About the Artist

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I just love crafting, the messier the better. Have been crafting all my days but in the last 16 years have been doing more and more. My obsession began with making cards and from there I have tried many different forms of crafting. Great fan of Tim_Holtz love all his products would love to own them all one day. Graphic 45 is another must have for me and again would love to have it all. And then there is Prima well what can a girl say, just simply stunningly beautiful. Really enjoying the vintage, shabby chic and steampunk styles which are very much in vogue at the minute. Love Lace and Pearl trim, you might be seeing a fair bit of it all on here. xx Please keep calling past and enjoy my crafting journey with me. Great Big Huge Hugs Becca xxx


Tuesday 14 August 2012

Craftymess Challenge Blog #15

'Words' (No Image)

We have a new challenge started over on Craftymess Challenge Blog - Words Only theme.

Please pop over using this link and come and join in with us.

This is my DT entry

Made this card using Kraft Cardstock matted and layered some pearlescent cream and black cardstock, tied cream seam binding around black card in a knot.  Using Sizzix Framlits and Stamps I created the sentiment embellishment 'you make me smile'

Thank you all so much again for popping in and seeing what I have been up to, I really do appreciate it.  Please leave a comment below.

Great Big Huge Hugs 

Becca xxx 

Our Sponsor for our challenge this time is....Crimson Cloud they are offering our winner 3 pkts of Die Cuts of your choice.

"Crimsoncloud.co.uk is owned by Linda and Melanie, and is a mother/daughter venture - a way to indulge their joint passion of cardmaking and papercrafting.  
Linda, based in South Africa, is the designer - developing their exclusive range of stamps, die cuts, digital stamps, svg cutting files and card kits which reflect their styles of card making.
Melanie is based in BrightonSussex and runs the web based shop - only selling products that they have tried, tested and love using. New products are regularly being tested and added to the range.
For ideas and inspiration, check out the gallery on the Crimson Cloud website, or follow their blog on www.blog.crimsoncloud.co.uk with new posts and samples being added at least once a week."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Love this, very simple and elegant.