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So we are getting married and we are having a handmade wedding!
And I have a feature in Creative Crafting about our wedding.
Wedding Wonders With No Wonga! Part One is on page 14 and page 15 of the magazine so please please pop on over and have a read. http://www.creative-crafting.com/index.html
You can also pop on over and read the article on the Creative Crafting Blog as well. http://creative-crafting-magazine.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/wedding-wonders-with-no-wonga.html
I have had a few custom orders recently! Which I love doing, I love making someone else’s ideas into albums and getting their reactions when they are finally made.
This was an adapted Baby Book, being made with the name ALICE instead. I really liked making it and the customer loved it. Continue reading
This card was made for my Father in law for his birthday in June.
All made with some stickers, a ‘Happy Birthday’ stamp, some ribbon and some letters covered in black ink and embossed.
Probably one of the easiest cards I have ever made!
A really simple masculine card for a 17-year-old Uncle who is mad about football.
The football sticker was coloured in red as it was for a die-hard Liverpool fan and the red was just perfect!
Hope that you like it, I have another card for you tomorrow!
I have been a slack member of Crafty Boots Design Team, but as this challenge is my challenge I pulled up my socks and finally took part again.
This is a personal challenge for me as it is also linked to Rhianna Lily, you can read more about our story and how the challenge is linked to her over at the challenge. Continue reading
Some more masculine cards today.
It was my FIL’s birthday not long ago and as well as making our own card I also had to make a Grandad birthday card. I wanted this one to be a little bit of fun as it was from Baba.
I really wanted to something on the card that Baba loved so it was personal from him to his Grandad. I decided on a dinosaur as Baba loves them and his Grandad does encourage his love for dinosaurs so it was the perfect card. Continue reading
We are still here, we haven’t blogged for a long time, but we have been busy.
Life has been a little hard and we have been concentrating on the family as we all needed it after our little girl. But we are still around.
Why not pop on over to www.scrapbookerry.com to see what is on offer.
We have also updated our Wow Thank You store so pop on over and see the changes, http://www.wowthankyou.co.uk/scrapbookerry/
If you don’t really know why we have been missing then pop on over and read our guest blog at Not Even A Bag of Sugar as it will explain it all to you
We will be back tomorrow with some crafty goodies!
Last week we had a lot of birthdays in our family, and one was my BIL’s 17th Birthday.
I always find masculine cards difficult to make, so I do dread them when I have to make them. But for some reason on this particular day I was a little inspired.
I loved making this card, it was simple and easy to make and it was a complete and utter success.
As I have already said this Father’s Day was all handmade this year, but I still wanted to give Mr L something completely unique and different to him from Baba.
I decided to make a photo really personal by adding some words to the picture that were all personal and important to him and then putting it into a scrapbook page and framing it for him. Continue reading