Dark blue is one shade that I struggle to colour. Having said that, I quite like the halo of bleeding around this fairy’s hat at it looks fluffy. I have used a delightful digistamp from Pollycraft. The backing paper and numbers ar old Kanban stash and the sentiment is Hunkydory. I’ve added some bling tomake this card extra special for the nine-year-old who’ll receive it.
My son was confirmed yesterday – it was such a lovely service. Here is the card I made for him. I made the Cross from ribbon and offset it to make a modern CAS design for a teenager. I printed out the words then added the ribbon and button.
I am not sharing a card today, but this pretty door hanger with name, made for my godson. It is made using Beatrix Potter papers from Crafter’s Companion and someother odd bits from my stash. I have decorated bot sides as Felix’s Mummy can choose which she prefers!
Today’s card is made using a Polkadoodles digistamp. The little tag is from Hunkydory and the metal flower is a bead from an old necklace! The flowers were assemled from bag-full that was given to me. and the papers are from a Polkadoodles pad that I think was free with a magazine, so this card was almost free to make and is perfect for the birthday of one of my daughter’s friends.
I made tis Christmas card using papers from Debbi Moore Designs.I considered adding a sentiment but thought the impact of the image was so strong that it would not be necessary. The infant Jesus in the mager was fussy cut and mounted onto the scene of the sky.