Wednesday, 16 November 2011
WOYWW - Christmas cards!
I have had a busy day or two making a few Christmas cards.
Now, as you know, I am not really a card maker. I love textiles and find it really difficult to work with paper and card.
All my cards are designed with mostly fabric, lace, ribbons and stitching.
The old Cuttlebug came in handy for cutting fabric flowers (Thanks to Crafty Dawn). Annie and I both used it on funday Monday. I just hope she has time to make a few cards with the lovely flowers she cut out. (Life is very busy for her at the mo).
The other other idea I had was to create a Victorian robin
design using a transfer print on linen
of one of my little dumfed robin pics.
I was quite pleased with the result.
Neet asked me to show my robin card in close up.....
If you want to see more dumfing - follow this link to a few of April 2010 posts.
My table looks quite pretty doesn't it!
Just don't look at the window sill, shelves and under the table! I am such a messy worker. At one stage I had every unit in the kitchen covered too! There is so much stuff needed - guillotine, Cuttlebug, iron, sewing machines, card, glue, lace, buttons........... Now I know why I don't make too many cards!
Have a great day everyone and if you want to join in our mad WOYWW bloghop, then follow me to Julia's Stamping Ground and see what all the other crafty folk have been up to.