About Me

Hello to all fellow bloggers i am Denise and i have been card making for a good few year's now and i have also done a small amount of scrapbooking . I am married to Robin who likes to get involved as well by printing out the verses for my cards, we have one son called shaun and we live in Nottinghamshire, i am a stay at home wife and mum who likes going out meeting other crafting people. The first time i did any crafting i went to a small craft shop called Kim's in blyth which is a village shop near where i live. Then i got into cricut crafting i tried to master it myself, but then found out that Samauel Taylor's at leed's ran a cricut lessons by Sue Hobb so i got the basic step's from her. Then started going to Ali crafts near Lincoln and i found a lady called Fiona who really does know what she is talking about when it comes to cricut and the design studio so it is to her who i owe big thanks to for getting me to the stage i am at with my crafting.

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Diamond wedding card that i made for my aunt and uncle was cut on wild card then at the back of the lace work i put glitter card and top it of with a decoupage from carft creation

This is one of my favourite cards, the card itself was cut using the wild card cartridge (dont you just love the shape) then i added cuddly buddly character and coloured her in with promarkers finishing with 3 flowrer cut from walk in my garden.

Well this is a first for me i have ever had to make a card for twins so i was very pleased to have just got the new arrivals cartridge i cut the storks out twice, once in plain white and again in card stock then trim the wings to give a 3d effect finished off by colouring in bits and bobs with promarkers

I made this card with new arrival's cartridge then ran the bottom half of the pram through the cuttlebug and finished of with a martha stewart punch for the boarder

Sunday, 2 May 2010

Please be patient with me as this is my first attempt at doing anything on a blog here goes !!!!
I made this winnie pooh card on the cricut and also used a martha stewart punch for the border top and bottom of the card.