Saturday, 23 October 2021

My 'Inspiration Scribbler' Card for Scribbles Designs

 Today, I am sharing my 'Inspiration Scribbler' project, made for the
monthly Scribbler's showcase of Scribbles Designs Challenge Blog where the
theme this month is ‘Location, Location, Location'

Sharing my design team card...

The details of the current challenge can be found HERE
where we would like you to use any type of  House or Building in your project.


The products I have used are:
Scribbles Designs digi image - #863 Cafe
Crafter's Companion 'Textures' Embossing Folder - Distress
Stampin' Up - Word Window punch
Woodware Punch - Scalloped Oval
Promarkers

Thank you for visiting my blog today.
Janice x

Friday, 22 October 2021

My Time to Craft Christmas #021 - Christmas Transport

A new challenge starts today over at My Time to Craft Christmas
where the theme this fortnight is 'Christmas Transport'

Sharing my design team card...


The details of the challenge can be found HERE

I started by embossing the base card with the Snowflake Banner
embossing folder. I stamped the image using a black Stazon ink pad and
coloured with Promarkers.

I die cut the image using one of the Labels 4 dies, then glued it to
a piece of red card and carefully cut around the edge to leave a
 thin border. I attached it to the base card using 3D foam pads,
and added the red diamante gems.

The products I have used are:
Penny Black wood mounted stamp - Snow Fun
Crafts -Too Embossing Folder - Snowflake Banner
Spellbinders Labels 4
Promarkers

Thank you for visiting my blog today.
Janice x



Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Female Birthday Card

Today’s birthday card is one I made for my friend.
I came across the design on Handmade by Kath’s blog HERE
I thought it was such a lovely card to make using a pretty design paper,
 that I have CASEd her design.
I started by cutting a square of paper from my stash to fit on the card base. 
I edged it with a co-ordinating Promarker and placed the Crafts-Too Happy Birthday 
die across the corner, and ran it through my Cuttlebug.

Next, I die-cut the sentiment again using black 3D foam, and glued the two together.
I glued the paper directly onto the card base, then added the glued sentiment.
Lastly, I added Glamour Dust to the butterfly and roses and pearlised gems to the corners.
Thank you for visiting my blog today.
Janice x

Saturday, 16 October 2021

My Time to Craft Challenge #466 - 'Halloween' or Fall Colours

 A new challenge starts today over at My Time to Craft where the theme this
fortnight is 'Halloween' or Fall Colours

Sharing my design team card...

All the details of the challenge can be found HERE

After edging the leaf paper with a brown Promarker, I glued it to the card base.

I then die-cut the leaves in two different shades of brown card, glued them
directly onto the paper, stamped the sentiment and added the punched circles.

The products I have used are:
Julie Hickey Designs stamps - I Need: Everyday Sentiments
DSP - The Range /Changing Seasons
Leaf die - Brand unknown
EK Success Punch - Three small circles

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Janice x




Friday, 15 October 2021

A Bit More Time to Craft Challenge #146 - 'Anything Goes'

 A new challenge starts today over at A Bit More Time to Craft Challenge Blog 
where the theme is always 'Anything Goes'

Sharing my design team card, using two of the set of 
 Pastel Christmas digi papers.

Details of the challenge can be found HERE
where 3/5 randomly drawn winners will each get to choose
3 sets of Lozzy's papers.
Looking for latest Challenge Here Click Badge Below
I edged both pieces of paper with a green Promarker, mat and layered them onto
the base card, using 3D foam for the smaller piece.

I added Glamour Dust to the baubles, and finished with the sentiment
 and punched circles.

The products I have used are:
Lozzy's  Pastel Christmas digi papers
EK Sucess punch - Three small circles
Thank you for visiting my blog today.
Janice x

Thursday, 14 October 2021

A Fabric Covered Pumpkin

 After watching a few videos on YouTube, I thought I would have a go
at covering a polystyrene pumpkin which I bought on eBay with a
piece of fabric left over from a fat quarter.

It turned out to be quite simple, with the bonus of not using any glue.
I started by removing the stalk and making the centre hole bigger using scissors
and a chopstick!

Next, I placed the the pumpkin onto the fabric and started bringing the sides
up to the centre, using the chopstick to press the fabric into the hole.
Lastly, I placed the stalk back into the pumpkin to finish. 


I added it to my autumnal display, which includes the crochet pumpkin and
memory sock pumpkin which I made last year.

The details of how I made the pumpkins can be found HERE and HERE

The polysterene pumpkins came in a set of three, so I think I'll use some
different fabric to cover the other two.

Thank you for visiting my blog today.
Janice x

Monday, 11 October 2021

Female Birthday Card

 Today, I am sharing a commissioned birthday card I made earlier
in the year. There are some lovely images to use in these Little Hunkydory books.

I mat and layered the image and name on blue and black card,
added the corner sentiment and a couple of pearlised gems.

The products I have used are:
Die-Namics - Corner Concepts
Hunkydory Little Book of Home Sweet Home
Spellbinders Nestabilities - Deckled Rectangles
Name - Computer generated
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Janice x