23 October 2016

Fright Night

I am really in love with this little journal page and I hope you like it too! I made it for Country View Crafts Challenges theme of All things Spooky.
I started by painting an even layer of Pewter paint on the page. I then added some black Infusions which gives a lovely grungy look. Then I stamped the small Book Cover as a spooky iron gate and then added the cobwebs, spider and sentiments from Emma Godfrey and the elements to my little chap who I painted in Halloween colours so he'd 'pop'.
Thank you, as always, for popping by and do join in with us this month - you could win a prize!

18 October 2016

All Dressed Up

For my project at Country View Crafts Projects I've embraced Halloween and created a journal page that can easily be converted into a card or even a Halloween invitation! I hope you'll pop over and see it!

1 October 2016

All things spooky!

Country View Crafts Challenges have a new theme this month... All things Spooky! I made a journal page chock full of PaperArtsy and Dylusions products. I do love green and purple together! We hope you jin in with us this month.

27 September 2016

Enjoy the journey

For my second Travel inspired project this month for Country View Crafts Challenges I inked a stamp I'd never used before - how can I have stamps I'd never inked?! More details are here.

20 September 2016

Admit One

I have been using Infusions again for my latest project for Country View Crafts Projects - please pop over and see how I did it!.

6 September 2016

She's a dreamer

I have a really simple, easy and colourful project over at Country View Crafts Projects today - I'd be thrilled if you popped over to see it in all it's finished glory!

1 September 2016

Journey for the Soul

I loved the idea of the theme of travel over at Country View Crafts Challenges this month, which is really open to interpretation and I decided to do something a little different first and think about travel as a personal journey and this page was born! Lots of Tim Holtz stamps came together to make this. The background is Beach Hut PaperArtsy paint mixed with water and then sprayed on the background.