Thursday, May 31, 2012

Grid guide

To make a quick and simple grid card, all you need is a postcard layout and some pp (free downloads from Internet) and a square punch.

Here is a blank postcard from the Graphic's Fairy.

The lines on the postcard guide you with straight lines.
I just stamped a postmark, top and bottom, and assembled it.
Have a lovely day!

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Different design with inchies

Today I have a different design with inchies, but just as effective on a card.

 I got sent to me an envelope full of scraps, beautiful papers and this is what I made with some of them. Thanks to Suzz, who so generously sent them to me!

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

A grid with butterflies

Very; very easy to do if you have a Butterfly punch. I used the scraps of the scraps to punch out some coordinating colors and patterns for this card.

Quick, simple and effective.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Vintage Postcard Inchie grid

We live near a beautiful little village where there is a very old book shop. In front of it is a big container full of old books and postcards which one can take for free and with those I made this grid.

This is an assortment of some of the postcards which have been used on both sides, as the old writing in French is just as nice to compliment the grid as well as the front side which has a picture. Very old fashioned, but oh so nice to play around with!
Have a lovely sunday.

Mix and match and added sewing

Another way to use up all the snippets and cut-outs which need to find a home. The added feature to this card is sewing, which I love to do ...