Monday 28 December 2009


The Stamp Man is giving an Award (see my side-bar) when you share your Best Project of 2009.  This is perhaps not my "best" project of the year, but it is my favourite!  I love this Elusive Images stamp, and had great fun with the shrink plastic!! The original post, with details of how it was created, can be found here  .
Hope you have all had a fabulous Christmas, and here's wishing you a Happy New Year.  Love and Hugs, Sylvia xxxxx  

Tuesday 22 December 2009


Hi peeps - hope the snow isn't keeping you indoors (on second thoughts, that may be a good thing 'cos we can do more crafting)!  Just popping by with my last card before Christmas - an easel card, made with the Papermania Chatsworth papers and stamps. (The greeting is a very old favourite from Hobby Art). I am entering this into the Creative Card Crew Challenge, as this week it's "Anything Goes".
Have a fabulous Christmas everyone - Hugs, Sylvia xxxxxxxxx

Sunday 13 December 2009


Wow - my 6 weeks as Guest Designer for the Crafty Pad have just flown by and I can hardly believe it's almost Christmas!  It has been a pleasure to work with you Debbie - thank you so much.
The Challenge this week is quite an easy one as it requires "A Christmas Card" - any design you like!  Simples!!  Full Challenge details can be found here.  The winner will be a GD for one week, and will receive a free digi stamp.
My card has been created using Nestie scallop circle dies and the CB swirls embossing folder.  The circular greeting and tiny snowflakes are from the lovely Christmas Ted Baubles stamp set, available from The Crafty Pad. The large central snowflake is coloured with a Sakura Gelly Roll Stardust pen with a pink gem added. There is some Glamour Dust here and there, but it doesn't show on the photo!  I snipped one of the tiny snowflakes from the stamp set so I could stamp it randomly - (I felt quite guilty separating it from it's little friends, but sometimes you just have to do these things)!!
Have a great week - hugs, Sylvia xxxxxxxxxxx

Tuesday 8 December 2009


Hi peeps! Hope you're all having a good day!  Just popping by to share a couple of festive cards with you.  Both cards use very different techniques, but are fun to make.
On the top card I've used a piece of cheap glossy photopaper (ideal for this job) for the image, firstly applying drops of Alcohol Blending Solution here and there, then adding drops of two different shades of Alcohol Inks - one colour over the sky area, another for the houses (leaving some white showing through for a  "snowy" effect).  I added more drops of  Blending Solution and moved the card around, so the inks dribbled and swirled! (Oooh I do love playing with Alcohol inks)!!  The stamp is from the Elusive Images "Snow is Falling" set - this was stamped onto the inked paper with black Memento. The image was then trimmed and layered onto silver mirri card. I picked out some of the snow on the roof-tops with white gel pen. The greeting has been done on the computer, punched out with the SU oval scallop punch and the edges inked.  Finished off with a tree charm.
The second card was very quick and easy to make,  using the CB Holly embossing folder on cream card, and embossing a couple of lines beneath the image using a Score Board. I've applied pale blue chalk on the Holly leaves to tone in with the Bazzill base card, and added Glamour Dust here and there (which does not show up on the photo). Finished off with a Papermania greeting stamp and cream ribbon.
Thanks for looking - Hugs, Sylvia xxxxxxx

Sunday 6 December 2009


     Hi everyone - hope your weekend is going well.  This is my 5th week as Guest Designer for the lovely Debbie at The Crafty Pad - how time flies! For this week's Challenge we are asking you to work with a sketch - full details, and insipration from the DT,  can be found by clicking on the link above.  The prize is a one-week GDT spot and a free digi stamp.  Closing date is Saturday 12th December. For my GDT card his week I have used one of  Debbie's Christmas Ted stamps and have paper-pieced Ted's scarf, and both hats.  Lots of Stickles and Glamour Dust has been added, and red stitching (a bit wonky, and that was before I had the wine)!!  The base card is Bazzill, the Xmas BP is Papermania Joyeux Noel, and the red and cream dotty is a freebie download from Shabby Princess. The double-edged border has been punched with a Fiskars border punch - goodness knows how the two edges matched up first time - miracles do happen !  The greeting stamp is from HOTP, punched out with the SU scallop oval punch. Six red Papermania Shimmer Dots added, but they don't show up too well on the photo. PS: almost forgot - Ted is coloured with Copics!
Look forward to seeing your creations for this week's Crafty Pad Challenge - lotsa hugs, Sylvia xxxxxxx

Posted by Picasa

Sunday 29 November 2009


Hi peeps - hope your weekend has been relaxing and enjoyable.
This is my fourth week of a six-week Guest Designer Spot for The Crafty Pad, and I am really enjoying working with Debbie and her team.
This week at The Crafty Pad the Challenge is to make a Christmas card with a triangle theme - either a triangular shaped card, or a triangle on your card! Look forward to seeing what you come up with! Full details, and inspiration from the DT, can be found by clicking on the link above. The winner will receive one of Debbie's lovely stamps, and a one-week GDT spot with The Crafty Pad.
For my card this week, I stamped the Christmas Ted Baubles onto acetate and attached this behind  a triangular aperture which I cut from a 6" square white card (covering the unsightly bits inside with a matching piece of card).  The large circle greeting stamp, which comes with the baubles set, has been stamped inside the card, but when the card is closed it appears to be one of the baubles on the acetate (honest, it really does)!! You will see what I mean from the close-up pic. which shows the card open. Pink ribbon and pink gems are from my stash, and I used Fiskars Paper Edgers"Clouds" to trim the bottom of the card. (I resisted using Glamour Dust, and am now suffering withdrawal symptoms).
Have fun - love and hugs, Sylvia xxxx

Sunday 22 November 2009


Hi - hope you are all having a super Sunday and managing to escape the rain. Just popping by with my GDT card for this week's challenge over at The Crafty Pad. The challenge is to work with a sketch by the lovely Maxine, and the winner will be given a one-week GDT spot, and one of Debbie's beautiful stamps. For full details, and inspiration from the DT, please click on the link above.
The papers I have used are from Hot Off The Press, with Papermania punched snowflakes (love that punch!!) and Papermania red gems in the centres. Woodware scallop circle punch, CB embossed Swiss Dots. Stampin' Up blue cardstock, and of course Debbie's Percy and Parker stamp which has been coloured with Shimmerz, Stickles and red glitter.
Hope to see your projects over at The Crafty Pad this week! Thanks for looking.  Hugs, Sylvia xxx
Posted by Picasa

Friday 20 November 2009


I absolutely adore this Christmas Fairy "Holly" digi-image by the ever-so-talented Mo Manning of Digital Pencil Too. If you haven't already paid Mo a visit, please do - I'm sure you will love her wonderful designs. Just click on the link to take you there. I am entering this card into the Copics Colour Challenge - click here for details, and also the Danni's Dreams Flutter By Wednesday Challenge which you can find here. Danni's challenge card must have either a butterfly, a fairy, or an angel on it. The Copics Challenge requires the use of 3 Copics Colours - Pure Pink, Chrome Orange and Yellowish Green, or the closest shades you've got. I have used Tender Pink, Light Orange and Pea Green, with 2 or 3 others for shading and highlights.
The papers are from Papermania Joyeux Noel, and K&Co. Madeline. Anna Griffin ribbon, a stamp from Papermania and lots of Glamour Dust! This is also my first attempt at stitching onto card using my sewing machine - it's not perfect, but I rather like the effect!

Posted by Picasa

Sunday 15 November 2009


Hi and welcome to everyone who visits my Blog - hope you are having a great weekend, and looking forward to "I'm a Celebrity" which starts tonight (or am I the only blogger who loves that programme)?!!!!
Well, this is week 2 of my 6-week GDT spot with the lovely Debbie and her Design Team, over at The Crafty Pad.  Hope you will all join in this week's fun Challenge as it's Recipe Time (a bit like Chico Time, but different)!!  The Recipe is:-
1 Circle, 2 Ribbons, 3 Papers, 4 Gems, and some sparkle -  we couldn't live without a bit of sparkle could we crafters?  Your entry may be a card, an ATC, altered art etc., and if you use a Crafty Pad stamp your name will be entered twice into the draw, once if you use any other stamp.
The lucky winner will be chosen at random - the prize is a one-week GDT spot with The Crafty Pad, plus a Crafty Pad stamp that the DT will be working with on your week.  Please pop over to The Crafty Pad for more inspiration.......
This card is my take on the Recipe, using one of Debbie's lovely stamps - "Percy Stargazing".  Have stamped the 4 stars onto silver mirri, cut  them out and added a tiny red Papermania gem to the centres. The 3 papers and 2 ribbons are from my stash, and Percy has been coloured with watercolour pencils (without water!).  His new Christmas slippers, which Santa brought him, (ok - I know it's not Christmas yet, but this is just make-believe), have been made with Candy Cane Stickles. (You see, if you wish upon a star - you do sometimes get what you wish for)!!
The giant snowball is a Nestie, covered in Glamour Dust and edged with Cosmic Shimmer Glitter Jewels Iced Crystal.
Greeting stamp from "Build a Flower" set by Personal Impressions.
Hope to see your lovely creations at The Crafty Pad this week. 
Thanks for visiting - Hugs, Sylvia xxx

Sunday 8 November 2009


Hi Peeps - hope you are having a very restful Sunday whilst doing a bit of blogging!
Just want to let you know that the challenge this week at
The Crafty Pad is to work with a sketch by the lovely Maxine. The winner will be picked at random and the prize is a one-week GDT spot at The Crafty Pad plus the stamp which the DT will be working with that week. For your project you can use any stamp you wish, but if you use one of Debbie's beautiful stamps (available to order from The Crafty Pad blog), your name will be entered twice into the draw.

Pop over to The Crafty Pad for full details, and inspiration from the Design Team! We really look forward to seeing your beautiful projects (it doesn't have to be a card - it can be an ATC, scrapbook page, etc).

Above is my take on the sketch, and I have used the following ingredients:-
Blue Bazzill cardstock, Basic Grey Figgy Pudding papers, X-Cut snowflake punch, Watercolour pencils for Christmas Ted's body, CB Swiss Dots folder, Glamour Dust and Cosmic Simmer Iced Crystal Glitter Jewels on the snow and the snowflakes. Ted's hat and Snowman's hat and scarf are paper-pieced with the Basic Grey paper. Greeting stamp is an old Dovecraft one.
I was so happy to win the competition recently for a 6-week GDT spot, working with the lovely Debbie and her team at The Crafty Pad, and this is my card for week one! Thanks Debbie and Team!!
Posted by Picasa

Tuesday 3 November 2009


Hi peeps! Hope you have escaped the buckets of rain today! This Best Wishes card is stamped with the Elusive Images Peacock Lady, and small Peacock, plus corner flourishes from an Elusive Images Butterfly theme plate. The greeting and oval scallop punch are from Stampin'Up. I have coloured part of the image with Sakura pens, and added a pearl onto the lady's hand.
The BP is a freebie download from the Funky Fairys Blue Christmas set, (see the link in my side-bar) and it seemed to be the perfect match for the image as it is turquoise, and has swirls rather like a Peacock's tail feathers!! The edges of the paper were inked with Versafine Smokey Grey before layering onto a black A5 card.

Lotsa hugs, Sylvia xxxxx
Posted by Picasa

Tuesday 27 October 2009


Hi there! At last - another post! This is going to be a loooong one - sorry!!! Hope you can keep awake until the end!!
I recently won some beautiful Blog Candy rubber stamps over at The Stampers Chef. (Please see my post of October 9th). Fliss is the lovely lady from The Stampers Chef who designs her own range of stamps for Hobby Art Ltd. (You can find a link to the shop on Fliss's blog). There are three sets in her "Oodles of Doodles" range, and the stamps are so detailed and give a perfect impression every time - they were a joy to use. As promised Fliss, here are the cards I made using just a few of your beautiful stamps.
These cards will be sent to the lovely Ikki at Ikki's Cuttlebug Cupboard. If you pay her a visit, you will see she is asking if bloggers would like to make a card to help support her local Breast Cancer Unit. All cards will be sold by the Clinic to raise much-needed funds. Thank you Ikki.

Card No. 1:- 6" square white card with one of the small flowers stamped randomly using black Versafine. The large flower, which has a smaller flower centre, was stamped twice - the small central flower was cut from one of the images and decoupaged. Two red Dew Drops, red ribbon, faux stitching and a greeting to finish.

Card No. 2:- I love these tiny little white cards from Anita's - just 4" square and they have a nice texture to them. (Believe me, they are snow white in real life, but not on my photos - more of a dirty grey)!!! This beautiful butterfly has been stamped onto shrink plastic and partly coloured with Sakura Gelly Roll pens. After shrinking, a layer of Diamond Glaze was added and a sprinkling of Glamour Dust (yep - I've used it again)!! Gold Krylon pen added to the edges, and I made new antennae from gold wire. (The butterfly stamp does have it's own beautiful antennae but I removed them before shrinking, as any tiny sticky-out bits tend to curl up too much - very stressful)!!
Layered onto gold textured card and turquoise Bazzill, gold thread wrapped around the punched corners.

Card No. 3:- This one was quite difficult to photograph as the top layer is acetate and it looks much nicer in real life. (Honest - it does)! The large heart was stamped onto the acetate overlay with Staz-On Cotton White. Glamour Dust added (surprise surprise, as Cilla used to say). The inside is pale green Bazzill adhered to the back section, with two small hearts stamped in Olive Green ColorBox Ink. Edges inked with Topaz Versacolour. The darker green Bazzill, which creates the narrow border, is attached onto the outside of the acetate (on the back), so the acetate is sandwiched between the two layers. Orange and green ribbon, and a stamped sentiment complete the card.
Thank goodness she's finished I hear you say!!!! Have a great week.
Thanks for looking - lotsa hugs, Sylvia xxxx

Sunday 18 October 2009


Hi peeps - hope you are having a wonderful weekend!
This card is made with the "Ellie & Mo" freebie digi download from the lovely Debbie at The Crafty Pad, and I am entering it into their competition, which ends on 26th October. All entrants must use the image on their card, and they then have the chance to win a 6-week GDT at The Crafty Pad . The lucky winner will be chosen by Debbie and her team on 26th October.
Debbie also designs a range of beautiful rubber stamps which are available to purchase at The Crafty Pad.
Crafty ingredients:- Basic Grey papers, Copics, Stickles Glitter Glue, Retro punches (EK Success), Fiskars border punch, Versacolor ink pads used around the edges of the image. Thank you so much for looking - Hugs, Sylvia xxxx
Hugs, Sylvia xxx

Saturday 10 October 2009


Hi everyone - hope you've had a lovely day.
When I was hopping around blogland tonight I found a lovely new challenge blog called Crafty Catz(well new to me anyway) and this week's challenge is Snowmen and Snowflakes, so I immediately thought "ooooh - that step card I made a couple of weeks ago will just fit the bill", so here it is....hope you like it!!

The Snowman stamp is part of a set from Elusive Images,the greeting is from a Papermania set. X-Cut Snowflake punch and Fiskars border punch.
Candy Cane Stickles, and a sprinkling of Crystal Glamour Dust here and there!
Brocade Blue cardstock and ink from Stampin'Up.
Thanks for looking - hugs to everyone. Sylvia xxx

Friday 9 October 2009


Wow!! I am so happy to be the lucky winner of these amazing Blog Candy rubber stamp sets. Many thanks to Fliss at The Stampers Chef (and to her hubby for randomly picking my name out of the bag)!!! The stamps have been designed by the very talented Fliss for Hobby Art Stamps, and if you pop over to her blog you will see a direct link to Hobby Art where these gorgeous stamps are available to buy. They are part of "Felicity's Collection - Oodles of Doodles". As if the three stamp sets were not enough, Fliss generously included an A4 sheet of Kling-On Cushion Foam to mount the stamps onto. Thank you so much Fliss.
Have a great weekend everyone. Hugs, Sylvia xxx

Monday 5 October 2009


The Travelling "Ugly" Card arrived in West Yorkshire last week, sent to me by the lovely Lyn (Spyder). The card originated from Dianne Forst in Canada who thought it would be a great idea and lots of fun to see just how far her little card could travel!
And so the journey began - Dianne sent the card to Tracy, also in Canada, then it went to Jen in Hawaii, who sent it to Rita in Massachusetts. Rita sent it to Lyn, and Lyn passed the card to me here in Leeds, West Yorkshire.
12th October, 1.30pm. The Draw has now taken place and "Ugly" is on her way to Cath in Merseyside - enjoy! Thank you to all the lovely bloggers who joined in the fun!
Hugs, Sylvia xxxx

Tuesday 29 September 2009


Hi there! Another Ruby Wedding card for a friend, this time with a vintage feel. I have used one of my favourite rubber stamps - "Monsieur & Madam" from Inkadinkado. The papers are K&Co. "Madeline", the ornate corners and hearts were made with Cuttlebug dies.
MS Lace Doily border punch, Retro Flower punches from EK Success, leaf punch from Woodware. Added a teeny-weeny bit of Glamour Dust (of course) and a couple of Dew Drops.
Hope you like it 'cos it took ages to make - you know when you get one of those days when nothing seems to go according to plan - well that was today!!!!! (for me at any rate - hope it was a whole lot better for you, my lovely friends)!
Thank you for looking - Hugs, Sylvia xxx

Friday 18 September 2009


Morning everyone! Hope you have all had a great week. Just sharing a card I have made for a friend's birthday, using one of Claire's fabulous digi Doodle stamps, which I absolutely adore! If you pop along to Claire's lovely blog, you will find a link to her new on-line Doodles shop.
I am entering my card into this week's Copic Colour Challenge, and although I don't have the exact shades, it is allowed to use the nearest you've got! Daisy has been coloured using Copics YR07 Cadmium Orange, YG63 Pea Green, and Y21 Buttercup Yellow. (I only need another 118 Copic pens and I'll have the full set)!!!! The flower she is holding has been decoupaged, and as usual there has been a sprinkling of Glamour Dust! The grass has been added with the Copics (very artistic)!!! The clear gems are Dew Drops, and I popped one onto the flower 'cos it looks like a Dew Drop!
Other items used are Bazzill Witch Hazel cardstock, papers from K&Co, and MME Bloom & Grow, Brilliance Ink Pearlescent Rust and Distress Ink Tattered Rose.
Thanks for looking - have a lovely weekend. Hugs, Sylvia xxxxx

Sunday 13 September 2009


How fantastic to be asked by the lovely Debbie at
The Crafty Pad to be a Guest Designer for this week's Challenge - "Christmas Sparkle and Ribbon". Thanks so much Debbie - you know how excited I was!!
I have used one of Debbie's new Christmas stamp sets - Percy & Parker with Banner and separate greeting. If you pop over to The Crafty Pad you will see the full range of stamps designed by Debbie, including the fabulous new Christmas ones. (Debbie's stamps are available to purchase, with free p&p).
I have used red Bazzill cardstock, white card embossed with Swiss Dots CB folder, CB snowflakes, Nesties, ribbons from my stash, and a sprinkling of Glamour Dust (I think I'm addicted to it)!! Percy & Parker were coloured with Copics, and Stickles glitter glue, then cut out and curved slightly and attached with silicone glue to give a 3-d effect.
So, get out that ribbon and glitter and join in the fun! The prize is a 1-week GDT spot, and a stamp which the DT will be working with.
Hugs, Sylvia xxxxxxxx

Saturday 12 September 2009


Hi - just a quick note to say it's nice to be back from holiday (I do love holidays, but I also love to get back to my favourite things)! Just adding a couple of pics. I took when we visited Howick Hall Gardens in Northumberland - thought you might like to see them. The first is an old weathered door on the Church situated in the gardens, (it is actually used as the local village church). Thought the colours were so beautiful. The second photo is a maple leaf which had come to rest on the centre of an old stone cross laid in the church-yard. Just loved the contrast of the stone with the vivid colour of the leaf. Click on the pics. for a closer look.
Hugs, Sylvia xxx
PS: the church door photo does look quite pale, but that's just the way the photo turned out - must have been a sunbeam in the camera lense!

Friday 4 September 2009


Hi everyone! Sorry to desert you all, but duty calls - yes, I must accompany hubby on a holiday. No computer, no blogging, no crafting - how unfair is that!! Missing you already!
Hugs, Sylvia xxxxxx

Sunday 30 August 2009

I'm so happy to be one of the winners of Rozzy's First Ever Blog Candy Draw!

Just popped over to blogland and discovered that I have won a prize in Rozzy's First Ever Blog Candy Draw, which was run in conjunction with The Crafty Pad.
I'm so chuffed to have won, and congratulations to the other lucky winners too! Looking forward to receiving my prize Rozzy, and thanks again!!
Hugs, Sylvia xxxx

Friday 28 August 2009


Hi everyone - hope you're all having a lovely day! (It's been raining buckets in West Yorkshire)!
This is for a friend's Ruby Wedding - I stamped the Penny Black "Good Cheer" image in Versafine Smokey Grey, then heat embossed it before colouring. No Copics were harmed in the making of this card as I used watercolour pencils instead!
The background paper is from the K&Co Madeline collection, and I have also used the same papers for some of the flowers. I have used Bazzill Bling for the base card, Bazzill Basics for the layers and the leaves, and some red velvet ribbon (which I've had for ages and I nearly cried when I cut into it as I love it so much - you know the feeling don't you?)!
Punches used are Woodware grass, EK Success retro flowers and Martha Stewart doily lace border. Oh yes - almost forgot - the gems are those lovely little Dew Drops in a cute little bottle. Added a CB heart stamped with a "40", Anniversary stamp from Hero Arts, Glamour Dust here & there, and that's it!
Thanks so much for looking - Hugs, Sylvia xx

Wednesday 26 August 2009


I am such a happy bunny - Postman Pat has just delivered Lyn's amazing Blog Candy parcel which I won on Week 3 of her weekly blog candy draw! There are papers, peel-offs, charms, die-cuts, fibres, glitter - in fact you really can't see everything in the photo, as there is just so much, including a HUGE collection of Lyn's hand-stamped images, all ready to colour-in. The icing on the cake (or cherry on the ice-cream Sundae) is Lyn's fabulous Card-Wallet which holds all the images.
Thank you so much for your generosity Lyn.
Hugs, Sylvia xxxx

Wednesday 19 August 2009

Hi - it's warm and sunny here in West Yorkshire at the moment, so just couldn't resist taking these photos of the Oriental Lilies in the back garden - thought you might like to see them!! It's such a shame that we don't have "smelly-blog" - the scent is fabulous. We bought 4 bulbs about 6 years ago and every year they multiply and produce 4ft-high plants which have been re-potted over the years, into several large tubs. (Click on the pics. if you would like to see them in close-up)!
Hope you are all having sunshine too. Hugs, Sylvia xxxx

Tuesday 11 August 2009


Oooooh - this was a real challenge for me as I love colour, but thought I would take the Dottie's World Monochromatic Challenge to the extreme, and use white, shades of grey, through to black. I love this Mikey digi. image (from Charmed Cards & Crafts) and thought he would be perfect for the colour scheme. I have used Copics in Cool Grey No. 1 and Cool Grey No. 3, a black and a grey watercolour pencil (without the water), a Black Sakura Glaze pen for the hair, and I just had to add a bit of flesh colour to his skin (wouldn't have looked very attractive in grey)! The spotty paper is from Doodlebug and the stamp is from HOTP.
Thank you for visiting my blog.
Hugs, Sylvia xxx

Sunday 9 August 2009

FANTASY FILM BUTTERFLY - Charmed Somethings Challenge

Hi there - hope you are enjoying the lovely sunshine. We have had lots of beautiful butterflies in the garden this past few days, so I thought I would show you my card which has a butterfly made from two layers of Fantasy Film - OK so it's not as fabulous as the real thing, but it is a beautiful stamp (part of a set from Elusive Images). It's also great to try something a bit different every now and then! Hope you like it.
The green Bazzill card has been stamped with a Versamark ink pad and the Hero Arts Fancy Swirls background stamp. The useful little "Just for You" stamp is part of the Stamping for Him set by Clare Curd. Heart charm from my stash.
If you have never tried using Fantasy Film do give it a go - it is very easy to use and the Film comes in some fab. colours. Ink up your stamp with black ink, place two or three layers of Film over the upturned stamp, place a layer of vellum (parchment) over the Film, then apply heat for approx. 15 seconds with a dry iron. When the stamped image shows through the vellum you can remove the Film. Repeat with another colour of Film then cut out the two stamped images, and hey presto - it's done! Just apply some coloured glitter for extra bling! Love, Sylvia xxxx

Wednesday 5 August 2009

Well, there's nothing sheepish about Shelley, in fact she's a very outgoing kinda gal. Having had a complete make-over at the "In The Pink Beauty Barn" she's off to the Saturday night gig over at the farm in the next village, where she hopes to meet the Ram of her dreams. Only problem is - she just can't seem to shake off that posh bird Tamara Witter (aka T Witter) ......

This is my entry for this month's Challenge at
The Crafty Pad , using a cute little stamp set called "Shelley the Sheep and Twitter", designed by the lovely Debbie. Take a peek at her range of unique stamps which are available for sale at The Crafty Pad.
You can enter the Challenge more than once, and each project can also be submitted into "Rozzy's First Ever Blog Candy Draw" , to celebrate her 100th Follower.
The "rules" can be found at
Apart from the MME buttons and backing paper, all materials are leftover bits and bobs from my stash (pink papers are from Pink Petticoat).
Thank you for looking, Love, Sylvia