Wednesday, 31 December 2008
Saturday, 27 December 2008
Sunday, 21 December 2008
Thursday, 18 December 2008
Monday, 15 December 2008
Tuesday, 9 December 2008
Sunday, 7 December 2008
Friday, 5 December 2008
Anyway, Santa and his tree were coloured with prismacolour pencils and highlighted with stickles. The background is done with twinkling H2O's.
The challenge this week on the High Hope's blog was 'metal madness'. I don't think I went 'mad' with the metal , but I've incuded some metal brads and a metal photo turn on the the sentiment.
The papers are K&Co. Buttons are from my stash.
I think that is it for today...
Off to chill after a busy morning running a Mum's and Tot's group...
Have a great weekend everyone. Hope you get time to do some inking up!
Thursday, 4 December 2008
She is coloured with prismacolor pencils and highlighted with white ink pen. Don't look too closely, I think I went a bit mad with the highlights! I cut her out and pop her onto my new nestie labels. The DP is from Cherry Arte 'Morocco' collection. The ribbon is from SU and the sentiment is stickers from Doodlebug.
Hope you are all having a warm day and not blasted by these artic winds and blizzards we have been forecast!
love Judy x
Wednesday, 3 December 2008
I've even managed to decorate the insides of the cards! I couldn't fit the whole greeting on the front and I'm really pleased to give them a card with both inside and outside decorated. The cupcake stamp is also from Hero Arts and I used a quickutz die to cut the photocorners.
Right, back on to the Christmas cards today! Anyone else out there got more snow today?? Wow, what a winter we aer having up here..so crisp and cold and snowy! Beautiful!
Monday, 1 December 2008
For the embellishments I used ribbon from Rasperry Ribbons, holly from Making Memories and brads from Doodlebug! The sentiment is made with my Around the Block tape writer..great fun :)
Hope you have all had a good weekend..we have had no hot water. It will hopefully be fixed today. How much we rely on these things!
Have a great day,