Australian Made Chipboard
Hi Everyone just a couple of simple easy Christmas items to share with you this month the tags and the card all take less than 30 minutes and my non traditional christmas Lo in colours that best represent our christmas colours I chose to use texture past on the chippies to make it look a bit like snow…Continue
Yes this month we have been asked to share an altered piece of Scrapmatt's with you, why would you alter you awesome Scrsapmatt's well maybe you can visualize them as something else like what I hear you ask well when at the August craft fair I saw the snowflakes and could see them as flowers and layers with in a flower so below is a card I would like to share with you doing just this…Continue
Tones of grey, whites and blacks, like a old film on the tv are expressive, they have a lot of emotion caught up in them. The can be dramatic, or romantic, packed with action, take your pick. After a while of accepting the art for the way that it is, you stop even noticing it's not in color, just as a good film draws you in black and white or not, good art will do the same.
Art can touch your soul, inspire you, and bring you to know things about your self you never knew before. If you…Continue
The ancient Chinese were known to give messages for the New Year, the ancient Egyptians exchanged written greetings on papyrus. Wood-block printed cards were used in Germany in the 1400’s, but machine-printed greeting cards were not developed until the 1800’s. Sir Henry Cole (1808-188) is credited with being the first person to use mass-produced greeting cards, in the sense that we know them today.…Continue