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Swim Little Fishy, SWIM!

February 19, 2019 — 14 Comments

May I wish any of my blog followers with a birthday between February 19th to March 20th a happy birthday!

Swim little fish, SWIM!

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Well, if Simon says do it, then we’ve all got to do it, I guess. I may struggle with the hair bit, but the boobs are defo headed down at my age.

Do love a comedic clear stamp though so you can see why this one appealed. Come see what I did with it.

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Very excited to share with you my first Couture Creations design team project today! Quite proud of this one as it uses quite a few different techniques.

For those of you who prefer to watch rather than read, there’s a video too!
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Following a little sale haul from the Visible Image website, I managed to snag a few cool sentiments to add to my collection of their wonderful designs. One in particular just had to used as soon as the envelope was opened.

Fancy a look?

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Good evening! I am almost pleased to share with you number five of seven in the tag art mini series of blog posts.

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Good evening! I am pleased to share with you number four of seven in the tag art mini series of blog posts.

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On a recent saunter I picked up a few magazines, each with a freebie.

The late evenings have become the new ‘me time’ for making and creating. Here is the first of four posts showing you some things that I made using the freebies.

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A third post in one day?! It must be some kind of miracle, lol!

Anyway, on Sunday I was able to make a couple of scenery style ATCs with the set from Hobby Art so here is the second one.

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A more refined design for today’s ATC365 creation. This one started with a Charles Rennie Mackintosh style floral stamp that I had received free with the July 2014 issue of Craft Stamper magazine.

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It feels like an absolute age since I last sat down and documented a complete creation from start to finish, so that is exactly what I did! Sort of.

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