Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Tuesday Taggers- Nursery Rhymes and another sneak peek.

This week the theme for the Tuesday Taggers challenge is Nursery Rhymes and  has been chosen by our very talented teamie Georgina.  The challenge is sponsored this week by Ribbon Oasis and if you are like me and love your ribbon then please include a link to them  in your post to be in with a chance of being chosen at random.  

I have chosen Little Miss Moffet for my card, and I have used a Flower Soft image and of course Flower Soft with some lovely black glitter on the spider.  Hope you like it. The rest of the DT have come up with some fantastic creations which I'm sure will inspire you so I hope you will pop over and join us this week.

Now I have another card to share with you that has been made using the SWALK 2 stamps and CD from Crafters Companion which launches on Friday 22nd.
 Another one using the Engaged is a Wonderful Place to be stamp and papers from the CD. I coloured the image using Distress inks. This is a tri-fold card and I rounded off the corners on the front and used a small nestie shape for the fastener.

Don't forget the Blog Hop over at the Crafters Companion News, Views and Inspiration blog as there is a £50 voucher up for grabs.

I'm off to the Hospital this morning for a scan and have got to drink loads of water before I can have it done. Just hope there is a Loo nearby for when it's over!!

More sneak peeks tomorrow so do please pop back.

Bye for now,
Pat xx


  1. Two fabulous cards Pat - the flowers soft looks wonderful
    lisa ;)

  2. Hi Pat

    Two gorgeous cards, but the fist really has to be my favourite. I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it over at Taggers.

    B x

  3. Both of these cards are gorgeous!

    They would be fabulous entries into the Top Tip Tuesday Anything Goes challenge this week - we have 4 amazing prizes up for grabs!! You can enter up to 3 times!

    Hope to see you there!

    Leanne xx

  4. Morning Pat

    Thought I had better come and answer your question before I forget.

    Photoshop - hmm, far from convinced and if I am honest it's delivered none of the things I hoped for.

    I spent ages researching the programme to buy and so far I can't see what it actually provides that is of any use for what I need.

    I know I am rather thechno phobic, but I have spent hours trying to achieve such things as fuzzy edges to soften my images, but it just does not seem to provide those elements.

    I can change the colour of my images, put lines across them and so on, but that's not what I'm after. I live in hope someome will say to me yes it does, just do this or that, but so far I feel I have just wated £60 odd pounds.

    B x


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