Thursday, 21 February 2013

Stampin' Up! and electric sheep!

Don't you just love butterflies?  Stampin' Up! have a super punch, the elegant butterfly.  I just wanted some plain and simple cards and these have not taken that long to make.  I've just used old olive and soft suede cardstock, running the soft suede through the vintage wallpaper and honeycomb embossing folders.  I punched out some butterflies - leaving room to then punch these out using the circle, scalloped circle and a decorative label punches.  I found it easier to do the butterflies first and then the 'outsides' (trial and error!).

The sentiments are from the curly cute stamps and the ink is the new gumball green.

Elegant butterfly 127526 £14.25
Scallop circle 6cm - 118874 £15.50
Circle 6.4cm - 120906 £15.50
Decorative label 120907 £15.50
Vintage wallpaper embossing folder 120175 £7.50
Honeycomb embossing folder 129378 £7.50
Paper from the print poetry dsp stack 129312 £6.25
Gumball green ink 126861 £4.95
Curly cute stamps 120510 £13.95
Dimensionals foam pads 104430 £3.25
Stitched grosgrain ribbon, wild wasabi 126873 £4.50

I've started to read the next (not quite next but next in my scheme of things) book for the A300.  Having read a few books now for this course, I am looking at books in a different light.  Before this coruse, I would read a book, get stuck in and involved in the characters but now it's not only doing that but looking at the wider picture, the underlying story to the story itself.  So I will see what Philip K Dick has in store for me.  As you may know, the book was adapted into a film, Bladerunner. I've watched Bladerunner a few times and I love the film, I hope that I find the book as enthralling and now with a tweak of the braincells enjoy the book even more.  


Hope you have a good day, I'm back to the day job today so I hope I can find my desk!
May the crafting mojo be with you.

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