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Monday, 29 September 2014

Button Christmas Pudding...

Evening all...
September seems to have passed me by in Blogland...
but rest assured I have been crafting and drawing and cardmaking and I'm very happy to say that I have had some designs turned into stamps by the new on-line company

Here is a card made with my own design new stamp Button Christmas Pudding.


 I totally love buttons so a few of my designs have a button theme.
I coloured with Promarkers and then Spectrum Noir pencils.


 Added glitter and glossy accents and cut out and layered onto a scallop circle.
Mounted on to layered squares with some modern Christmas papers, tied with green organza ribbon and a sentiment and a red button tied with red gingham ribbon.



As well as being very cute it's also a very good price at £3.99.
You can see all my designs on my own page
Sally-ann Baker.

Some challenges...

Crafty Ribbons Challenge...Buttons and Ribbon
Winter Wonderland...Layer it up

I'd love some feedback and some sales of course and if you have any stamp suggestions for me I'd love to hear those too....

Thanks for popping by!

Back soon with some more cards..

Sally
xxxxxx

Friday, 5 September 2014

Red Poinsettas...

Hi all
It's Friday...
which is good as I've only done 3 days back at work and I'm needing a good nights sleep and a lie in tomorrow.
 Followed by some crafting of course!

I have another of the new Wild Rose Studio Christmas stamps to show you.


This cute little mouse with his prize Poinsetta.

I coloured with Promarkers and Spectrum Noir pencils.
This red pencil is so vibrant.

I like the red, white and blue colour combo at the moment.



The papers are from the Frosted Lace pack and the die is called Snowy Corner.




I love these little blue flowers on the paper especially with the added blue gems.

Just a couple of challenges...

ABC Christmas Challenge...R for Red Poinsettas
Papertake Weekly...Anything Goes

Hope you all have a good weekend with a spot of crafting thrown in...


Thanks for stopping by....

TTFN

Sally