Monday, 24 August 2015

A slightly alternative Wedding Card

This is a wedding card I recently made for my niece's wedding. As she was getting married in Greece, I decided to reflect the beautiful beach setting in the colours I chose and I managed to sneak a photo from the wedding itself, as we didn't celebrate with them until they came home later.

I even made a matching envelope from the same gorgeous turquoise paper.

Pull-out Slider Card.

This is a lovely design with a clever mechanical feature, resembling a camera shutter action. Definitely one for the boys.

What at first appears to be a simple gatefold card, opens to reveal a clever secret message.

A second version too.

Monday, 17 August 2015

Another sample from our recent quickie card workshop.

Again, this design is suitable for a man's card.
We have used Tim Holtz' scribbles dies, by Sizzix, together with some inked, embossed cardstock and designer paper for a backdrop.

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

More cards from the workshop

Here are a couple of clean and simple cards which would be suitable for men or anyone really.

The first one uses Hobby House backing cards and a simple message, a button and some twine.

The second one would be great for a teen or slightly younger boy and uses some grungy papers, circle punches and a Little B star die.
We have these papers in pink as well - great for your little divas!

Monday, 3 August 2015

Little Birdie

 A swing out card, again using some of the dies from the Brenda Walton set shown in the last post.
Also featuring the squares set by Little B ( fantastic dies ) and Graphic 45 Bohemian Bazaar papers.

And a variation using different papers from the same range.

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