Thursday, 9 February 2017

CCT Lace or Frills

The theme at CCT this week is Lace or Frills. The papers on my card are Maja Design and the dies are from Spellbinders and Martha Stewart. Not my usual style of card but I enjoyed making it.

I am giving my eldest daughter this card for her 24th birthday, gosh that makes me feel very old saying that! 
Its my 50th birthday next week and we are all off to Berlin for 6 nights to celebrate, I'm really looking forward to it and hopefully it will make been 50 not so bad.

Thursday, 2 February 2017

CCT Be My Valentine

The theme at CCT this week is Be My Valentine. I have made this cute little card for my hubby with Lawn Fawn images which I coloured with Copics. The dies are MFT.



Thursday, 26 January 2017

CCT Something Fun

The theme at CCT this week is Something Fun. I have used this cute Penny Black image which I have coloured with Copics. The dies are all MFT Die-Namics ans the sentiment is Hero Arts. The papers are from Lawn Fawn.

I hope you'll be able to join us this week as we have another great prize.

I am entering my card into the Penny Black and More Challenge and the Penny Black Saturday Challenge both of which are Anything Goes.

Thursday, 19 January 2017

CCT Cool Colours

This weeks theme at CCT is Cool Colours. I have used Lawn Fawn paper on my card and an image from the Mama Elephant Lunar Animals stamp set which is coloured with Copics. the sentiment is Lawn fawn and the frame die is another one from China which I got from Ebay.


Thursday, 12 January 2017

CCT Buttons

This weeks theme at CCT is Buttons. I have made a tag using images and a sentiment from the Happy Hedgehog set of stamps by My Favorite Things. The images are coloured with Copics and added to a Lil Inkers tag.



Thursday, 5 January 2017

CCT What's New?

The theme at CCT this week is What's New?, we would like to see some of the new crafting goodies you got for Xmas. I have used one of my new Penny Black stamps which I have coloured with Copics. The image has been cut out with a Lil Inkers die.