Haven't had a play with felt for ages.. thought I would use the Tim Holtz Tattered Florals die to cut these lovely flower shapes and see how they would look as a brooch. Great excuse to get all the sewing stuff out!
Apart from a bit of knitting this has been a craft free zone! So much going on at the moment I've not had a minute.. and when I have tried to craft my mojo's disappeared (not good!). I have made one little tag though..
I really love it when a "different" kind of card pops up.. this was one.. the brief was "not a wedding, and not a new home..." well, I had the new home card in my head but wanted to play on it a bit.. so here we are with the message making the crazy paving path to the front door.. walking into a new life..
I realise something is missing. So after taking the pic I added a little love heart between the two names.. sets it off perfectly!
Well, I'm hooked on Tim Holtz, distressing and Frantage today!! Brilliant fun!
Carrying on the theme of the card below I've made some more.. some the same (which I've not photo'd) and these two.. variations. The christmas tree idea is inspired by a card made by Kath (see the give away offer below for a link).
All this chilly weather has got me in the christmas spirit! So I thought I would have a play with things that I've bought recently but not had a great deal of time to play with yet. And here it is.. using the gorgeous Tim Holtz Tattered Poinsettia die.
Loads of lovely products used on this..
I think I'll go and have some lunch now.. more time this afternoon to play some more!
Hello from Scotland. Thank you for you for visiting my blog! I'm Tracy, 49, I live in Bathgate, Scotland, with my husband, gorgeous daughter, three very spoiled and lazy cats, and one puppy. I love to craft, I've been hooked for about thirteen years or so now and my main passion is anything paper.. cards, scrabooking, etc.. I also love to make jewellery, do some wet and dry felting, knitting, cross stitch, soap, perfume and candle making, play with fimo and art clay.. and generally have fun! Luckily I share all of this with my daughter!