Hi, I'm Noreen. Thank you for stopping by & looking at my blog. Thank you in advance for your much welcomed comments (if you wish to), I do appreciate you taking the time to do so.
I would be honoured if any of my work inspired you to try something similar, but please do not copy it directly. If you are inspired by my work, I would appreciate it if you could credit me by giving a link to my blog, thank you.
Papercrafting is a very absorbing pastime for me. I mainly make cards for my own purposes &; have also been asked to make a few commissioned cards &; my sister's wedding stationery.
I have recently started the engrossing pastime of scrapbooking, I know there are lots of photos I want to scrap :-)
I was just scrollling down through the Crafty Ribbons site & looked in on their blog, can you imagine my surprise (& initial confusion - I momentarily thought I must be on my blog, my brain must be truly addled today) when I saw that they had posted the photos of the 2 cards I had sent them!!!!!!! I made them with some ribbons I won the other day (& that's another story, as I'm not normally lucky, so hadn't looked at the list of winners - doh, that'll teach me!). Here is a link to the post on their blog, they have some great tutorials for using ribbon, it's well worth a visit.
I saw a post on Katharina's blog about a new release of WOJs, so ordered my first ones.
They are gorgeous, & as I love the beach, I don't think I will have any problem using them - a lot. lol
This one was sent to the very talented Natalie , who makes such amazing & beautifully embellished cards.
Images coloured with Promarkers, glazed with Anita's 3D gloss
Papers - My Mind's Eye SU punch for decorative strip
Mats cut using Nesties
Prima flowers, stamens from local shop
Ribbon has subtle glitter on it, & as mentioned before, is from Crafty Ribbons