my little crafting world!!

Welcome to my little blog. hope you like what you see!!

I created this blog (albeit basic!) to have a reference for all the cards I have done.
Please feel free to take inspiration from anything, but please do not copy my designs, for any reason. Registered & Protected

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Friday, 25 February 2011

with love hAnglar stAnglar

another stamp from this collection.
coloured with copics. glitter and gems added for sparkle. ribbon from stash. wording done on PC and cut with cuttlebug. pink card across card punched with Fiskars edging punch.

any comments welcome
thanks for looking x

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

hAnglar & stAnglar card

hAnglar & stAnglar card - girl on branch.
don't know if this has a correct title for the image. couldn't find one anywhere!!
coloured with copics. supposed to be a darkish pink colour although it looks orangey for some bizarre reason!
added glamour dust to edges of her wings. diamontes to the twirls of her antenae
Wording done on PC cut with cuttlebug.
added candy dots for effect.

do you think it needs something else?
its my first proper hanglar stanglar card so am not too sure if I have done it justice.

as always I appreciate you looking and any comments good or bad always appreciated

hugs Rosie x

Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Happy Birthday

happy birthday to me!! LOL

well its my birthday today and I made a card for a dear docraft buddy called Bashnee (Sandra).
Hope she doesn't mind me posting it on here first.

I think this is a Tilda image (or Magnolia) I'm never sure which one is correct LOL
anyway image is from my dear friend Kym from half way round the world in Tasmania. Thanks Kym.
coloured with copics. Added glamour dust to edges of wings for effect.
Flowers from stash, leaves cut with martha stewart leaf punch.
Added gems to the ends of her antenna for effect.

hope you like it and more to the point that Sandra does!!

any comments or suggestions welcome