Sunday, 30 November 2014
Wednesday, 26 November 2014
|Yes, I've discovered PicMonkey, and I'm amusing myself trying new effects!|
|The frame is from IKEA, and I need to go back to get more!|
How cute is this little desktop Whiteboard? You can write on it with a dry erase marker (I have attached one to the frame, of course). I made this little list - perfect for To-Do's with some Whisper White cardstock, stamped with black ink. The numbers and dots are in the Project Life Stamp set. Then I added a little washi tape top and bottom and the job is almost done.
A dry erase marker attached with some retired ribbon, and on the other side:-
Cute free printables! I have a collection of them. I printed them at home onto whisper white cardstock, but you could get them printed elsewhere. I downloaded my printables from :
2. Elegance & Enchantment (this is no longer free, but was when I downloaded it)
4. Elegance & Enchantment (Again, no longer free, but new freebies added each week)
If you search "Free Printables" on Pinterest, you will be lost for hours. There are thousands of gorgeous freebies out there.
You could make one yourself with My Digital Studio - unfortunately I am having some trouble with mine (SU Support are helping me with it) so I used the freebies I already had in my stash.
I added a tag I'd made previously with My Digital Studio (before I started having issues - I'm sure they'll be ironed out soon) tied with gold striped Baker's Twine.
What do you think?
Thursday, 20 November 2014
Here are all the products I used to make these cards:
Thursday, 13 November 2014
|All these cards made with one kit - everything included to make 20!|
|The card was too snug for the matching envelope, so I quickly made an envelope to fit. Love using up odd bits of leftover DSP this way!|
|Look pretty cute, don't they?|
|I cut out a couple of labels quickly with my Big Shot and hand wrote the name of the recipient. Easy Peasy!|
Seen how to use the Envelope Punch Board? here's a video made by Stampin' Up!
Thursday, 6 November 2014
|These sweet pumpkins were made for my children by my clever Downline Michelle Hindmarsh (who doesn't have a blog).|
|As usual, I really had to scramble for photographs, as my children pretty much ran off in a pack before I could say "say cheese!"|