These six packs of cards are my new designs of note cards. Apologies for the quality of the photo.
Here are all the note cards in more detail. For this first one, I used some paper that was a free gift from a magazine. These free papers are ideal for this sort of thing. I made a paper ribbon from black card stock and punched the tag from my new EK Success punch (a really useful one). The sentiment is stamped from a pack of clear stamps I have had for a while - not sure who they are by.
This next set is very Cath Kidston-esque! The papers were another free gift, but they are actually from Craftwork Cards. A bit too floral for me personally but ideal for this look.
I used up scraps from one of my all time favourite paper stacks - Making Memories Boho Chic. This nine square style is so easy to make, but very effective. I finished it off with some Prima flowers and a little bit of bling.
Another Cath Kidston inspired look, same papers as before. The scalloped edges are punched with my favourite Fiskars punches.
Again. more free papers and Fiskars scalloped punch. The daisy is a Martha Stewart punch which I haven't used nearly enough. The sentiment is from a Marion Emberson set of stamps. I added a touch of glitter glue in the centre of the flowers.
And finally, same as above really except that I added a couple of Petaloo flowers as a focal point. I think the sentiment is a Paula Pascual stamp.
These kept me busy for a while as I had to make five of each design. I have made matching notebooks which I will show you another day.
I did find time to go to the cinema to see the next instalment of the Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn Part 1. I had booked the tickets weeks ago because I wanted to see it the weekend it was released. It was a great film and now I can't wait for Part 2. I will probably have to read the books again soon (have lost count of how many times I have read them!).
I am definitely Team Edward - even before I saw Robert Pattinson in the role. Mark is very tolerant of my obsession thank goodness!
Well off to get back to the mundane jobs such as washing and ironing - the penance for yesterday I guess. Have fun!