Saturday, 4 June 2011


Well we have our first entry in the June Challenge - thanks Zoe, it is beautiful!  And I have here another inspirational piece on the Challenge theme by our Zuzu who has made one of her rich colourful pieces using CI-301 as the focal image.  Zuzu also has a 'Folksy' shop here where you can buy some of her handmade goodies at extremely reasonable prices.

Also want to mention that as you are liking the new pendant tray sets available on the website we have also added a 1" square set, perfect for those smaller images - either stamped or taken straight from our mini image books.

And a few finished ones:

Meanwhile Malcolm has been having a fun photography session at a local 'Classic Car' show, with a view to a new glossy sheet.  He really enjoyed this, so keep an eye out for new glossies in the not too distant future.  Here is a little taster:

I feel some 'men's cards' coming on!

Meanwhile I continue playing with my tags, and the new glossy sheets - 'A Nice Cup of Tea' combined with our die-cut swirly frames - don't we all just love a nice cup of tea?

Seen here from behind with a strut back:

And finally I had to show you another 'corset' project by Lynne, which is just so pretty, as always.  Lynne has a bit of a thing for corsets it seems!  Many thanks Lynne, always lovely to see your work.

What a little beauty!

Keep checking back as there will be blog candy around soon, and you will all be able to play along.

And thanks as always for your encouraging comments, its lovely to hear from you.

Enjoy your weekend!

Jean x


Daniele said...

lovely inspirational pieces again, looking forward to seeing Malcoms new sheet, men pics would be brill

Aquarius said...

Thanks for sharing this lovely work - love the photos of the cars too

Sid said...

More fantastic art Jean !!

Lynne Moncrieff said...

Great DT samples.
Thank you for including my card. Yes, it does seem to be I have a thing for corsets - stamped corsets, not the real things LOL.

Netty said...

Terrific pieces but would love to know how you made the strut back for the tag please. Annette