Of the image to create the look of sky and then did the same with some Peeled Paint distress ink to the bottom of the image to look like grass. I matted and layered not red cardstock and adhered to the centre of the card. I added 3 red and white card candi to the corners then die cut a small scalloped circle of red card and added a Lily Of The Valley New Home sentiment and adhered to the left side of the card. Finally i added a small key to the left corner of the card and added some flower embellishments to the right of the card to balance it out a bit! Thank you for visiting my blog, and hope to be back sharing another card soon.
Friday, 4 September 2015
Hello there! Today I would like to share with you a card I've made for my best friend who has finally found the house she has always wanted :) And this digital stamp by Tiddly Inks seemed the perfect image for this special card! The card is an 8x8 inch cream card blank. I coloured the image with my much loved copic markers. I used papers by Lily of The Valley from their new "Sunny Side Up" pad, because it's so bright and cheery! I matted the main background paper onto red and then blue cardstock, I then cut a square from a sheet with the patchwork design and matted and layered onto red cardstock. I then cut a strip of the yellow paper from the pad and adhered to blue cardstock. I left enough card on the edges and used an ekSuccess border punch along the edges. I adhered that over the top of the patchwork patterned paper. On the digi image I sponged a little Broken China distress ink to the top
Thursday, 3 September 2015
Hugs, Em xx
Wednesday, 2 September 2015
Apologies for being absent so long after my very first post. I'm going to do my best to keep on top of this! I've so many cards to share with you since I last posted and it just seems such a shame to not share them on here. Especially when my fellow design team member Lisa had worked so hard setting it up correctly for me. So here is my first card I'm sharing with you. This is a cream 8x8 square card blank. The papers I've used are Graphic 45 Gilded Lily 8x8 pad. I've matted and layered onto brown card stock. The stamp is by Santoro and coloured with Copic markers. I stamped her on to a die cut Spellbinders Label 16 and matted that onto same brown card as before. I used Tattered Rose Distress ink to colour the background. I used another label die but don't have the number for that I'm afraid. I matted that onto a sheet from the Graphic 45 pad and inked the edges with Vintage photo Distress Ink (I did the same with the background papers -forgot to mention). I put some cream lace over the top of some brown ribbon and adhered to the left of the card. I added two embellishments to the left corners of the card stock. The butterflies on the right edge of the card is a die from Joy! Crafts, Noor! Design. I adhered to the card and then added some flowers in the bottom right corner. I cut a corner from another sheet from the paper pad and matted again onto same brown card stock and added a corner die cut, again Noor! Design. And lastly I added 3 brown pearls into top right hand corner. I hope you like my card :) Thanks for looking!!
Friday, 29 May 2015
Hiya! My name is Emma but you can call me Em. Welcome to my first EVER blogpost! I admit I'm a technophobe and don't have a clue how these things work lol so please forgive me if I make a mistake. I'm a very busy Mum of 3 and I've been making cards for 7 years now. And I am honoured to be part of the Design Team for Lelli-Bot Crafts since it started. I love my copics, stamps and I'm addicted to designer papers too <3
Today I am sharing a card that I've made also for the Lelli-Bot Challenge Blog. The card is 8x8 square blank using the Gothic Grunge kit. The background paper with the skulls and crossbones is from the DCWV Rockstar 12x12 paper stack. All other papers used on the card including the skull topper and feathers,charm, ribbon and black resin rose is all from the Gothic Grunge full works kit available from www.lellibotcrafts.co.uk.
Thanks for looking and I hope you love these kits as much as me :)
Hugs, Em xxx