Well howdy there! Two things have happened this week.
One, winter has proper landed, at least where I am.
Two, I’ve been having a little tinker with some ‘tester’ bits that I have had laying around since creating them to highlight the results of ome products and files that I designed.
I am 100% sure that you don’t want me to share the wintery bit so I shall instead share some winter wishes via the card that I made with my ‘bits’.
That’s reet smart, even if I do say so myself. :)
So listen, because I was tinkering I didn’t take any step-by-step photos but here is a quick run down.
I used the following cutting files with my Brother Scan N Cut:
- Free Lattice Files (click here to go to the relevant blog post to download).
- Fancy Flourish Header Card (click here to get the files from www.digitalcraftemporium.co.uk)
- Quilled Eyelash Flower Set (click her to get the files from www.digitalcraftemporium.co.uk)
The fancy header card was modified by chopping it in half at the fold line and then gluing the swirly ends together so that it became a side fold card, rather than a tent fold card.
The trellis was then chopped down to fit inside the fancy header frame.
I rolled and secured the flowers with a little PVA and then glued in place with Pinflair glue gel so that they looked more like a bouquet of bursting blooms (oo, bit of illiteration there fore you).
To finish I added some ‘Candi’ to the centre of the flowers and then created the winter wishes sentiment on the computer, printed and cut it out (with scissors – I know, how ‘old school’) and then shaped it and stuck it in place with Pinflair glue gel in order to maintain the shape.
The last bit was to add some mini pearls to each of the intersections of trellis around the edge – and hey presto, Bob really IS your uncle – job done!
Now for the dramatically lit fashion shot …
Swish those hips love!
Lol, anyway, before I go completely off my rocker, I’d like to send you all winter wishes and I hope that you are all ahead in the race to get everything ready for the big ‘C’.
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Many thanks for taking the time to read about my little creations.
I’ll see you again soon!