Friday, 15 December 2017
For our Christmas challenge - where I chose the Red-Green-Rust option -
I created a card with Tim Holtz holiday knit pattern and with rusty Christmas bells (also a TH design). I hope you like it, and if so, please visit my blog for more inspirations!
Happy crafting and joyful preparing for the holiday!
Wednesday, 13 December 2017
Hi, Miriam here again. Today I am sharing a Christmas card that I've made using new PaperArtsy JOFY stamps.
Pop over to my blog to see how I created this card.
Don't forget, there's plenty of time to join in with this month's challenge, so I hope that I have inspired you to do so.
Monday, 11 December 2017
Hello!! It's Teresa here again with my second Christmas project. This time I used the optional colour scheme of Red, Green and Rust on my tag.
You can find out how I created this, along with some more pictures over on my blog. Thanks for taking a look, I hope you join in the challenge with us this month.
Tuesday, 5 December 2017
Hello all, it´s Evelyn here today with my second project this month.
If you still need Christmas cards that can be sent by mail, I have a little inspiration for you.
More you can find on my blog. There are some more cards with the funny Santa!
Now I want to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
We´ll meet again next year!
Sunday, 3 December 2017
Hello Everyone Debs here and welcome to my post for this months challenge which is is a very non Christmas make from me, but very red green and Rust! When I chose the theme I wanted to give people options as I know not everyone likes to make Christmassy projects, so there’s no excuse this year, so get those entries in lol.
As always pop over to my blog to see how I made this, and
as I won’t be back here with another post until next year, I would like to wish you all a fabulous Christmas and a wonderful New Year.
Thank you all for your support, it has been a fabulous year.
Friday, 1 December 2017
Welcome everyone to our last Challenge for 2017
This month Debs has chosen the theme Christmas with the option of Reds, Greens & Rust
We would also like to introduce our new Design Team Member Teresa
Hello and welcome to my first post for the team!
This pretty vintage shrine is full of texture and sparkle. It would make a fabulous gift that could become an heirloom decoration. All the details and more photos can be found on my blog.
Good morning and happy Friday. It's not long now until the big day, and as we have a Christmas challenge, I though I would take the opportunity to make a few gift tags.
As always there are lots more pictures over on my blog, so please pop across and take a look, and bring the
mice mince pies with you. Have a very happy December, and I'll see you again later in the month.
Good morning all, the Advent time is opened!
For my first project for our December challenge I made a very vintage Christmas card.
If you want to know, how this one came together, please visit my blog.
It's official, it really does feel a lot like Christmas in blogland! For my first inspiration piece, I went all red & green with a touch of rust.
Come and see how I made this quick card on my blog. And don't worry no stamps have been hurt in its making.
Hello there! Its December already and if you haven't already started making things for Christmas now's your chance!!! I do hope you can join us! My card is made with Paperartsy stamps and there is more detail on my blog here.
Miriam here....I cannot believe it's December already!!
Here is my first project for the month
Pop over to my blog to see how I created this.
Enjoy the rest of the Christmas inspiration!
For our December challenge,
I created a card with a red and green holiday knit background and with a rusty reindeer.
If you want to know more about my card, please hop on my blog!
Thank you and happy crafting!
Good morning, wow we have arrived at the 1st day of December. I can start my countdown to Christmas, my favourite time of the year. I have used the optional theme of red/green/rust for my December makes. Both feature bells, to ring out the joy of this wonderful season of goodwill.
Today I am sharing this one, my Jingle Bells card.
I have a step by step of how I made this over on my blog here where a
glass of sherry warm welcome awaits. I wonder if Santa has got the sleigh out yet ready to jingle all the way! Are you ready?
Bye for now,
For this month's Christmas Challenge I have used non-traditional colours for an Art Journal page.
If you'd like to know how I made this then hop over to my BLOG where I explain all !
I'll see you soon with some more inspiration !
My favourite time of the year and wonderful Christmas projects from our Design Team. So it's over to you now, create your project and link it below with the chance to win a £20 voucher to use on the Country View Crafts website. Thanks to everyone who took up the Stencils challenge last month. There are lots of fantastic entries and the winner will be announced soon. Wishing You All a Very Happy Christmas
Thursday, 23 November 2017
Hello Everyone Debs here with my second post this month for our current Challenge Stencils chosen for us by the lovely Gabrielle.
I’ve only used 2 stencils on this large tag but I think it works. I hope you can join me on my blog where I share how I created
It and what materials I used.
Tuesday, 21 November 2017
welcome to my second inspiration project for the 'Stencil' challenge. I only used one of them but it is very effective I think. I wanted to show you how you can make a super quick birthday card with pattern paper and a stencil...
I have filmed the process if you want to see how I made it:
Or you can go via my BLOG.
Thank you so much for stopping by today !
Good morning peeps, it´s Evelyn here today with my second project for our challenge this month.
I really love to use stencils. The possibilities are nearly endless!
If you want to see, how this card came together, please hop over to my blog .
Thank you for your visit today - and don´t forget to join in with the fun and show us, what you did with your stencils!
Sunday, 19 November 2017
Hello crafters, Craftyfield here back for a second dose of inspiration for you!
Last time, I made a Travel themed journal page, this time.... still on the Travel theme but with a tag.
It wasn't part of a master plan, it's just what my inner crafter desired...
Come by my blog to find out how I made this tag. In true Mixed Media fashion, it involves lots of different mediums and techniques, including lots of stencilling of course!