Thursday, 15 December 2016

Lavinia stamps December mid month inspiration.

Good evening Everyone! 
Just a reminder that there is still time to take part in the December creative challenge. 
You could be the lucky winner of a £40 gift voucher to spend in the Lavinia stamps shop. What a great way to start the new year. 
Please pop over to the Facebook page for full information. 
These are the distress inks I used. 
Dusty concord, Seedless preserves, mustard seed, Tumbled glass and salty ocean. Black versamark. 
The Lavinia stamps were: 

I used spectrum noir pens to color the rock. Winkastella clear pen to highlight the water. Cut the flourish on Scan n cut. 

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Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year. 

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Lavinia stamps January challenge. Starry night sky.

Hope you all had a great Christmas, would also like to wish you all a Happy New year.
The January Lavinia stamps challenge has just started over on their Facebook page. 
You could be the lucky winner of a £40 voucher to spend on Lavinia goodies. 
Just click the lik above to enter an get all the info needed. 

Have fun creating, look forward to seeing all the January creations. 

My projects for the January starry night sky.


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For this project I used seedless preserves, festive berries, dried marigold,peacock feathers, mowed lawn and soot black distress inks. Highlights with a silver glitter pen. 
The stamps I used were 

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For this project I used Stormy sky and faded denim distress inks for the background. 
I cut two star shapes out on the scan n cut, then placed the white star over the navy star, stamped 
Moon fairy on a piece of the navy card twice. Then decoupaged fairy an wings. http://laviniastamps.com/product/moon-fairy. The star stamp that was used for the background was 
also used silver leaf in the background. 

Sunday, 4 December 2016

Workshop Projects

Good afternoon. It's a cold but sunny day here in London. 
Had a wonderful day at Eileen Godwins workshop yesterday. Learnt a new technique that I've not tried before and really enjoyed making my projects. Was a very inspirational day. 
Great company as always with lots of crafty ladies. 
Also got to spend the day with a friend and my best buddy too.
 Thought I'd share my projects with you. 
This card was made using the Masterboard technique, which I love doing. 

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The following two cards were made using the mica spray, brushos and cling film technique. Such an easy technique to do, think I'll be using it more often. 
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