Tuesday 25 August 2020

August Rudolph Days

Another month has flown by and it's time again for another Rudolph Days Challenge. I'm glad to say that I started making these cards with plenty of time to spare, as my mother had a fall and has had to go into hospital. If I had not already started these cards I doubt that they would have been made. I've used a new stamp from Pink Ink for my cards this month, the sentiment came from a set that I have in my cupboard but can't remember where I got them from.  I coloured the image using Colour Blend pencils from Spectrum Noir and then went around the edges with distress ink - Salty Ocean. I do hope that you have time to join in the fun over on the Rudolph Days Blog, there is always a lovely prize for the winner who is chosen at random.

 Another eight cards to add to my collection.

I hope that you are all keeping well and staying safe.
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Thursday 13 August 2020

Birthday Dragon

I can't believe how time flies, this card was what I made for my youngest who celebrated his 34th Birthday on Saturday. I used Pink Inks Dragon which I stamped onto plain white card and coloured using Spectrum Noir pens, I then fussy cut around the outside and set to one side. I took a background that I made by spraying inks onto card, I think they were Sprinky inks from Inkylicious. The swirls that have been added were from the stamp sheet that the Dragon came on . I then stamped the Dragon onto the background and placed the fussy cut image over the top. This Birthday came just in time for me to pop along to the Allsorts Challenge which this week is Make it Masculine.

Hope that you are all staying safe and keeping well.
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Tuesday 4 August 2020

Album Workshop Number 5

Just to warn you that this post is photo heavy. So by now you will know that once every two weeks I attend a virtual workshop in the form of Facebook live with Clare Charvill from My Creative Spirit. Although we have just had Workshop 7, I'm only just getting around to showing you the pictures of Album number 5. This was The Dorothy Box And Album. I used papers from The Portrait Of A Lady by Graphic 45 to decoate this project. I'm not going to waffle on I'll let the photos do the talking today, I'm off to brave shopping with a face mask.

Hope you are all keeping well.

Thanks for taking the time to look and your kind comments which are always appreciated.