Today's sponsor is:
Crafty Individuals is an exciting web based venture into the creative world of craft and altered art products for long term friends and business partners, Jean Hardy and Malcolm Noble. Jean is a practising artist, avid crafter, and teacher, and Malcolm is a professional photographer, and we live and work in the North East of England. Both of us are fully involved in the design and manufacture of the Crafty Individuals unique brand of popular and top quality art rubber stamps, cutting dies, masks/stencils, and paper craft products.
In the beginning we concentrated on creating a beautiful, top quality, range of unique art rubber stamps, inspired by all things vintage but still with a contemporary feel, and with something to appeal to everyone. Our classic Individual range of stamps features fine and detailed collage style focal designs, and the newer Elements sets of rubber stamps feature themed sets of images to enable you to build your own background designs and collaged art and craft projects. Since then we have added lovely, professionally printed, books of craft papers, image sheets, and printed tags to the range, more recently followed by adorable masks/stencils, and top quality thin metal cutting dies. We also have a carefully chosen range of other essential ‘Must Have’ products on our website to complement your crafting experience.
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Here I present to you one of the most strange
cards I have ever made: an easel card with a
red coaster looking like a snowflake and a red
flower / star on top of it. This is what the main
font part looks like. And yes, it is a little heavy.
How do you make a heavy front like that stand
up without falling down? Well I took my other
red coaster (with hearts), cut it and placed it
as a "stopper" and it seems to work!
The white ribbon with flowers is from Crafty
Ribbons and can be found right HERE.
What do you think? I like it! Hope you
like it too and can get inspiration to make
something with coasters you don't use!
* A Creative Romance:
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* Craftitude: Anything Goes /
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