I really enjoy making Bookmarks as a quick and easy gift, most people find them useful, even if it is only to use in your Stampin’ Up! catalogue!! 🙂
Yes, of course I have used Blendabilities to colour these flowers from the Bloom with Hope stamp set, and I am finding the more I used them, the quicker I get at the blending and colouring technique. These bookmarks also use the Scallop Tag Topper punch at the top, which is a little hard to see in the photo.
Here is a closer look at the colouring:
I also promised to share some photos of some of our recent adventures. We spent a day recently at Yarrongabilly Caves, which was a fantastic experience, and we all learnt a heap about caves and how they are formed. Well worth the trip if you end up in our area.
I took nearly 100 photos that day, so I won’t show you all of them!!
The scenery in the area is also quite spectacular!
Following our look through two of the caves, we decided to have a dip in the local thermal pool. Yes, it is the middle of winter here, and was around 2 degrees at the time (that’s Celcius, of course). However, the pool is thermal and maintains a temperature of somewhere around 27. We didn’t stay in for all that long, but it was heaps of fun.
Time for me to do some stamping. Hope you have a crafty weekend!
I have had such a busy week or so, and I promise that I will share some of what we have been doing, and not just stamping and crafting! We are just loving our new home and having heaps of fun exploring the area. Some photos will follow soon. 🙂
I made this set of cards as a thank you to a lovely hostess for all her work in getting a group of ladies organised for a morning of stamping recently, and have used the gorgeous new hostess set (available 1st July with the new catalogue) called Bloom with Hope. And of course I had to have another play with my Blendabilities!
The colours are not great as I was taking the photos at night. The cards are actually made with Whisper White Cardstock!
There are six cards in all, using different images from the stamp set and different colours of Blendabilities.
I have also used some pieces of a new stack of patterned papers called Moonlight DSP – gorgeous combination of colours!
We are having a bit of a joke at our house at the moment, my response to doing anything other than stamping involves me speaking like a petulant child and saying “but I want to colour in!” 🙂
Blendabilities are so much fun! Can’t take life too seriously. 🙂
And last but definitely not least…. Mr Pumpkin Head! Now, I know it is not Halloween, but it is winter here in Australia and we decided to have fun with a pumpkin and make a Jack o Lantern. Not bad for our first try. He looks fabulous all lit up at night.
If you live in Cooma, NSW or the surrounding area and would like to find out more about my stamping classes and parties, please feel free to contact me. Leave a comment, or send me an email and I’ll get back to you. And yes, I am still doing parties and classes in Canberra as well.
Hope you are having a crafty day!