Sunday, 31 October 2010
Artistic Outpost have a new stamp plate out "Oz Collage" featurung images from the Wizard of Oz and to celebrate Helen Chilton has been busy with the Artistic Outpost stamp plate "Neverland" and a Big and Juicy inkpad! If you pop along to the Gallery you can see lots of new projects in the New Additions section including several from Helen using these iconic stamps and in the online glasses a tutorial to make this card.
This lovely Layout comes from Vanessa Banks who has finally given in and set up a Blog. Welcome to blogland Vanessa. For this layout Vanessa has used Websters Pages papers from the "Waiting for Santa" collection and this shows how versatile these papers are and how they don't need to be used just for Christmas projects. Vanessa glimmer misted corrugated cardboard and cut out the roses from the Waiting for Santa Die Cut sheet to create corners, added prima buds and flowers also used a Waiting for Santa journaling card - love and happiness.
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So a very Happy Hallowe'en to everyone from us all at the Happy Daze DT, and have a wonderfully spooky time.
Friday, 22 October 2010
This spooky ornamnent has been made by the delightful Louise Crosbie using Blankboard Cubes, Distress inks and assorted Hallowe'en stamps. It makes a great seasonal decoration and was quick to make.
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Friday, 15 October 2010
Saturday, 9 October 2010
Vanessa Banks has been making Layouts using the My Mind's Eye Portabello Road papers. This one uses the papers along with Prima flowers and bling swirls, some heat embossing, glitter, a load of inking and sewing. There are two more Layouts using these papers in the New Additions section of our Gallery.