Welcome to my blog. I hope you find plenty of inspiration here. Nothing too fancy, no great skills required, just lots of cards, gifts and perhaps the odd bit of shopping.

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Saturday, 10 April 2010

Stamps happen number 4.

Here is the card made with the last of my Stamps Happen finds from hobbycraft.
The papers are from Clare Curds signature stack, i don't think i'll ever work my way through this massive pad! The flowers are made using a Clare Curd clear set.
The card base is a 6"x6" linen card.I felt it wasn't quite finished so i added a bit of doodling around the edges. This is not the first time this stamp has been inked up. I made this little gift set to go with my stepdaughters 21st birthday prezzie a while ago.
The instuctions for the little gift bag are here. The notepad was 19p from Wilkinsons.The card is 5"X5, you don't need an envelope.
Working till 1.30 today then off to the pub for a different kind of "artistry" lol. Good luck in the Grand National.    Di. xx


  1. Di,stunning,I love the way you make the lovely little gifts,I made one of the Milk Cartons you made for Easter last night,haven't posted it tonight but will do over the weekend.You'll be dead impressed as I can now link properly and altered my last weekends link to your blog. My fave card tonight though has to be the one with the touch of orange. Have a good weekend,Julie x

  2. morning di, wow stunning card, what a fantastic image and really love the colours and the fab sentiment.enjoy your liquid refreshment later.luv coops.xx

  3. hi di,have fun at the pub and i am loving your cards,x

  4. Beautiful card, love everything about it. Great colours and layout.

    Lynn x

  5. Beautiful card & gift set - gorgeous colours! Lisa x


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