More ‘Whoville’ Trees, Patterns & Parcels.

To add to yesterday’s new collection of quirky trees, here are some more fun trees, plus some wrapped presents for underneath the tree! To compliment these graphics, there is also a set of bold spotted, dotted and striped printable papers in reds and greens. High resolution 12×12 inch papers to decorate all your Christmas projects. Pop over to my ETSY store to see them and all my other ranges of Christmas graphics now!IMG_3618


Advent Doodle Update

We’re now over half way through the Advent Doodle challenge, and I’ve been doodling away in the background, so today I thought I’d share with you a selection of doodles that didn’t all make it to the final calendar. It’s been a  really fun experience and I’ve enjoyed experimenting with my style on some subjects I wouldn’t usually tackle. I’m quite pleased with the results and I hope you like them too. If you pop over and visit Faye Brown’s blog, you can also view her posts showcasing some of her favourite doodles so far and she very kindly included my robin in her first showcase.

Also checkout my advent doodle gallery post here.


Quick Winter Wishes Cards

I’ve finally made a few cards for this year, so I thought I’d share them. I used the digi papers, snowflake, sentiment and tree graphics from my Festive Flakes collection and they were all very simple to make. I used some 125mm x 125mm pale blue and white textured card blanks, a sheet of inkjet printable organza from Crafty Computer Papers, a few assorted scraps of silver organza, some glitter card, some stick-on pearls and my trusty sewing machine with some silver  metallic thread.

I printed one of my digi papers onto the printable organza and a couple of others onto paper, then I cut them, and the other scraps of organza and glitter card,  into squares of varying sizes. It was all fairly random, I then layered  a selection of these squares in the middle of the card front and stitched them onto the card front using a medium zig-zag stitch in metallic thread. I topped them off with the embellishments and a sentiment panel which I printed out on glossy photo paper and fixed using 3d sticky dots.

I hope you like them.

Limited Edition Twinkle Star Digi Stamps

These festive Twinkle Star seasonal stamps with “Twinkle and Sparkle” and “Seasonal Sparkle” hand drawn greetings are new in my online store this week.

This set is a limited edition with only 50 non-profit (personal use) and 10 commercial license sets available. Ideal for creating highly decorative winter and Christmas ornamental cards and decorations these designs can be coloured to your own colour scheme. They would make beautiful embellishments for festive tags, cards, gift bags and much, much more.

You can now also purchase a CD of my entire Festive Flakes collection to make beautiful winter seasonal cards, tags and crafts. There are so many things you can make with all the designs on this CD.

CD contains: Festive Flakes graphics (14 elements), Festive Flakes digi stamps (14 elements, not available separately), 24 8×8 inch Festive Papers, Festive Trees graphics (10 elements) and Festive Frames graphics and sentiments (15 elements, not available separately). Plus bonus visual reference guide PDF, web gallery with slideshow and inspiration gallery with project examples. RTghe CD also includes over 45 free samples of graphics, clipart and papers for all occasions (freebies  are for personal use only). All this with free P&P too.

Get all the images below on one CD!



Advent Doodle Challenge

Fellow designer Faye Brown has a fun Advent Doodle Challenge over on her blog – the challenge is to create a doodle a day for every day in December. I haven’t had much time to blog or doodle recently, but I’m going to at least attempt to do some of these doodles!

You can get all the details, plus a template, over on Faye’s blog. There are no real rules, just share your doodles on Facebook and Twitter and tag your Tweets #adventdoodle. Enjoy!

Here’s a quick doodle of Christmas Pressies to start!

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