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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I’ve still got excess crafting equipment and consumables that I’m selling. (I know that some of my doublers arrived here because I bought an item, and then bought a batch of stuff that also included something I’d already bought.) You can see my listings on eBay – Here!

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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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Mother’s Day Card

A Mother’s Day Card

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It’s Mother’s Day, or Mothering Sunday as it is also called, so time to show you the card I made for my mother as she will have been given it by now.

Of course, I made a Welsh card, “Sul Y Mamau”, for my mother, and with no need to worry about postage I could make it dimensional.  It simply says MAM on the outside, and after taking the pictures I added a peel-off greeting inside.

What I Used
The Card

This is a head on view of the card.

This is a closer look at the punched out word MAM.

I used an insert from the pack inside.  It has a faint version of the flowers in the umbarella topper towards the bottom left.  I put a piece of the plain, white, card that had been cut from the back behind the recess to cover the X cut.

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I should be back with another post before long as I have some more projects on the go.  Please pop back to have a look.

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Makeing Quick Cards

Makeing Quick Cards

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This makeing quick cards post is aimed at both people who want to start, or have just started, cardmaking, and also at those who are more experienced and might be wanting something to look at when inpiration is needed, or even to point friends and relatives at if they express an interest in starting to make cards.

Often non-cardmakers say “I don’t know where to start”, “I don’t know what I need”, or “I don’t know what will go together”.

One of the simplest ways to start, and not have the worry of what will go together, is to buy a kit, or a magazine with a free kit.  This will not only give you the basics of what you need, but provide things that you know will work together, and usually inspiraition ideas of what you can make with the kit.

And these are also great for experienced cardmakers who have lost their mojo, need quick cards in a hurry, or who, like me, have health/disability issues that mean that sometimes all you are capable of doing is “quick and easy”.

I showed you in a previous post how very basic tools and consumables could be used to make cards to start with, and I’ll make posts in the future showing more crafting tools you can expand your crafting with, but this time I am keeping to quite simple tools again by just adding a scoreing tool to the equipment list.

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Video

I normally speed up bits of my crafting videos, but for this fideo I’ve not done any speeding up, and it still comes in at under 9 minutes.

You can see the English version of the video – Here!

Gallwch weld y fideo yma yn Gymraeg – Yma!

Items Used
  • Scoreboard – Hougie Board (if you don’t have a scoreboard then use the pencil and ruler method I showed in a previous video – Here!)
  • Scissors
  • Fingerlift Tape
  • 2mm Deep, Double Sided, Foam Tape
  • Hunkydory Box Magazine Cardmaking Collection Issue 7 (Any Hunkydory boxes are good because they usually have toppers with matching cardstock, inserts and backing papers in the collection, as well as things like stamps that you can expand your crafting with in the future when you are ready.  There are several other companies that make similar Box Magazine Cardmaking Collections – so pick one with images you like.)
Finished Creations

First one that is shown in the video :

As I used foam tape for the topper itself there is a little dimension on the card.  But you could just use double sided tape and stick it flat – which is good for postage.

The matching insert was placed inside.

The image is a mirror image of the one on the card front and matches the topper.

Another quick card made from the same collection –

This time I have added a Welsh “Penblwydd Hapus” (Happy Birthday) peeloff greeting on the outside but not yet on the inside.

The frameing element was put on with foam tape and the topper with fingerlift tape.

And a third, where I’ve scored and folded the card in a different place but still only added sticky stuff and peeloffs to the card making collection that is in the box.  The little flower peeloffs in the corner were “fillers” on the peeloff greetings sheet.

The frame came in two parts on the sheet but I’ve only used the outer one.

And this is what it looks like on the inside.

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I have several bits of different crafting projects on the go, including a shaker card made using more items from the same collection as these cards and a pouring cup ornament decoration or whatever they call them.  Hopefully I’ll have videos of me makeing them to show you if everything goes to plan.  Still a bit of work to do yet though.

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Two Floral Cards

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Final Chance For Giveaway and Two Floral Die Cuts Card

As I’ve been working on my next YouTube video, as well as not feeling very well lately, I hadn’t made many cards this last fortnight. So I thought it was about time I made some.

But before I tell you about the cards and show you the pictures, here is a final reminder of the giveaway I’ve been running throughout January.

Giveaway

In case you haven’t seen it already – I’ve managed to buy two of the same thing, so I’m giving one away.  Read about it at the bottom of my blog post – here.  Just leave a comment on that post that you would like to be entered into the draw for the giveaway.  One person who has commented will be drawn over the weekend to win the giveaway.

(Comments must be on the givaway post and be made before the end of January.

Two Floral Cards

I’d bought a Kanban kit (Cutterdies, The Love & Lace Collection) and thought it was about time to try using it.

It consisted of dies as well as cardstock to go with the dies.

In addition to what came in the collection I used the following from my stash – some sheets of 250gsm smooth white card; fingerlift tape; 2mm deep, double sided, foam tape; Dreamees Glue Pens; sheet 8″ x 16″ cream cardstock, scored and folded in half; Kanban Foil decorated 8″ square base card.

I die cut a couple of sheets from the collection, and also a few plain mats ftom white cardstock to go behind the layers.

After die cutting using my Crossover, I started sticking the layers together, some flat to the layer underneath and some raised from th mat beneath it.

And this is what the first card look likes.

And this an angle photo from the corner to try and show the dimension.

And here is the 2nd card.

And again a corner photo to try and show dimension.

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More Christmas Cards – A Bit Of A Variety

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More Christmas Cards With A Bit Of A Variety

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As anybody who has viewed my blog posts over the last few weeks will have seen, this year I decided to make up packs of Christmas cards, which I’ve been putting into cello bags with a bit of paper with the bag price and my details. These cards have mostly been quick and easy cards, around a half stuck completely with fingerlift tape to keep the dimension flat, with some using recycled cards as toppers.

But I have made some more dimensional cards, and some more ornate cards, which I’ve individually bagged and priced.

These most definately will not go through the UK post using a standard letter stamp.

This first one is a decoupaged one made using a Hunkydory decoupage sheet and layered using 2mm or 3mm deep foam tape.  I used a greeting banner, also stuck using foam tape, and some sticky back gems, to finish the card off.

I should have gone a bit at an angle for this close-up of the decoupage as the fact that it is heading on for an inch deep doesn’t show in this photo.

Here’s the card.  It has a matching insert with a peeloff greeting.

For this next card I used a Kanban 8″ square foiled border base card.

I used the Kit N Caboodle Circle Cutter to cut out the circle the image is sitting on as well as the white and silver circular frames.

The Nativity scene cuts were cut from silver mirror card using this year’s Tattered Lace Christmas Nativity dies.

I used my Brother ScanNCut to draw the greeting and the holly leaf cluster in glue onto parchment before I foiled them in silver.

I cut a strip of white cardstock the right size to go behind my greeting, cut the greeting a little longer than needed so that it could be wrapped around the card and attached with tape on the back, so that no glue would show on the front. Another, longer, piece of silver cardstock was cut out and trimmed at the ends.  I firstly glued the backing circle to my base card, then glued on the die cut Bethlehem scene. I glued the white frame circle onto the silver one before attaching them to the card front with 3mm deep shaker foam tape.  The same tape was also used to attach the layered greeting.  As it was a single element I just hand cut the holly, rather than getting the ScanNCut to do it, and used a dab of glue behind a berry to attach it to the card.  A dab of glue was used behind the star and the camel’s legs to attach them to the frame.

This photo is taken at a slight angle and gives a bit of a better view of the dimension.

The next one is another made using some items from Hunkydory.  This time one with a Nativity scene.

It is decoupaged and very dimensional, as I’ve tried to show with these photos.

And this is what it looks like from the front.

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So, that’s it for today – a small assortment of cards made up where a percentage of the money raised will go towards the work of our Sunday School.

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I’ll still have some more Christmas card posts to come from the batches I made during August, so please do pop back to have a look.

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(Thank you for reading this blog post. I hope you like what you’ve seen and read – You should find a box below where you can leave a comment if you feel like it but due to the fact that, like many I’m sure, I’ve had some problems with Spam/advertising posts that are absolutely nothing to do with the content of my blog, 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.) (Thank you to every body who’s left comments on my previous blog posts. I really do appreciate them all.)
If you can’t see the comment box then there should be a link that says “Responses” and clicking on that will bring up the box

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