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Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Exciting News!!

Hiya Folks, well what a busy few weeks with the rush up to Christmas, my birthday too and now that it is all over, I can breath now ... and get back to a bit of normality before the 'New Year' festivities begin!
But before they do, I have some exciting news that I'm bursting to tell you, ... I have recently become Design Team Member for Julia Spiri. My first post will be January 7th on the Challenge blog ...

So for now, I have created my project using this gorgeous 'freebie' image 'Nia and Owl' which you will be able to receive if you subscribe here. For all other Julia Spiri images, challenge details etc, please follow the links at the bottom of the page!!
My Project
Products Used
Julia Spiri - Nia and Owl Image
Promarkers - Almond, Blush, Antique Pink, Lilac, Orchid, Sandstone, Tan, Soft Green, Mustard, Cool Grey 2, 3 and 4
Glitter Gel Pen - Gold
Sakura Gelly Roll - Clear Star
Bazzil Bling - Backing Card
Papermania Capsule Collection - Lilac Backing Paper
X-Cut - 'Happy Birthday' Sentiment Dies
Joycraft - Corner Flourish and Butterfly Dies
Britannia - Rose Leaf Die
Prima - Flowers
Gold Backing Card, Resin Flowers and Gems from my stash

Printed off image, cut out and coloured using Promarkers. Die cut the corners, butterfly and rose leaves out of gold card from my stash. I used an 8x8 blank scalloped card and layered together the Bazzil Bling and lilac paper, adding the corners, flowers with leaves sentiment, butterfly and image. Finishing off with gems and resin flowers.
Close Ups
Thanks so much for stopping by and hope you like my card
So until the next time
'Happy Crafting'
Hugs Donna 
xxx

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Friday, 4 December 2015

Crafty Mess - Challenge 5 Anything Goes

Hiya Folks

Sharing with you my latest DT sample for our new challenge over at Crafty Mess . Our sponsors this month are That Craft Place and Morgan's Artworld . I have chosen 'That Craft Place' and using 'Little Present' which you can purchase here 
My Project 
Product Used
That Craft Place - 'Little Present' digi image
Creative Expressions - Sue Wilson Holly dies
X-Cut - Sentiment dies
Papermania - 'Pocket Full Of Posies' A4 paper and Adhesive gold domes
WOW! - Metallic Gold Rich embossing powder and Sparkling Snow embossing Glitter
Liquid Pearls - Ruby Red
ProMarkers - Almond, Blush, Berry Red, Crimson, Tan, Sandstone, Caramel, Mustard, Pear Green, Antique Pink, Cool Grey4 and Cool Grey5
Poinsettia Flower, Gold card and Brad  - From my stash

Layered together gold card and backing paper onto plain white scalloped C5 card. Printed off image, coloured using ProMarkers, added WOW! Sparkling Snow embossing Glitter to the 'fur' areas for effect and also Metallic Gold Rich to the 'buckle and Boot Eyelets' too,  then carefully cut out.  I die cut the holly sprigs and sentiments from gold card. To finish off I added the poinsettia flower and brad after adding again some WOW! embossing glitter to the leaf edges a snow effect and Liquid Pearls as berries on the holly sprigs. Not forgetting the Adhesive gold domes!
Close Ups 
Once again 'Thanks' so much for stopping by, I really do appreciate you all taking your time to leave such lovely comments, it means so much to me!!
Till the next time
'Happy Crafting'
Hugs Donna
xxx
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Wednesday, 2 December 2015

'Tis the Season with Crafty Addicts

Hiya Folks,
Well it's that time again....a new monthly challenge over at Crafty addicts. The theme is 'Anything Goes/Tis the Season' Our sponsors this month are Robyn's Fetish and Knitty Kitties. I have used the fab ''Prissy Poinsettia'' by Robyn's Fetish, which you can purchase here for my DT project. This is what I came up with ... Colour wise a bit different for me using shades of gold/copper/browns.

My Project 
 Products Used 
''Prissy Poinsettia'' - Robyn's Fetish digi stamp
Creative Expressions - Elegant Poinsettias rubber stamps by Sue Wilson
WOW! - Metallic Gold Rich (reg) and Metallic Copper (reg) Embossing Powder, Sparkling Snow Embossing Glitter
VersaMark - Ink Pad and VersaMarker Watermark Pen
Spellbinders - Decorative Ovals cutting dies
X-Cut - Sentiment dies and snowflake die
Docrafts - Adhesive Gold Domes and Forever Friends Classic Decadence adhesive gems
ProMarkers - Sandstone,Mustard, Umber, Cocoa, Tan, Cinnamon and Dusky Pink
Crafter's Companion - Watercolour card for poinsettia image.
Creata - Copper Mirror Card
Gold card and ribbon from my stash 

First of all a printed out the poinsettia image 3 times and carefully cut out in layers to decoupage. I coloured using the various ProMarker pens, assembled then added detail to the leaf veins by heat embossing using Versamarker pen and WOW Metallic Copper powder. I also embossed detail onto the berries with WOW Metallic Gold Rich and Sparkling Snow embossing glitter around the edges of the poinsettia. The base card I used was a scalloped plain white 8x8 card. For the background, I stamped and heat embossed all over using Poinsettia stamp, VersaMark ink pad and WOW Copper and Gold embossing powders. I die cut gold contrasting card from my stash using Spellbinders Decorative Oval die and added poinsettia topper, placing this in the centre of my project. I also cut out the sentiment words using X-Cut die and Creata mirror card, adding to the bottom and finishing off with the ribbon bow, die cut mirror card snowflake, gems and gold domes!!
Close Ups 

I hope this manages to help you get your creative caps on, would love you to join us over at Crafty Addicts and show off all your fab creations.  

 ''Thanks'' so much for taking the time to pop over, it really means alot to me.
So until the next time
''Happy Crafting''
Hugs Donna 
xxx

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