Sunday, April 28, 2013

Hello all.   Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.   Here in Canada we are having sunshine and then rain.  It changes about every 5 minutes but it is still a nice day over all.     I support an adult lady with disabilities in my home and I have made a Mother's Day card for her to send to her mom.     I used velum for the first time ever.   I used it on the butterfly wings.  I will certainly use it more often now that I have seen how easy it is to work with :)   I used the wee stamp "Peggy" but I'm sure of the name of the die cut I used as I have taken them all out of their folders :(  I colored her with copics.     Thank you Candy Mills (I love chocolate) for the lovely saying that I used on the inside of the card.   The lady I support colored the tilda on the inside with pencil crayons....I quilled the flower and the corner die is the Darlington Corner from 100% Steel craft die.      Thanks for stopping by and having a gander.  

Saturday, April 27, 2013

I have joined a card making class and these are three cards we made with the graphic 45 papers.  I love them, they are so fun to work with.   Hope you enjoy taking a look :)

Monday, April 22, 2013

 This is a graduation card I made for my beautiful and wonderful granddaughter.   These are her school colors and the image is a diji from Saturated Canary.    I colored her with copics, used punched flowers inside and a stamp from Gina K, (label borders).   Thank you for stopping by my blog.  

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

I have made a card for friends who just lost their father & father-in-law.    I got the inspiration from a Gina K youtube.   I used 4 different dies and I'm sorry I don't know the names.   I have taken all my dies out of the original packaging and did not save the names. :(    I believe they are all spellbinders so you may recognize them.    Anyway, thankyou for taking a look.   Have a fantastic day.

Monday, April 1, 2013

 Good morning folks.   I would like to share the Easter box I made for my granddaughter.  She is the delight of my life and this was sure a project of love.   Many many hours but all worth it.  I found the patterns for the quilling (cross and butterfly) on google.  The inspiration for the box came from Norma (from my craft room).   The papers came from my stash that I have had for a few years from designer scrapbook pad.     Thanks for stopping by and taking a look.   Hope you all had a wonderful Easter.