Friday, 8 December 2017

Craft Stamper Challenge Reminder Post





It's reminder day already over at the Craft Stamper Magazine Blog Hop on over (via the link) to check out the fabulous inspiration from the Design Team, and see how you could join in with the challenge.


There's a fabulous prize up for grabs, as well as the chance to be featured in the magazine. How cool is that!


So get creating, don't forget to include stamping on your project and join in the fun.


Elizabeth x


Monday, 4 December 2017

Canas Corp Brands December Challenge

Check out the fabulous challenge over at Canas Corp Brand Blog there's a fantastic prize up for grabs, and lots of gorgeous inspiration over there from the Crew. #ccbchallenge

Elizabeth x
 

Friday, 1 December 2017

Craft Stamper Magazine's December Challenge


The new challenge has started today over at the Craft Stamper Magazine Blog where we would love you to share projects that contain stamping on them with us.

I've been playing with my Distress Oxide inks and this gorgeous stamp set from Tim Holtz.


There's a fabulous prize up for grabs from our sponsor this month Stamping Unicorn so how do you fancy winning three sets of stamps and two gorgeous paper pads, cool hey!






So check out the details (via the link) get stamping and enter for a chance to win the prize, or a chance to be featured in the magazine it's self!

Good Luck.
Elizabeth xxx

Monday, 13 November 2017

Needles and Pins Passport Book Die from Eileen Hull


 Totally lost myself today as I decorated one of Eileen Hull's fabulous Passport Books. So much so that I forgot to take any step by step pictures.


The Bigz die cuts cleanly through mat board, and even scores the fold lines ready for you. Then I sat for a couple of hours doodling, water colouring and creating a magical design using my Sakura Gelly Roll Pens.


I've made mine into a little book to hold my needles and pins, by adding felt pages instead of paper. I'm always loosing them, and this way they can sit on my shelf alongside my desk.


I love the patterns you can create with the Metallic Gelly Rolls and a Koi Waterbrush, so pretty.


The white is perfect for adding highlights, and check out the Ultra Fine Glitter, I can add the smallest details with the Quickie Glue Pen without overloading the project.


Thanks for stopping by, Happy Crafting.
Elizabeth x

Friday, 10 November 2017

The Craft Stamper Magazine Challenge - November 2017


Just a little reminder that the challenge over at the Craft Stamper Magazine Blog is waiting for your projects that include stamping on them.

Hop over to the blog (via the link above) and check out the terms of entry and also the fabulous prize that's up for grabs.





The hardest part for the winner will be having to choose which stamps they want!!!


Elizabeth x

Friday, 3 November 2017

Craft Stamper Challenge November 2017


The November Challenge is now underway over at the Craft Stamper Magazine Blog where we would like you to share your stamped projects with us, to be in with a chance of winning a fabulous prize, or even to be featured in the magazine it's self, how cool!!

This time around we are sponsored by Rubber Dance Stamps who are offering a stamp set of the winners choice, and there are plenty of fabulous sets to choose from I can tell you!!!

So follow the link over to the blog, check out the details of how to enter and get creating. Please remember to include stamping on your project, we are after all a stamping magazine.

Have fun and Happy Stamping.

Elizabeth x

Monday, 23 October 2017

Eileen Hull's Fabulous Journal Die




I thought I'd have a try at cutting out Eileen Hull's Journal Die in faux leather, and extending it to create pockets on the inside.


So after a little careful measuring (ahem none at all) I worked out that if you folded the fabric just inside of the cutting line of the journal outer edge (opposite side to the spine), you could create an extra flap of fabric.


Join the spine in the normal way, and then either sew or in this case I just glued down the top and bottom edges to create pockets.


I threaded three elastics through the spine for my three local travel guides. Now when my visitors want to head off and explore, they have local maps of the area all in one place, along with a couple of inside pockets for tickets etc.







You could also used a lighter weight fabric and slip a piece of card inside the pocket to strengthen it.

Elizabeth x