Daily Archives: 13 May, 2007

Wednesday Stamper #2

just another, and very quick entry into Wednesday Stamper’s turquoise challenge.

Cardstock is Bazzill pink (6 x 6 blank), then a 3″ piece of turquoise cardstock from Heartwarming Vintage slab, with one the pictures from the Paper Artsy 008 sheet matted with gold, purple velvet and then chocolate brown cardstock.

The background is stamped with Penmanship (Penny Black) in Antique Linen Distress Ink, then Pressed Lacy Flower (Savvy Stamps) in Violet Whispers Dye Ink. All edges have been run over with the Antique Linen Distress Ink. Just a scrap of turquoise/pink ribbon added to the spine.


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Envie that goes with the acceptance

Envie that goes with the acceptance. All stamps are Aud’s, the ink is my new Whispers Port Wine, and I’ve just used a blue pencil to colour.

I really love Aud’s new stamps, especially the circle sentiments.

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Wedding Acceptance

for Guy’s brother – he’s getting married again in July, and Guy feels that he has to go, so I am very reluctantly being dragged along.

Fortunately, we will only have to suffer the Registry Office service and small meal afterwards, then we can high tail it home again…..but in any event, we needed an acceptance, so I’ve spent a few minutes this morning knocking one up.

Card base is a 12 x 6″ piece of Bazzil folded in half to make a 6 x 6″ card, my new favourite card blank to make at the moment. The paper is by Sweetwater, and the stamp along the left hand edge is my new one that I got yesterday (another Do Crafts), which is stamped in the other new purchase from yesterday a Whispers Dye Ink in Port Wine. Only other stamp on this is the heart from Aud’s Cat’s House Sheet.

The central image is from a Paper Artsy Picture pack (008), which is just such a lovely quick way to get a central image. You get two transparencies and two pictures per pack.

We enjoyed the film I mentioned yesterday, and all three of us ended up sobbing – quite unexpected to find a sad part like that in the middle of a film (I won’t spoil it for people and say what happend). It was a cracking watch, and would highly recommend it for kids about Lydia’s age and adults alike.

I’m sitting here eagerly anticipated a cooked brunch, which is on the go at the moment, then we are off to watch Lydia dive a bit later on.

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