This card again inspired because of my obsession with Audrey Hepburn and the fact that I wanted to play with some new stamps and glimmer mists to see if the end result would be any good or just a blobby mess. I think it doesn’t look too bad.
This was an entry for a competition, at this stage I have no idea if I even got into the judging pile of 20 designers, but fingers crossed. I like it anyway.
*Hunky 1, Hunky 2 and Xmas Angel*
A selection of cards I used to try and get on hunky-dory design team, as you can probably tell by the way I have typed this, I was unsuccessful this time, but hey ho, try again next time.
This one was made for a lady at work, her friends mum was having a big birthday and is a huge Marilyn fan, I just love the red carpet effect on this one (which, I have to be honest, the OH helped with the placement to make it look like she was walking on it).
Again this one was a much about with new stamps (Sheena Douglass) with the Audrey theme, it was also a play with promarkers.
This one was a twitter card hop attempt using a polkadoodles fairy but without the wings! The butterfly was my take on movement as it is on a dangly bit of card.
This one was done for my father in law for his birthday, my OH asked me do it as it was his dad’s first car.
I just love these penguin toppers, to make it a bit different for me I added them an acetate backdrop that is foil printed with snowflakes.
This one I just like because she is a cheeky Christmas elf, the stamp is from Debbi Moore and was part of my play with stamps day.
Sorry about the self promotion here, but this is a pic of my stall from Crook Carnival in July, I will post one of my stall from the Christmas Fair in a couple of weeks.
A few of the cards to go on sale at the fair.
Just a fun stamp, the sentiment I think says what we all would like to happen.
Just a very nice image of an angel, or for those of you who are in to Manga it could well be a character from the genre.
*Toppers and Toppers 2*
Some toppers I had a play with ready to go on cards, and yes they are still waiting for the right card to go on.
*Retirement, 2, 3 and Mothers day*
Some cards I was commissioned to make earlier this year for people at work.
The retirement cards are A3 and were done this size on purpose as about 70 people had to sign each one!