Friday, January 30, 2015

Share an oldie this Friday, crafty style of course. In honour of the GBSB.....

Good morning all, how the devil are you again this Friday, don't they come around fast?
It's share and oldie today, again as I say every week, it is just purely for fun, the more the merrier.
Let's share the love of all things crafty, you can share anything as long as it is something creative.  In order that I can also see what you have posted I'd love it if you could leave a wee comment below then I can pay you a visit too.

Back to today's oldies, this is in honour of the Great British Sewing Bee, which starts it's new series next week, so exciting!
It is papercrafting but with a sewing theme.

This idea for a pop up tag card came from the lovely ladies over on the Simply Sassy blog with instructions to follow here.  The Sassy blog is a great blog to follow as they have great ideas and lovely tutorials to help.  (More top tips!)

I have used stamps from Andy Skinner A Stitch in Time, black StazOn. 
Ranger distress inks Fired brick and Spiced Marmalade.
Button and Idea-ology fragment from Tim Holtz range.
Spellbinder circle nestabilities (top of tag).
Seam binding, threads and sewing machine charm from my stash.

Just something a little different from a regular card don't you think?  Lots of fun to make too.

More wedding work for me today then an early start at work tomorrow.  Sunday I am getting together with my crafty buddies too.  Such fun!
Have a super weekend folks, stay warm and cosy.  x


Hazel said...

Great oldie Erika, sorry I forgot it was Friday, where has this week gone?? I take it wee man is off back to school with out the sick bit. He doesn't have a share teacher -two teachers in the week,, I wondered if he might have that and doesn't like one of them? Hazel x

Carol said...

Love your pop up tag card Erika, what a fab idea! I've blogged an oldie again! Sun shining here but no white stuff. Enjoy your weekend. Carol x

Patricia said...

Good afternoon Erika,
I love your card, the sentiment is brilliant with the papers.
Have a wonderful weekend

Patricia x

Jenny L said...

Hi Erika,
another superb Oldie for Friday.
superb designing as usual, and wonderful papers used too.
I do hope your weather is not too bad up there.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

cuilliesocks said...

Hi Erika, lovely make, great elements to it.
I'm afraid I didn't manage an oldie this week, but love yours.
Pleased to hear the wee lad managed to get back to school, hugs Kate x