Hello again and here’s to another post where it would be far too much for me to tell you exactly how I made this. There are plenty of photos and my best friend loved it. All products used including the MDF is by Dreamees.
Hello again and thanks once more for stopping by. Today I am sharing a jewellery box I made for my best friend. It took such a lot of work that if I told you how I made it then we would be here until Christmas, so I shall just leave you with photos this time. Everything on here is by Dreamees except for the ribbon around the box which is from a selection by Create and Craft.
Today I am sharing a card which I made a little while ago but which I haven’t blogged.
This card was made using products from my favourite company Dreamees. I covered the blank card with paper printed from their CD Sweet Sunflowers and I found some coordinating Adorable Scoreable to use to mat and layer. The card itself was made with Dreamees Sunflower stamp which I masked over on parts of the card and a sentiment stamp and some leaves all made using masking. I found the correct colours in the Dreamees Dinky Inkies to colour my card in. Once that was dry I decided to use the stitching tool and made a hand stitched border around the card to add some texture. As lovely as machined stitching is you cannot beat a bit of hand sewing on a card.
Thank you once again for stopping by and I hope to see you here again soon.
You don’t have to tell me that it’s been a while since I blogged. Unfortunately other things have encroached on my blog time and I just haven’t got around to getting proper posts written, some are actually still in the draft section. Now I seem to have that little more time on my hands I thought that I would start off some blogging today showing you the cards I made for my niece’s 9th birthday which happens to fall today.
These cards were easy to make but also enjoyable. First card is the obligatory Unicorn card. She is mad about Unicorns and if you are mad about unicorns then you must have a unicorn birthday card. These images just suited her, sparkly unicorns, with a little help from a Tattered Lace alphabet die and some Hunkydory Adorable Scoreable.
The second card is Mr Men and Little Miss.
I adore these characters and there are so many for different people but the sentiment on this decoupage just summed up what I wanted to say. She is indeed my sunshine and crafting mini me, I cannot wait to show her how to use the new Scan and Cut I have acquired, once I have got it out of the box and tried it out myself that is.
So first post of many. Thank you for popping by and I will be posting soon, that is a promise.
Bunny here is something which I should have shared ages ago but just didn’t get around to it!
Bunny is not intended as an Easter decoration but she could be displayed at Easter and I could have designed it with more of an Easter theme.
I chose pink and green as it is a colour combination that I do not usually use and I think I have dine a pretty good job on this. Apart from the pink flowers which were pre made and in my stash everything you see here is by my favourite craft company Dreamees. I have so many of their products and I do not fail to use them week in week out and the quality is fantastic.
I stuck the paper on the MDF and embossed the MDF before I put it all together and made sure that the pieces were secure before they were added to the base. Once the base was secure I added the flowers which I made from left over pieces of paper I had used on the flower-pot. I was careful not to overdo the flowers on the base. I finished the flower-pot off with some lace. This was the last thing I did as it was looking bare and needed a little something. I hope you like it.
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So the first post in a little while is a little delayed but I wanted to show you the birthday card I made for my sister.
When I saw the Wonder Woman collection I had to have it as I thought it was brilliant and I knew it would last me quite a while as there is plenty of it.
This was a simple card to make. I used an 8×8 inch card as my base and used some of the backing paper to cover the base. I cut a piece of black card to 7.5×7.5 inches and then cut the yellow backing paper to 7.3×7.3 and stuck it on. I then used some of the Wonder Woman ribbon to mark off some of the paper and then I added the decoupage pieces. The sister sentiment was added using the accompanying letter sheets that were in one of the sets.
I haven’t made anything else from this collection just yet but I am sure that I will make some more cards and maybe some gifts in the future, I certainly have plenty of the kit left so it will be here as and when it’s needed.
Thank you for stopping by and I look forward to you stopping by once again.
This is so much later than I had planned!!! But I am here and blogging again and at least I can share something I have given as a gift recently.
So here is the first thing that I have ready to share
This lovely black cat was an MDF kit by the lovely Dreamees and whilst I own a dog, my best friend has a cat and I knew this would be perfect.
This is a very simple design as it turns out. I put the cat together as per (or should that be purr) the instructions and painted it with a black acrylic paint I had in my stash. Once I had done this on both sides I started bit by bit with the Modge Podge and the Glitter. This took some time as I wanted to make sure it was well coated, but it wasn’t days just a few more hours to make sure it was perfect. It didn’t take long to coat both sides and once it had dried completely and was covered I gave it a good spray with my Spray and Shine which is excellent for a varnish effect and gives a good protection (it does stop the glitter coming off too). I added a ribbon and then thought, you know I could do something else with this. I headed off to my MDF stash and found a rectangle the right size. I painted and glittered and then added this sentiment cut using some mirri card and a Tattered Lace die which was free with one if their magazines. Sprayed this bit and then adhered it with redline tape and there you have it.
my best friend loved it.
Thank you for stopping by and I will be updating this more regularly as time goes by and I have more projects to share.