This weekend I'm lucky enough to be visiting the Harper Household in Caversham, Reading. It means I get to sit at their dining table and craft with my lovely friend Jean and be fed and watered by her wonderful husband Richard and entertained by their fabulous son Nick.
Whilst Jean was busy scrapbooking the school theatre productions, I got on with some homework - articles for magazines. But once I'd finished that I had time to make a couple of cards.
This one was inspired by the sketch challenge at Totally Papercrafts. As soon as I saw the sketch I knew I wanted to make a card that opened at an unusual angle. The little birdie is stamped and then paper-pieced.
Then I decided to have some fun with some shaped easel cards. These were inspired by challenges at:
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.