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.
A Today I am sharing a card I have made for the youngest man in my life, my godson Felix, who is coming up to his 1st birthday. The image I have coloured is from A Day for Dasies and the papers are very old and from my stash. The sentiment is from My Paper Stash and I have used peel-off letter to complete the card.
I have made a Christmas card, by duplicating and flipping the digistamp and using it to frame a sentiment typed out in Serif CraftArtist 2. After being coloured with Promarkers, the topper was cut with a decorative Spellbinder die. It was mounted up using free papers which came with one of the magazines from Intermediate Media last year.
I have a rubber stamp with this sentiment and I use it and reproduce it in so many of my cards as I love it.
Today is the birthday of my middle child, Jasper. I made this card for his brother and sister to give him using a digistamp by Emma Canning at Polkadoodles and papers from DoCrafts. I coloured the digi to match his favourite outfit .
I have recently bought a set of watercolour pencils and have used them to colour this image. The backgrounds were printed from a digikit called Thanksgiving that was free from Daisytrail some time ago. All elements have been distrssed with Ranger Vintage photo ink.
Today’s card is made with an image called Fall fairy and is available from:
This fairy is from Scrapper’s Delights. I have used a spellbinder die to cut the border, a Hunkydory sentiment and wooden mushrooms to embeillish the card. All elements have been distressed with Ranger Vintage Photo ink.