Flame colours take 2

Another double act today and a variation on yesterday’s post using flame colours. Once again I will be sharing both of these over at Sunday Stampers for this week’s challenge. Once again I’ve used distress inks for the background – … Continue reading

Melt Pot Marvels

I had a very happy day yesterday at my Hels Sheridan Melt Pot workshop at Art From The Heart in Harrogate. Hels is a brilliant teacher who instils confidence and packs her workshop full of techniques, she’s also very generous … Continue reading

Faux Book

As you know, I live on a permanent countdown to Christmas (259 days, if you’re interested!) however this week I am also counting down the days until my Hels Sheridan workshop. Just 3 more sleeps (eek!) and I’ll be packing … Continue reading

Tag twosome

I have a couple more tags to share with you today, both of which fit very nicely with Sunday Stampers brown theme. First up is another of my Gecko Galz DT pieces that showcases this months free paper. Be sure … Continue reading

Down with the brown

Before I show you today’s project, let me tell you about tomorrow. The organisation I work for is holding its annual Cookathon. This is when we try, through our cooking clubs, to get as many people as possible to cook on the … Continue reading

Dream house

If I tell you that this week’s celebratory challenge over at Sunday Stampers has the theme of “dream,” I’d lay odds on that, without even peeking,  you could name at least two elements of my project. Butterflies – tick, Darkroom … Continue reading

Pearls, lace and a touch of glamour

Challenge #4 over at Craft Hoarders Anonymous is “Sparkle, glitz or glam” and, not for the first time this year I have gone for a subtle sparkle rather than my full on glittery bling thing. This started life as a … Continue reading

Using up leftovers

This week I have been working on my Gecko Galz DT samples using the products that will be released next month. You’ll have to wait until then to see exactly what I’ve been up to but here’s a little something … Continue reading