I thought I would have a little me time again today and use some of my stamps that have never seen ink, I think I may have to go and have therapy for this stamp addiction I have, along with my backing paper addiction and my many other craft related addictions :).
I did manage to get a bit of blogging done today but then the Sun came out and the gardening called, it was nice though because I managed to get Mum out in the garden with me and I am sure it did her good, hopefully I should get a whole nights sleep as she even asked to go to bed. Tomorrow I am off to a little Craft Fair in Biggin Hill with my good friend Lin, but I am hoping not to spend much maybe a couple of Nesties!!!!!!!
Anyway down to todays cards, as you can see I am still in love with these fabulous papers from Bearly Mine Designs, Donna was a naughty girl and e-mailed me that she had two more downloads on there well need not tell you what happened. I have used Distress Inks to colour this gorgeous Belles ‘n Whistles Cupcake image here are the colours used.
Flesh – Tattered Rose, Antique Linen, Trousers a mix of Shabby Shutters and Bundled sage, Hat and Apron – Antique Linen Blouse Flowers and Cupcake – Victorian Velvet, Hat Antique Linen. Re-inkers from Crafters Companion.
Martha Stewart Punches were used for the Butterflies and Border, and the swirls are a stamp from Stempleglede which are now available in the UK from Quixotic Paperie Yippeee!! of course the flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts.
I am entering this card for the Sketch Saturday Challenge this week, thanks for the lovely sketch.
And here is my second Sundays Child
And yet even more Bearly Mine papers (expect to see a lot of these in the next few weeks). The image is from Stampavie I am pleased to say that Crafters Companion will soon have the latest collection for sale on the website. I have again coloured with Distress Inks
Flesh – Tattered Rose and Antique Linen, Ribbon, Blouse and Flowers – Milled Lavender, Trousers – Antique Linen, Dog and Hat – Frayed Burlap
Lots of Glamour Dust added on this one, don’t you just love the colour of that large rose from Wild Orchid Crafts it matches the paper perfectly.
A long post again, hope to get more blog hopping done when I get back from Biggin Hill I really miss you all and your creations. Have a fabulous Sunday