Thursday, November 27, 2014

Sparkle

Hello and to all my friends over in the USA

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

I hope you have a wonderful day with family and loved ones

I have another shaker card to share today ... 


I cut that tree on my Cameo and I'm using my new dies here too 


Once again mixing my glitter with sequins ... 
The Sparkle (PTI die) I cut from some left over card stock I had stamped for another project


I just love making these ... 

I'm linking up over at Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday


Thanks so much for looking in 

Hugs

~ Ros ~







Wednesday, November 26, 2014

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Hello there ...

I've another Christmas card to share ... this time a little glitter filled shaker card


The image was stamped and embossed (using black glitter EB powder) onto acetate first - actually it took me a few goes as the acetate tends to slip when being stamped and this little stamp was quite finely detailed so you can't really press too hard


Behind the acetate is a small left over piece of Melissa Frances paper and a glittery moon


The washi tape on the bottom of the card is by Teresa Collins - the sentiment is computer generated and the snow is made using Snow Writer by DecoArt

I need to finish the Thursday Group project today ... I have little Christmas tea light houses for them to make and Pat is preparing Christmas wreaths for them to make too.

Have a lovely day

~ Ros ~




Tuesday, November 25, 2014

City Crafter 239

Hello ... Happy Tuesday!

The lovely Charlene is hosting our challenge this week at City Crafter


Does the photo give you any clues as to what this challenge is?
Well, this week the challenge is Techniques

Charlene is asking that we create a card or project using our favourite technique and tell us on your post what technique you used ... Isn't that a fabulous challenge!

There are so many techniques that I love to use but one of my all time favourites is the Inlaid Die Technique which I used on my card


Why I picked this die I'll never know ... I love the die but didn't realised just how many tiny pieces there were to 'fit back' into the spaces


 It was worth it in the end ... I love the effect and it always keeps the recipient guessing "how did she do that?" Lol!


Our Guest Designer this week is Ger Janne - winner of week 233 - If you click This link it will take you to the card she made that week and the wonderful technique used - One I've yet to try
I can't wait to see what she comes up with this week and what the rest of the team have in store for us, so I'm off over to the City Crafter Blog - You're welcome to join me

Have a lovely day 

Hugs 

~ Ros ~


Monday, November 24, 2014

Wasps and Penguins

Hello!

Well I'm glad the weekend is over ... Boy what a day Saturday was ... It started off ok ... I prepared the roast, did the baking, cleaned the house and did the laundry and spent a few hours with my friend Beryl ... After Beryl left Pat came over to help me hand cut a lot of things for my Thursday Group this week ... I thought we'd have a nice relaxing time chatting and cutting together ... WRONG!

I set up the Cameo to cut some holly leaves for Pat ... The new blade I'd put in just kept on unscrewing itself every time I tried to cut ... It chewed the paper and created havoc ... Several attempts later I gave up and put an old blade in. In the course of this somehow a wasp got in to my room - I know! Who knew they'd still be around in November? Well, I tried unsuccessfully to get it out when the lights fused and there we were in the dark with an angry wasp on the loose.
Eventually I fixed the lights and got the wasp out only to find another one around ... Now all this time Pat carried on cutting away not a bit fazed until suddenly the wasp swooped down on her and stung her arm!
Suffice to say that we didn't eat dinner till 8pm and I was soooo glad to get to bed that night!

Yesterday was a whole lot calmer and I took a little time to make another Christmas card ... It's those Pink Petticoat penguins again with some new purchases the stitched rectangles dies and the stitched stars dies by Lil' Inkers


I also got the little banner die too - all these are available at Make The Day Special Store for my UK friends...


In case your wondering about that 'snow' ... Well, it's not a stencil, it's this stuff


Snow writer by DecoArt which I've had for the longest time and cost me a whole


It's still available and probably about £2.50 now but still worth it


I'm entering this card at Catered Crop where there is an "Anything Goes" challenge


Have a lovely week my friends ...
I'll be back tomorrow for the City Crafter Challenge ... 

Thanks for looking in on me 

~ Ros ~





Sunday, November 23, 2014

Our Beautiful World

Hello ...
I hope you are enjoying your weekend 

Today at Our Beautiful World we have a new prompt ... chosen for us by Manuela
The prompt is Typical November

Well typically here in the UK like the rest of you I suspect, the Christmas season is upon us ... Every shop is heaving with shoppers and decorations are everywhere


... even in the trees and as it get dark here by 5pm it's a pretty sight for the shoppers


Whilst at home the garden is full of colour believe it or not ... I don't mean with flowers, but the with last glow of Autumn leaves against the evergreen Laurel and the pyracantha laden with bright orange berries


... together with the holly displaying her not so abundant berries of red


It's not as cold as most Novembers have been and certainly not as frosty 
 If I were to describe a Typical November in one photo this would be it for me


What's your Typical November like? We'd love to see 
Share it with us at 


Have a lovely day

~ Ros ~




Saturday, November 22, 2014

More Balloons

Hello 
I hope you are all well ... 
For my friends across the pond that are experiencing bad weather please be safe - my thoughts are with you 
My SIL flew out to Memphis last Wednesday and will be visiting Atlanta and a few other places this week - she was deciding what clothes to take - I'm sure she'll be ok

Tomorrow is my husband's DIL's birthday so I made a card featuring those balloons again ... they are so easy when you need a quick card


I partially cut the circle and then laid the balloon die over the place I didn't cut - ran it through my BigShot and partially cut that too which gave me a base to adhere another large balloon on top


The balloons were cut from a scrap of CS that I previously had splattered with gold paint so I followed through with some gold splatters on the which BG


My day isn't going to have enough hours in it ... I've some new goodies to play with, a club project to organise and a friend coming ... Not to mention cooking a roast dinner for this evening - at least my baking is started...

Enjoy your day and thanks for looking in

Till soon

~ Ros ~



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