Monday, 1 September 2014

NJC - 01 - Stampart By Kathryne and TCC

Hello and welcome to my blog
Today is the launch of a brand new challenge blog


Here are some of the projects I have been working on

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I used graph'It Markers to colour in the digi stamp Raggedy Girl Swing. Cut her out using a die cut and then went round the ages with some ink.
I then coloured the bristles of the paintbrush using some purple paint. To match in with the colour scheme. I then glued the image to  the front of the paintbrush. I added some flowers and some diecut leaves, and a little butterfly around the image. I then place some bakers twine at the top of the paintbrush, so I could hang my altered art paintbrush in my craft room.


using Sleigh from

I used my silhouette Cameo to cut all the piece I needed, using pink polka dot card and plain pink card. I glued the pieces together. I then decorated using white flowers, pink and silver gems. Cut the special delivery tag out and placed under the flowers. I then added a cute teddy Bear. This is a great file and can be used for little treats, or for decorations around Christmas time.




8 comments:

  1. Well done My Friend great projects all the very best xxxx

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  2. Fabulous projects , thank you so much for being a BIG part of my team - you have done me proud <3 Zoe xx

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    1. That is lovely Zoe Donna is a great lady xx

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  3. These are beautiful, You did well to make the sleigh..... Happy crafting my dear friend xxx

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  4. Thank you so much for your lovely comments. Sue you are so an inspiration and always supportive. So thank you.
    Zoe my Nanny Mcphee thank you for all your help and patience. A Sandra you too. You have been such a help too.

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    1. Thank you Donna but you have enough inspiration of your own you do great things I wouldnt think of xxx

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  5. Fab projects. Just love that sleigh - it would be the perfect gift. I would never have thought of using a Christmas Sleigh for anything else. :)

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