Saturday, 26 February 2011
Wednesday, 23 February 2011
Wednesday, 16 February 2011
#42 DoraWell done Dora, please email me with your postal details and I'll get the pins off to you. Thanks everyone for joining us in our 1st Birthday Blog Hop and please make sure you check the challenge blog for the winner.
This weeks theme is 'Paper Piecing' and we're being sponsored by Susie at Die Cut Dreams. The prize is a set of door hangers just waiting for you to decorate.
Here's my DT card.The image is from Sugar Nellie and is called 'Faith standing'. I've paper pieced her dress and hat with the same paper I've used as my BP which is from Pink Petticoat. The border punch is by EK Success and the flowers I made myself using a Tim Holtz die.
Sunday, 13 February 2011
Saturday, 12 February 2011
Wednesday, 9 February 2011
We’ve got prizes from Whiff of Joy and Letraset and some bead pins from me, for the lucky winner and also, all the DT girls have a little prize to give to someone leaving a comment on their blogs. The Blog Hop will end at 6 pm on Tuesday 15th February and the winners will be placed on the challenge blog, along with our next challenge, on Wednesday 16th February.
The pins the lucky winner receives, may differ from the ones shown in this picture, this is just to give you an idea of what they look like.
A close up of the image. This was actually my card to my hubby, it was his birthday last week, he runs a garage, so thought this image was perfect!..... lol.
For a chance to win, just leave me a comment and complete the hop around the DT blogs.
Here’s the sequence of DT blog, you need to hop around them in this order and leave your comment on each one.
Then go back to I ♥ ProMarkers and leave a picture of your project with Mr Linky.
Saturday, 5 February 2011
Thursday, 3 February 2011
Wednesday, 2 February 2011
Our sponsor for this one is the lovely Joanna Sheen,
and the prize is a £10 gifet voucher to spend in their online store, a good place for your ProMarkers, and of course lots of other great crafty bits.
I used my Grand Caliber to cut the shapes, I just love that machine and it's so nice to make shaped cards. The sentiment is from Sentiments 4 You
A close up of the image. I always find colouring with reds the most difficult of colours..... lol.