This is the first in a series of 4 samples using the Diesire Mixed Media dies from Crafter’s Companion. This time I am sharing some card making ideas. The dies are the same as those featured in January and March this year. For today’s project Ive used the ‘Cogs in Motion’ set. This time I… Continue reading Fabulous You!
For this little patchwork TL die I also used the accompanying stamp. I made an easel card with a pop up fence. The donkey was stamped and embossed with gold glitter embossing powder then coloured with aqua markers. The background was also created with the markers. You will need: Also pink, gold glitter and cream… Continue reading Donkey days!
The fourth project, a stepper card, features the TL small city. It has been teamed up in this intsance with some of the TL nativity dies for a scene full of tradition and eastern promise.I have kept the colour palette simple confining it all to sand, saphire and black with gold highlights. This is what… Continue reading Desert city
The third project, a shaker card, features the TL quilted robin,snow globe and holly tuck-in dies. I’ve also used the waste from the snowflake tuck-ins. It’s another twinkly Christmas indulgence! This is how it looks: Project 3. Apart from coloured cardstock (blue, white, purple, red, kraft and silver glitter)and snowy acetate, you will need: To… Continue reading Snow globe
This completes the trio of cards featuring the same die. The tweaks today relate to colour, the addition of a stencilled background and ribbon. Here’s how it looks- card three: Here’s what you will need.: I selected a rectangle of the inked background card, this time in peach and apricot tones. I stencilled some meadow flowers… Continue reading Blooms in the breeze
This card is the second in a series using the Majestic Larkspur die from Tattered Lace.It uses the same techniques as card one in terms of the inky background with just a few tweaks. This is how it looks: This is what you will need: I used a white DL card blank, some adhesive and… Continue reading Flecks and flutters
If its a less fussy card you are after maybe this might suit. At least you will have clean fingers! Well, nearly! This card has a simple soft background and I decided to leave the die cut white. I desperately wanted to ink it but I resisted! You will need: Watercolour card; Pale pink card;… Continue reading Simple and understated
This card gives me an opportunity to introduce the Radiant Rain shimmering mists from Luminarte . Sounds good I know! These are yummy. They are packed with mica giving your work a splendid glow! Again the pigments are top quality, always delivering vibrant colour. However, be warned…you are going to get messy! (Crafters Companion website-… Continue reading Another example of ink and die cuts