I had a lovely time with the Hunkydory Love Christmas kit. The artwork is beautiful and the cards are just perfect.
I particularly love the cards for family members as most of us want to give a special card to the ones we love.
They also have co-ordinating inserts with messages.
I have been lucky enough to be on school holiday s and have had a few days this week where the weather has been too awful to step out of the door. (Hooray!) Here are a couple of my favorite card from the last week or so.
I have today sent 3 cards along with an application to the Polkadoodles DT call. No doubt I’ll be one of thousands so I am not setting my hopes too high but thought I’d update my blog with some other Polkadoodles cards I have made.
Wish me luck!
This was made using the Kanban Christmas City Belles toppers and cardstock. The cardstock was folded and cut to approx. 6 x 6 ins. then trimmed around a circular scallop frame. The topper and sentiment were also mounted on scalloped silver mirror card and the card was finished with a double bow.
I have Made a load of cards for the Kanban blog, so please take a look.
The stamped image is from Wild Rose Studio designs, coloured.with Promarkers, free backing papers and a Hunkydory card blank. Die-cut shapes cut with the Grand Caliber and a variety of dies.
This is to be entered in the following challenges:
Whoopsie Daisy Challenges: Anything goes
Dream Valley Challenges: Die-cuts and punches
Thanks for looking,
The image is of Lottie with a friend. I absolutely love all the Humphrey’s corner images and before the line entered the craft world my daughter had numerous lovely things for her room with the Humphrey theme. Mothercare also did a lovely line in baby clothes – only up to age two though. I was very sad when she grew out of it.
This was made from a Humphrey’s Corner stamp, coloured with Promarkers. It is being entered in the Crafter’s Companion Monthly Blog Challenge. http://ccmonthlychallenge.blogspot.co.uk/