Monday, 15 November 2010

Not much to say, but plenty of pics!

Hello all, I'm here at last. It's going to be a quickie though as I'm going mad making samples and prepping for a demo for Creative Expressions at Oxford on Saturday.  I don't know the address yet, all I know is its in a shopping centre area on the outskirts and the parking is free (big plus, lol).

A peek of one of the samples using one of the new Creative Expressions embossing folders.  I embossed the design onto acetate, then alcohol inked it and carefully added bronze glitter to the embossed areas. It was a bit of a labour of love, but worth it.  It does make quite an impact in real life. 
Polka Doodles News ; 
Blog Hop and oodles of candy - Make sure you check in on the Polka Doodles blog next Friday for news of the Polka Doodles Blog Hop - There are over £400 of goodies to give away to lots of lucky people and it's a hop with a difference!!  Be there or be square!!
 My DT cards from the last few weeks (sorry slapped wristies for me, been neglecting my duties again)!
As always they are all made from Polka Doodle products, I'm sorry I don't have time to list the individual products for you, but if you like the look of something leave me a comment and I will get back to you with the relevant info.

Magazine card sets for Making Cards November issue ;
The above was made with one of the Polka Doodles templates and the Crimbo rubber stamp plate.


Fliss said...

Hi Dee, glad to see you catching up at last cos it's great to be able to say how gorgeous all your stuff is.
Well done on the Making Cards too, I managed to find a copy on Saturday and can see why you're so busy with all that stuff in there.
Absolutely loving that Creative Expressions embossed acetate card - it's stunning!

Jenny said...

Now your box is wayyyyy better than my box! LOVE it! Seriously love your card made with the house template too. And a fab couple of speedy Xmas card ideas for me!

Anonymous said...

Sweet web site, I hadn’t come across before in my searches!Carry on the fantastic work!