Thursday 27 August 2009

Just a few Cards.....

Not much going on at the mo, still moving stuff into the new craft room!!!

So i thought i would blog some cards over the next few days that i was too busy to blog before the school holidays!

This cupcake design was "borrowed" from my crafty friend Helen

This is one of my fave dies... it is a Sizzix Bigz XL Box die and i love it!

This was a special card for a lady at work whose Son was moving to America to get married. The flags are die cut and painstakingly pieced together then i cut them out in a heart shape with one of the new clear Sizzix dies. I was a little worried at first when she asked for interlinking flags but i was pleased with the outcome!

That is it for tonight folks, i have some more i will blog tomorrow though!

I am on a crafty day out tomorrow with Helen so will blog what i buy for you to nosey at!!

L xXx


Its All Fiddle Fart said...

Your photos are fantastic, sooooo professional! I love your angles and background. Brilliant

Lisa Bird said...

Thank you - Most of these pics were taken on our bed, as the bedroom has lots of natural sunlight, unlike my craft room and i just use a piece of cream mulberry paper as a backdrop!

Sarah said...

I love your cupcake cards - fab!
Hope the move and sorting is going well, bet you can't wait to get crafting again.

lega said...

I came to your blog from below

Hello My name is lega that is my nickname on the web. I live in Japan. My wife ,who is called non on the web, loves a variety of crafts I will show you her work Please see it Thanks.


Claire said...

Beautiful creations... love the little bag.

Claire said...

Beautiful creations... love the little bag.

Hazel said...

Lovely selection - you've been busy x

annmarie said...

Love the cards. Are the scalloped squares that make the background nestabilities and are they put on 6x6 card blanks?

If so, I need them! (and a Cuttlebug to cut them with!)

Lisa Bird said...

Hi annmarie, yes all the scallops are nestabilities dies in various sizes!! The card blanks are mainly 5x5 and they work perfect, would alos work great with 6x6 as you could use the bigger sizes of dies you get in the set too
If given the choice i would go for a bigshot as they are much much sturdier and can highly reccoment they are the cheapest i know of and with free postage to boot!