Friday, 1 August 2014

Smashing from Copenhagen,Denmark

Wow July has flown past and I feel like I have barely had any time to craft. More scheduled posts to come this month as I have a few projects to share with you, including some smashbook pages. In fact my travel smashbook is almost complete so even more of an incentive to get crafting.

So here are the pages from my visit to Copenhagen. If you are interested in visiting the city at all, please do check out my posts over on my travel site here.

I'd love to here what you think of my pages?

Saturday, 5 July 2014

1st wedding anniversary smash book

You may recall a previous post where I shared with you a first anniversary card and present idea that I had been working on for my best friend.

Well, today I thought I would share with you a few more pages from the smashbook that I made for their 1st anniversary - although having to be careful as there is a lot of personal info that I am sure they don't want shared on the web too much... excuse the squishing of pictures too.

First date page:

Proposal page:

Wedding hair:


Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Road to happiness birthday card

The Road to Happiness stamp set from Stampin' Up! is ideal for so many occasions:

Here's a little birthday card that I made using this stamp set and also the cupcake punch.

Sunday, 29 June 2014

On film die, great for cards and scrapbooking

I quite recently purchased the On Film framelits die set from Stampin' Up! and have been enjoying making cards as well as scrapbooking with it.

Here's a very quick card that I made:

Almost no stamping required other than the sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes stampset. The film border will be getting lots of use...

Sunday, 15 June 2014

Father's day or for any occasion

Here's the card I made for my dad for Father's Day. I thought it could be used for other occasions fairly easily, just by changing the colours and sentiment.

I've used Old Olive and Rich Razzlebery from Stampin' Up! along with the Happy Hour, Alphabet Outline and Banner Blast stamp sets, along with a retired sentiment and the Argyle embossing folder.