Yup its that time of the month again! The time where we get together with our sistahs from around the world and remind you to do your monthly breast cancer checks or make that appointment for your yearly check. I know friends who haven't had themselves checked for the last 3 years 😱 (you know… Continue reading Calling All Sistahs…Get em squeezed + winner!
When CASual Fridays Stamps came out with this stamp, I knew I had to have it! This was so appropriate for what I've been going through the last year. Although I'm right in my menopause stage, I've never felt so young and creative, even when I was young(er)! Having pre-teens in the house help a lot,… Continue reading We’re still hot
Is it no line colouring if I draw a line around it after I'm finished? Ok for all those who follow my blog who don't make cards and have no idea what I'm talking about, just skip to the nice pictures below! 😉 For those who do make cards and want to know what no line… Continue reading No line with line colouring
I can't help it, now that I'm no longer afraid to use my colour pencils or watercolour, I just can't stop colouring my flower stamps that were beckoning at me for so long to play with them. So this is not going to be the last of what I will now call, my "2017 Flower… Continue reading One stamp 3 ways – Hero Arts Fuschia
Everyone is yelling it at their top of their voices here in Germany, and everywhere else where they might be lucky enough not to have anymore snow. There's a great Spring coloured post by my friend Dalit over at her blog My Piece of Craft where she showcases some ways to decorate a Spring table with… Continue reading Spring is here!
A year ago, when I first started card making, I was so taken by Kristina Werner's card I saw here, that I bought Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers and copied her card. It looked so easy... until I tried it of course! The result was so disappointing that I never tried to watercolour flowers again.… Continue reading If at first you don’t succeed…
To forgive is divine...but in card making, to cover it up is even better! Who has not spent hours making an incredibly beautiful card, and spoiling it at the end when an ink pad drops on the card, or when the last background colour you add just spoils the whole effect you wanted, or when… Continue reading To Err is Human