Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Fancy a cuppa??

Hello friends
Today is another bonus paper card from this month's edition of Cardmaking and Papercraft Magazine.
These papers are particularly busy so it helped placing a panel of white cardstock 
as a base for the Tea Service die cuts.
Layering Classic Petal Edgeabilities® provides interest at the base of the card and
Framed Tags One is used for the stamped sentiment.
So look what the postman brought yesterday....
goodies for the studio/shop and there is more on the way!
The Artisan X-plorer Machine, bezels, dies, inspiration books and metals.
I will keep you posted of all new items.
The snow has gone but the weather is bitterly cold here and no sunshine.
I went shopping for Easter eggs yesterday and somehow a few extra Cadbury Buttons 
eggs fell into my basket..never quite sure how that happens! 
Take care friends.


baconbits said...

Morning Christine,
A very spring feel to this card - fresh and crisp (ohjust like the weather).
Does the Artisan still cut and emboss like the GC?
Amanda x

jucrook said...

Morning Christine. It sounds like you need danger money when you go shopping if chocolate hurls itself into your basket against your will!! Not buying chocolate this year - we are off on our hols on Friday. Seems that the States are also a bit cold too. Love the projects that you've been featuring over the last few days. Have packed all my crafty stuff away although not before I made my Easter cards. Hope to stock yp on crafty goodies while away and planning to scrap our adventures whe we get back. Have a lovely day. Ju

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine. Love your card today and you really show what can be done with busy papers.
Looking forward to seeing what else you have got coming to your shop/studio. Take care. .X.

Elizabeth said...

Hi Christine, oooooo how lovely all those goodies. Lovely card today too. Yes it is bitterly cold here - I don't like it. Do you know, I have the same problem as you with chocolate when I go shoppng...hehehe. Bet we are not on or own either...!!!
Keep warm.
Elizabeth x

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Morning Christine another lovely card, the papers are so fresh and pretty and love the dies. Wow some wonderful goodies there! Hugs Susan x

Bea said...

What a cheery card Christine - I just love a cuppa!

Janice said...

Morning Christine

Another lovely card using those Spring-like papers. How exciting.....more goodies for your shop :-)
Have a lovely day
Janice x

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Christine, A lovely spring-like card today, like a ray of sunshine on the eyes.
Oh !! all those goodies, looking forward to hearing about the new machine.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine. What a pretty card. Love the bright, happy colours. Especially love the banner with the small butterflies.

All those crafting goodies. I bet it's like playing in a toy shop when you get them.

Val in Spain xxx

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine

Wow what a great card i love how you seem to always calm busy papers down ,you certainly have the knack .

Also like the look of the new goodies especially the machine , more info needed please .

As for those buttons enjoy !!

Elaine H X

Janice said...

Such a pretty card. The banners and teapot is like a summer fete. Glad to hear that stock is coming in thick and fast.... I can see myself having to visit pretty soon!!!. Janice xx

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
A very bright spring like card. pity the weather is not the same, as you say its bitterly cold.
Thar new machine looks intriguing will you be giving us a run down on what it does? that would be good.
Enjoy your buttons.

Cornish Emma said...

Morning Christine, lovely cheerful card suitable for so many occassions. Luckily i don't like chocolateso i don't have that problem! Sorry guys but sunshine here this morning and the washing it out. Emma

Jean Z said...

Hi Christine, lovely card today very clean looking and fresh Love Jean Zxx

hazel young said...

Lovely card Christine love the pattern on the teacups. OOo that postman parcel looks very exciting can you do a feature on the new machine please. xx hazel

Anonymous said...

very pretty card today Christine Is the new machine an update on the Grand Caliber? Bitterly cold here but sun is shining. Enjoy your chocolate buttons!
Val C xx

Carolyn H. said...

Hi Christine, What a lovely little card you've made today, fresh,crisp and Springlike for sure.
I bet you get really excited when the postman knocks bearing parcels from Spellbinders, I know I would.
Sunny and bright here, birds are singing there little hearts out, doing thier best to encourage Spring into action!!
Enjoy your Chocolate Buttons, not too many all at once now.
Crafty best wishes, Carolyn. x

Rose in Chester said...

Well Christine, you continue to make cards which are lovely and fresh and positively invitations for spring to finally arrive. Pity that it doesn't.......
Freezing cold here, too and threatening to dump some more of the white stuff......
Take care,
Rose (in Chester)

Ita said...

Hi Christine what a sweet card,love the soft colours.,your goodys look great.
lots of playing I think Christine lol

Sally said...

Hi Christine, Another lovely card, very spring like, even if the weather's not.

When my children were young (I have three) I used to like the offers of buy one Easter egg get one free, because I had three Children, I always had a spare egg.......which seem to disappear before Easter...very yummy. x

Carole Z said...

Hi Christine, I love is card, super layout and really pretty papers...ooooh you have Artisan X-plorers! I'm truly drooling , enjoy! Carole Z xx

Sandra said...

Oh Christine, what a happy parcel!!!, what does the Artisan Explorer do? Must have been under a rock or something as not heard about it !
Now, I just passed by those papers in my magazine , but you made them look fantastic! You are simply amazing!
Thanks also for your lovely comment on my blog , I hope you don't mind if I mention that i bought my dies from you!
Anyway get back to your lovely new goodies.
Warm hugs
Sandra xx

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