Creating with Twelvetrees adorable picts & MB Attwell

Hi again ladies,,,,,I must tell you Katrine Vindfallet from my Dt was wortking with my latest adorable sheets to create sweet and unique vintage tags,,,,,,here you are watching the funny little policeman tag,,,,created by Katrine working with my " Sweet Twelvetrees Babies".....enjoy it........thanks again Katrine 
Comic Strip based on my Twelvetrees Characters (below)
Vintage Steampunk Tag by Katrine Vindfallet

Now take a look tomy compelete Twelvetrees Sheet:

Sweet Twelvetrees Babies CS - Click Image to Close

And now you can choose also the Digi Stamp Version:


Katrine also was working with onwe of my latest sheets called "Muse of Poets DSL,,,,to create this Victorian Vintage Tag,,,,OMG, I love her elegant style and these amazing ornaments  and flowers, It is a must-have for any Victorian Crafter.

Enjoy the complete sheet here:

Muse of Poets DSL - Click Image to Close


I must tell you all, now Florence from is now on my DT,,,,and she was working with one of my latest sheets,,,,,woww,woww,,,, I love her personal coloring style,,,,,,, and all details on all their cards,,,,I am sure you`ll enjoy these inspirational cards. Welcome to the Team Florence:

I am so excited I could burst. As most of you know I am a rubber stamper but last week I was introduced to the charming Ignacio Malino and his products at Nicecrane Designs . My head has definately been turned. They are the most exquisite digital images I have seen. I spent hours looking through ND’s online store and fell in love with the products to the extent that I said to Ignacio “Gi’z a job”! lol! So you can imagine how pleased and flattered I was when he said yes.I have not stopped crafting with these images (Ref The Charming of M – L.A. Attwell CS) since I purchased them. I just wanted to share a couple of the cards I made using these black and white images.
This is one of my favourite images….so far! I printed off the black and white image (never thought I would say those word) and coloured it in using some inks from my felt pens and a damp paint brush. I then just aged it slightly with some distressing ink.

I used some dies to make the flowers and leaves and just added a little D. ink around the edges to age them.

All that was left to do was to mat and layer all of the pieces.

Here is my second card off this particular digi sheet
Isn’t she such a darling! Again, all I have done to make this card, is print the image out, coloured it with ink and a paint brush. I stiched my image onto some green backing card. Again using dies I cut out the flower and leaves to make the floral embellishment.

I cut out some pretty papers and just mat and layered. I then added some buttons which I have attached using diamond glaze. Ok, before anyone tells me, I need to alter the tension on my sewing maching!! I was just too excited and having fun with these to start messing about with it.
Nicecrane Designs are based here in Cadiz in Southern Spain. To see the full range of their products please click HERE. Seriously grab a cup of coffee before you visit because there is so much eye candy to see. One tip I would like to share with you is that, when you are looking, if you see an image you like make a note of the category it is under (ie., the above image is under Famous Illustrators) and also the relevant page number. Makes life a lot easier when you go back to have another look at the image. This isn’t a complaint but there really are so many to choose from you will not be able to decide in one hit!!

You can also see Nicecrane Designs Blog HERE.
And Here is The complete sheet:
The Charming of M- L.Attwell DSL - Click Image to Close

Welcome on board to Florence

And all over Enjoy Playing


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