Saturday, 26 May 2018

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Good morning all

Just a quick post as I just want to share my new creation using Sheenas Sparkle pens and Donna Ratcliffe fairy stamps by Crafters Companion. 

I must admit I'm addicted to these, so quick to do and I just love the results. 

I used water and glycerine with the inks to create this and painted it on using paintbrush and blending tool. 

I used Sakura white gel pen for highlights 

That's all for now. 

Sympathy card

Good evening/morning fellow crafters

It's dead on midnight here and I've just finished working on probably one of the hardest and first cards I've ever had to do of this kind.

My Aunty passed away over a week ago and its still not sunk in but I'm sure it will Wednesday as that's when her funeral is. I've made a card for her daughter and son and family.

Never had to do a sympathy card before so it was emotionally challenging. 

It's a 8x8 card and I used Hunkydory cardstock as the base. 
I used Heartfelt botanic papers for the matting and layering aswell as some Mirri card and Lynda Chapman's Cream cardstock. 

I used Tattered lace Peony wreath to wrap around the sentiment, I painted them blue and green using Watercolour paints, stamped sentiment onto cardstock and placed in the middle. 

The other sentiment came with the Peony Wreath die.
The corner die cut is called Fern leave from Tattered lace. 

The flowers are from tattered lace dies and Spellbinders. 

The pearls are from my crafty stash

I do have a bit of good news.  I won a competition at Tattered lace and won over £200 worth of dies. First competition I've ever won at that amount. Was so chuffed. 

I want to welcome and thank new followers for joining me and thank you to all who stop by. 

Have a lovely bank holiday weekend 

Lots of love