Thursday, 16 October 2008

Some more yummy blog Candy

Jill is celebrating 10,000 hits on her blog,
there are some lovely papers
and a great forever friends stamp.


Good luck everyone

Lily of the Valley 321 challenge # 4

Lily of the Valley Challenge 4
We would like you to use 3 papers,
2 ribbons and 1 button or 1 brad
on your creations this week.
Well here is my card for this Challenge.
I have been a big fan of lili of the valley things,
check out all my Christmas cards below.

Saturday Sketcher Challenge # 20

This is my First ever go at doing a sketch for this
This is #20Here is my card,
Im not so sure about this effort.
I would love your feedback

A spoon full of sugar Challenge # 21 Lims Sketch

The Challenge on A Spoon full of Sugar # 21
is to use the sketch below designed by Lim.
I wanted to do something a little bit of fun,
and with Halloween on its way I thought 'Why Not!'
I do hope you all like my take on your sketch.

Tilda and Co Challenge # 40

I haven't had much time to do many Challenge's,
So here is on of my first for a very long time!
Tilda and Co Challenge # 40 asked you to use this sketch.
Well here is my take on it,
I doodled the leaf and berry pattern onto the main card,
to match the small amount of paper I have used on the card.

For some reason my layering went off to one side!

But I still consider it quite a good card,

I would love to know what you think about it.

The final batch of christmas cards!

I don't know if you have noticed the trend to make larger cards,
all of these are A4 cards with envelopes.
I bought a pack of mixed coloured cards,
not realising there was a black one included.
So I added Purple to it, which I think makes a stunning
Christmas card.
Again though I have used the images from
Lili of the Valley,
they look great as the centre design of my finished cards.
Below a green style, still very much Christmas theme.

I also used the Dufex foiled greetings for these cards,
I wanted them to stand out from the cards.

Both of these two the more traditional RED for Christmas.
I think they both look great.

And my final A4 card, Yellow!
Great bright colour for Christmas.
Something totally different.