Tuesday, 29 December 2015

A Christmas selection

Well it's over for another year so now to look forward to 2016.
Thought I would just share a few oof my Christmas makes today. Unfortuately I seem to have missed out taking photos of some of my best creations. Too hasty to get them in the post!

This first one is simply paper rolled to make the tree.

For this one I used some Jayne Nestorenko stamps, Sue Wilson foliage and Spellbinders bauble dies

This wreath is a copy of the one I made at Andy Coate's workshop at Sunrise Crafts, Wombourne

This is a frame I decorated with various pieces of embossed card  and bits & bobs coloured with Distress Inks and gilding wax 

For this one I used a Sue Wilson stamp

and for this one I used the Sue Wilson Greeting tree die glittered and  Sweet Dixie poinsettia dies

Well that's about it. All that's left is to wish you a very Happy New Year.

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

New home

My son & his wife moved into their new house this week and this is the card I made for them. The centre panel was created using Brushos which I love. The house & tree stamp was a freebie with Craft Stamper magazine some time ago. The banner was made with Clarity stamps.
Thanks for visiting
Pat xx

Sunday, 6 December 2015

Where did November go

Two cards today that I made last month. I have been making a few Christmas cards but wont share them as they haven't been sent to the recipients yet and I wouldn't want to spoil the surprise.

The first card is one I made for a dear friend's birthday. The backing paper is one I created using the same DI that I had used to colour the lovely poppy image and some gold random embossing.

This next one I made for my dear Granddaughter Jessica's 16th birthday last month. Like me she loves the Gorjuss girls.I coloured the image with copics, the sentiment is a Tim Holtz stamped onto a topper from the gg paper pack. 

I just have a couple more Chrissy cards to do then I'm done. Must admit I have bought some cards  this year as time has been short.
I did attend a couple of workshops at Sunrise Crafts, Wombourne last month which was great fun. One with Andrew Coates where we made a lovely Christmas wreath. 

The other with Bhanu when we made a gorgeous card which I will share at a later date.

Wells that's it from me today
sending very best wishes
Pat xx