Thursday, 24 June 2010

Blue and White...Green and Yellow!

Moving away from the holiday photos again for a moment, here are some bits of crafting I've been doing since I came home. 

The theme for Something Completely Different this week is 'Blue & White' and we are still on Skinnis (3" x 5") cards.

 I used the stamp that came with Craft Stamper, stamped with Brilliance Mediterranean Blue on white card on the left and embossed with holographic powder on the right, I  then stamped and cut out the shell, the embossing wasn't showing up terribly well so I highlighted the 'sea shells' text with white gel pen and then did a bit of doodling, finished off with three buttons from my stash.

Now for the 'Green and Yellow'.  One of the nice things about being on holiday is that we have been able to take our son & DIL's dog out for walks.  I took some photographs of Muffin when we took her through our hay fields on Tuesday.  

All the papers and elements are digital and by Studio The kit is a bargain buy August 2009 grab bag which I got for $1.00!


  1. very nice janice-i love the painty slpatty bit on the lo :)

  2. Love the card, but the LO has to be my fave!She's grown so much. Loving the painty splatterings too xx

  3. Great projects Janice, love the different look of the stamp just by reversing the colours and your LO ooks very warm and cheery!

  4. Beautiful blue and white and clever of you to use the free stamp from craft stamper. They were a great freebie!Thanks for joining us at SCD again this week.

  5. what a great skinni - love the reversal element! fab

    Thank you for joining us this week xx

    Your layout is great - hasn't Muffin grown!


  6. Love the design of the skinnie...great use of the CS freebie too :)
    xoxo Sioux

  7. Love both of thes - like the way you used rhe CS stanp x


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