Monday, 25 February 2008
Sunday, 24 February 2008
Thursday, 21 February 2008
Wednesday, 20 February 2008
Tuesday, 19 February 2008
Monday, 18 February 2008
Sunday, 17 February 2008
I had never heard of the 'you make my day' award until today...when I was lucky enough to recieve THREE from the following lovely ladies whose craft blogs I visit on a very regular basis...most days in fact!
I would like to return the honour and say thanks Edna http://ednasplace.blogspot.com/
and Cynthia http://rainbowladyscraftyblog.blogspot.com/
.....you make my day too!
(I don't think this blog template allows me to use link words of my choice when inserting hyperlinks into posts so apologies for having to link to your blogs this way girls! If it's just me being HTML challenged could someone point me in the right direction please?)
There are some wonderful craft blogs out there. I also enjoy looking at Jane's gorgeous card creations and would like to give this award to her too http://janescraftycreations.blogspot.com/ Jane you have inspired me to actually use my Keepsake boards, thanks :)
Finally, another blog I have to single out is the very talented Glenda Waterworth's Artylicious blog http://artylicious.blogspot.com/ Who could not fail to be inspired by her stunning artwork and encouraged to have a go at different techniques after reading the great tutorials both in her blog and in the monthly Graphicus Guild newsletter. Elusive Images rubber stamps are a joy to use!
I think this award is a wonderful idea and for anyone else this post and would like to make similar awards, here's how to do it:
1) Write a post with links to 5 blogs you find of interest and that inspire you.
2) Acknowledge the post of the award giver.
3) Display the logo 'You make my day'
4) tell the award winners that they have won by commenting on their blogs with the news.
Saturday, 9 February 2008
Tuesday, 5 February 2008
The floral paper is Pink Petticoat and the red paper used for Tilda's dress is by HOTP. I have used various Sakura pens to colour the stamped images and Irridescent Red Twinking H2O paint on the house windows and Tilda's wings. The flower is a mini Prima. I punched the border of the card with a Fiskars border empuncher which I very rarely use because it's a bit like weight training at the gym (only harder to do) and nearly always results in a sore hand and wrist!