Tuesday 22 January 2019

Product review for Hunkydory

Good Afternoon.

I was asked by Hunkydory if I would like to do a product review and of course I jumped at the chance.

This was not as easy as I thought it would be as they have so many gorgeous products it took me a while to decide. In the end I decided to review some Creative Expression Dies by Sue Wilson.

I have two project to show you today the first one being the Frame and Tags set Claire.

The largest die measures 10.6 x 10.6cm.

There are five dies in this collection two of which are fairly intricate but they cut like a dream on the first run through.
I have layered the dies for this project but they can also be used to create an aperture as I have done below, all that is needed is to add some bling. 

The sentiment is part of the set used in my second review.

Also available to co-ordinate with this die set are two stamps which you can see below.

For my second review I have used the Frames and Tags die Isobel.

 I loved using this die as it is so different to any I have but I think it may become one of my favourites.

Their are two large dies which cut out the border with the swirly corners the largest of which measures 12.3 x 9 cm. There are also three dies in this set, Celebrate on this card, Just for You on my first tag and Thanks as below.


Once again Hunkydory thank you for asking me to write a review. I have thoroughly enjoy using your products and I hope you like how I have used them.

Hugs Sharon. x

Tuesday 8 January 2019

Happy New Year.

Firstly I would like to wish you all a Happy New Year. I hope 2019 brings you much happiness. 

Now that I have finished making Wedding invites, I intend to craft more often. So that I have a beautiful space, I am going to have a good old tidy of my craft room tomorrow. You never know, I may come across some hidden treasures.

I would like to share with you another card I made using the Die'sire Create a Card Heart Easel die by Crafters Companion.

The flowers and backing papers were taken from a pad from The Range. The papers are really thick and was shocked to see they were priced at only £2.99. I have looked on their website but I cannot find the link. The chipboard Wedding Day is by Scrapiniec. 

The ribbons are also from The Range. They were a lot wider but I cut them down so that I could use the two colours without them being too bulky.

 The deep red flowers are paper dipped in a colour created with the Marion Smith Color Lab starter kit.

I would like to share this card with the following challenges

Papercraft Challenges - Celebrate

Thank you all for stopping by today and for your lovely comments.

Have a lovely week.

Hugs Sharon. x
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