- Start with a punched or die-cut star and use a bone folder and moulding mat to score lines from each tip of the star to the center of the star.
- Now turn the star over and gently pinch along each score line to create definition.
- You can make the create the illusion of more depth by using a sponge dauber a emphasise the edges of the star and darken the score lines slightly.
- You can also add gems or pearls in the center of the star like I did in the card shown here.
Friday, 20 December 2013
Thursday, 12 December 2013
please send her a card to let her know that there are still people that care.
Mrs M Kotze
P O Box 480
Please share on your pages to encourage others to pray for her and lets
see how many cards she can get for Christmas to let her know she is thought of
and remembered and will always be.... It will really be appreciated
Thank you for reading this post and your prayers
Labels: Special Request
Wednesday, 4 December 2013
Tuesday, 3 December 2013
This year I actually managed to hand make all my Christmas Cards in less then two weeks. It is the first time since I started making cards 10 years ago that I will not be buying a single Christmas Card. This covers all the cards for my son's 30 Class mates, husbands collueges and family local and abroad, super wow and super affordable too.
This best about it all is that I managed to make it all with freebies (papers, stamps and Chipboard goodies) from various magazines, some Stephanie Barnard Framelit Flip-Its, a few Dimension Stamps stamp sets and card stock I already had, so super kind on my crafting budget as well.
|Papercraft Inspirations Magazine love this reader challenge entry and and it is going to feature it in their February issue|