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.

Friday, 8 February 2013


Hello again well i am trying very hard to keep blogging..This is not a full card it is just what you can see, as you can tell it is several ovals stacked up and the stamp used is a holly pond hill and coloured in with promarkers,the stand is a joy die and the ovals are spellbinders.I made it at jo channons class and gave it to fiona sewell a crafting friend of mine xx

Wednesday, 6 February 2013


Well here we go again (as the song goes) just a very quick card as i have not been feeling to good over the last few day's (ahhh i here you saying) i have had a very bad headache and been rather stuffed up..Anyway enough of that no to the card==the mock metal background was cut out on my cricut (paper lace 2) i cut it just under 6x6 so it gave me a small edge around the card...cut in dark blue and put on mirri card...The image is a digi stamp and i have coloured it with promarkers cut the oval out with a spellbinder and then drew around the outer edge to give me one a bit bigger.I  made this card for my cousin's son who will be 13 this month xx