Sunday, 15 November 2015

INKspired Blog Hop #29 - Happy Wonderful Christmas

Did you hop on over from my gorgeous friend Lisa Eaton?

INKspired sketch:

 This is a quick and easy card and post! 
I am getting prepared to go to Melbourne for Stampin' Up!'s FIRST On Stage Event!! 
I'm Looking forward to catching up with some of my "once a year" guys and gals!

I had to take this second photo as I didn't think you could see the Sentiment too well.
I used the washi mask again to ink up the "wonderful" on the greeting and then coloured "Happy" & "Christmas" with the stamp'n write marker.

It is a VERY simple and quick card!  Perfect for someone busily multitasking family duties and packing at the same time as well as starting a new job too! Phew!
I know you will have time to hop on over to Renee Lynch's blog!  Don't forget to share the love and leave a comment if you feel so inclined!

Be kind to each other 

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Tuesday, 3 November 2015

#GDP009 Thinking of You

Short and Sweet! 

 Check out the Global Design Project this week! Colour Challenge!

Be kind to each other xx

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Sunday, 1 November 2015

INKspired #28 Endless Birthday Wishes

Look at this!! Isn't it just amazing? How many different images can you see on those circles?

Welcome to Blog Hop #28.
Did you come from Lissa Carter? Aren't her cards just beautiful?

I love this sketch it can be used for ANYTHING and probably even everything!!!!!!

As I have been doing so many Christmas Card lately I thought I'd do something else.  My girls are constantly asking for birthday cards for their friends and I guess I could say their requests are  "endless".  So I thought I would make a birthday card using the Endless Birthday Wishes stamp set and also one I really love but haven't used that much, Age Awareness.  I also used the Hearts and Stars masks and drew in some random stars and just scribbled them in to look a bit rustic.

I used the masking-with-washi-technique where you cover part of the image with washi tape before inking up, then remove the tape and hey presto! It's all good

Don't forget to check out the other Blogs, next up is Narelle Macey

Be kind to each other

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