Friday, 29 June 2012

There's a fairy at the bottom of my garden.....

and her name is Wendy Woo...... OK so I know the words to song are really "there's a worm at the bottom of my garden and his name is Wiggly Woo..." but for some reason I couldn't stop singing my version of it whilst making this card. I drove myself and everyone else in the house nuts with it :/ but hey it got the job done! So can you guess what this weeks challenge over at Polka Doodles is? Yep it's Fairies, Flitter & Fantasy. I do hope that you'll come and play with us, remember you don't need to use a Polka Doodles image, but we'd love it you did! Also you could win yourself some new stash.

This is what I've come up with this week - it's a stepper card with masses of cut out images (I sooo need to treat myself to a Craft Robo, there was way too much hand cutting involved in this card!) 

I started out by printing out the fairy and foliage from the All Around & Everywhere CD and the watering can, window & door (which is the window with the shutters chopped off) from the new Studio 12 Picknix Heavenly Garden Kit. I then coloured the images with Promarkers. Because I needed masses of foliage and believe it or not I do have something that resembles a life outside of crafting, I cheated and scanned the coloured image in and then printed out several flipped and resized copies. I then set about the gargantuan task of cutting everything out :/

The images are assembled onto a simple stepper card base using glue and pop dots (yes I really needed to add more dimension to the piece!). I'm not sure that my pictures show the Stickles on the wings or the Glossy Accents on the glass window - so you'll have to use your imagination.

Right that's me done for this week, so thanks for stopping by and have a fantastic weekend. I'm off to the Craft Barn on Sunday and I'm hoping to catch up albeit it briefly with the lovely Nikky Hall. If you spot me there, come and say "Hi".

Claire xxx

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Bearly Mine - Anything Goes
Craft Your Passion - Things with wings
Creative Mondays - Mermaids & Fairies
Fashionista Challenge - Winged Things
Hooked On Crafts - All that glitters
Incy Wincy - Anything goes
Love to Create - Anything goes
Make It Monday - Anything goes
Whoopsie Daisy - Things with wings
Dream Valley - Things with wings
The Crafty Pad - More than one fold
That Craft Place - It's all green
The Squirrel and the Fox - Make it sparkle
I ♥ ProMarkers - Anything goes

Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Watch Out Postie There's Something In The Box!!!

Good morning to you all. It's time for another challenge over at Stampotique and this week's theme is Out Of The Box! Sadly it's my last week as GDT, so I'd like to thank Carol and the rest of the team for having me as it's been a complete blast and has made me try things that are shall we say "are a little uncomfortable" and that I perhaps would otherwise not have bothered with! :D

Now when I first saw this challenge my heart kinda sunk little and I wondered what on earth I could do! Then, as it does, inspiration struck and I thought I'd literally make something Out Of The Box! :D

So I've made DS his birthday card ready for September (oh get me Mrs Organised!!!), and this is what I've come up with - what do you think?

I used the sentiment stamp Don't Wait Open me Now! by Kristen Powers to create the stamp. The other images have either been carefully lifted from mail I've received, doodled or nabbed off of the internet! The card has been tied as though it's a parcel and when you open it, you find this Little Whisker Monster With A Sign  by Kira Nichols popping up inside!

This was a really easy card to make once I sussed out the basic popping mechanism and how to best place the monster so that the majority of him was on display!

The card base measures 6" x 6" and is made from Kraft cardstock. I've used some old papers by Basic Grey that I found in my stash. The glitter dots on the kraft card have been punched from the same papers, glued in place and then stickled. The image has been coloured with Flexmarkers and then accented with Glossy Accents and Stickles. I've used a white gel pen to write the message on the sign.

I drew the balloons and coloured them with metallic Promarkers before attaching them to some acetate. The stars are from a bag of table confetti and I've simply heat embossed them with some copper embossing powder. 

All I have to do now is keep my fingers crossed that a) I remember where I've hidden it and b) that DS likes it!!!

Thanks for stopping by today.

Claire xxx

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
PanPastel UK - Anything goes
The Crafty Pad - More than one fold
Crafts & Me - Birthdays
Inspire Me Fridays - Anything goes
Crop Stop - Let's hear it for the children
Anything goes - Polka Dot with a Birthday theme
Celebrate the Occasion - Happy Birthday
Make It Monday - Anything goes
The Cutie Pie Challenge - Anything goes

Friday, 22 June 2012

Fern The Forest Fairy

Yep me again! Don't worry I'll soon be back to posting once weekly - the house needs a jolly good deep clean so all excess crafting will come to a holt :(

Right, this post is gonna be short 'n' sweet today, cos the sooner I get on with things the sooner I can play!

It's time for another challenge over at Delicious Doodles and this week we have a 123 recipe for you. I've come to the conclusion that I'm not a recipe person - I find them way too restrictive. Anyway, I have managed to produce a card, but I can assure you there was much teeth gnashing, stash raking and paper shuffling in the process!

The recipe I used was 1 Designer paper, 2 Ribbons and 3 Images.

That's it from me today - see a real quick post! I hope you all have a great weekend.

Claire xxx

Fern The Forest Fairy
Fairy Seats
Leaf Ribbon - May Arts
Web Ribbon - The Craft Barn
Designer Paper - Lawrence Llewelyn-Bowen Renaissance Collection
Glossy Accents
Little Claire's Fern Die

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Moving Along With The Times - Happy Birthday
Paper Play - Die Cuts
Sarah Hurley Challenges - Dimension & Texture
Crafts & Me - Anything Goes
Bearly Mine - Flowers
Papertake Weekly - Bingo Diecut, free, glitter
Bunny Zoe's - Girls, girls, girls

Thursday, 21 June 2012

Vintage Sewing Book Card

Ahh Ha!!! You weren't expecting to see me today were you? I bet you're wondering what I'm upto? Well I'm super proud and rather excited to be able to tell you that I'm part of the Studio 12 Design Team and as such it's my turn to post over on the new Studio 12 blog. If you've not been over there yet, please do stop by as everyday one of the team post an inspirational piece.

Today I've decided to show you my final TV sample that I made using the new All Sewn Up Kit from the Studio 12 -  Picknix Collection 1. I've taken several pictures to try and give you an idea of what the book looks like from different angles (so apologies yet again for another picture heavy post!).

This is the front of the book (see this post for links to the tutorial). The image has been coloured with Promarkers, Flex-markers and Prismacolor Pencils.

I created the shop front window using a Memory Box Die and some Glossy Accents. The Dress Form is a pre-coloured element from the CD. The book is held closed by some seam binding which has been aged with Distress Ink.

Once you open the book, you're greeted by this little scene which has been created using a few buttons and lots of elements from the kit. I only used real buttons cos I was seriously pushed for time on this project, otherwise I'd have used the ones that come with the kit.

The tape measures have been printed onto masking tape. I love the effect that this gives as it looks really delicate, but it's actually really robust! I've then dusted the back of the tape with talcum powder (this stops it sticking together and also from sticking to the wrong place on the layout. Once I've got it in position I've used silcone glue so that the dimension holds.

I made the little fabric roll simply by creating a cardboard tube out of some kraft card and then wrapping some of the DP around it. The edges have been swiped with Distress Inks to make them pop a little. The little dress was created simply by cutting a semi circle of paper and then concertina folding (this forms the skirt) and drawing around the top of the dress form to create the bodice.

The sentiment has been printed onto white cardstock, aged with Distress Ink and then faux stitched. I've added Stickles to the words "Sewing" and "Soul".

Well that's about it from me today. I'll be back in the morning with my Delicious Doodles post.

Thanks for stopping by.

Claire xxx

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Crafts & Me - Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly - Bingo (Ribbon, Die Cut & Buttons).
Craft Your Passion - Flips & Folds
Make It Monday - Anything Goes
The Cutie Pie Challenge - Stitching
Gingerloft - Vintage
Sugar Creek Hollow - More is better
Inspire Me Fridays - Anything goes
Stampin With The Dragon - Anything goes

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

It's Not What It Seems!!!

So what do you think I've got to show ya all today? Another notebook? Wrong :D It's a faux book card!

I've seen a few of these book cards on my travels around the land of blog and eventually I decided to have a go at making one for my GDT project over at Stampotique. I'm going to give this to Hubby for his birthday - if DD doesn't nab it first!!! Anyway, here it is - really picture heavy post so my apologies!

I made the card base using this tutorial - there are loads out there, but this one is really clear and simple to follow. I kinda had a plan in my head as to how I wanted this to look, but there were a few things I hadn't decided upon as I wasn't sure they'd work or for that matter look right. So the card has been constructed in a completely bizarre manner and the actual concertina part was added at the last minute!!! :D

The first thing I did was cut the kraft paper to fit the book/card (I'll call it a book from now on, so that I don't confuse you or myself) and distress the edges by rolling them and inking them. I then added some faux stitching.

Before gluing the papers in place I experimented with my fastener, once I was happy I taped and glued the loop part in place and then added the kraft papers to the book. I poked holes where I needed the button to sit and then simply tied it in place.

I stamped several of the Leaf  images onto an old book page before cutting out and inking with Distress Inks. These were then arranged in the book and around the frame before trimming to size. I used my Spellbinders Foliage Die to cut some leaves and again inked with DI's before arranging them into the book pages. I also cut one of the leaf sprays down and attached it to the branch that Owl With Wings sits on, before colouring the image with pencils.

The background was inked using Distress Inks and then mounted onto the book and the back of the "pages" frame.

I gently swiped the book pages with Antique Gold acrylic paint on a baby wipe, this gives a really distressed look. The sentiment was computer generated. I've popped it out a little from the frame using black pop dots.

The quote was computer generated and then printed onto kraft paper, which again has been distressed and faux stitched.

So there you have it, one Faux Book. I really hope you liked this as I have another one to show you very soon! :/

Thanks for stopping by today.

Claire x

Leaf by Jo Capper-Sandon
Owl With Wings
Kraft Paper
Distress Inks - Spiced Marmalade, Scattered Straw, Forrest Moss, Broken China, Chipped Sapphire, Brick Red, Walnut Stain and Tea Dye

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Simon Says Stamp & Show - A Bit Of Brown
Make It Monday - Anything Goes
Fashionable Stamping Challenges - Nature
Stamptacular Sunday - Fabulous Folds
Hotshot Crafts - Distress Inks
Inspire Me Fridays - Anything Goes
Pixie Dust Studio - Birds

Friday, 15 June 2012

Life's A Beach!

Hopefully the scheduling widget hasn't let me down today! I'd like to blame Mr Blogger but I think it's more due to my incompetence!!

Anyways. it time for another challenge over at Polka Doodles and this week we want to see Summer! I think someone had the bright idea that if it won't come to us, that'd we'd make our own one! Now I really struggled with this challenge, totally lacked inspiration and kept going back to the same image which I've used a couple of times before. So after much umming and arrggghhhing I decided that I try and scrapbook a picture I took of my son when we were on holiday a couple of years ago. Now I say try, as I'm not a natural scrapper and therefore it's not something I find particularly easy. However, I'm determined that I will persevere as I have so many lovely pictures that are just sitting on my hard drive taking up space that it seems a shame not to do something with them. So here's my project for the week - what do you think?

Sundae of Seasons
Studio 12 Picknix - Collection 1
Candy Doodles Collectors Edition
Glossy Accents
Prismacolor Pencils

Whilst I hopefully have your attention I'd like to take this opportunity to remind you that Polka Doodles has a DT call out at the moment as does Studio 12. You can find all the details of how to apply and what's required by clicking on the links.

I hope you all have fab weekend (although the forecast is pants - again). I think we're going to be stuck indoors doing chores, but I might manage a little trip out to the cinema to see the new Snow White and The Huntsman Movie.

Claire xxx

PS Message for Marg - the link to freezer paper is here and the post with the tutorial is here

I'd like to enter this page into the following challenges:
{PIN}spirational Challenges - Shell picture
Craft Your Passion - Anything goes
Crafty Cardmakers - No cards, tags or ATC's
Creative Monday's - Summer
Fashionista Weekly - Simply Summer
Incy Wincy Designs - Use more than one digi
Make It Monday - Anything Goes
Catered Crop - Banners/Bunting
Quirky Crafts - Feature something you'd see in the sky!
Simon Says Stamp - Joy's Photo Inspiration

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

I got a little inky!!

Grrr to Mr Bloggies scheduling widget it failed :(

It's challenge time over at Stampotique and this week they want to see you stamp an image twice. I decided that I'd use this an opportunity to play with my inks and distress stains to produce a picture for my daughter's room. Despite a couple of hiccups, I'm glad that I choose to do this as it was a good learning curve for me!

I started off by stamping the image Stella onto my acrylic block, I then used the second impression from this to stamp onto the card. I then carefully stamped Stella directly onto the card. Both images were coloured with pencils before being covered with a mask. I then created the sky and water using Distress Inks. The grassy bank and reflections in the water were created with Distress Stains (I'm not sure why I haven't used these on more projects as they really are fab). Once I'd removed the masks I added more inks as and where necessary. To finish the picture was mounted onto some black card ready for framing.

This is the one that I did in rough, but decided that the image was the wrong colour and that it was a little too "moody" and not quite pretty enough!!! I also used tissue paper for the reflection and messed things up there!!! In addition I discovered that the card I was using didn't like modelling paste or spray inks!! I'm not going to throw the background away though, as I think I can remove the images with care and will use an image that will sit perfectly with the "dark" background, namely Smushasha.

Thanks for stopping by

Claire xxx

I'd like to enter this picture into the following challenges:
Simon Says Stamp & Show - Anything Goes

Tuesday, 12 June 2012

DT Call & A Vintage Dress Form Card

Evening - bet you're sick of the sight of me? LOL

Just popping onto to let you all know about a DT call for Studio 12 at Polka Doodles. That's right the new Studio 12 range which launched at the weekend is getting it's own blog and DT. To apply hop on over to here for full details. I know I have some uber talented followers, so I really hope that you will consider applying.

Whilst I'm here I'll show you another of the samples I made for the show on Create & Craft at the weekend. Again it was a really easy one created in Craft Artist Pro. I hope you like it!

I created the card in CAP using the Studio 12 Picknix and then simply printed out extra layers so that I could add loads of dimension to the card. I used the stitching brush that comes with the All Sewn Up kit to create the faux stitching and then used my pokey tool to define the stitches.

Thanks for stopping by. Oh and I'll be back first thing in the morning with my project for Stampotique :D

Claire xxx

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Can You Digi It? - Button It Up
Everybody Art - Roses
Try It On Tuesday - Anything Goes
Bunny Zoes - Girls, Girls, Girls
The Crafty Bloggers Network - 3D Paper Folding

Sunday, 10 June 2012

C&S Trio of Cakes Card

Hello :D Yep me again just popping on with another card from yesterday's show! Thank you for all the lovely comments and also for the emails. I will in future try and post when the shows are on. I'll also do a picture tutorial for those of you who asked.

This is another really quick and easy card using the new Studio 12 CD Picknix Collection 1

I took the cake image on the right of the screen and duplicated it before using the cutout studio to obtain just the cake stand. I then duplicated the stand and arranged the layout before dragging the cupcake image and strawberry sponge on top of them and resizing as necessary. I then copied and pasted the cupcakes a few times and arranged them onto the stand. The sentiment has been imported into CAP and resized. I've then printed the whole lot out and cut to fit my card blank. The sentiment has been matted and layered and then the whole thing has been prettied up by adding a bit of Rik Rak, some Stickles around the edge of the card and sentiment, on the frosting and finally the glass dome has been given a coat of Glossy Accents.

Right I'm off of here - my son has homework to do and needs my help (we're making a giant exploding box!!!) so wish me luck! :D

Claire xxx

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Sassy Studio Designs - Use something wet - Stickles
Digital Tuesday - Anything Goes
Paper Take Weeky - Anything Goes
Hooked On Crafts - All that glitters

Saturday, 9 June 2012

Well that was short 'n' sweet!

Well did you tune into Create & Craft at midday today to see the release of the new Studio 12 Picknix Collection 1 CD? If so you'll have seen that 80% of the stock went in the first 15 minutes and was a complete sell out before the end of the show! Unfortunately that meant very few of the samples got shown (and looking at the first camera pan round there were some crackers) but worse still hardly any of the collections on the disc got shown! You can watch the show here to get an idea of what I'm talking about!

However, there is some good news, you can buy the download version from here.

Anyway, here's one of mine that I spotted on display. I'll show the rest of them as and when I get time to write up the blog posts, although I might just cop out and pop some photo's on :/

This was a really quick and easy card that was created in Craft Artist Professional and then printed out onto fabric using the freezer paper technique. I simply dropped one of the backing papers onto the template, added the cross stitched heart, placed the word art sentiment onto blank area of my template and hit print. I then cut out the sentiment and frayed out the edges, trimmed around the main image and adhered it to a piece of card before mounting onto the card blank. To finish I added some Glossy Accents to the needle, faux stitching around the edge and some buttons.

I have to say I honestly think this one of the best collections that Polka Doodles have released - I pulled together a few samples, but have had to grab a note book to jot down my other ones! If you happen to buy it, please let me know so that I can stop by your blog and see what you've created with it.

Well that's it from me - I'm off out for a walk whilst the sun is shining (before it gets dark/rains), just keeping my fingers crossed that I don't get blown away! Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Claire xxx

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Frosted Designs - Stitching
Inspire Me Fridays - Anything Goes
Totally Papercrafts - Doodle On It
By The Cute & Girly - Cute as a button
Tando Creative - Fabric
Can You Digi It - Buttons
Digital Tuesday - Anything goes
LEJ Designs - Button It

Friday, 8 June 2012

Last Minute Father's Day Card!

OK so who stole this week? There was me sitting chilling with a nice glass of vino collapso and the phone goes and it's work, wanting to know if I want to do some extra hours - so as you do, I declined politely.

My lovely colleague at the other end of the line then said "see you tomorrow then!" At which point the conversation went something like this:

Me "Huh, I don't think so!!"
Colleague "You're not down as taking leave?"
Me "It's Thursday tomorrow and I do Friday..."
Colleague "Ummm - It's Friday tomorrow!!!"
Me "No way", glances casually at the date on the lappy, "oh pants - I've lost a day!"
Colleague laughing at this point "See ya tomorrow then!"

So not gutted enough that I was going to have work in the morning, I realised that I hadn't done my DT card for this week's Delicious Doodles Challenge which is One For The Fellas! Gulp a man's card needing to be done and quickly!! Not a great feeling! Anyway, I've knocked something together - not one of my best I'm afraid and you'll have to excuse the dodgy pictures cos they were taken at night, and this is it...........

I printed out the image Golf Ball & Tee three times, coloured it with Promarkers, cut it out and mounted it onto Green Bazzill Card using silicone glue. The golf ball has been de-bossed using a freebie embossing folder. The sentiment is computer generated and I've used my Cropadile Big Bite to set some eyelets, before threading onto string. I'm certain my Dad will like this card - only cos he loves anything golf based ;D

Anyway, thanks for stopping by today. I hope you all have a fab weekend - those of us in the UK will be battening down the hatches as there is a huge storm forecast to hit :( On the bright side it means more time for crafting!! :D

Claire xxx

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
CRAFT - Male card
Digi Doodles Shop's Best - Male Card
Dude Time Doodles - Boys & Their Toys
Penny's Paper Crafty - Father's Day
Digital Tuesday - Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes optional Father's Day
Sassy Cheryl's - It's all about the Dad's & Grandad's
Cards for Men - Father's Day
Love to Create - Father's Day
Little Claire - Male Theme

Thursday, 7 June 2012

You'll never guess who I'm GDT for!!!

Well have you guessed - I bet not!!! LOL

Only STAMPOTIQUE!!! Yep you heard right Stampotique!!! Shocked huh?? But not as shocked as I was!

I really don't know how I've contained my excitement and nerves for this GDT as it's completely out of my normal zone, but I have had a blast and will definitely be incorporating their stamps in more of my makes! I'm still a little (OK well a lot) surprised that they invited me, so I hope that I can rely on your support over the next month cos I kinda feel a little teency bit intimidated by the uber talented designers they have over there! Pop onto to the designers blog to check out some of the work.

For my first project  I thought I'd make an acetate exploding box, but it didn't quite pan out as I'd planned and I'm not entirely sure that there's an easy answer. If anyone who reads this post has managed to make a box without the problems I've encountered, please do let me know where I went wrong!!!

As you can see from my photo the box only opens on two sides. I tried a full explosion, but the walls went wildly out of shape, so I thought the solution would be to give it more stability by making the explosion on two sides only. It kind of worked but still isn't 100% as I would like it!! However, this was a "happy accident" for me, as I actually think I prefer it to a full explosion as it gives me far more scope for scene building!!

The next problem was trialing the caught in crystal technique using floor polish which I personally don't think is as successful as using glue! The alcohol inks don't spread as effectively and the solution struggled to contain glitters, plus it was really, really messy. However, I did make a discovery from this experiment which I'll share on another day, so again, it's not all bad!!!

So in summary, an all acetate exploding box is going to be a no, no for future projects. As is using floor polish to create the caught in crystal panels! So with the wondrous thing that is hindsight, I'll use black card for the box base and the caught in crystal acetate panels will be created using glue!

Anyway, lets move onto the things that did go right! :D The scene in the middle was created using the image Smushasha by Daniel Torrente and Cloud Clay covered in modelling paste and spray inks for the rock. I stamped the acetate panels with the image Daisy Daisy by Jo Capper-Sandon, coloured them with Metallic Promarkers and then placed a tiny pearl in the centre of each one. The text is also by Jo Capper-Sandon and can be found here. I then used a tiny flower punch to create the flowers on the rock and glued them to some cake decorating wire that I twirled around my pokey tool.

Well I think that's about it from me today, if you've got this far I'm impressed!! :D So all that's left to say is "Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you've enjoyed your visit!" I'll be back on Friday with another project.

Claire xxx

I'd like to enter this project into the following challenges:
Just Keep On Creating - Anything goes
Papertake Weekly - Anything goes
Hooked On Crafts - All that glitters
Make It Monday - Anything goes
Smudgy Antics - Anything goes
Catch the bug - Anything goes
Crafty Mess - Fantasy
The Secret Crafter - Anything goes
Simon Says Stamp & Show - Texture

Friday, 1 June 2012

It's a Royal Affair!

Good morning, it's time for another challenge over at Polka Doodles. Now as it's the Queen's Diamond Jubilee weekend we want you to make a project to celebrate that, you can use anything that suggests royalty. Wether it be colours such as purple, red, gold or gemstones such as diamonds, or even using the union flag you decide!

I wasn't really sure what to do for this weeks challenge, but after a long hard think I decided that I wanted to make a fun project that I could use for my Jubilee party. So I've made a birdhouse, this photo heavy so be warned!

The birdhouse template has been taken from the Candy Doodles Collectors Edition CD. As the template is a bit bigger than I wanted for this project, I simply copied the image, pasted it into a Word document and resized it. The template was then printed onto cardstock. I placed the roof part of the template back into the printer and printed the free Polka Doodles Blue Jubilee paper on the opposite side. 

Once all of the house pieces had been cut out, I poked a hole in the centre of the roof and in the bottom of the floor. Gold thread was then passed through roof to make a hanging loop - I used a dot of hot glue on the knot to ensure that it was secure. I then passed a length of gold thread through the house floor and again used a dab of hot glue to secure the knot. The house was then assembled as per the instructions with the exception of cutting out a window at the front of the house.

The bunting was made using another free Polka Doodles paper that I resized and printed out several times before cutting down into triangles and gluing onto twine. I used the left over scraps of blue paper to create the heart shaped windows.

The hanging hearts and crown were made using an image from the same set as the papers (this was a freebie set that Nikky Hall created for this months challenge over on our Facebook page Polka Doodle Dandies). I simply resized the images in my graphics programme, coloured them with Promarkers, chucked a bit bling onto the crown and then hot glued them in place.

The little mouse image has been taken from the Sugarplum Daisy CD. She normally wears a pair of dungarees and a flower in her hair, but I have made her a new set of clothes especially for this project! The ER has been cut from a Tim Holtz/Sizzix Market Place Die. I've finally got around to using my Memory Box Wrought Iron Fence Die! I finished the whole thing off with a bit of organza ribbon from Crafty Ribbons and computer generated dates.

So if you've got this far well done!!! I hope you all have a fantastic Jubilee Weekend, and I'll be keeping my fingers crossed that the sun shines forthe duration of it!

Thanks for stopping by today

Claire xxx

I'd like to enter the following challenges:
Kuretake - Red, White & Blue with a bit of bling
My Mum's Craft Shop - Red, White & Blue
Crafts & Me - Ribbon
Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes
 I ♥ ProMarkers - Use a digi
Cooking It Up With Katie - Celebrate with ribbon & a die cut
Divas By Design - Anything goes
Just keep On Creating - Anything goes
Penny's paper Crafty - Anything Goes
Creative Craft Challenges - Red, White & Blue
Everybody Art - Anything but a card
Bunny Zoe's - Anything goes
Cupcake Craft - Royalty
Make it Monday - Anything goes
OSAAT - Red, White & Blue
Pan Pastel UK - Diamond Jubilee
Craft Your Days Away - Red, White & Blue
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