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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Joy to the World


Hi everyone and welcome to my DT post for Cheery Lynn Designs. Gosh I can't believe how fast we are now approaching the end of the year and it will soon be Thanksgiving Day for all our American friends. So today my card is inspired by this celebration.


I started by distressing my 2 layers of Maja Design papers at the edges and layered onto my card. I cut out my wreath in 3 shades of paper from the same pad, cutting 2 of my wreaths so they would stretch out a little larger than the base one. The cut was hidden by my drop shadowed reindeer.


My large sunflower was coloured with Copic Pens and Micro Beads added into the centre. The smaller sunflowers I added Flowersoft into the centres and also touches onto the wreath. My berries were coloured with Copic and 2 layers of Glossy accents added letting them dry between coats. Finishing with arranging my bouquet onto my card.

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Thanks so much for stopping by today.

Crafty Hugs, 

Julie x

Friday, 10 November 2017

The World is Full of Magic


Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by my blog today to see my Design Team card for Craft Consortium using the new paper pad from Hackney and Co called Winter Woodland. It's such a beautiful pad with many gorgeous designs I'm sure every style of crafter will love.


I started by stamping my La Blanche image of the boy on the Toadstool which I coloured and cut out, layering onto my card with the extra fussy cut toadstools, mushrooms, Woodland creatures and a Robin all from the Paper Pad. 


Finishing with stamping my sentiment onto another patterned paper from the pad.

Thanks for stopping by today and for all your lovely comments and please do check out Craft Consortium and follow them on Facebook and Instagram for regular inspiration and giveaways.

Crafty Hugs, 
Julie x

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Christmas Memories


Hi everyone, sorry I am short on visits to your lovely blogs, but I am busy at the moment looking after my sick fur baby with lots of visits to the Vet, hopefully I will be able to catch up soon.
Today for my DT post at Cherish The Memory I am sharing with you all some more inspiration using the beautiful Die Cut pads from the Studio Light Range. These pads are super fun to create with and ideal for this time of year when you need several Christmas cards. Cherish The Memory have a fab range of these pads so do check them out HERE.


I have added lots of layers to this card using diecut layers, tattering and Inks on my paper layers from my Studio Light pad. My centre star images have also been inked and tattered at the edges and mounted onto my card with foam strips.


My foliage designs all come from these paper pads. I added some Glass Glitter and Snowtex onto the leaves finishing with a Poinsettia.

Please check out Cherish The Memory Etsy Shop to see their beautiful range of papers and craft packs with new items being added weekly. You can also follow them on the following links :

Thanks so much for stopping by today, your visits are always appreciated.

Crafty Hugs, 

Julie x

Saturday, 4 November 2017

Let It Snow


Hi everyone today I'm sharing my DT card at Cheery Lynn Designs. The clocks changed last weekend in Scotland and there is definitely a wintry feel in the air now which inspired me to make my winter scene using the pretty Maja Design papers and some of our vast range of amazing Festive and Winter dies.


I started my card by tattering at the edges two layers of paper and adding a scattering of Frantage for a snowy effect. My rosette styled Snowflower was cut out in glitter card adding Holly, Pine Branches and layering on my cute snowman.


My Let It Snow was drop shadowed and layered onto my Stackers with a little cheesecloth and Frantage for extra detail. I mounted my Dancing Snow Flurries Border around my sign using sections of this Die to form the oval shape.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you have a lovely weekend.

Crafty Hugs, 
Julie x   
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