Monday, 25 June 2012

I'm still here!!! Wahoo...just in time for blog hop time :0)

Well I'm back...what with gallivanting and Royal Ascot and football tournaments and school meetings I haven't done much else......except having a play and making samples which I haven't been able to share, hence no posts. I am here today though to share a sneak peek from a new range from Crafters Companion, I in my opinion it is one of there best yet, I'm liking it just as much as Humphery and that's saying something!! So to celebrate the launch we are having a blog hop, yay!

As many of you know, Christmas starts in June for many papercrafters, so Crafter's Companion are starting to feel a little festive, launching the first of a new range, with artwork designed by artist Ian Hallows. The ‘Christmas in Mulberry Wood’ range (including six stamps, co-ordinating CD-ROM and two papercrafting collections by Hunkydory) will be Pick of the Week on Create & Craft from Midday on Friday!

To celebrate the launch, Crafter's Companion have organised a Blog Hop around some of the Design Team's blogs! If you have landed here from Pam's blog then you are hopping in the right direction. If not then you need to pop over to the Crafters Companion Newsblog to begin.

Everyone on the Design Team had so much fun creating with this new range from Crafter’s Companion and to celebrate the launch of these stunning new collections on Friday 29th June you have the chance to win the brand new 'Christmas in Mulberry Wood' CD-ROM.

All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning this great prize is visit each blog in order and then go back to the Crafter’s Companion News Views and Inspiration Blog to leave a comment about the range and the sneak peeks you’ve seen. On Friday June 29th, Crafter's Companion will pick two comments at random, to win the prize.

Here is what I have made using the cd with one sheet from the arid companion section and some of the gorgeous papers...



What's that then you say, well it my first ever double twisted easel card and certainly not my last :0)






I used my spray and sparkle which looks much better in real life.







I hope you like what you have seen so far :0)
From here, you need to hop to Gemma’s blog.




Keep popping back each day this week to see more sneak peeks!


bye for now, hugs B xx

20 comments:

  1. Wow love this card the colours are so pretty

    Hugs Pam xxx

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  2. I really like your card!

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  3. gorgeous card, such lovely sweet images and fabulous layout

    Sue

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  4. I've never attempted to create this type of easel card (haven't made many easel cards anyway), but maybe I should give it a try myself. Also love the tree embellishments.

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  5. Soooo sweet! Everything! I'd love to make something like that. Hopefully soon :) Thanks for inspiration.
    Eret xx

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  6. I love the double easel card the images are gorgeous, love the papers.

    Hugs Julie x

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  7. Your card is lovely, it displays the beautiful images so well.

    Jo x

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  8. A Lemony, Christmassy Delight!
    I Love this!!! :0)
    The colour you went with is just so perfect for the image and really draws out the tones in the paper you chose too.. just gorgeous hun.
    Love, love, love this whole creation.
    Hugs,
    Karen.xx

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  9. Loving the look of this new range with adorable characters soooooo cute

    Lisa ~ C ~ 1973

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  10. wELL DONE ON YOUR 1ST TWEISTED EASLE CARD
    nICKY

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  11. lovely card, love the colours angxxxx

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  12. This is lovely, am loving thsi collection too :) xx

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  13. Love this card Bianca!!, totally love these type of images!! Can't wait till Friday!!!
    Debbie x

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  14. Just lovin that elephant. Beautiful cards on all blogs, all so different. Sue x

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  15. Lovely card and the colours are unusual for Christmas.

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  16. WOW seriously thats the only word to describe this card!!!!
    Marie xx

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  17. how lovey your card looks great welldone
    sue x x

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  18. Wow gorgeous work !looks like there is so much to do with the cd-rom ,i have got to treat myself to it !

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