Thursday, 26 July 2007

Couple of new bits and pieces

I absolutely ADORE my new Cuttle Bug embossing folders that I bought recently and have worked out that if you use the adaptor on your original Sizzix machine, you don't need to buy the Cuttle Bug, giving you more money to buy lush stash with - YAY!

The topper of wedding bells was given to me by my mum, so I don't know where they came from, sorry! I embossed the lilac paper and the white card with the D'vine Swirls folder. Matted the lilac onto some lovely irridescent card that I've got. The stamps are Rhonna Farrer (another current fave of mine!) The 'Best Wishes' stamp is from Penny Black.

The diary I've altered for a friend of Jacob and Freya's that they met on holiday in July last year and have kept in touch with ever since. Cara will be 13 on 12th August, so this will be winging it's way down to Cornwall for her birthday ready to be used when she goes back to school.

The diary itself came from The Work to which I've added tied ribbons to the spirals, silver ribbon and some felt flowers - simple but effective!


Flossie's Follies said...

What a lovely card, love the embossing, and the stamping over it is fantastic. Great card.

Gillian Hamilton said...

Hi Rosie, ooohh I love that wedding card, it is just Perfectly Beautiful!!!!

Angelnorth said...

Just trying to catch up on blog stuff - I've been very remiss lately! You've been doing some lovely stuff Rosie and having fun with those CB folders, I see.

Love your DCM pcoket and number cards especially and Cara is going to be so pleased with that diary - the flowers go so well with the cover colour.

Leigh said...

That'sa beautiful card Rosie, and the diary is fab too

Jules said...

The card is gorgeous, and I'm sure the diary will be well recieved too :o) Well done.

Clare said...

I've just discovered how to use the cuttlebug embossing folders in my old sizzix machine as well - they work really well don't they which is great as I thought I would need to buy a new machine!


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