Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Craftwork Cards Sweet Meadow Collection

These lovely summery cards were made using the new Craftwork Cards Sweet Meadow collection, which is new in store at Foil Play.
The collection comprises a delicious selection of beautifully co-ordinating toppers, papers, greetings, mats and card candy.
As you can see, using just a small section of the papers from the collection will add a touch of luxury to your cards, and several of the designs lend themselves particularly well to decoupaging elements.
The Sweet Meadow collection includes:
  • 8 x 8 inch designer paper pack;
  • 8 x 8 inch embossed & washed paper pack;
  • Die cut bunting;
  • Die cut tags;
  • Die cut elegant square messages;
  • Ribbon messages;
  • Skinny die cut messages;
  • Stitched elegance square die cut mats;
  • Granny Smiths and Love Me Do Card Candi.
You can pick and choose which elements of the collection you purchase, Foil Play is selling all of the die cut sheets individually, rather than in packs.
The collection will of course also co-ordinate beautifully with many other Craftwork Cards products.

Monday, 20 June 2011

Kanban Carnaby Street elegant ladies cards

I've just restocked (again!) the very popular Carnaby Street holographic foiled & die cut toppers and co-ordinating card from Kanban.
I made this selection of cards using the Carnaby Street toppers, as you can see they make very striking cards - ideal for stylish lady recipients!
I also used some black & silver greetings banners from Craft UK which co-ordinated well, along with a sprinkling of bling and some Sizzix die cut swirls.
The co-ordinating Kanban embossed bobble dots card in red and black is proving very popular too, a whole selection of other colours is also available to add a touch of texture to your projects.
One of the topper sheets (Bond Street Babes) that I used to create these cards is pictured below.
I've been busy restocking other products over the last week too, including many popular Kanban Christmas toppers - sorry to mention the 'C' word in June, but I know that many of you are already getting ahead of the game with your Christmas cards.