Time for another quickie? Ok, you’ve got it.
This week I have set a little challenge for myself. To make and create cards or card fronts in less than fifteen minutes – less time than it takes to cook a pizza – which I will most likely scoff at the end of making the first in this challenge.
I hope that you enjoy the series as it grows and will have a think about giving it a go yourself.
Good evening! I am pleased to share with you number seven of seven in the tag art mini-series of blog posts.
Good evening! I am pleased to share with you number six of seven in the tag art mini series of blog posts.
… you’re in for a little surprise.
For the filthy minded the title of this post, and its content, probably won’t match up to your expectations.
For the rest of you, I think you’ll be pleasantly rewarded.
After the marbling workshop that we did in Essex the other day I had a few bits left over and, given that I don’t have a whole lot of room to store my bits in Maisy, I thought that it would be a good idea to use these up.
Even though I had a massive de-clutter before leaving my home there were a few things that I didn’t get rid of, despite them still being unfinished.
In my recent Christmas Is Coming post I showed you a project that I had made with a chipboard kit from Georgina Ford.
I also eluded to the fact that I had been working with the Poinsettia Wreath Kit, also from Georgina’s range – well, finally everything has dried and it’s ready to be revealed …
Well hello there cheeky face – it’s lovely to see you again.
Now, I had such a lovely time making the box frame card yesterday that I thought that I would try my hand at another one …Read More »
The Artist Trading Card challenge continues with number 101.
For this one I wanted to use up some off cuts of paper that I had trimmed from a previous Color Burst creation.Read More »
Hello again :)
Today’s artist trading card is a bit of a “user-upper” of bits.
Sometimes I find the things that other people do a little magical. It could be a skill or a talent – I know such a diverse and talented bunch of people that I am surprised that I don’t live in a perpetually awestruck state.
Anyway, it was this feeling that I wanted to convey in today’s Artist Trading Card.
Today’s little creation takes us into the murky depths of the sea, to meet a colourful friend.
Sadly this post is not a tribute to the 80’s pop group that brought us classics such as Agadoo. It is instead a lovely canvas art project that I recently completed.