6 Quick Christmas Cards

I got very inspired by a blog post from last month by my friend Therese Calvrid ( Lost In Paper blog ) when I decided to start my Christmas cards for this year....I really liked how she made the fantastic backgrounds for her cards by repeat stamping...I think it's a great way to get into... Continue Reading →

Bright & Colourful Goody Bags

I think the most gift wrapping and packaging anyone does at one time has got to be at Christmastime...and because you just can't wrap every single thing with wrapping paper(trust me,I've tried...ha ha..),you would need boxes or bags or other such stuff...and my no.1 favorite website to find tutorials and measurements for all kinds of... Continue Reading →

Lots Of Smiles

I have recently bought a small bottle of Pebeo drawing gum in the hope that it will help me do better masking for certain projects like I have seen in a few tutorials by Kristina Werner....to begin with,I tried it out to create a snow background for today's card...The card base is plain white and... Continue Reading →

The Merry Snowmen

It's summers in Australia at the moment and becomes a bit hard to imagine snowfall and snowmen at Christmastime...but there is no shortage of Christmas joy,celebrations and happiness in the holiday season here....all the primary and secondary school children will finish their school year in a weeks time and are looking forward to summer holidays... Continue Reading →

Sending Joy – Shaker Card

When I tried out the word window shaker card earlier,I missed a couple of steps and wanted to try it out again....and what better than a Christmas card with some colourful sequins in the shaker...Here is the link to the tutorial video by Therese Calvrid that inspired me to make this card - Word window... Continue Reading →

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