Tuesday, 23 December 2008

monochromatic quickutz flower

The challenge on the Quickutz Challenge blog was to be monochromatic, so here is my entry. The revolution flower and cookie cutter nesting flower, along with a butterfly I printed onto acetate, really simple.
Saturday, 13 December 2008

scrummy spring

Angie set the classover on the Scrummy Stash Cafe blog this week. Although I loved the class I had no scrapping mojo, so I made a little card instead:)
In all the cold of winter this reminds me of spring and easter eggs :), I used a pebbles inc duplicates rub on and very old (but I still love the colours) American Crafts simply chic papers. I also used the Ellison flowers and stems extended cut die.
Monday, 1 December 2008

scrummy plain

Maria’s challenge over on the Scrummy Stash Cafe blog this week was to use no patterned papers.
I thought about stamping a background, I thought about a lot of doodling, and then I though that I would go simple and minimalist.
The title was cut from the off cut of my 12x12 white bazzill using the cuttlebug olivia alphabet, I cut three layers of letters to give it dimension. The leaves of the roses were cut from green core-dinations cardstock, and the roses from orange peel bazzill with the edges inked with white staz-on. There are five concentric circles cut with the smaller nestabilities dies.