On Saturday I shared a cutting file for a chocolate gift box for use with the Brother Scan N Cut. This post continues on from there and features some of the chocolate “pockets” that I decorated.
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This week I have been having a little colouring in session with my Spectrum Noir pens.
I didn’t start this project with anyone in mind so I chose a fairy for the design as it’s one of those universal images that seems to sit well with most people – everybody loves a fairy, right?
This week I am trying to get another regular weekly blog post on the go. This one will be called the Monday Mash Up.
It’s the Monday Mash Up because it will involve taking all sorts of products and/or techniques and coupling them together to make a finished creation.
This week will feature a card but future weeks are likely to cover the range of creative past-times that I enjoy.
Do we ever need a reason to celebrate? Can we celebrate just for the sake of celebrating?
So, I was wandering around the Hobbycrafts show at the NEC a while back when I bumped into Lynda Chapman, she immediately reached up, yanked a CD ROM from her display, thrust it towards me and told me that I would love it.
The CD ROM in question was the “Here Comes The Girls Brights and Lights” collection.
Apparently it was true – I did love it!
Some time ago I was privileged enough to produce the first ever show featuring Pollyanna Pickering, her stunning artwork, and the fantastic DVD ROM from Creative Crafting World.
Of course I got myself a copy but haven’t really done anything with it until now.
I’ve had some basic shape dies from Spellbinders hanging around the craft room for a few months now and wondered if I could make them a feature on a card, rather than just a layer.
The set that I picked to have a go with was the Spellbinders Hexagons die set.