Mothers Day Card and Gift

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Mothers Day – Gift and Card

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For Mothers Day this year, in addition to the usual shower gel, I decided to give my mother some Crystal Art wall decal butterflies as well as some other butterflies, and decided to keep the theme by using butterflies for her card as well.

CRAFTING
What I Did

I have a box with several crystal art butterflies ready to attach the crystals.  I made up 3 and sealed them before giving them to Mam.  They now decorate the wall opposite Mam’s bed, with one on her window, for her to have something cheerfull to look at. I also put up some other types of butterflies for her.

For her card I used an 8″ square card base, attached a piece of cardstock as a background and used some sticky back lace to create a sort of frame.  I used some Forever flowerz layers thatI had left from my big Flower makeing marathon before Christmas that I stuck to the card. I then added sticky back gems to the middle of the flowers.  I added a peel-off greeting “Sul Y Mamau Hapus” – Welsh for Happy Mother’s Sunday – and then added small butterflies from my crafting sash.

It was 3 larger versions of the same type of butterflies I put on Mam’s wall with the crystalart ones

Finished Items

Crystal Art Butterflies

Butterfly Card

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I have several bits of different crafting on the go at the moment, so keep an eye out for them over the next few weeks.

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Christmas Cards – D

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Christmas Cards – D

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CRAFTING

Only two cards this time, both made by recycling old cards.

What I Did

I cut the fronts off a couple of old Christmas cards and cut them to the size required.

I used 6″ square base cards that came with a pre foiled border and put plain inserts with just a greeting inside.

I used foam tape to attach the toppers, and fingerlift tape to attach the inserts.

Finished Items

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Christmas Cards – C

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Christmas Cards – C

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CRAFTING

In this blog post I have another batch of 6 Christmas cards with wintery scenes to show you. They are made with the same 6 images as in my last post, but made yp slightly differently.

What I Did

I used some square toppers that have artwork by Pollyanna Pickering on them.

I used 6″ square craft card base cards and put plain inserts with just a greeting inside.

For these cards I didn’t use lace as in the previous batch, but I added some “snow” texture over some of the slow areas on each topper for a slightly different look and feel.

I used foam tape to attach the toppers, and fingerlift tape to attach the inserts.

Finished Items

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Christmas Cards – B

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Christmas Cards – B

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CRAFTING

In this blog post I have another batch of 6 Christmas cards to show you. This time with wintery scenes with animals in them.

What I Did

I used some square toppers that have artwork by Pollyanna Pickering on them.

I used 6″ square craft card base cards and put plain inserts with just a greeting inside.

I added some lace that came already sticky backed on a roll.

I used foam tape to attach the toppers, and fingerlift tape to attach the inserts.

Finished Items

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Christmas Cards 2021 – A

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 Christmas Cards – A – Nativity

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Today I have the first of several batches of Chrixtmas cards I have made this year to show you.

CRAFTING
What I Did

This btch of cards were all made using this year’s Hunkydory Nativity themed collection.  Some are made using cardstock from within the collection and for others I’ve used other base cards of one type or another from my crafting stash. I have used foam tape to give some dimension, as well as fingerlift tape to attach the toppers.

I have inserted an insert into each. Some match the toppers and some are plain with just a greeting.

Finished Items

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Mothers Day Card

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A Card For My Mother On Mothers Day

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As well as using an image from a kit I’d bought (Bree Merrin I think), I used flower layers and leaves from a Forever Flowerz kit for my mother’s card this year.

Blue is her favourite colour so I chose a blue tit image and used blue and yellow papers for the background.

CRAFTING
Finished Items

Here’s the finished card.

A look at the card from one angle

And from another angle.

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Cards As Gifts – B

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Cards As Gifts – 2nd Batch

As I said in my last post – here – I can’t do anything much to help anybody during this COVID-19 pandemic, but I did decide to help out a few friends and family members by makeing some cards and then sending them to a few so that they had something in the house to send to people while they could not go out to shop for cards or go and visit people in person to give them birthday good wishes.

I also explained why I chose the theme I did for the cards I’m gifting.

What I Did

Have a look at my previous post – here – if you’ve not already read about what I did to create the cards.

What I Used
Finished Cards

These are not in batches as they will be sent out, just as they were made and photographed.

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A Z fold card with two photos taken when it was opened a different amount

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One of the concept cards in the collection.  For this one I haven’t stuck on any greeting panel.

The back of these special cards have a panel where a greeting can be written.

This is the simple insert that’s inside the Welsh cards.  The English ones have greetings from the collection stuck inside on the insert as well.

The cards have now started to be delivered.

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Mother’s Day Card

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A Mother’s Day Card

I was asked to make a mother’s day card at short notice for the boss of our carers.  Not large and blingy this time, just nice.  This is what I came up with.

What I Did

I started by using Canvas to lay out a suitable greeting and chose a rose image that is supplied with the software as well.

I set these to foil on my Scan’n’Cut while I set out an insert in Publisher and printed it.

I then coloured in the rose with alcohol markers before cutting it out.  I used a trimmer to cut out the greeting before rounding the corners with a punch and then matting it directly onto a maroon cardstock. This was cut to leave a border of around 1cm and again the corners were rounded.

I scored and folded in half a sheet of red cardstock before I attached the matted topper using foam tape.

I then placed several corner foiled stickers (may be old Glitter Girls ones, I’m not sure as I’ve had the pack for years) in the card corners and top and bottom of the matted greeting.

I stuck on the rose to go over the edge of the matted greeting and onto the base card using glue.

What I Used
  • A4 Adorable Scoreable Cardstock – Red and Maroon
  • Scoreboard
  • Corner Punch
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Scan’n’Cut
  • Brother Canvas
  • We’R’Memory Keepers Foiling Quill
  • Heat Activated Foil
  • A4 sheet of Perlescent Paper
  • A4 sheet of White Paper
  • MS Publisher
  • Scissors
  • Fingerlift Tape
  • Foam Tape
  • Corner Foiled Peeloffs
  • Hunkydory Alcohol Markers
  • Bookbinding Glue
Finished Card

Here’s the finished card photographed from several angles.

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100th Birthday Card

100th  Birthday Card

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One of the other clients of the carers we have was celabrating her 100th birthday and the boss asked me to make her a card to send (don’t know who or any more details than that as the carers are always very proffesional and don’t talk about other client’s details) – I guess I might find out if the 100th birthday gets mentioned in the Tivy Side.

What I Did

I scored and folded in half a sheet of pink cardstock to make the base card. I used a corner rounder punch to round the bottom corners of the card.

I set up the greeting in the Canvas workspace and foiled it onto pearlescent paper using my Scan’N’Cut.

The foiled greeting was then trimed and the corners rounded before being stuck to pink cardstock, trimmed to leave a border and again the corners rounded.

I cut a rectangle of blue cardstock at a size that would leave a border of around 1cm all round from the size of the matted greeting.  I again rounded the corners of this layer.

The layer was stuck directly to the card front and then the matted greeting was stuck to the blue mat using foam tape.

I took a flower punch and punched out a lot of flowers from pink vellum.  These were slightly shaped and then stuck two togetherf so that the petals were interspaced.  Once the two layers had dried I stuck the flowers in a random pattern around the left, bottom, corner of the card.  I finished off by putting dots of green Nuvo drops in each flower centre and drops of pink Nuvo drops in between the flowers.

What I Used
Finished Card

Several different angled photos of card to try andshow the detail and the foiled greeting.

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My current bad health issues, on top of my usual health problems, mean that I haven’t been crafting as much as usual lately, but I do have a small number of projects on the go.  You should find some more posts about these makes popping up here on my blog before the end of the month.

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2nd Silver Anniversary Card

2nd Welsh Silver Anniversary Card

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A few weeks ago I showed you a silver anniversary card I’d been asked to make by one of our carers for her parents (you can see it here!).  Her mother also being a carer with the same company – Gofal Cymru.

Well the company boss had also asked me to make a card for her to give as well.  Her request was for a special card, though not as ornate and dimensional as the one the daughter had asked for.  The boss also wanted space to be left for a photo of the two cellebrating their anniversary to be added.

What I Did

I again made this an A4 card (A3 cardstock scored and folded in half), but the toppers are only raised very little and the card fitted into a standard C4 envelope.

As a space was needed for a photo to be added I once again went for the oval Kanban Love and Lace dies, this time also using some of the images that went with them for the main image.

When I showed you the previous card – here – I told you that I had an use for the pink paper that was the result of me spraying the white flowers with a pinkish spray.  Well this was the card I used it on.  I cut two strips from it and stuck them down the card near to both sides.

I chose to use a floral image, which I die cut, and added some die cut mats and layers, as the central image.  Some layers were stuck flat and some with foam tape.

I used the foiling quill in my Scan’N’Cut to foil a greetings “Penblwydd Priodas Arian Hapus” (Welsh for Happy Silver Wedding Anniversary) twice and the number 25 repetedly onto pearlescent paper.

The greeting was cut out using the smallest oval from the set, once portrait for the outside and once landscape for the insert.

I used another die and cardstock from the collection to make a mat for the image as well as a separate mat to go behind the photo.

The row of ’25’ was cut as a paper ribbon and stuck down at either end near the top of the card, leaving it bow a bit in the middle.

I added some silver sticky back “gems” as embelishments, though the person who asked me to make it said that they had a habit of popping off, so I’ll have to be careful to add some extra glue if I ever use some more of them, perhaps a drop of superglue.

The person who’d asked me to make the card took the card away before the photo was stuck on, though she did bring it back with a suitable photo for me to use the same die as the greeting to cut the photo to size before sticking it on.  Unfortunately I didn’t remember to take a photo of it with the photo in place.

What I Used
  • A3 Sheet Centura Pearl Cardstock
  • Score Board
  • Paper Cutter
  • Kanban Love and Lace Square Dies And Matching Cardstock and Background Cardstock
  • Scan’N’Cut C700
  • We’R’Memory Keepers Foiling Quill
  • Silver Foil
  • Silver Mirror Card
  • Pearlescent Heavyweight Paper
  • Fingerlift Tape
  • Sticky Back Silver Gems
  • Double Sided Foam Tape
The Finished Card

This is the matted background cardstock with the foiled greeting added.

These are photos of the finished card from several different angles.

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I have a few more bits of crafting that I’ve finished over February and March that I haven’t shown you yet, so keep an eye out for those.  Hopefully the antibiotics I’m on will clear the infection in my damaged leg and I’ll feel more like tackling a few projects I’ve got on the go before long, so I’ll then have even more to show you.

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You should find a box at the bottom of each post where you can leave a Comment if you feel like it.
(If you can't see the comment box then there should be a link that says "Comments" or "Leave a Reply" and clicking on that will bring up the box.) Due to problems with Spam/advertising posts, I now moderate all comments before they go live. Genuine comments will go live when I’ve checked through the list – usually a couple of times a day.
Notice: I’m sure you are already aware that any comments and details you  leave will be stored on the system, and those that go through moderation will be visible to the public.  You may be given the option for the system to store your details so that  you don’t have to fill in all your info each time you want to leave a comment - if you choose to accept this option then cookies will be used for this.  Cookies might also be used by the system for logging visitor and return visitor numbers as well.