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Monday, 16 December 2013

Just For Fun Monthly Challenge

Today is the mid month posting for team B (that's me) over at the Just For Fun challenge and the theme is Christmas. I chose to make this card using a lovely sheet from craftsuprint as I just love the imagery used on it.





I printed the sheet on to 160gsm super smooth paper and cut out all the elements. I mounted the card base on to an 8" card blank and layered the decoupage using 1mm foam tape, then I added some iridescent gem stones to the centre of the snowflakes for a very quick, but beautiful card. 



Sunday, 1 December 2013

Seemacrafts Challenge

Today sees the start of a new challenge over at Seemacrafts and the theme for this month is Christmas (of course lol). I decided I wanted to do something a little different from a straight forward card and so I chose to make a shaker card.

 I used a sheet from craftsuprint and printed it on to a 160gsm supersmooth card, cut out the base layer and mounted this on to a blank 8x8 card and then to the back of the shaker topper I stuck a piece of acetate using doublesided tape. I used a 3mm foam tape which I placed so that it wasn't visible, (ensuring that there were no gaps) and popped some courser glitter on the topper and then stuck the shaker topper over the top. I added a few gems and some card candi to the corners to for a quick, but lovely card.

LEJ Designs is sponsoring again this month and the winner can choose any three digi's available on the website. I hope you'll join in with the challenge and thanks for stopping by.

Saturday, 16 November 2013

JFF Challenge

Today sees the midway point in the Just For Fun challenge, which is offering some fab goodies from Seema (DT) of Seemacrafts,  and so it's design team B's turn to show off their projects which feature their favourite colour. I love blues and brown tone and because I have always loved the browns and autumnal colours I chose to use these on my project. I like different shapes for my cards for a change and so I decided I would make one of these fab shaped cards to show you.

 The kit comes from craftsuprint and is by Lisa Baglietto. Because my printer will only take a maximum 250gsm supersmooth card I felt that with the decoupage added it might not be substantial enough so I printed on to the usual 160gsm paper that I use and then stuck this to a 300gsm card using the stick and stay spray glue, then I cut around the card base and folded to make the actual card. I cut out all the decoupage elements and mounted those using foam tape for a very effective and easy to make card.

I hope you will join in with us over at Just For Fun and don't forget to mention your fave colour used when linking back to your blog.




Friday, 1 November 2013

November Challenge-Bright & Colourful

Today sees the start of the November challenge over at Seemacrafts and the theme this month is bright & colourful. I love owls and so when I cam across the cheerful sheet I just knew I had to make a card using it.




I printed the sheet on to 160gsm super smooth paper and cut out all the elements. Using a 6x6 (approx) card blank I stuck the base image on the card blank and the layered the remaining pieces using a 1mm foam tape. Instead of adding the last little piece of ribbon decoupage I found a little pink bow that I had in my stash and added that to the larger owl, a few little yellow gems to the centre of the corner bows and the card was completed.

I hope you will join in the fun over at Seemacrafts, our sponsor this month is the lovely LEJ Designs, who is offering 3 digi stamps of choice to the winner.


Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Just For Fun October Challenge-Buttons & Bows

The theme for the October challenge over at Just For Fun is buttoms and bows and so I chose to make a card using this sheet from craftsuprint as I love the bright colours used on it.


I printed the sheet on to a 160 gsm super smooth paper and cut out all the elements. I mounted the topper firstly on to some old gold coloured pearl paper that I had in my stash and then on to some dark green card. I layered up the pyramage and decoupaged the bow using foam tape and then I added a button with a little ribbon bow and some glittery flowers that I had in my stash for a lovely cheerful card.

I hope you can join in with us and there is a great prize of a scor-buddy and paw print stamps that have kindly been donated by Susan (DT) up for grabs to the winner.


Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Seemacrafts October Challenge

Today sees the start of the October challenge with the theme of autumn colours over at Seemacrafts and I thought for a change I would make a male themed card. I struggle with cards for Men that don't have the usual themes and not all men are in to the football and fishing etc, so I thought I would make use of the Debbi Moore Steampunk CD I have in my collection for something a little different. I love Debbi Moore's CD's as they images are great and most are easy to cut out.

I printed my papers and decoupage on to super smooth paper and cut out all the elements and matted the backing paper and contrasting paper onto so brown pearl card, I stuck these on to and A5 card blank and then assembled the decoupage on to the card front using 1mm foam tape. I found a small clock charm in my stash and added this to the front of the card to, for what I think is a nice alternative to the usual men's cards you see around.






Thanks for stopping by and I hope you will join in with the challenge over at Seemacrafts. The challenge this month is being sponsored by Seema herself and the winner will receive a £10 voucher to spend at Seema's shop which can be found here.


Monday, 16 September 2013

Today I want to show you my card for the Just For Fun Challenge September challenge. The theme for this month is autumn colours, which I love to work with. I chose to use Debbi Moore's CD Christmas Fairies. I think this particular fairy could be used all year round and in fact this card will be used for my Niece's Birthday...I hope she likes it!.


I printed both the backing paper and decoupage on to super smooth paper (120gms & 160gms respectively), I mounted the backing paper on to a gold pearlised card and then put this onto an 8x8" black card blank. I cut out all the decoupage and layered it up using 1mm foam tape, added glitter highlights and some coffee coloured 8mm pearls to finish off.

This is a closer look at the glittered decoupage.


I hope you will join us in this challenge, Marie has offered some great crafty goodies for the winner.


Sunday, 1 September 2013

New Challenge Over at Seemacrafts

Hi everyone today see the start of the new challenge over at Seemcrafts and the theme is Monochromatic and the challenge is being sponsored by LEJ Designs with the winner able to choose 3 digis from their shop.

Now I don't normally do dark and mysterious (I'm much more the pretty, floral type of person), so this card is very different for me, but I needed to make a belated Birthday card for a dear friend who loves all things Goth...so I hunted through all my sheets and found this, which also happened to fit this months theme.





Starting with a white A5 card blank I printed out the sheet and cut out all the elements, I matted the main image on to silver mirror paper and place on to the card front. I added the decoupage using 1mm foam tape. I was going to add glitter highlights to the skulls and around the moon to add a bit of bling, but then found out my friend is allergic...so thought I had better not lol. The sheet is from Craftsuprint and I printed it out on to 160gsm super smooth paper, which I find gives a great clear printed image and hold well when shaping the decoupage elements.

Thanks for looking and I hope you will join in the fun over at Seemacrafts this month.


Saturday, 17 August 2013

I'm slacking again I know, but I've just been so busy making cards for orders and for the dog charity. It's no excuse I know and I promise I will try harder. Today I want to show a set of 6 little cards that I made to put in packs for the dog charity, which I'm hoping will help to raise much needed funds. The kits comes from Instant Card Making Downloads and I think it's a fabulous kit. It's great value, especially as it's in the special offer section at the moment too.





I printed the sheets on to 250gms super smooth card and cut out all the elements which are very easy to cut out, then I scored on the lines as indicated and cut where required before folding the card base to shape. I glued on the panels and sentiment panel to the back of the card. I glittered the side panels and toppers and added little pearls on the pink set too before glueing the side panels on and mounting the topper and sentiment with foam tape. I think they make a fabulous little set of cards and I have several orders for them for the dog charity already, which is great.

Here are a couple of the individual cards to show a little more detail.







I hope you will pop by again for more crafty makes.

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Today's card is one that I made yesterday evening for the daily challenge over at the Mad Crafters Giggles group on Facebook. The winner of the previous day chooses one word and we have to make something to fit that theme, the theme for yesterday was bright and this is what I made for my entry.


I needed to make a couple of card for my Brother-in-law's Birthday which is later this month and as he is a fisherman and can take a joke I thought this would be a great card to give him. The sheet is from craftsuprint and I printed it on to 160gsm smooth paper, cut out all the elements and layered up using foam tape. I think it's a fun card and I'm hoping my Brother-in-law will like it too.


Friday, 2 August 2013

Today's card is another one that I made for the challenges over at Mad Crafters Giggle. This is for the tic, tac, toe challenge that is currently running and I chose to use the the combination of transport, black and words and this is what I chose to make.

This is the front of the card



 This is the pop out insert


The kit comes from craftsuprint and is by Janet Briggs. I printed all the sheets on to a 160gsm smooth paper and cut out all the elements. I stuck the card front on to a white A5 card blank and layered up the pyramid decoupage using 1mm foam tape.

The insert looks as if it would be very complicated to do, but in fact it's just a matter of cutting on the cut lines and then scoring and folding as per the simple to follow instructions. I plan to give this to my motorbike mad Nephew for his Birthday later in the year, and I'm sure he'll love it.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll pop back again for more crafty makes.

Thursday, 1 August 2013

JUST FOR FUN CHALLENGE

Today see the start of the very first monthly challenge over at the Just For Fun challenge blog and the theme is anything goes, so I decided I would use one of the 3D room with a view cards I had purchased from craftsuprint. The kit is by Sue Douglas and I love it for something different to give for a Wedding or Anniversary. I've made this one for a friend to give for a Golden Wedding Anniversary later this month.

This is the closed view





and this is the card when it's opened



I printed all the required sheets on to a 250gsm super smooth card and cut out all the elements, I assembled as directed by the comprehensive instructions, which are very easy to follow. Once I had done this I flittered the little roses using a glue pen and ultra fine glitter to make what I think is a card with a difference.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll join in the challenge for a chance to win a First Edition "Summer Breeze" Pavillion 6" x 6" paper pad and please visit again for more crafty makes.

Tuesday, 30 July 2013

I should have posted this last night, but I was shattered as haven't been sleeping well...so I thought I'd post it now before going up to the craft room to get some work done. I made this card again for the daily challenge over at the Mad Crafters Giggles group on Facebook, the theme was butterflies.


I printed the sheet which is from Craftsuprint on to a 160 gsm paper and cut out all the elements. I matted the topper on to some gold mirror card and put this on to a 6" card blank, then I layered the decoupage using 1mm foam tape one I had shaped them. I highlighted the flowers and the butterfly with glitter and added the sentiment for what I think is a pretty card. Thanks for looking and I hope you will pop back soon for more crafty makes.

Sunday, 28 July 2013

I know I haven't blogged for ages, my apologies but I lost my mojo for weeks and now it's returned I've been busy with orders and making invites for a friends renewal of her wedding vows. But I'm back now and I will endeavour to post daily again. Today's card is one I've made for the Tic, Tac, Toe challenge over at the Mad Crafters Giggles group on Facebook and I chose to use layers, purple and buttons as my choices. The actual decoupage and printed paper comes from the Katy Sue CD called Fabulous Shoes and it's fab!.





I used a sheet of white A4 card stock which I folded to make a landscape card blank, I then cut the backing paper I had printed slightly smaller than the card front and attached it in position. I cut out all the decoupage layers, shaped them slightly and layered these using foam tape. I found some matching purple pearl card in my stash which I believe is from Kanban and I punched this using a Martha Stewart doily border, after trimming to size I added this to the top and bottom of the card. I added a foiled sentiment to the top left hand side and 3 small buttons to the bottom right hand side to complete the card.

Thanks for popping by and I hope you'll visit again for more crafty makes.

Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Today see the start of challenge 54 over at LEJ Designs challenge blog and the theme this week is die cuts and punches. For my card I chose to use one of the coloured digis available from the LEJ Designs website, the one I chose is called Best Friend (coloured). I printed him out on to super smooth paper and I cropped it to fit the centre and my doily die. I printed a faux embossed paw print backing sheet that was on a cd in my vast collection (sorry I can't remember the name of it at the moment) and I matted this on to a piece of gold paper from Kanban and added a piece of ribbon around it before placing onto a 8" square card. I added a faux bow to the ribbon and then I placed the digi to the left hand side of the card.



I cut some bones on my Cricut and added these along the bottom of the card like a border, placing some flat and others mounted on foam pads to give some more dimension to the card and I stamped the sentiment "friend fur-ever" on another of the bones and added this to the top right-hand side of the card. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you will join in the challenge. Don't forget the randomly chosen winner will receive 4 digis of their choice and the runner up will get some goodies from UK Card Craft.

Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Today sees the start of challenge 52 over at LEJ Designs blog and the theme for this challenge is summer's coming. The winner will win 4 digi stamps of their choice, with the randomly drawn 2nd entry winning some Dawn Bibby goodies too.

Summer for me means clear blue skies, hot sunny days with gardens full of beautiful flowers and lush green lawns to sunbathe on. I love the daisies you get growing in the lawn and as a youngster I loved to pick them and make daisy chains, so the natural choice of digi stamp for me to work with was the daisies which can be found over at LEJ Designs here.

I teamed it with a lovely topper from the Ooh La La Creations Watercolour Memories CD. I printed the daisy three times and cut them out, then I coloured from the centre with my Marvy La Plume pens using the cream yellow colour and I added gold glitter to the centre of the flowers.


I cut some backing paper which was again from the CD and added this to the front of an A5 white card blank, a piece of pale blue ribbon from my stash was placed across the middle of the card. I mounted the topper on to a piece of gold pearlised card and mounted it to the front of the card using 1mm foam tape. I thnen added three of the daisies along the bottom of the card and a foiled sentiment to the top for what I think is a pretty, summery card. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll visit again for more crafty makes.

Tuesday, 23 April 2013

LEJ Designs 50th Challenge-Mystical, Magical or Mysterious

Today sees the start of the 50th challenge over at LEJ Designs challenge bog, the winner will receive their choice of 4 digis from LEJ Designs with the second randomly drawn winner receiving a selection of goodies from UK Card Crafts.

For my card I used a combination of the Crafters Companion CD Boys & Girls and Lindsays beautiful unicorn digi which can be found here. I started with an 8x8 card blank and matted some gold mirror card and a piece of backing paper that was in my scrap box onto it. I printed the shaped castle card from the CD and using just the front section I cut it out and mounted this to the left hand side of the card front. I coloured the unicor using a combination of promarkers, sakura glitter pens and a gold paint pen and the cut him out and mounted to the right hand side of the card.







A few gems to the top corners and a sentiment that I had floating about and I think I have a great card for anyone that likes the mystical, magical or mysterious. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll visit again for more crafty makes.

Friday, 19 April 2013

I've made my first Christmas card for 2013 already! I don't usually start this early, but the challenge over at Mad Crafters Giggles was robins and so I was automatically drawn to the feeling of Christmas. I've been having a major clean up in the craft room and so things are still a bit all over the place (although I'm getting there with it all) and so I couldn't really be messing about looking for loads of components to use, then I remembered I had a sheet of Kanban toppers in the filing cabinet and decided I would use one of those for my card.






I cut a piece of gold mirror card to fit a 15cm square card and then I cut a piece of the Happy Christmas text paper and a piece of the gold holly paper on top of the mirror card. I placed a corner peel off in the corners and added a garland type peel off across the middle then mounted the topper using foam tape to add a little dimension to the card. I added a few ribbon flowers and a little Xmas Wishes foiled tag to finish the design. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you will visit again for more crafty makes.

Wednesday, 17 April 2013

I should have posted this last night, but I have been having a major and much needed tidy up of the craft room, so it's later than planned. I made this for the vintage challenge over at the Mad Crafters Giggles group on Facebook and I rather like it to be honest. The kit is another from craftsuprint and comes from one of the free CD's.


I printed onto super smooth card and cut out all the elements, but I decided I didn't think it was sturdy enough and so I backed it onto some thin card to strengthen it, then I assembled it following the easy instructions, glittered the butterflies and I think it has turned out very nice. Thanks for popping by and I hope you'll visit again for more crafty makes.

Monday, 15 April 2013

My card for today comes from the new Krafty Hands CD Kew Floral Collection. I love floral themes and this CD is just so pretty. It's a quick simple card that I made for the challenge over at Mad Crafters Giggles and the theme was to use a doily on your project.


I started by printing my two topper sheets (main topper and outer topper) onto super smooth card, I also printed the two sheets of backing paper onto super smooth paper. I cut a piece of gold mirror card to fit a 6x6 card blank and then cut the gingham paper slightly smaller to mat onto this. I cut a one and a half inch strip of the contrasting floral paper, which I again matted onto gold mirror card and placed across the middle of the card. I edged the outer topper with a flexible gold border peel off and then mounted the main topper onto it using 2mm foam tape. I put this onto the middle of a small doily and mounted to the centre of the card. Some small gold corner peel off stickers and a sentiment were added to finish off what I think is a pretty card for any females Birthday. Thanks for looking and I hope you'll pop back for more crafty makes.
Today sees the start of 10th challenge over at Crafty-Emblies, again it's an anything goes theme so the world is your oyster so to speak. Anyway for my project this month I decided I wanted to use the fabulous toadstools which can be found at the Crafty-Emblies shop, and so what a better theme to use that the beautiful Garden Fairies by Debbi Moore.






I printed the sheet of decoupage on to 160gsm super smooth paper and cut it out, the backing paper is one that I found in my scraps folder and I mounted this onto gold mirror card and then I added some olive green glittery ribbon across the middle. I mounted this onto an 8x8 card blank. I assembled the decoupage using foam tape and added this to the card front. The toadstools I coloured using my promarkers and gold paint pen and I added them to the bottom of the card using glue gel. Thanks for looking and I hope you will join in with the challenge to win some fabulous goodies.

Saturday, 13 April 2013

Today I want to show you a card I made from one of my favourite CD's. It's called Entwined and is from the A Touch Of Magic by Linda Ravenscroft. I love all of Linda's CD's and I adore this image.





My printer can be a little funny when printing borderless images, so I save the sheets as jpegs which an option you have with this CD and then printed it through Microsoft Paint. The design when printing out is designed so that the main image can be printed directly on to card for your card base, but I wanted to add a mirror card mat and so I used a plain white A5 card blank and just printed the sheets on to a 160gsm super smooth paper. I cut out all the images and layered up using 2mm foam tape. I used a glue pen to add the glitter highlights and I think the finished result is a beautiful card. Thanks for looking and I hope you'll pop by again for more crafty makes.

Thursday, 11 April 2013

Today's card is another kit from craftsuprint and I made it for the by the sea challenge over at the Mad Crafters Giggles group on Facebook. I printed the sheets on to 250gsm super smooth card stock and cut out all the elements, then it was just a matter of assembling them following the very easy instructions and adding the decoupage elements. 





I like these shelf cards and I like the fact that this kit has a stabilising piece to give it more stability and stop it sliding apart as I've found some designs do. I think this would make a great card for anyone that loves the sea, but particularly for the hard to make for guys. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll visit again for more crafty makes.

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Today sees the start of challenge 48 over at LEJ Designs Challenge Blog and the theme is show us your ribbons. The winner will receive their choice of 4 digi stamps from LEJ Designs and there is a jackpot of 6 digi's up for grabs too. Anyway on to my card, I chose to use Rose Image 1 for my project, which I coloured using my promarkers. I used an A5 white card blank onto which I mounted some gold mirror, then my backing paper whick is by K& Co.

I used a piece of plain deep red textured paper which was an off cut from my stash again matted on to gold mirror card and using 2 pieces of ribbon I placed them diagonally across the card strip to make a criss cross pattern. I add this across the card to break the design up a little and then cut the image out using my Sizzix oval dies and mounted the image on to gold mirror card scalloped oval die cut, the final touches were to add a little bow to the top of the mounted image and a die cut love sentiment.



Thanks for stopping by and I hope you will join in the fun over at LEJ Designs Challenge Blog, and I hope you 'll stop by for more crafty makes.

Friday, 5 April 2013

I know it's been a while since I posted...sorry for slacking, I will try harder to post daily. Today's card was made for the daily challenge over at the Mad Crafters Giggles group and the theme was countryside wildlife.  Anyone that knows me knows I love owls, so it was an easy choice for the theme. I used a sheet from craftsuprint and I have to say I love the finished card.





I used a 6x6 card blank and after cutting out the main image I matted on to silver mirror paper and then on to the card blank. I cut out all the layers and assembled these using foam tape, for a quick but effective card. Thanks for looking and I hope you'll stop by for more crafty makes.

Wednesday, 27 March 2013

My card for today was for the challenge over at the Mad Crafter's Giggles group over on Facebook and the theme was in the kitchen. I did consider one of the lovely House Mouse decoupage sheets, but as I tend to use those a lot I fancied doing something different. While looking through the thousands of different sheets I have at my disposal I came across this decoupage sheet from craftsuprint and I was instantly drawn to the cute image, so this is what I made.





I just think the image is adorable and to be honest I really didn't notice the Christmas tree in the back ground until I was about to pop a Happy Birthday sentiment on it lol. I didn't want to detract from the main image, so I kept the background plain with just some white embossed card and silver mirror card matting and layering. The sentiment I printed and foiled myself and I added a few clear gems to the corners to finish off. I think it's lovely and I can now say I've made a start on my Christmas cards for this year, even though it was unintentional.

Another challenge I took part in was to make something with wheels on it, and I had been waiting for an excuse to use this sheet from craftsuprint for a little while. I think this would be great for anyone that is in to their Motorcross, but especially a youngster as I think it's quite a modern image.


I printed the sheet onto super smooth paper and cut it all out, matted the main image on to silver mirror paper and then layered the decoupage up using foam tape. I chose to add Happy Birthday as the sentiment, but it does come with a few options for you to choose from. I think it's a great card and I'm happy to say I won the challenge with my entry. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll visit again for more crafty makes.

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Today I have some news I want to share with you all, I am now a member of the design team for LEJ Designs...how great is that!! I'm so chuffed to have been asked to join the team, and I only hope I can do the very talented Lindsay's designs the justice they deserve. My first project was either vintage or retro and I chose to go with the vintage theme.


I chose to use the Vintage Avenue Gentleman digital stamp and I coloured him using a combination of Tria Markers and Promarkers. The papers are from Making handmade Cards and were from the Perfect Gentleman kit which I got as a monthly download as a club member.I used a Sizzix framelits to cut him out and add the frame and the top hat and cane were cut on my Cricut Machine. I added black grosgrain ribbon and some black Card Candi to complete the card. Thanks for looking and please visit the LEJ Design Challenge Blog to see all the other design team members creations and take part, the digi jackpot for using a LEJ Design digi is 4 this week. Thanks for visiting and I hope you'll stop by again for more crafty makes.

Thursday, 21 March 2013

Today I wanted to show you a card that I made for the daily challenge over at the Mad Crafter's Giggles group on Facebook. The theme we were set by the previous day's winner was twins and I really didn't feel like making something that was all cute and cuddly...so this is what I came up with.





I love Alice in Wonderland and have seen some beautiful stamps that sadly I don't think I could do justice and so I purchased the A Very Important Date Book by My Paper Stash which has wonderful toppers, papers and decoupage all with the Alice in Wonderland theme and was recently a free gift (just pay p&p) over at Crafting website and set about using the wonderful Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum topper. The chequered papers and the spotted border cam with the book too, so all I have added is the square card blank and black card for the matting and layering. The little foiled sentiment is by Kanban and I added a few black Card Candi to finish. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you will visit again for more crafty makes.

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Today I wanted to show you a card using two of Debbi Moore's CD's. I used the shabby chic birds and also the new words of inspiration CD. I chose the sheets I wanted to use from the shabby chic birds, covered an A5 card blank with the backing paper and cut out and assembled the decoupage. I added 4 pearls to where faux ones with on the decoupaged topper and I also added some black felt trim across the card.






I mounted the decoupaged topper on to the card using foam tape and I had planned to add a die cut birdcage to the side, but once I had cut it out and placed it where I wanted it to go I didn't like the look of it, so I needed to find something to fill the gap. I received the words of inspiration CD the other day and really hadn't had a chance to look at it properly, but I decided it might have just what I was looking for and so that's where the sentiment topper came from. Thanks for looking and I hope you'll visit again for more crafty makes.

Sunday, 17 March 2013

Today is the start of the 9th challenge over at the Crafty-Emblies blog  which is anything goes and our task for this month was to make a hanging decoration. I struggled with what to do, but I decided I would do this.


Here is a closer view for you too.


I made the 3D stars using the Docrafts Digital Designer, and although I found them a little fiddly they aren't that hard to to make, as long as you ensure you have nice crisp ceases on you folds. I glittered the Emblies stars by covering with a glue pen all over the wood and adding the glitter to it. I then attached everthing to a piece of ribbon, alternating the 3D stars, Tatty Teddies and Emblies as I worked down. The glittered stars are lovely, and the photos really don't do them justice as they really sparkle in the light. I hope I've showed yet another way of using the beautiful Emblies and how they can be used in so many ways. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you will join in the challenge over at Crafty-Emblies.