Saturday, 3 December 2016


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I have 2 fantastic Spellbinders Dies for you at an even more fantastic price!

They retail at £9.99 and for today's special I've reduced them to £5 each plus £1 p&p
I only have a few in stock so please don't miss out!!!

More tomorrow

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I hope you enjoy my blog and please feel free to comment on my cards, feedback is appreciated

June x

Tuesday, 29 November 2016


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The background to this sparkly card is actually white although it looks as if it's a pink hue!

A very easy card to make using a selection of dies and coloured card

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June x


  • 8"x8" white card blank
  • red foundation card by Creative Expressions
  • Peace die and border die by Sue Wilson for Creative Expressions
  • Glitter Jewels by Creative Expressions
  • red organza ribbon
  • flat back pearl
  • red tourbillon

Sunday, 27 November 2016

Autumnal Tree


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I think today's card would be ideal for a
male recipient, what do you think?

I started with a piece of A4 copper card by Creative Expressions and folded it to make an A5.  I added a mat of white card and another of the copper but I embossed the copper card using Celtic Flower by Sue Wilson for Creative Expressions

I stamped the tree (an old one from my stash) using Perfect Medium by Ranger, coated it with WOW Copper embossing powder then drew a few lines on the tree trunk to give some definition

The Warm Wishes is from a freebie set and was also stamped and embossed the same as the tree

Using shrink plastic I stamped and embossed several leaves from the same freebie pack using WOW Copper embossing powder and added a little red to one leaf and black to another for contrast.  These were adhered around the tree base and one leaf to the tree branch

To complete I lightly dusted a little Mowed Lawn Distressing Ink by Ranger to and around the tree base, a little Broken China Distressing Ink by Ranger to the top left corner of the card.  I then drew a 'fussy' thin border to finish

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June x

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