Dina's made me re-embrace my inky side and I've had the UTEE out! After a class with her last weekend I had to play. The central image on these next 2 cards is made from layering chipboard, patterned paper, beads and UTEE (clear and a touch of silver).
The first card I made was triggered from this weeks Quixotic Challenge - leave it out, which was to use leaves on your project. This paper is covered in leaves :) Wouldn't it make a great Mother's Day Card?
This second card is for challenge 93 on the A Spoonful of Sugar Challenge Blog. This week their challenge was to use beads. There's beads inset into the UTEE - large ones and microbeads that you can't see on the photo.
Getting inky felt good after a long drive to and from the NEC today - loving the toll road. Contrary to popular belief I am not addicted to going to the NEC - it's just needs, must. I was there today to demonstrate at The Education Show. A very different group than our craft customers but a good day :)
This is just a place where I share my Ginger adventures and a little bit of my creativity. I love paper, glue and rubberstamps and I'm a card designer, demonstrator, feature writer, scrapbooker, mini-book maker and papercraft enthusiast, plus I have a fantastic full time job! I also love food, 1940's swing dancing and of course my lovely family and my fabulous friends.