Thankyou For stopping by to visit my little crafting corner. I have just started an online business www.acraftersheaven.com.au to sell my cards and I am also selling craft supplies. I love reading all your comments, and am happy to answer any questions.

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Stay safe,

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Hugs and Kisses Saturated Canary

Good afternoon. Hope you're keeping well.  
Another image by the talented Saturated Canary, this is a new one to my collection called Hugs and Kisses.  I'm sorry for the very poor photography, I just cant seem to take a goood picture with my new camera (well it was cheap so I cant really complain)... the second close up is a little less blurred!  I have used papers from a Bo Bunny pad called Isabella Collection.  I have used flowers from WOC and the butterfly die cut is a Cheery Lynn set.  The dangle charm I made myself and I have dotted some dimensional pearls in the corner.  Organza ribbon is from my stash.  I have also added some dimension magic to the hearts and stickles to the lace around the hearts.

I would like to enter in to the following challenges:
Allsorts: 1,2,3... 1 image, 2 DP's 3 embellishements (charm, flowers, ribbon)
Bearly Mine: anything goes
Craft your passion: ribbon or lace
Fussy and Fancy: Flowers

Copics used:
RV 13, 23, 25
R 20, 85
E 000, 00, 23, 44, 50, 53, 57, 59
BV 0000, 00, 02, 04
B 14, 28 (eyes)

Thansk for stopping by, Stay safe XOX Tania

Southern Girls Challenge for the kids

Hello thanks for stopping by.  Its challenge time over at the Southern Girl Challenge, and  this fortnight the challenge is children.  I choose the beautiful Haley by Saturated Canary.  The papers are from a Bo Bunny pad called Prairie Chic.  The banner is from a sheet of die cuts (sorry don't know the brand) and the flowers are from WOC.  The little butterflies are the punch outs from a Martha Stewart butterfly edge punch, and the sentiment is Kaiser.

So pop on over to the Southern Girls Challenge and enter now!

Copics used are:
BG0000, 01, 05, 49
B000, 12, 28
E00, 04, 23, 31, 33, 42, 50
YR0000, 000
G82, 99
R20, 81, 85
N0, 1

I would like to enter into the banners challenge over at chocolate, coffee, cards

Thanks for stopping by, stay safe XOX Tania

Friday, March 15, 2013

Saturated Canary Roses are red, Violets are Blue

Good morning. Here's one I did yesterday.  I coloured up my new Saturated Canary digi called "roses are red violets are blue".  I followed the sketch from Sketch and stash, only rotated it, BUT by rotating it to suit my image, I didnt have a vertical sentiment, so used a round one from LOTV.  I hope this still meets criteria. I have added loads of flowers from WOC.  and into the flowers I added some white glitter twirly things from the local $2 shop.  I made the charm quiet a while ago from pearls, rhinestone spacers, and a crystal bead I had from my jewellery making days.  The 2 design papers are from an Authentique pad called Fresh.  The dragon fly die cut is Cheery Lynn.  The craft card and ribbon from stash.

I would like to enter in to the following challenges:
Saturated Canary- Read all about it (I have used a sentiment/text)

Copics used:
YR 0000, 000
E 000, 00, 04, 23, 31, 33, 40, 42, 43, 53 
G 05, 09, 82, 99
R 24, 27, 29, 39
BG 0000, 01, 05

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Saturated Canary Belle

Hello!!! two cards in one night...amazing!!! haha!  I bought a couple of images from Saturated Canary last night and then realised, I hadn't colored this girl up yet.  So I thought it best to use the older images, before I did the new ones :-) this gorgeous girl is called Belle and you can get her here. I am just loving my newly aquired Bo Bunny pad "Isabella Collection" both DP came from this pad.  The flowers are WOC, the swirl die is Magnolia.  The charm, ribbon and rhinestones all from my stash. 

I would like to enter in to the following challenges:
Paper Take Weekly Challenge 1-2-3: one charm, 2 Design Papers, 3 butterflies

copics used: 
YR 0000, 000, 01
E 00, 43, 04, 19, 23
G 05, 09
R 81, 85
BV 00, 02, 04
N 1, 4, 6
BG 0000

Thanks for stopping by, Stay safe XOX Tania

Magnolia Tilda with Tulips

Good evening, Thanks for stopping by. I have another of those pull out step cards... I'm sure there's a proper name for it, but I don't know!  This time I have used magnolia Tilda with Tulips.  The papers are from the Isabella Collection pad by Bo Bunny.  flowers are WOC. swirl die cut is Magnolia, and dragonfly die cut is Cheery Lynn.  Butterfly die cut is My Favorite Things.  Splashes of stickles and dimension magic.

I hope you like my card

copics used:
YR 0000, 000
E 00, 42, 43, 50, 53, 23
N 0, 1, 4
R 20, 81
RV 23, 25
G 00, 02, 05

Thanks for stopping by, Stay Safe XOX Tania

Monday, March 4, 2013

Magnolia Secretive Tilda and some exciting news

Good morning! WOW it has been forever since I've posted here! I have been super busy the last couple of months, but the best achievement I have made is falling pregnant with my third baby (second pregnancy)!!! We are so super excited and so are the kids.... due on the 1st of September, I am 14 weeks pregnant :-)  

I have been working on a couple of cards... this one is a pull out step card using a magnolia image called Secretive Tilda.  I like this design of card because you only use the one design paper.  I have used sheets from a Bo Bunning pad called Prairie Chic Collection. The flowers and chandeliers are WOC, the dragonfly is cut using a Cheery Lynn die.  The little butterflies are the punch outs from my Martha Stewart pop up butterfly edger.  The friendship stamp is from whimsy cut with the coordinating die.  the little banners are from a sheet of die cuts (sorry, not sure of brand).  I have tied off the banner with some divine twine

Hope you like it :-) Check out Southern Girls Challenge this week, they are asking to see banners or pennants on your creations.  Hope I have inspired some creativity in you. Stay safe XOX Tania 

I would like to enter in to the following challenges:
Wild Orchid Challenge: use daisies (I have used cosmos daisies)
Crafts and Me Challenges: use dies or punches
CMC Challenge: Anything goes