Last three lemoncraft Yuletide today..

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_MG_9680_MG_9682_MG_9684Today we say farewell to my Lemoncraft Paper makes, and these three are made in the same way as the cards on the previous post. I have used a lot of the molds that I made on these cards, and I painted them with prima alchemy paints. I have been busy finishing off my January classes, and they are done now so I have a little window of time to do some ” me ” crafting, and I am thinking wedding cards,I have some new stamps and dies to try out  although you know these plans could go out the window when I actually sit down to craft! Til tomorrow….

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Pink paisley London market papers

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A very quick post tonight as I should be cooking tea – This is one of my favourite cards because I love the vintage feel of it. The paper is pink Paisley London market, and the crown is from a packet of matching emphemera.Cardstock is stampin up crumbcake and very vanilla, as is the folded ribbon and the sentiment, and I added lace flowers and bling. There is an interesting border punch used on this card and I can’t for the life of me remember where I punched this out – I know I don’t own it, but wish I did!As soon as I have cooked tea I am off into the craft room to see if it’s one of my dies, and if so put it in a prominent place to be used again and again!Til tomorrow….

Vintage bits and pieces

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This is a card I made with Melissa Francis C’est La Vie paper, and bits and pieces lying around on my craft table.I used stampin Up blushing Bride cardstock, and some scrap lace, twill tape,hat pin,flowers and a doily I crocheted myself ( don’t look too closely!)I am not sure where the image and bunting come from – as I said lying on my craft table!Quick post tonight as it’s shopping night – til tomorrow…

Some stamping fun..

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Now and again when I have a bit of time I like to get out all my stamps and inks and just see what happens and this is the result from the other day. I used stampin Up cardstock – early espresso, blushing bride and very vanilla, and some lace and ribbon, then went to town with the stamps from my Established Elegance set ( Stampin Up)I think I used all the stamps in this set – oh except for the typewriter stamp.. that was used on another card which I will show tomorrow. The papers are from Stampin Up Attic boutique.Very wet and cold day here in Adelaide. Its a heater night tonight! Til tomorrow….

Vintage Anniversary

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This is a weddding anniversary card that I made for my market box. I used my new Cheery Lyn Polynesian Sails Oval die, which I like, but found I had to use my metal plate with it to get the delicate cuts, although that could be my cuttlebug, as it is the first major item I bought when I started cardmaking, and I use it on almost every card I make and I think the rollers are a bit loose. The papers I used here are from Melissa Francis C’est La Vie range and I just added a little ribbon and lace. I bent over yesterday, and my back decided that it liked that position and I couldn’t straighten up so I have been in a fair bit of pain, and no cardmaking has been happening. I have given myself a stern talking to, and it is a little better so I might be able to sit in the card room tonight.. Til tomorrow….

New dies to paly with…

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I saw these two dies – memory box rounded fence and wrought iron gate, and couldn’t resist them! I have teamed them with a couple of spellbinders dies – Picot edge cirle and a label die, and a Stampin Up sentiment stamp from the perfectly penned set. I just added some lace, one of my hand crocheted doilies, and a bought flower although next time I will make my own! The paper is from a 6″ paper pad by melissa francis called Cest La vie. I sponged all the edges with Tim Holtz spun Sugar ink. No cardmaking tonight as its shopping night – Til tomorrow….

Vintage card with dress form die

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IThe vintage style is a favourite of mine and here I have combined it with my new spellbinders dress form die. The paper is Melissa Francis C’est La Vie and I also used my cuttlebug to cut a spellbinders labels 14 die, and memory box dies – Amana circle and meadow leaf. I crocheted the doily ( I am no crocheter so don’t look too closely!) and I added a flower and beaded hat pin to finish.I covered the dress form with a little curtain remnant, and added some liquid pearls for a necklace.I am hoping to spend a little time in the craft room tonight, it has been a busy weekend with not much crafting done, so the ideas are backing up!Til tomorrow….