First of all, I drew the winner of the cartridge by Random.org, carefully took a photo, and it's come out all blurry and unreadable. So I will just have to tell you that the winner is
Congratulations. Email me with your address and I will get it in the mail to you. If you didn't win, there is another draw starting later this week, this time for some great Polkadoodles products
On to today's card. The image is one I stamped at my craft group - I am pretty sure it's a
Sugar Nellie, coloured with promarkers. I added the little dog stamp. The nestie type shape is one I got at Olympia, by Nellie Snellen , pretty designs and they cost a fraction of the nestability dies.
I punched a half circle on the orange grid paper, and put a small button there as if to anchor it.
Border punch by Martha (notice I am on first name terms with Martha now, well I probably paid for her last luxury vacation, so I feel entitled to a bit of familiarity). The base card and sentiment by Craftwork Cards
Skin blush and soft peach
Hair buttercup and mustard
Clothes denim blue, powder blue, coral, sunkissed pink
Has anyone got any tips on the holy grail for papercrafters, the perfect paper trimmer? I have numerous smaller ones like the Fiskars blue one, and a making memories big one that hinges down the middle and opens out, but the grid is wearing off that, and the ruler guide has snapped a couple of times which is irritating in the middle of a project. I don't want a guillotine one, I would probably chop off my fingers. So if one of you has found the perfect, accurate EASY to use trimmer, I could do with a few tips. It must measure up to 12"