Friday, 26 June 2015
A little update on the house. This was a couple of days ago. Hopefully we will get one or two more pictures later this afternoon and see some more progress. I think windows will be going in next.
Looks rather alarmingly tiny when you see it like this, but I am sure it will be big enough to live in !!
This cute little present die on the front of the card is from the new Tonic Studios Christmas collection, but it could just as easily be a present for any occasion as shown here- so a really useful die to own.
I'm not a huge pink fan, but I do like this shade of pink paired with bright yellow. Nice and cheery don't you think?
Tonic dies used...
- Rococo Petite Die – Festive Gift – 1012e
- Layering Die – Camellia – 529e
- Layering Die – Deco Geometric – 526e
- Forever Floral Spring Bouquet Mould Set – 45e
- Forever Moments Clay – 559e
Hope you have a lovely weekend.
Tuesday, 23 June 2015
I made a wee decorative mini cushion using one of Tonic's latest dies. Everyone has given this stag a name, so I've decided he's called Stuart! I've cut him out of flock Tshirt vinyl then pressed him firmly with a hot dry iron onto the tartan. I cut Stuart out with my Big Shot and although it did take putting through a good few times, it cut fine in the end. (In the past I have cut tshirt vinyl easily with my Xcut Xpress...which stopped working a wee while back.)
I must put Stuart in my imaginary hunting lodge along with this...
Which I showed you back in this post.
Och well, I must be getting on with all ma wee jobs around the hoose.
Still waiting for summer here!
Have a nice day
Thursday, 18 June 2015
It was my mother's birthday yesterday. She is 83 years young. My older daughter made a delicious lime cake with a coconut cream frosting. It was totally delicious. I say was...it didn't last too long.
For a quick decoration on top of the cake I used Tonic Studios Happy Birthday die. I cut two from pearlised pink card, one on the reverse of the card, and glued them together with two cocktail sticks in between. It was all the decoration the already pretty cake needed. (We decided on 8 candles, one for each decade rather than trying to fit 83 candles on....might have been a bit of a fire hazard ! )
And here is the birthday girl cutting her cake. :-)
Have a nice day
Monday, 15 June 2015
I've rustled up a quick thankyou card with the latest dies that have dropped through my letterbox this morning. The lattice design of this Topnote trellis base die set is just gorgeous and I know I'll use them time and time again. The thankyou sentiment...also very useful. I have much to be thankful for, especially the friend who I had in mind when I made this card.
Why not let someone you love know that you appreciate them today.
Hope you have a lovely day.