Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Cards for Project I Care

Been busy making cards for Project I Care.



Just what is this Project I Care?
Well, first a little backstory...

I helped my mother in law search for wigs and undergarments after she underwent a mastectomy and chemo. It was such a difficult time for her. Finding specialty items to help her feel better about her changing body was not easy. We found a great little store that catered just to breast cancer patients and survivors. Their kindness and help was wonderful. 

Jim, the Gentleman Crafter, had an amazing opportunity through his day job to organise a boutique for special items for breast cancer patients. All the proceeds go back to the Breast Cancer Center . 

Jim started Project I Care to ask crafters to make cards for the staff and volunteers at the Breast Cancer Center Boutique to send to store patrons to say thank you and encourage them.

If you would like more information about this project and find out how you can help, just go to this link on Jim's blog. Project I Care

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Birdsong card

Well, I know that Graphic 45's Birdsong paper line has been out a while, but we never really get tired of seeing it....right?

It has taken me a while to cut into these papers. LOL

I started with a base of the lady in the Kimono then layered a couple of frames on top. 

Next I added my branch cut file and then added small flowers.


Then I punched a few little butterflies, stamped on them, and added them to the card.
(you know me and tiny little details LOL) 


My niece, who loves Oriental art, was thrilled to receive it. Now that I have finally cut into the papers maybe I will feel freer to use the rest of them. LOL

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Scrapadabadoo Blog post Mica Flakes and LSG Sprays

Hello, I hope you are doing well today.
I have posted the details and a video showing this card on the Scrapadabadoo Blog today.
The cut file and pattern for the elk is available in my Etsy shop. The elk is part of a Wildlife set here.
Head over to the Scrapadabadoo Blog to find out more.