Saturday, September 29, 2012

Spellbinding 2012 Holiday tree

It's me back again and today whilst I'm out at work I wanted to share with you the Spellbinder's fabulous 2012 Holiday you get the feeling I might like this die?
Well you would be right.

This is an 8" card and it's huge!
I have also used Spellbinder Grand Scalloped squares to create the frame and M-Bossabilities folder Elegance to create the back ground.  The greeting is a PI stamp by Kirsty Wiseman called Many Greetings and it on a Shapeabilites Fancy tag.  The bling and ribbon are from my stash and card from the Papeterie in Aberdeen.

I have used 3 of the grand scalloped squares to make the card folding the last one in half and adding it at the back to write inside and stand the card up, if you make the card this way rather than cutting it out all in a one go you get scallops all the way round instead of just 3 sides.

That's all for me again today, will be back tomorrow with more.  Have a great Saturday.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Part two and three in the series.....

Hi folks today whilst I'm at work I wanted to share the other two projects that go with yesterdays post.
First the card.....

For this card we again used M-Bossabilities folder Elegance (can you tell it's one of my favourites just now?)  The other Spellbinder dies are Nestabilities Beaded Ovals, Labels 24, Labels 25 and Shapeabilities Fancy tags.  The sentiment is from Marion Emberson's PI set It's all in the words and the pearls are from my stash.

The tag or bookmark....

Again I have used Elegance embossing folder then Fleur de Lis Squares, Labels 14 and Fancy tags.
The sentiment is from Hero arts, ribbon and pearls from my stash.

Finally it only remains for me to wish you all the best for the weekend.  I am working again tomorrow with an early start but then I have our local crop to look forwards to on afternoon of crafty fun and maybe some cake too, can't wait.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Spellbinder Aberdeen class

Hi folks, if you are waiting for the cards from my last couple of demonstrations please be patient with me, they are coming very soon and I hope to start over the weekend.
Today I want to share the first of the cards from our Spellbinder class from the retreat in Aberdeen at the weekend.

For this card I have used Spellbinder M-Bossabilties folder Elegance together with Nestabilities Fleur de Lis Square, Labels 15 and Shapeabilities Grommet tags.  On your special day is from PI stamp set  by the same name designed by Marion Emberson, the white and navy pearlescent card is from the Papeterie and the pearls are from my stash.

I love to play with different dies and layer together for a simple yet effective card, less is more with a touch of elegance...but that is just my opinion! 
I agree it might not be to every ones taste but it is a style I like and the Spellbinder dies are just made for it.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

What's on your work desk 173

Morning and it's hump day again and time to share my very own tip which is my crafting space.  Yesterday I made a couple of bespoke cards for friends and I've got one to show you today...but my desk was very much left as was.  Today I will therefore probably be having a quick tidy before starting anything else.  I did try to resist tidying before taking the photo, keeping it real, LOL.

I did warn you.  Still some nice IndigoBlu sentiments stamps there that I picked up in Inverness on Saturday.  Can't wait to play with them.

I thought I'd also share you my fireman card I made what a big hose he has!

He was made using my Cricut machine and cartridge Dress it up Dolls, with a little tweaking!
I did have some fire I was going to layer him on but he just looked better on his own....less is more.
The lovely Julia hosts this wee look into other crafter's worlds and you can catch up with everyone else here.  I will be back later to have a wander but I must go food shopping youngest boy has told me he is cooking tea tonight and has given me a shopping list.
The mind boggles!  I wonder what it will be like?

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Oh Christmas tree....Spellbinder style!

Morning a little later for me today and boy is the weather rough today....if ever there was a day to stay wrapped up at home and craft it would be today. 
Dreich in every sense of the word and more some with rain and strong winds brrr! 
I think we are bypassing Autumn and heading head first into Winter.
And on that note how about the new Spellbinder Christmas tree.....have you got one yet?

You need to be patience getting it out of the die but boy is it worth it and don't forget the trick with wax paper to help the process.
For this card I have used Spellbinder M-Bossabilities folder Elegance together with 2012 Holiday tree and Shapeabilities Holiday tags.  The sentiment stamp is from PI Kirsty Wiseman's Many Greetings and the ribbon, bling and ring are from my stash.

I love the simplicity of this card letting the dies do all the work for you.

I have a couple of personal cards to make this morning, one for a fireman and one for a bus driving guide leader....better go and crack on.  Stay warm today and I'll be back tomorrow with What's on my Work desk Wednesday.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Baubles are us!

Morning folks and after a fun busy crafting weekend I didn't have to be up today till around 8 today, mmm a lie in, so guess what, I have been wide away since 5 a.m.  Those of you who know me will know how odd that is as I don't do mornings unless I have to!!

I've had a super weekend and would like to thank all the lovely ladies who visited me at Howden's in Inverness on Saturday and The Papeterie on doesn't count as work if you enjoy yourself does it? 

On Saturday it was lovely to see so many faces from previous demonstrations, my crafting friends, it was also lovely to meet some relatively new folk to crafting...  I do hope you have gone away with your new stash and plenty of ideas of what to do. 
It is great to get knowing smiles when you talk about your appreciation of fine crafting products, as I am convinced some of my none crafting friends do think it's a tad strange. 
It doesn't mean your a bad person!  Does it?!

To Sunday and what a lovely bunch of seasoned crafter's from all over the country.  I'm sure we could have made so much more in our class as we rattled along at such speed.  Great to see more lovely ladies who again appreciate fine crafting products!  Finishing early gave us chance to have a questions and answers session on the Grand Calibur and Spellbinder dies together with a quick demo of other ways of using the dies. 
There was also fab classes by the lovely Kath and Debbi
A great weekend was had by all, with Charlotte, Megan and Pearl at the mill keeping everything running like clock work.
I sadly missed the night out on Saturday but believe that the Woman's Aberdeen Rugby team had a super night out!

Thanks everyone for a fun crafty weekend.  x

Back to today and to those of you who have left me comments over the last three days I shall be popping over to your places later to return the love.  I need to get my wee man sorted for school first, but thanks very much for the visit.

Today I want to share a card with you using the new Spellbinder 2012 Heirloom ornament.

I have also used Spellbinder Shapeabilities Parisian at the top of the card and M-Bossabilities folder Elegance.  The PI sentiments stamp is from Kirsty Wiseman's Many Greetings with ribbon and bling from my stash and card from the Papeterie in Aberdeen.
I wanted the bauble to appear to be hanging from the top of the card from
and for it to appear to be shaped, I have therefore used 3D foam to create a curved effect placing more in the centre of the bauble than on the outside.

That's it from me today I'm away to get sorted for a day of fun...I have the chimney sweep arriving later this morning and a whole heap of housework needing!
Have a super Monday whatever you have planned.  x

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Sunday, Sunday so good to me....

Hi folks another pre-scheduled post today as I am on route to teach in Aberdeen (car permitting!). 
I am working along side the lovely Kath and Debbie today, I wonder what they will be doing?!  Everyone at the Papeterie was excited last weekend about the retreat this weekend and I do hope yesterday went well as I was unable to make it.

On to today and this is the last of my class cards to share....

For this card I have used the new Spellbinder die 2012 Holiday tree together with PI stamps Kirsty Wiseman Many Greetings.  The card again was from the Papeterie and the pearls and bows are from my stash.  I have made these baubles 3d by layering two together but my picture doesn't really show that.  I have done something recently similar so I shall try and take the photo from a different angle.

More from me tomorrow!

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Whilst I'm away Merry Christmas all the way!

As you know I have mentioned a few times this week that today I'm in Howden's in Inverness so whilst I am having fun crafting with lovely like minded people I thought I'd share with you another card from one of my recent classes.

For this card I have used Spellbinder Snowflake pendant 2012 and PI stamp set Essential Christmas by Paula Pascual.  The card is from The Papeterie in Aberdeen.

You've got to love Spellbinder snowflakes every year they get better and better don't they?  This years is no exception.  I have had so much fun working with this die.  It is such a quick and simple card to make.  It would however need posting in a box so as I say when's a special card for special folk!

Have a great Saturday.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Whilst I'm busy how about some sneaky peaks?

Hi folks today I am busy working at my new job.....I've started at Marks & Spencer's!
It's an early start, in work for 6.45 a.m. oh my that is a shock to the system, LOL.
Whilst I'm busy I thought I'd share a few sneak peaks with you....would you like to see?
Tomorrow I am demonstrating in Howden's Inverness with Christmas stamps and Spellbinders which should be fun.
Then Sunday I have two classes for the Craft Retreat being hosted at The Papeterie in Aberdeen, the sneak peaks today are for that.
Are you ready?  Here we go.....

This is one class and the other.......a shorter one.....ho, ho, ho!
Merry Christmas!
I am looking forwards to a busy weekend, to the cold that is trying to attach itself to me YOU are not welcome till Monday.  Stay away!
Have a super weekend whatever you have planned.  x

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Sugar Bowl time 92

Morning, it's that time again, bring on the Sugar bowl challenge.  Today it is my turn for a sketch and here is my card.

This card is a whopper at 8" but I had great fun making it.  And my sketch...

The finished card is slightly different, but isn't that all part of the fun?
My challenge this time is to use this colour palette.....mmmmm it's got to be my favourite combination....I hope you have fun with it.

Up for grabs are 4 of your choice from the fabulous Sugar Nellie range of stamps which will increase to 6 if we have more than 100 entries.  You can enter as many times as you like but must use a Sugar Nellie stamp as your main image.

Today I have used Sugar Nellie image "Ocean's gift!" together with papers from DCWV The Linen Closet.  The sentiment stamp is by Stampendous and the image is coloured with Prisma pencils and Distress ink Vintage photo.  Wire, lace, pearls, ribbon and button are from my stash. 

Is it wrong to be singing "Under the sea" whilst posting this?! 

That's all from me today, have a super day and remember you've got to be in it to win it!
Enjoy the challenge and happy crafting.  x

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

What's on your Work desk Wednesday 172

Hi folks and it's hump day again.  What's on your work desk this week?
All I'm going to say about mine is how on earth am I going to work on it today?!
It's a good job my computer desk is next to it as I think I might be there today.  I'm expanding!

I've got another demo this weekend in Inverness so it's Christmas again today...yummy MME papers, Spellbinders and PI stamps all the way.  Can't wait to get stuck in.
Then it's classes in Aberdeen Sunday so a busy weekend of crafting ahead.

Over on Julia's blog you can follow like minded crafters as they share their desks today.  It only remains for me to wish you a very happy crafty Wednesday and I shall be back later to have a wander. 
I thought I'd leave you with this.....

Have a great day and thanks so much for popping by.  x

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

So what is your favourite Christmas flower?

Morning all, I'm busy making up bags of crafty goodies for my classes this Sunday at The Papeterie's big Crafting retreat this weekend. 

I am also demonstrating Saturday at Howden's Garden Centre in Inverness with yummy Christmas Spellbinding products!

An exciting crafty weekend ahead.  Can't wait!

Back to today and this is the first of the cards from my Aberdeen class at the weekend.

Can you guess my favourite Christmas flower then?
Christmas rose?!  Only kidding, it's the Poinsettia of course.

For this card I have used;  Spellbinder Shapeabilities dies.. Layered Poinsettia, Parisian Motifs and Foliage together with Nestabilities Classic circles.  The sentiment stamp is PI Kirsty Wiseman Many Greetings, card from The Papeterie and pearls from my stash.

I love the simplicity of this card...I might have to even make some more of these for my Christmas cards!

Have a super Tuesday and its What's on your Work desk tomorrow....what are you working on?

Monday, September 17, 2012

Last but not least...baubles of fun.

Happy Monday morning to you all and today I am sharing the last of my cards from my Elgin class at Papercrafts Boutique.

For this card I have used Spellbinder dies 2010 Heirloom ornament, Labels 14 and 2012 Snowflake pendant.  I have used PI stamps Snowflakes and Crafty Impressions Christmas sentiments, Martha Stewart punch Doily lace, white StazOn and bling, ribbon and string from my stash. 
I think this is my favourite of the Heirloom dies and this cute little snowflake has been getting lots of use too.

Today I shall mostly be cutting out my class for the weekends Crafty Retreat in Aberdeen.  I shall be doing two Spellbinder classes on the Sunday morning, one Christmas and one general.....keep your eyes peeled this week 'cause I might give you a sneaky peak!

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Let it snow but just not yet!

Hi folks a late post for me today after a catch up this morning with my Sugar Bowl duties. 
I've just looked at the clock and wondered why I'm hungry too, mmm a late lunch or early tea today?

Today I'd like to share another card from my last class in Elgin but first I would like to thank all the lovely ladies who took the time to visit me at the Papeterie in Aberdeen yesterday, I had a super crafty day and I hope those who stayed for my classes had fun too.

Back to the card......

For this card I have used PI stamp sets Snowflakes and Crafty Impressions Christmas sentiments together with white StazOn and black Archival.  I have also used Spellbinder nestabilities Labels 14 and Martha Stewart punch Doily lace plus bling and seam binding from my stash.

That's all from me today, I am away to find some food and then try and get my youngest to start his homework, wish me luck!
I might need it with the latter. 

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Oh Christmas tree!

Morning crafters!
I thought whilst I'm travelling through to Aberdeen for the day I would share the first of my cards from last weekends class at Papercrafts Boutique in Elgin.
My brief was Christmas cardmaking using Kraft with white StazOn and PI stamps.

A nice simple one to start with using Kirsty Wiseman's Joy to the world stamp and Creative Impressions for the sentiment, red and clear bling to finish.  A real less is more card.
I love this Christmas tree and it is also great embossed see here.

That's all for me today after a busy day in Aberdeen I am looking forwards to getting home putting my feet up and enjoying a nice glass of red.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Clean and simples with baubles.

I was so tempted to write something else as my title for this post and had a wee giggle to myself but then realised that unless you have the same strange sense of humour as me you may just find it offensives, LOL.  So I will keep it to myself but those of you who think like me will guess and hopefully smile too.
Back to today and I have a clean and simple card.  I know myself that often I don't use the smaller of my Spellbinder dies so that was my challenge with this card.

Sorry the picture isn't great my photography skills need a lot of brushing up.  For this card I have used Spellbinder nestabilities die 2010 Heirloom and classic circles.  The stamps are by Creative Impressions and Kirsty Wiseman's Worded Baubles both from PI.  Finally I have added some stitching and gingham ribbon from my stash to finish.

I do make lots of different styles of cards but I have to say I do love a less is more card myself....secrets of a crafter!

Today I am busy elsewhere but would like to take this opportunity to wish you all the best for the weekend ahead.  Have a good one whatever you are up to.  x

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Tag you're it!

Back again and today I have a tag gift card. 
There are a lot of us that enjoy making our own cards but we can be doing so much more if we have the time.  I mentioned last week about decorating your own wrapping paper and tags, so today I've got a small gift card too. 
Little gift cards are great to add to a present generally and are great for Weddings or Births but I also like to sent them as a wee note maybe to say I'm thinking about someone if they're having a tough time.
Here is my Christmas one...

I have used stamps by Creative Impressions at PI and white embossing powder together with Spellbinder nestabilities dies Beaded Ovals.  To finish I have distressed the edges adding Vintage photo distress ink and red gem to finish.

Today I am planning my classes for a week on Sunday at Aberdeen where I am teaching at their Craft retreat. 
Before that I am at the Papeterie again this Saturday demonstrating in the morning and then teaching two Christmas Spellbinder classes in the afternoon.
Then next Saturday I am at Howden's Garden centre in Inverness.
It's a busy couple of weeks!  Plus it's Christmas all the way, LOL.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

What's on you work desk this Wednesday 171

It's that time again folk and a hump day lookie at all desks crafty!

Today I shall be mostly be Christmas Spellbinding but I have some exciting news too.  During the summer I was asked to do an article for a magazine for Sugar Nellie stamps and it's been published!
Check out my desk this week....

And the article....

Now I know it's not good "toot, tooting" yourself but I promise there are changes a foot and I won't be doing it for much longer. 
I still find it very exciting when something is published, sad but true!
I promise I shall have more news next week but until then why not pop over to the lovely Julia's blog and take a look at crafty desks from around the world.
I shall be back later for a wander and to leave some crafty comments.....thanks for popping by and have a super Wednesday.  x

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Spellbinding snowflake with a twist!

Did you think all snowflakes were white?
Not about a know what they say....a change is as good as a rest!

For this card I have used the new Spellbinders 2012 Snowflake pendant again with Kraft and red.  Seasons greetings is from PI stamps Crafty Impressions and the ribbon and bling are from my stash.

I love this new pendant, it is the third in the series of snowflake pendants and I think each year they just get better and better.  Don't you?

More from me again tomorrow...have a great Tuesday.  I'm off to come up with some new ideas for my demonstration in Aberdeen on Saturday morning.

Monday, September 10, 2012

A tree with a twist!

Back again today with some more stamping....

For this card I have used Paula Pascual Christmas tree stamp set, Distress ink Fired brick and Walnut stain, Spellbinder nestabilities Labels 15, Kraft, white and red cardstock.
Another nice and simple card with a stamp set that can be used not only at Christmas but all year round.

Short and sweet for me this morning and I'm back to cutting out my class.  Have a great Monday and I'll be back!

Sunday, September 09, 2012

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow....Spellbinder style!

Hi folks and it is Sunday again, rugby morning!  I'll be diving out soon.

I'd like to start today's post by sending out a big THANK YOU all the lovely ladies who came to Papercraft's Boutique yesterday for my classes.  I had a super day and hope you enjoyed it too. 
I really appreciate all your kind words of support, it really does mean a lot to me......hugs back.  x

Now on to more samples and today we are using the Spellbinder dies as stencils after embossing....that's right...bypass the cutting phase to create great backgrounds.

For this card I have used Spellbinder die Create a flake 4 which I have embossed direct on to Kraft, leave the dies on the card and dab embossing ink in between the dies like a stencil.  Remove the dies carefully and sprinkle with Hologram Super Sparkle embossing powder, heat set.  Mat and layer onto card and add bling and sentiment (PI stamp Crafty Impressions using white embossing powder).
As Alexander would say...."simples!"
With this technique the glitter stays on the page and you don't wait for it to dry as with glitter glues.

I'll be back again tomorrow with more.

After rugby I shall be cutting out my class for next Saturday in the Papeterie Aberdeen...I shall be there demonstrating in the morning with the new Christmas Spellbinders and then doing two different Spellbinder classes in the afternoon....also Christmas based.

Saturday, September 08, 2012

Scotty 2 the revenge!

Hi folks well today I am teaching in Elgin so again a flying visit this morning.  Today I have the Scotty die I used yesterday again and this time I have made a decoration....maybe for the Christmas tree using felt and blanket stitch.

The Sizzix dies are just great for using with different materials cutting through with ease.  A great project to make with children too as they work as well with straight stitch as they do with blanket.

I always like to do a different tree decoration each year...I think he would also look great in tartan!
Don't you?

Friday, September 07, 2012

Whoops Scotty!

Hi folks sorry for this late post today but I've had a busy day and have just found the time to sit and update my blog.  I know that a couple of ladies from the weekend have been waiting for this instructions, better late than never!
Here is my Scotty dog calendar....

For this card I have used Sizzix die Scotty dog with red felt, Spellbinder dies Romantic rectangles and Long classic scalloped rectangles, stamps by PI Crafty Impressions, Red Core'dinations cardstock, Kraft and embellishments from my stash.

The instructions to make a similar card are here however I have used different measurements.  My card is 20 cms square (you will need 2 of them) and it is scored both sides and the top 2 cms in from the edge.  From the top I have scored at the 13.5, 12, 7 and 2 cm points.  I have cut across each side and the bottom at the 13.5 cm point.  For the inside flap my measurements are slightly bigger than the opening at the front so it is 13.5 x 18 cms.  This flap is attached on the rear of the front square across the flap from 13.5 to 12 cm point only so when you pull the internal flap it raises the top...if you watch the above instructions you will get the idea I've just changed the sizes.  Once this flap is added you can place the back square on remembering not to stick the inner flap down.  Your card is then ready for decorating. 
Remember the you only add the frame that will be popping up to the second scored area of your card or it won't pop up. 
I love these cards as they're flat to post but pop up and are love them.

Have a super weekend.  x 
Back tomorrow with more for you.

Thursday, September 06, 2012

Sugar bowl time again 91

Hi folks and it's that time again over on the Sugar bowl challenge blog and today's sketch is by the lovely Fiona with the added challenge "shabby chic" here is my card...

And the sketch...

Sorry it's Christmas again for me folks with Knitted with love, she is so cute.  I have coloured her on Kraft with my prisma pencils.  The paper is K & Company Peppermint twist.  Spellbinder die scalloped circles, sentiment from PI Christmas set from Crafty Impressions and poinsettia from Prima.  Doily, pearls, beads and ribbon from my stash.

Up for grabs this time 4 of your choice from the Sugar Nellie range of stamps which will increase to 6 if we have more than 100 entries.  It only remains for me to thank you for popping by and wish you all the best with the sketch.

Have a super Thursday, more from me tomorrow.  x

Wednesday, September 05, 2012

WOYWW 170 with a crafty wrap!

Where did that week go? 
Lots of things going on here just now and a few changes a foot which I promise I shall share with you soon. 
However what you really want to know is what state is my desk in today?! 
Well, surprise, surprise it's a mess again! 

Today I shall mostly be cutting out new Spellbinder dies for up coming classes in the local area. 
I shall be giving my bingo wings a good workout!


Before I crack on I shall be popping to my local craft shop to set up this Saturdays classes at Papercraft Boutique in Elgin, we have a morning and afternoon class where I shall be combining stamping with Christmas and Kraft! 
Places are still available and I maybe will give you a sneak peak tomorrow or Friday?!

Plug done I thought I'd share a quick picture of another sample from last week.  We make our Christmas cards and I'm sure you're like me and make your gift tags too?  But what about the wrapping paper?

Is it just me that has a thing for Kraft just now? 
This photo isn't the best because the paper is really glittery but you get the idea.  I shall pop my list of products at the bottom just if you are interested.

It only remains for me to say have a great Wednesday I shall pop back later in the day to catch up with other desks.  You can get to every ones desk via the lovely Julia's blog here.
Thanks for taking the time to visit and have a super Wednesday.  x

Parcel stock list....
PI stamps Snowflakes with Hologram Super Sparkle embossing powder.
Spellbinder 2012 Snowflake pendant.
Kraft paper, card and string plus a bit of bling!

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

It wouldn't be Christmas without a wreath.

I don't know about you but I love a Christmas wreath.  In fact I have a few that I've made over the years, from ceramic and paper to material.  I have a wooden one that goes on the front door every year and the rest are dotted around the house. 
Karen at Papercraft's Boutique gave me this wooden wreath and asked me to decorate it...with the brief to keep simple.
This is what I came up with....

I have used Spellbinder Shapeabilities Holiday tags and Create a flake 4, ribbon, string, bling and embossing powder Hologram Super Sparkle. 

Aren't the new snowflakes fabulous?
I have cut them then embossed, who needs glitter card when you can make it yourself and a pot of embossing powder lasts forever. 

That's all for now folks...I'll be back again tomorrow.

Monday, September 03, 2012

Better late than never!

Hi folks. sorry it's late in the day for my post but I've had a busy 24 hours! 
Back to Saturday for now and here is another of the cards from the demo in Elgin.

I have used Spellbinder nestabilities 2010 Heirloom Ornament and 2012 Snowflake pendant together with PI stamps Snowflakes by Sue Dix.  I have also used Crafty impressions Christmas sentiments, White embossing powder, Kraft card and Core'dinations cardstock in red.  Finally I have added white seam binding and a bit of bling from my stash.
The white embossing powder has also been added to the edge of the Kraft to give it a real Christmas feel.

Sunday, September 02, 2012

Oh Christmas tree!

Thank you to all the lovely ladies who took the time to visit me in Elgin yesterday at Papercrafts Boutique.  I had a super day and hope you did too.
I did promise that I would share this card first so here goes...

For this card I have used the Kirsty Wiseman stamp set Joy to the World (you can find them on-line here) together with PI white embossing powder.  I have also used Spellbinder die Create a flake 4, white seam binding, Kraft core red by Core'dinations cardstock, kraft card and red bling.

The instructions to make this centre step card can be found here.  Many thanks to Frances for sharing.  The card is 11" x 5 1/2 " and Frances will talk you through the folds.
Have fun with the card, I prefer it to other step cards as you have a good size centre to work with.

I'm away to make a couple of cards that I need to do.  Have a great Sunday whatever you have planned.  x