Monday, 8 July 2013


Hi everyone, and an extra special hello to my latest followers I hope that you enjoy sharing my crafty journey. Well what a weekend, consecutive days of blistering sunshine here in the UK, and Andy Murray winning Wimbledon, watching that match yesterday was worth wasting the sunshine. This incredible heat however has heated my craftroom up beyond tolerance!! I now am the proud owner of a sauna!!!! (the joys of being at the top of the house). Anyway hope that you are all enjoying this current spell of hot weather.
Following some lovely comments regarding my recent post "Be Unique" Which also went onto feature me in the "designer spotlight" at Simon Says Stamp which I am thrilled about. I have had another play in a similar style.

  I love that this style allows me to use up scraps of leftover papers this time using some gelli print leftovers and DP leftovers with the addition of some washi tape.. Again the main image has been stenciled using gloss black embossing paste through a splodgeaway stencil.

Anyway off now to make something completely different (heat permitting lol)
Thanks for popping by and see you soon
Amanda X


  1. Wow, this card is fantastic, Amanda.

    Have a wonderful week

  2. Ooooh this is great, might have to try this out, love it

    Sam xxx

  3. This looks great and love the image
    x catherine

  4. A fabulous card, Amanda and huge congrats on your SSSaS feature - so well deserved with your beautiful make.
    Alison x

  5. Fabulous! Just ordered some black embossing paste. Anxious to give it a go after seeing your beautiful project. Thanks for the inspiration!

  6. Fabulous style Amanda and congrats on being spotlighted.
    Have a great week.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

  7. Wow again this is so stunning and awesome card. What a fantastic idea to use up all those scraps lol. Kezzy :-) xxx

  8. What a great collaged card Amanda! A unique look!

    kind regards, Alie :-)

  9. oh this looks great!
    Groetjes karin


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