CUP Designer – Sheila Rodgers

On looking through my list of the cards I’ve uploaded to CUP, which appear on the page with the designer’s sheet that I used to create the card, I notice that I’ve used over 15 designs by Sheila Rodgers to make my cards. Here are a few of those cards with a link to the sheets appearing below.

1Turquoise Daisy 2Studious Mouse 3Fairy With Cats Wavy Edge 4Owls Pop Out Card 5Silhouette Dancers on Roses

  1. Turquoise Daisy
  2. Studious Mouse
  3. Fairy With Cats Wavy Edge
  4. Owls Pop Out Card
  5. Silhouette Dancers on Roses

1Pamper Yourself Twisted Pyramid 2Bird on Feeder Twisted Pyramid 3Stained Glass Angel Twisted Pyramid 4Yellow Rose Twisted Pyramid 5Relaxing Teenager Twisted Pyramid

  1. Pamper Yourself Twisted Pyramid
  2. Bird on Feeder Twisted Pyramid
  3. Stained Glass Angel Twisted Pyramid
  4. Yellow Rose Twisted Pyramid
  5. Relaxing Teenager Twisted Pyramid

The silhouette dancers is the most intricate to cut out.  You may notice that the last five are all Twisted Pyramid, so are all easy to cut out, but the images are totally different.  They are just a small example the cards I’ve made using this designer’s design sheets.

You can see this designer’s design sheets by clicking – here.

You can see more of the cards I’ve made using design sheets from CUP by clicking – here.

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2 Replies to “CUP Designer – Sheila Rodgers”

  1. Oh Gwyneth what a lovely surprise when I opened Facebook this morning! You can’t imagine how flattered I am to be featured on your blog! I’m so pleased you like my designs. I notice that you’ve made 5 twisted pyramids. I haven’t made any of these for ages but maybe I will make some new ones for Christmas.

    I’ve been trying my hand at making kits, but I’ve also done a lot of simple cut and fold cards lately as I’m aware that a lot of cardmakers make cards for school fairs etc at this time of year and these are very easy and quick if you need lots of cards in a hurry.

    This week I’ve also added some new Exploding Cards, which need to be printed onto paper, not card. There is no complicated cutting – they’re all straight lines, then you just fold the squares, following the instructions and you get a 3d card!

    Thanks again for featuring my cards Gwyneth.
    Hugs,
    Sheila.

  2. Hi Gwyneth
    What a great blog you have, brilliant I love the way you have grouped your cards by designer as well. Great work especially as you are a CUP cardmaker as well. Well done you. You already know I’m a fan of your work

    Lots of love
    Jennifer x x x