Ooooooh christmas is getting close! I am so excited! This next week is gonna be super fun, full of festive goodness!
I am flying by quickly to share a few more christmas cards.
This time all of the parts came from poundland! I got the topper pack, bows, paperstack and washi tapes from the Let It Snow range. On the first card I also used a scrap of glitter card and some die cut snowflakes.
Popping in today to share with you some more cards that I made recently! This time, its a very buttony affair!
I particularly like the wreath – I think its very classy! I will most definately have to post them as large letters though!
Goodness it has been quite some time since I shared with you a card that I have made hasnt it! I dont really find time to make cards so much these days. But christmas time is a great time to get back to it.
I made this random assortment of cards from supplies in my aunties craft stash when I went to visit to make christmas cards. It is quite a mental work out, working with someone elses supplies.
I think my favourite is the 3rd one, with the decoupage topper sentiment. It is so classy!
Another Stash Busting post. Blimey. I am surprised I have managed to keep this up for more than a week! Most unlike me!
This time around, I worked with a very pretty collection from Wilko’s called … which I bought last time I visited my Auntie. This set included paper, pearls, ribbon, doileys and toppers.
Here are the cards I made.
I really loved the topper sheet – for the small price of £1 you got a whole load of topper stickers, and each of them came in larger and smaller options, so this makes it so you can have big and little cards that look equally good. (Maybe its only me that fusses over proportions)
And the paper pack is just lovely. It features all sorts of lovely patterns. The theme seems to be butterflies though, so perhaps its time I dig out my Butterfly dies.
Hi all! Time for another stashbusting post!
This time I am using my Docrafts Folk Florals set. Thats the papers, ribbons and bows. I bought these in John Lewis a good while ago in a sale. The paper pack was only £2 and the ribbons and bows were £1 each and by jove, they have been worth so much more than that. Because the paper pack has such a variety of papers including pages with frames and pages with sentiments you could probably make over 50 cards if you really tried as well as a bunch of super cute gift tags!
Here are the 4 cards I made this time around.
Arent they sweet? They are a6 in size wich makes them just adorable. I love working with a6 cards as they force you to take it back to basics and really think about what you are doing.
For this Stash Busting Sunday post I have come over all Disney.
Yes, those of you who know me know I am not a great fan of Disney. I don’t think I ever have been. The only real exceptions are Toy Story (I grew up with Andy so blubbered like a baby in 3 because I too was at that age of growing up and leaving my family and home comforts behind to go to university) and Coco, which was absolutely excellent. However, you cant deny the appeal of such a classic character.
For these cards I used a pack of letter tiles, a pack of pearl embellishments, and some toppers from the Winnie The Pooh paper crafting range from pound land, as well as a sheet or two from their Fall in Love range paper pack and some sparkly glitter paper. Aren’t the little pooh bear and honey pot gems just adorable!
My poor nan had to have surgery on her shoulder recently. I made this card ages ago (back in late april) but her appointment got cancelled and rescheduled so I had to wait to post this until she had received it. She has now had her surgery and is not allowed to use her arm for a couple of weeks until it is healed.
I made it using a few bits and bobs I got in The Works and some flowers from my Aunties craft stash.
Making this card with such minimal supplies was what really inspired me to start using up my card making stash.