Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Twelve Month Challenge Winner

Twelve Month Challenge Winner

Morning all!

Are you excited for the first
winner's day of 2017?

Well let's get to it............

There were nineteen entries

and as ever the numbers were
given to the Random Generator

who clicked, whirred, buzzed

and chose.......

...................No 11

Congratulations Sylvie!

Please email me at
so I can send you your prize

Thank you to everyone who
entered and allowed me to
visit with them through
the month

'Till tomorrow

Mickie xx

Sunday, 22 January 2017



Hi - hope you had a super day
and are enjoying a peaceful evening

I've popped on quickly to show
you a great project by Helen Chilton
that starts us off in her new for 2017
Kit and Kaboodle Club which meets
on the last Saturday of the month at
Lingfield Community Centre

This is what we shall be doing:


You'll be pleased to know that there's
no electrician wiring involved here -
we're using a battery operated 
string of LED lights

Helen's classes are always friendly, 
fun filled sessions too so why
not come and join us and
lighten up a winter's day!

For more information
just click here

'Till Tuesday then

Mickie xx

Saturday, 21 January 2017



Hallo, nice to see you

Have a card today from
Karen Gist, who's theme
is new baby

Take a look:

I have chosen to make a new baby card as a close friend 
is having a baby boy soon!

Card-I-O stamps are lovely to use in building up a picture. 
They are small and detailed and a brilliant addition to your stamp collection. 

Versamagic inks are chalky so you can get a very delicate feel to your project, though it is harder to photograph!

Firstly I made a background on white card. 
I dabbed some ink onto my craftmat and sprtized with water, 
then swiped the paper over it. 

Because of the nature of the ink you get a lovely soft marble effect.

I cut a circular aperture out of the centre of a square white card blank.
Then I set to with the stamps using the branch from the Oriental Blossom set first stamped with Aquatic Splash and Wheat. 

Then I added a few flowers using Aegean Blue and butterflies 
and leaves using Wheat.

 From the Pitter Patter set I stamped the hearts in Perfect Plumeria

From the Pitter Patter set stamp the babygro in Wheat 

and the rabbits (how cute are they?) in Aegean Blue. 

When they are dry add the teensy clothes pegs in the blue 
and Perfect Plumeria as shown. 

I also 2nd stamped the hearts onto the babygro. 

When dry cut out and glue the pegs to a piece of cord.

Make two holes either side of the aperture and tie the cord in place
 so that it looks like a clothes line. 

Attach some of the marbled card to the inside back of the card. 

Stamp a sentiment onto it so that it shows just below the babygro. 

Add some dots of stickles to add a bit of sparkle.


Thank you Karen - such a cute card

Be good to have a small stock
of these in different colours

'Till tomorrow - stay warm

Mickie xx