Sunday, 17 July 2016

Some more Samples for Be Creative

Here are some cards made with the Be Creative paper pads for Gordon and Justin's appearances on Hochanda a little while ago. For the first I used a Digi from Hero Arts (I also have this as a clear stamp and a red rubber wood mounted stamp, but the possibility of resizing the digi made it a must have as well!)  I coloured it with Be Creative alcohol markers, shaped it with spray 'm' boss, and mounted on a Nellie Snellen die cut. The border is a spellbinders die and the gems are also from Be Creative, coloured with an alcohol marker. I added some Be Creative glitter glue to the butterfly too.
For my second card I used a stamp from Inkylicious over some card washed with Distress inks and water. I added a skeleton leaf and popped them on the front of a card covered in paper from the Be Creative Nature's portrait pad.
My final card was made with the time flies pad and a Digi from Digistamp boutique, again coloured with alcohol markers. The sentiment was stamped then placed into the flattened bottle cap before mounting with 3d glue gel.All Be Creative products are available from Once Upon a Stamp. You can find their website here.
Sorry I haven't been in blog land much recently. There has been lots happening at work and Steve's Dad has been in hospital all week after a fall caused by very low blood pressure. He had a nasty knock to the head, but no broken bones, and after transferring him to another hospital he had a pacemaker fitted on Friday...not bad going for a 95 year old, and to be honest he seems more lively now than he has in months! He should be home by the middle of next week, but is still a bit wobbly walking.
I will leave you with a photo or two of our wildflower meadow in the allotment at work. So pleased it came into flower just as we were judged for the Nottingham in Bloom competition!






Thanks for looking! 

8 comments:

  1. Wonderful cards and photos. I especially like the card with butterfly. Great job.
    Have a lovely wekk.
    Valerija xx

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  2. Your butterfly card is absolutely gorgeous. Love it! Your card caught my attention on my dashboard feed.

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  3. Gorgeous cards Sally, especially the nature one. The photos of the wild flower garden are beautiful, the poppies are stunning.

    Sue xx

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  4. Ah! beautiful cards from you as always, I wouldn't expect anything else! If I had to choose one, maybe the first, or either of the other two, yep! they are ALL great.
    Love your nature garden it looks so pretty, hope you do well in the judging.
    Faith
    x

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  5. Hi Sally, fabulous cards, love the Nature on especially, and what a about those gorgeous flowers, the colours are fabulous.
    Poor Steve's dad, pleased he didn't do himself more damage, 95 gosh it's a wonderful age, hope he feels better soon, Kate x

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  6. Beautiful cards. The images matching beautifully with the papers.
    Lovely photo's!

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  7. Really beautiful cards. My favourite is the middle one. Great photos too, I love poppies. Pleased Stevens dad is ok, what a worry. Hugs X X X

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