Sunday, 21 July 2013

What have I got to use?

Well, my 'mega-stash' is now in storage in Abu Dhabi,
 packed and ready for instructions for our next port of call.

I was then onto my 'micro-stash' in the hotel - mainly my 'ideas' box containing scissors, glue dots, double sided tape, washi and a few embellishments, a few card blanks and a 6x6 pad...

I still managed to make a few cards - these were two:
The first one consisted of various layers of items that I had made for a tutorial for PPS Dubai
 using Hero Arts Dye Inks.

The second one was to illustrate a sketch, again for PPS Dubai.

This was the sketch:

and this was my card just using paper shapes, washi and a couple of flowers from Naif Street Souk.

I am now back in the UK and on to my 'mini-stash'!!
So far I have made these cards:
This was for a quickie 30 minute challenge - I think this took about 15...
The image is a 'Bugaboo' digi - 'beachbaby' coloured with Promarkers.

This one I made yesterday and I put it on Very quick card for a Digi Darla Challenge.

Finally this card is to submit to the Cards Galore 'Copy That' Challenge' 

I have used Delicious Doodles 'Butterfly Border' image (which I won recently!)

So...I am crafting again...what I miss most so far is the brilliant white glue (made in Korea) I used to use in Abu Dhabi - cannot find anything as good yet. So far they seem too wet...

Any way, will post again soon!
Happy Crafting!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for joining us at Cards Galore , "Copy that", challenge. Your version of Isobel's work is fabulous, well done! Denyse x


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