and pearls from stash

Collecting Wrinkles!


Good morning! I'm up bright and early today so thought I'd pop this card on now... I'll have another card a little later on to post. Ok, so for this card I used one of the fab new releases from Bugaboo at Little Miss Muffet Stamps, "Grandpa's Wrinkles" (coloured with Copics)... great for anyone who's got a few miles on the clock lol! This stamp is just one of a bunch of new releases at Little Miss Muffet Stamps, so make sure you pop by the store and take a peek! We have more inspiration on our Facebook page, and of course the Little Miss Muffet blog

If you have time, pop back later to see my Passion for Promarkers card, my first in a long while for the PFP challenge...