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So many pretties!
|Papers, sentiment and decoupage topper all Docrafts "Wellington" range.|
|Left: paper trays with scraps and decoupage pads on top, and 6x6 and 8x8 paper pads on the bottom 2 shelves. Next, a box full of embellishments, another box with card scraps on top and any mags that I'm currently using for inspiration. Also, clear box with compartments for my charms.|
Middle: Several tubs/jars/craft organiser thingies full of odds and ends. Behind that is a shortbread tin full of peel-offs and various stick-on letters, as well as half a dozen clear folders containing gems/sentiments/wooden embellishments/washi tapes/brads.
To the right: 4 compartmented craft trays full of things like buttons, die-cut butterflies and flowers. etc. stash of foam tape, double sided tape and inspiration album on top, as well as vitally important promarker colour chart! Next to that there's a pencil case full of die-cut shapes, a tub full of paper flowers, one with bloomers and yet more buttons. Super large camo pencil case contains promarkers.
|Front: Box full of ribbon! Next to that: box with A4 paper pads, a couple of craft books and 12x12 paper pads. 3 clear A4 boxes with toppers (girls, boys and christmas! lol). Behind that, box and A4 folder with stamps and inks, etc. To the left: box with loose 12x12 sheets, white cardstock. Behind that 4 A4 folders with different colour cardstock (and glitter, mirri, etc.) and just in front of the radiator are a few boxes with projects in various stages of completion, lol.|
|Image from Lily of the Valley, as is the flower. most other bits and pieces from a local haberdashery, papers I picked up as singles from a local craft shop and no idea who designed them! :-(|
|Image from Lili of the Valley, flowers from LOTV and Ribbongirl, wedding cake charm from creative charms. Stickles, lace and buttons to finish it off.|
|Papers are from Basic Grey. Digi image from Arthur's clip art|
|Digi image is from Arthur's clip art . Papers are from My Mind's Eye. Sentiment from Redhotbed.|
|Male card using My Mind's Eye papers and Lili of the Valley sentiment stamp.|
|Inside of male card|
|Female card using First Edition "Family Ties" papers and Lili of the Valley sentiment stamp.|
|Inside of female card.|
|Papers are from the Beach Babe set (fancy pants designs) and the stamp and sentiment are from Acid drops & Whatnots.|
|Fairly simple with just different types of card, a Kanban topper and a "cherish" peel-off.|
|The flowers are also from LOTV and some from Ribbongirl. I used Brushed Corduroy distress ink to distress the panels. The card I used to mat/layer the panels is pearled ivory, and the papers I found in my scraps box. Not sure exactly where they were originally from :-(|
|LotV image on a shaped card (hand-cut... Someone make my husband give in to the idea of buying a die-cutting machine! lol). finished off with cheese cloth, a doily and flowers|
|Papermania Henbury Lane card.|
|Travel card (yes, yet another one. And no-one I know ever goes anywhere, so probably the most useless type to make! lol.). The map paper in the background is 7 Gypsies, the topper is Elegant Elements, and the washi tape is from the "All Aboard" range (Docrafts). The post card is a rub-on I think I found at "the Works", same goes for the Eiffel tower sticker...|
|This one was kinda fun to make. I just grabbed a load of blue stuff from my stash and off I went. Topper is Kanban, the papers are from the Wellington and the "Back to Basics" ranges.|
That's it for today. Back tomorrow!