Hi, so glad you have popped along for this fun post today! This 1st Birthday card is such a bright and happy card, and although the 1 year old might not quite appreciate the card as other recipients do, it will certainly bring a smile to […]
Hi, and welcome to today’s post! You can probably tell from the title, but today’s post is showcasing another project I made for Docrafts as a Project Design Team Member – they have recently posted this project up on their blog. To make this card, […]
Hi there! So glad you could pop by for today’s post on Minc reactive paint. I originally bought this as an extra handy tool for adding foil to my projects that a) might be too large for my printer to print on and b) to […]
Hello and welcome to today’s post! Today I am highlighting this ‘all embossed’ card I created with a monochromatic colour scheme. Initially I was inspired to try and make an Art Deco style card, hence why I choose the black and gold colour scheme. However, […]
It is so nice to have a few days off with the bank holiday this weekend, although I had some time off at the beginning of the week as family were visiting. Hence, why it has been a little quiet on the blog this week; I been very busy, but it wasn’t very craft related! Today I want to show you how easy it is to get more from your stamps by creating your own custom stamped backgrounds. Using multiple stamps of different sizes along with an array of inks, you can create unique and colourful backgrounds for any card getting even more from your stamp sets.
Can you believe it is April already! Where is the time going? However, with April comes a new magazine of Docrafts Creativity and this issue featured the new Project Design Team 2017 annoucement, so that was great to see a little picture of me in a magazine. It will be a fun crafty year designing for them! Today I am showing you a really easy and quick card which you can change up and personalise to any occasion and is easy to reproduce. Stamping tone on tone can highlight a background pattern without it overbearing on the main feature of the card.