Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Peaches and Cream!

Hello Everyone

I was just looking out the of the window and it is so dull and damp so I thought I would post a quick bright and happy card.  It was a card that I made a couple of months ago for one of the Spellbinder shows.  I received some lovely emails so I hope that some of you had a go since I demo'd it.

I have used the Classic Scallop Edgeability set which I am particularly fond of.  I have used one of the inserts to made the eyelets to thread the vintage ribbon through - this is particularly good as it is soft and manageable.

 I also used the scallop edge to make the K and Co paper attractive.  The distress ink that I have used is Spiced Marmalade and I have popped it on all edges.  I then used baker's twine and layered a Piquot edge circle with a greeting on top.

I hope that you like my little bit of sunshine,
Bye for now
Jo x


  1. This is a lovely cheerful card Jo

    Jackie x

  2. A lovely sunny card for a very drab and damp day. I love it.
    Hugs Amanda x

  3. I love this card, the colours are so bright and cheerful. The scallop edges and ribbon both look fab.

  4. Hi Jo
    This really is a sunny card and a welcome change from all the Christmas scenes still littering my desk. Although I don't have K & Co paper I'm sure I could find something suitable in my stash and I must remember to ink the cut edges as it adds another dimension.
    Happy Christmas to one and all.

  5. Hi Jo
    I love Kay & Co paper and this card is a beautiful example of what you can do with it


  6. Hi Jo,
    A lovely ray of sunshine to brighten our day, thank you.
    All my xmas cards done (I hope) looking forward to Geetings cards in the New Year, no red gold and glitter ;-))))

  7. Im liking this very much, must start using more ribbon
    Pauline B

  8. Found your blog really inspirational lots of lovely ideas. Will be visiting again.