3 sheets 12 x 12 handmade paper (lemon, lilac, baby blue) 5 sheets 12 x 12 printed vellum 3 12 x 12 double sided printed paper inc 1 foam & 1 silk 2 12 x 12 printed vellum (silvery effect on white - gorgeous) 1 pack small glitter glue (12 tubes) 2 x button collection (yellow & blue) 1 new set of Papermania oriental wood mounted stamps
So what do you have to do to get these?
So, what do I need to do you ask...Well all you need to do is leave me a comment and spread the word by posting details and a link back on your blog. If you don't have a blog, don't worry you can still be in with a chance by leaving a comment and becoming a follower of my Blog.
I'll be asking my hubby or kids to make a random draw to find the winner at 6pm on Tues 31st March.
With Mothers Day fast approaching I decided to make my mum and my mother in law a mini photo album using the envelope technique described in an earlier post. The pics above show the front covers. Inside are 10 pictures of various members of our family, from youngest to oldest. I hope they will both use them as "brag" books to show their friends.
I also made them each a handbag card and a swing card:
This project is very popular at demo's and it's really easy to make. All you need is envelopes. Fold each envelope in half then add DS tape down the centre of the flap. You can use as many envelopes as you like to create the pocket book. Using one envelope makes it ideal for sending money or a packet of seeds for example. Using more means you can pop a photo into each pocket creating a great handbag size photo album.
If you use more than one envelope simply glue them together, back to back as you can see in the photo. Once you have as many envelopes as you want, cut a front and back cover from sturdy card slightly bigger than the envelopes - I usually use box packaging from a previously enjoyed stash delivery! Cover in the paper of your choice and glue to the front and back envelope. You can decorate the front cover.
I've got 2 of these in my demo kit. One carries ATCs to swap and the other carries the sizings for those projects I don't make often and need instructions for, such as waterfall cards. I love making waterfall cards but can rarely remember the measurements off the top of my head.
If you make one of these, please post a pic to your Docrafts gallery or post a link to your blog so I can see what you've created. I love to see other people's work.
I've got some yummy stash ready for blog candy which I'll post sometime this week week so please come back before Friday to see what I prepared for you!
My next demo is 4th April @ Reams in Derby all day, 10 - 4. I'm looking forward to seeing all you Reams customers again! It's free and open to anyone so do come along and learn a new technique or fold.
I'm doing a workshop on Friday, 3rd April at a local Church. I think we're going to do the easiest Spring card design I know, made from a square card. It's free and it's ladies only so you'll need to contact me if you want to come. Oh, did I mention it's pudding night??? Yes, free puddings that cost nothing because they are free and don't cost you anything so you don't need to bring any money because they're free.
This is the card I made tonight for my mum's birthday this weekend. All the papers come from the Papermania "cat" collection, the flowers are a Papermania acrylic stamp stamped on green paper in black ink & embossed with holographic powder and cut out. Each of the mini books opens up to reveal another stamped image: 1 is squeak the other is onion. The ribbon is from the Papermnia card packs.
Meet Squeak one of the new characters in the Daisy & Dandelion range from DoCrafts. The paper is from D&D picnic patch paper pack & the flower stamp is from the same acrylic pack as Squeak. I used the masking technique to get the cake in front of the bear.
So I've given my blog a fresh new look! I hope you like it. If you do, please leave a comment!
I had a really great demonstration @ Gadsbys in Leicester last weekend. There were loads of crafters and I'm afraid there were several sell outs. If you were one of the many who came along, thanks, it was lovely to see you. If you came along and the product you wanted was sold out, sorry. Alison is getting more stock in as I type!.
I am a mum of 3 and wife to Paul. I have a full time office job which pays the mortgage. My spare time is filled with crafting. I am a qualified freelance card designer and work for DoCrafts demonstrating their products in craft stores at weekends.
All cards are copyright to me - I am delighted if you use my cards as inspiration, however please respect my right not to have my designs copied or enter them for publication, submissions, competitions, etc.