Monday, January 26, 2009

Got the number?

tomorrow morning 11am on Ideal World - Anice launches her fab Funky Daze CD of papers on tv!
Some things wot I have made may be appearing alongside her.
(they are a bit nervous)

Here are two more cards made using the papers. These won't be appearing but are not sulking as they have already winged their way to the recipients.
My baby brother is now 40. Eeek. (Cos I know how much older than him I am!)
this colourway is great for blokey cards. I am trying to layer my cards a bit more. Still have a long way to go though. The card base is American Crafts cardstock. everything else is from the CD.
And this card is for a little cutie at Church.the colour is not quite right on the photo but this colourway is lovely shabby soft pinks and purples. I added a spot of ribbon and some flowers, the top one is a quilled flower I had in a swap ages ago. One of the layers is embellished with a swiss dots folder. The printed papers are great for embossing as the print comes off leaving a lovely distressed look.

Today I have had fun with my DCM buddy and great crafty friend Sue. We didn't do much crafting but we did manage to chat, eat, shop and make a mess! It is always so lovely to spend time together nattering and crafting!

Cheer Anice on tomorrow if you can. I will have to record it as I am out then!

8 comments:

Enfys said...

More gorgeousness Lythan! I love your brother's card, men are SO difficult (do I mean to design cards for, or something more profound, hmmmm). The little one's card is fab too.
hugs
En x

Carol said...

You did a great job on these two, the one for your brother is fab.....men cards are a bit of a chore i find...i usually struggle!

Hugs
Carol x

Hazel said...

Fab cards, as ever - love the number 1. I'll try and grab a bit of time to see Anice tomorrow and look out for your cards! x

Susan (Sue H) said...

Your brother's card is beautiful Lythan, I love the colours of the papers. Anice has done a grand job designing them.

And thanks for a fun day!
love
Sue
x

tiggertastic said...

love all the hand work on the edge of your work, it really makes them stand out

sarah x

Annie said...

what a great blokey card you made for your brother - they can be so difficult! and such a pretty card for a little girl too. thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving me a lovely comment. hugs, annie x

Hazel said...

Not only did I see Anice, but I recognised some of the delicious crafting - especially the egg box - Yay!!!!! xx

Tip Top said...

Great cards! Do like the one for your brother - men can just be so difficult to make for!