Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Bee Flourish

Hi bloggers both old and new.
I love this stamp, The Bees from honeyDoo. I found in my stash an old stencil which reminded me of Honeycomb so I started with this using distress inks. I then used the Bee flourish, which is one of my favourites, to stamp the flourish, the bees and the flowers. All these are included in the set.The bees stamp so nicely!
Simply mount this on to a background mat and there we are!

Take care till next week.

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Lovely Lilly

Late again, Where does tthe time go, week by week the year is passing so quickly. 
Hello to all you bloggers....Love the warm weather tat has finally arrived...at least I can get out in the garden lots to do after all that rain.
Well here is my offering for this week.
Its using the lovely lily from honey doo crafts which I have coloured with water colours to give a delicate finish. I then used Sue wilson dies to frame it and mounted ob the beautiful blue paper I had in my stash. A sentiment from Honey Doo completes the card. I hope you like it.

I hope the warm weather continues, take care.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Roses are Red

Hi Everyone
Well its wet wet wet here in Lincolnshire and it looks like its here for the next few days so no gardening for me!
Cards well time to get my crafty head on and head to the craft room (er....well bedroom that holds my crafty stuff).
Here is a card using Roses are red from Honey Doo Crafts. Very simple just stamped, cut out and mounted on to black card cut with spellbinders curved squares. These were arranged on to the card base and a sentiment added. I love the monochrome look!

Heres to plenty of crafting over the next few days.
Take care till next week.

Thursday, 4 May 2017

A Little Bit of Spring!, Veined Flowers

Welcome to any new bloggers out there, I do hope you enjoy looking at my creations.
Well its spring and although the Daffodils have gone I thought I would show you this card to bring a little brightness into your world.
Sometimes you just have to go with the flow. This is my attempt at changing the veined floweres into Daffodil's by adding a cup in the centre. The flowers themselves were stamped onto white paper and then embossed with the gold sparkle embossing powder by Honeydoo. I placed these on the top of a die cut piee of card which I edged with yellow card cut from an old border die from spellbinders. Lovely spring colours for a dreary day!

The sentiment one of my favourite from honey doo stamps
Take care