Craft Mojo Easter

Morning, just a short Craft Mojo post from me today as I'm afraid I'm suffering with a cold- yuck!!! I've decided to make a little Easter card but with a slightly non-traditional theme. 

I've made a little fried egg on toast using the Paper Smooches "Wake up" stamp set. The plate was created with circle dies and the toast and egg-yolk were actually stamped on Doodlebug Patterned paper. I've also used some Doodlebug paper in the background to give the luck of a table cloth. 

To make the egg look like it had been fried I added Glossy accents and I made the sentiment by using die cut letters and attaching them to some Doodlebug twine. The little "Happy" is from the Paper Smooches Birthday Word Dies

Hopefully I'll be back on top form soon, thanks for stopping by today, 

Rebecca x

Easter Bunny

Morning, bit of a different card for me, I made this card using some Doodlebug die-cuts along with some letters cut from Doodlebug paper using a Paper Smooches alphabet die-set. After I'd made it, despite it being so simple, I LOVED it....... it's so cute and bright and Eastery (don't think that's a word)

Anyway, considering I loved how it turned out and how happy it's made me (despite feeling rubbish with a cold) I thought it was perfect for this week's LIM challenge where the theme is "this makes me happy". 

I hope my cheerful Easter bunny makes you a little happier too!! 

Rebecca x 

ATCAS- Distress

Morning, happy Saturday! And it's time for another ATCAS challenge and the code word is "Distress".

This week we are sponsored by the wonderful Uniko Studio.
£15 E-Gift Certificate to use on the website.

Form card I've used Distress Ink to stamp the Uniko Beautiful Blooms Flowers and leaves which are cut using the matching dies. Then I've just simplied added the sentiment. 

Thanks for stopping by today, 

Rebecca x

CASual Fridays Challenge- Springtime Melody

Morning, it's time for another CAS-ual Friday challenge and this time we'd love to see your CAS creations that feature music and springtime colours.

For my card I've cut a pierced edge rectangle piece of card and applies two colours of Distress Ink- I picked these colours as they reminded me of tulips and crocus flowers. 

After I'd created my background I stamped the lovely sentiment from the Big Treble Stamp Set and then die cut the Treble Clef using the Treble Clef Fri-die. The keen-eyed bloggers out there may spot I used the positive die-cut shape on yesterdays engagement card ;-)

I mounted the panel onto a white base card to finish. Oh, and I also made a matching bookmark!

Thanks for stopping by today, I do hope you can play along!

Rebecca x

On your engagement

Good morning, it's Friday eve-eve and I'm here to share an engagement card. This card was actually made with a "left-over" from another card that you'll see soon ;-)

I created the background by die-cutting a circle from some thin paper and then stamping through it with a large MFT wood-grain stamp stamp. The treble-clef and sentiment are from CAS-ual Fridays. 

I love how simple this card is and how not-loved up it looks!

I've got a card stall tonight at a ladies-night at school so wish me luck!

Rebecca x

Challenge Inspiration:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge- anything goes

New Baby Boy

Morning, I'm back with another one of those mini 3x3"  cards that I started sharing with you yesterday. This one features a cute little duckie from SU, the image is stamped onto a matching SU punched tag too.

The tag has just been simply popped onto a piece of tiny-flower, patterned paper which was cut out using a MFT pierced square STAX die.

Thanks for stopping by today, 

Rebecca x

Challenge Inspiration:
CASology- mini
Paperback weekly challenge- take your pick, use any colour colours

I Love You, it's true!

Just a little notelet from me today, the stamp and matching tag are from Stampin Up and simply mounted on a mini card with some patterned paper!!

As you can probably spot in the background I've made a few of these mini cards and I'll be sharing them with you over the next week or so!

Rebecca x