Good Saturday Morning Ladies,
I hope that you are all relaxed and ready to enjoy the weekend, it's quite chilly here so I think we will be staying inside this weekend, I am looking forward to Crafting on my newly reorganised desk, I now have twice asuch room to create a mess on!! Why oh why doesn't it stay tidy ??!! I store all of my craft tools in jars on my desk, they had ended up a mixed up jumble of allsorts in each Jar, so as the final stage of me reorganisation I emptied them all out and put all paintbrushes in one pot, waterbrushes in another, pokey tools together, scissors, embossing tools all in their own jars! It looks so much tidier. (For now).
The stunning card that opened the blog today was designed by Our Sonia, it is the Baby Shower card she mentioned last week. It is absolutely amazing, its so hard to believe that you have used so many elements from different companies because the whole card ties together perfectly, the embellishments compliment that gorgeous digi image from Polkadoodles so well, it looks like it was one complete kit. You are so amazingly talented when it comes to card design Sonia, thank you do much for allowing to share your amazing inspirational Card. XXX
I bought and printed the digi image from Polkadoodles. The backing paper is from my stash and the hearts paper from The lovely Studio. Our lovely Karen kindly sent me the baby die cut embellishments, which I inked in Speckled Egg and Milled Lavender. I stuck the ‘It’s a Boy’ die cut inside the card. The sentiments are from The Stamp Market.
Can you all guess who Karen is dressing up as for Halloween????
These have to be THE cutest Dalmatians ever! I love the one with just one spotted ear, have you named them Karen, or should I say Cr____a !!!! 😉
Thank you so much for sharing your latest little darlings with us XXX
IndigoBlu Magazine 5 Review
Free Decorative Papers
The free papers in this kit are amazing, lots of detail in each page, Lovely colours too, they have pages with printed sentiments on and elements that you can fussy cut and use as the focal point on your card.