Winnie and Walter

Featuring Winnie and Walter products

Sparkly Hydrangea

Hi everyone!

It’s been a while since I played with my Winnie & Walter stamps and as my hydrangea is just starting to bloom, I chose the gorgeous hydrangea stamp from their Addie’s Garden set. I embossed the flower and leaves with silver embossing powder from Hero Arts and then coloured them using my Twinkling H20’s. I fussy cut the images and then stuck them to my bas card using differing depths of foam tape.

I added an older sentiment from Hero Arts, some stickles and a few Pretty Pink Posh sequins to finish it off.

I’m entering this card into the current challenges hosted by  A Blog Named Hero (Florals/Winnie & Walter) and The Flower Challenge (Embossing Heat/Dry).

Thanks for stopping by!

LucieG.

White on White Thanks

Hi everyone

I didn’t have too much time to craft today but wanted to do a white-on-white card, which is the theme for the current Addicted to CAS challenge.

I used dies from Memory Box, Winnie and Walter and Penny Black to cut regular white cardstock and glitter cardstock (but I’m afraid you can’t see the glitter very well). Anyway, I thought I’d add a vellum panel behind the main die cut image… then I added some flowers…. then some pearls… I couldn’t stop myself….. Not sure the end result really qualifies as CAS, although in my defence there is still a fair bit of white space….

Thanks for looking!

LucieG.

Cheers!

Hi everyone!

I love the colour combination for this week’s Color Throwdown challenge (red, orange, purple and yellow) and I made this quick card using the sketch from the current Case this Sketch challenge.

I applied distress ink to a Hero Arts background stamp and spritzed it with Perfect Pearls before stamping to give the panel a little bit of shimmer. The word die is also cut from a shimmery cardstock and is by Winnie & Walter.

Thanks for stopping by!

LucieG