Thursday, July 31, 2008

For Jaydn - One of a Kind

Here is a card I have made for a friend's 13th birthday tomorrow. I have used the Classic Stars Wheel and yes the panel is on crooked - this was done on purpose. To embellish I used the large star punch and a now retired piece of patterned SU paper (this was the one I wanted to use as it was a masculine card) and several stamp sets - 'For You' from One of a Kind (from the current Spring Mini-catalogue, notice how the star covers the flower on this stamp!), Short Order Numbers and Calendar Cues.

Jaydn - have a great year ahead and welcome to your teenage years.
Images: (c) 1990-2008 Stampin' Up! (r) Artwork: Margaret L Crawford

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Think Happy Thoughts

What a great name for a stamp set - Think Happy Thoughts.


On Saturday I am meeting some friends for lunch and I have made them this little package of chocolates. The chocolates are some I bought at Hong Kong airport and the covers are made using this wonderful set - I stamped the "Friendship" image and then used the 1 3/8" circle punch and the scallop punch and attached to the chocolates. I have use my new favourite Purely Pomegranate for the ink and ribbon. Enjoy!

Images: (c) 1990-2008 Stampin' Up! (r) Artwork: Margaret L Crawford

Beautiful Sunshine Coast Australia



It is raining in Sydney today. So I thought why not post some photographs I have taken of the beautiful Sunshine Coast. Now to scrapbook...


Monday, July 21, 2008

Enjoy every moment - Scrapbook page

Here is a page I have created since returning to Australia for semester break. I have used the "Enjoy every moment" set from Stampin' Up! mini catalogue and the in colours "Purely Pomegranate and Blue Bayou". You can also see some freehand doodling I did with the white gel pen and some flowers/pearls from the Pretties Kit.

The scrapbook page is 15cm x 15cm. I made this for a recent training day with INKlings group I belong to, and we were required to bring along all supplies, for each participant and put in a box - it is called "A card in a box" and then you pass the boxes along and each person ends up with completed projects. Well I had just arrived and opened up all my new catalogue and mini purchases-so went with a scrapbook page instead.


Images: (c) 1990-2008 Stampin'Up! (r) Artwork: Margaret L Crawford

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