Saturday, 27 February 2010
Tuesday, 23 February 2010
Saturday, 20 February 2010
And now onto the part where I need your help. I want to put some sentiments onto the inside of the box and want some clever word trickery (at which I am no good!). The best I've been able to come up with so far is HAP'BEE' BIRTHDAY for the bee one! Can anyone help with this? They're not for any special occasion so anything goes.
The sentiment is to go on the reverse of the lid when the box is open (sorry for the blurry photo - I think all the bright yellow affected the focus!). The idea is to print it onto white card and doodle around to match the front.
Friday, 19 February 2010
Thursday, 18 February 2010
Both the sentiments are from Elzybells. The white card is a linen textured card which looks great in real life but the camera hasn't picked up on it which is a shame.
It's the first of the 'I LOVE DIGI' Challenges! Our very first theme is
I tried to stay away from the traditional cutesy baby pink and instead went for a very bright rock chick look. The image is a digi download from the Greeting Farm Chibi Range. I think these are great for those early teen cards which can be difficult to make.
The sponsor for our very first challenge is THE STAMPING BOUTIQUE and their prize is 5 Digi Images of the winners choice.
Saturday, 13 February 2010
And here it is, overflowing with sweets. I chose some brown, red and pink ones out of a box of Quality Streets to match the theme (the rest are working their way into my tummy)
Monday, 8 February 2010
Came back late last night and very tired and so went to bed. Went to check some things on my computer and found out I'd won the prize from last week's Anyone for Anya challenge! Woohoo. But then I visited the Elzybells Forum (if you haven't been there yet then please do visit as it's a great place to get Elzybells inspiration) to find out that I'd also won their last challenge too - what a way to end the weekend - absolutely amazing!!!
Thursday, 4 February 2010
Well to celebrate this, I went ahead and bought some new digi stamps (well, I'm going to need more now!). I'd been eyeing the Greeting Farm's Chibi range and decided, now that they've also got some male styles, I'd buy a couple. I printed them out and coloured them for no particular reason, just for fun! Does anyone else do this? I have a heap ready coloured now (some even cut out too) ready to be put on projects eventhough I have no idea what for!