Monday, 29 January 2018

Wonderful response, Sketched Blooms 2 and Picket Fence!

Hello friends

Did you have a nice weekend?
They go so quickly.

Thank you so much for the wonderful response to Hope and Charm-ing

They are proving so popular, there is still some available but limited.
I'm only able to create so many for each collection so definitely first come basis.
I was asked how often there would be a collection and it will be every two months,
so six collections a year :)

Today's project is using a couple of the pre-order Die D-Lites

This design of flower reminds me of a child's drawing, very sunny and upright.
I've die cut from white card and inked the flower, fence and grass.
My card mat has a glow of yellow distress ink for the background.

The stamp is an oldie and I'm going to find the packaging to let you know.
I'm so disorganised with my stamps, I've recently purchased one of those books
with plastic inserts but haven't quite built up to the challenge of putting them in!
How do you store your stamps?  
I'm really interested in finding an easy solution.

I'm happy with the simplicity of this card and there's something so
charming about a picket fence.

Items used today with clickable links:

Heading to the cabin now to get crafting, take care friends.


lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
Love you Card its very pretty.

margaret driscoll said...

Good Morning Christine
I have so many stamps they are all in boxes, of which there are many!!!
I have tried to keep them to Christmas, and then all the rest.
Love the success of your Charms!
Pretty card today!
Love Marg

hazel young said...

Lovely card, stamp and die Christine. I store my stamps in cases like the stampin up cases. Basically DVD cases without the inside bit there. Hope that makes sense. Then I make a cover to go inside the plastic sleeve on the cover. I type the name and brand on the spine xx hazel

Teresa Doyle said...

Such a fresh, spring like card Christine, a nice reprieve.
My craft room is approx. 10'x 11' and on one 11' wall I have 5 shelves built spaced apart to hold my Stampin Up boxes so I can see what I have. I store the largest boxes on the top row and they are spaced (according to what I have) to go down to the smallest boxes being on the bottom shelf. Below that I have a narrow counter running the full 11' length of the wall with 4 bookcases below the counter. There I have many storage boxes for random stamp and sets all labeled for easy reference.

Anonymous said...

Good morning Christine nice simple looking but meaningful card. The sentiment is very nice. As for my stamps well they are just all in a big plastic box!! Best wishes Jackie x

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Christine, A really lovely and effective CAS card, I love the yellow 'glow' underneath and emanating out from the lovely flower stem.
Speaking of stamp storage, I have lots and lots of lever arch files that I put plastic sleeves inside and put the stamps inside the sleeves, I also have a large plastic box full of stamps, and I have another large plastic box full of Christmas stamps too.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Christine
Great card today, and I loved the charms from yesterday. Great idea to have them in a themed bag.
I keep my stamps in a container that my chicken breasts come in. No lids just a plastic box. I get my chicken breasts wholesale from my son in law. Weird or what but they serve the purpose.

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine
Sorry i am late but better late than never .
A beautiful crisp clean card love the colours used .
My stamps are in a very sturdy box ,i must get them out as i really don't stamp often enough .
Take Care
Elaine H X

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