Photo book

Morning, I've got a little something different to share with you today. Inspired by Neets from "Neet and crafty" I decided to order a photobook containing pictures of my cards. I like the idea of being able to flick through it for inspiration but also show it to other people so they can see what kinds of cards I can make. 



I only ordered it yesterday but while I wait for it to arrive I have a link to a digital version which I thought I'd let you see. All you need to do is click HERE.

I got mine with £15 off as a new customer AND got cashback through Quidco- you can click HERE if you'd like to make yourself one too. 

Thanks for stopping by today, 

Rebecca x


BOO!!!

Afternoon, I'm feeling a little better today but I still have a "migraine hangover", I'm sure I'll be feeling great by the time I go back to school next Monday!

Anyway,  onto today's card, It's another Halloween one- probably the last one of the season as it's Halloween tomorrow. I'm all stocked up with sweets just incase we have some trick or treaters.


I've used a Clearly Besotted ghost die and matching stamp, I die cut him three times and layered him up. He is cut out of the same white-gold, iridescent card as the background- it's really lovely and adds just a little more detail than a plan white card stock would. The "Boo" sentiment is from the same set too.

To add a pop of colour I've made a little banner using Doodlebug Halloween card stock which I've cute using some MFT mini pennant dies. I've attached these to a little piece of twine and I've also added a few Doodlebug sprinkles too. 

Thanks for stopping by, 

Rebecca x

Challenge inspiration:
CASology- ghost
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge- anything goes
ColourQ #265
Creative Inspirations- purple, orange and black




Newsprint snowflake

Hello, happy Wednesday! Even though it's been half term I've been struggling to get crafty things done with so many other jobs on my list, not to mention the terrible migraine I've been suffering with! Anyway, not to worry, here's a little Christmas card which I made for this weeks Less is more Challenge- use Newsprint. 



I n case you can't spot it the newsprint is on the MME paper that I've cut the snowflakes from (using a new Clearly Besotted die). The sentiment is also from Clearly Besotted.



Thanks for stopping by today, 

Rebecca x

Gingerbread Man

Hello, it's the first day of half term and I'm here with a little Christmas card made using gorgeous Craft Mojo products. 

I've used the MFT Blueprints 18 set die to cut the gorgeous paper from the Santa Express Doodlebug paper pad. I've then made this into a little pocket for my tag. The tag was cut using the Papersmooches stitched tag die. I also cut a narrow strip of some red, patterned Doodlebug paper to edge the pocket. The sentiment is from the Wplus9 Woodland Wreath stamp set- I really love the narrow typeface. 



Finally, I've stamped, coloured and cut the little gingerbread man and candy cane using the Papersmooches Giddy Gumdrops stamps and matching dies. Oh, I also added a little red ribbon bow to the top of the tag! Whilst this make a cute little card I think you could pop a little gift card into the pocket as well!

Thanks for stopping by today, 

Rebecca x 

Trick or Treat???

Evening, I've been busy tonight after doing some marking I managed to make my Halloween treats for the teachers and assistants in my department- I always like to make them a little gift for the end of each half term.



Here I've used a set of sizix banner dies along with some Clearly Besotted Halloween products. I really like how they've turned out, and once I got the initial design sorted it was quite quick and easy to make them in bulk!

Thanks for stopping buy today, 

Rebecca x

Challenge inspiration:
Shopping our stash- Halloween 
Paperback weekly challenge- Black, white and one (orange in this case)

Dino Sparkle

Morning, happy Monday and welcome to this week's Craft Mojo post! Today's card is a little bit different, I've gone spritzer crazy!!!




To make this card I've spritzed the base card using a Hero Arts Shadow ink in "pool". I also used the same spritz, decanted into a palette, to paint some colour onto the cute little Papersmooches dinosaur from the Party Pose stamp set. The image was stamped onto a stitched edge circle from a MFT Blueprints die set and matted onto some Doodlebug card cut using a MFT Pinking Edge Circle die.  


The bow was cut from Doodlebug Paper- Frosty Friends, using the MFT Dainty Bows die set and the sentiment is from the Party Pose set, stamped on an element from the MFT Blueprints 18 set. To finish I added some Doodlebug glitter sprinkles and a layer of Wink of Stella onto the dinosaur. 


I hope you've found a little bit of inspiration from my card!


Rebecca x


Challenge inspiration:

Papersmooches- anything goes (www.papersmoochesstamps.com)





Scary Spider!

Hello, gosh I can't believe how fats this week has flown by, but all in all I'm glad it's over! 

Today I'm sharing a card made with some lovely Clearly Besotted products- last week I was VERY lucky to win a gift voucher during their 2 year anniversary blog hop and today was the first day that I've managed to find some time to play with the new goodies I bought.



I've been busy making Halloween goodies for all the members of my department and this is a little card I've made to be given alongside. It's very simple really, I've only used one colour of ink too, the main thing I like about this card is that the spider is just "hanging" on the twine, h's not actually stuck down and I like that he can just a move a little in breeze!



Thanks for stoping by today!!

Rebecca x x x

Challenge Inspiration:
Simply Less is more- little creatures
Sweet Stamping Challenge- Halloween