Creating for your incredible Kids

Hi again ladies, I am showing you the amazing worj by Florence  from my Dt using Decoupage Technique and working with my "The Charming Children Illustrations":

Does anyone still do decoupage? I remember quite a few years ago it was popular. I quite enjoyed it but then found the intricate cutting out a bit of a bind. Now you are probably wondering where this is leading.

My (second hand) printer has been playing up and miss-printed a couple of images. So rather than waste the images, I thought I would use parts of them. That’s when it struck me, how well these images work for decoupage purposes. So easy to cut out. Perfect for anyone who suffers from dexterity problems.

I love this image.  It really takes me back to childhood times.
I printed the image off, cut it to size and masked the little girl off.  I then stamped (stamp from my own stash) some latin script over the masked little girl so that the text would show up behind her.I mat and layered some pretty papers and my printed image onto my base card. From the miss printed image sheet, I just cut away part of the little girl and the toys and just decoupaged them up using foam tape. I used a die to cut out the little letter tiles and attached them, again,  using foam tape. 

I made this card basically as per the card above.  I printed out and trimmed my main image.  I edged it with gold pen.  I cut out elements from a miss printed sheet and then decoupaged them.   You can see by the shaddows which parts of the image I have decoupaged.I used a rubber stamp from my craft stash to make the tab in the top right hand corner and just attached it using foam tape.
Charming Children Illustrations I - Click Image to Close

Charming Children Illustrations II - Click Image to Close


.......DO YOU LOVE PETS........ ?????????

It is a 100-year old children’s book that’s been turned into an app without losing any of its charm! What makes this app a standout is the art deco illustrations, along with the shoe-lace-style binding.

I asked to Catherine to work with my adorable sheet called "Punky Dunky & The Mouse" , and She did a stunning and original custom  "Cat Story Book", So unique, so funny, so sweetie , I love it . You can'  t miss it  CREATE YOUR OWN STORY BOOK.

Now let me tell you about the story of "Punky Dunk and the Mouse"... When I saw the images of the set at Nicecrane Designs I knew straight away what I was going to make with them : I have a friend who is as mad about cats as I am and I am sure she will love this little story book... And don't worry about the mouse : she is a smart cookie and nothing bad happens to her ! It's more than I can say about the mice Sukie brings us !!! Here is the little story book...

It was not easy to take a photo of the inside but this will give you an idea...

Recipe : Papers from Anna Griffin - Cat and Mouse : Dies from Joy Craft - Flowers : Dies from Crealies - Hessian ribbon from The Ribbon Girl.

Punky Dunk & Mouse - Click Image to Close


And.........if you are a True Artist , Then......


Working with my new "Punky Dunky And The Goldish DSL"

Watch The complete Sheet


Julia did these so sexy, elegant and all over colorful cards working with my Pin Ups,,,,woww,woww,woww, I am fallin in love with these unique sexy women...yeahhhhhhh...

I just joined the fabulous Design Team for Nicecrane Designs.
The images are scrumptious with wonderfully colored collage sheets and gorgeous digital stamp sets.

For my first project I used Colorful Pin Ups DSL(B/W):

The images are so beautiful and detailed. I just added a pop of color and a little sentiment.
Colorful Pin Ups DSL (B/W) - Click Image to Close


Thanks a million for these amazing projects,,,,and
you for stopping by in my blog.


downrightcrafty June 10, 2013 at 10:45 PM  

just love the inspiration adore both Wenche and Catherine my favourite places to visit each day and I always see your lovely images there
hugs Kate xx

Florence June 11, 2013 at 1:58 PM  

These are all such beautiful projects. Especially the baby themed ones.
Florence x

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