This is my 1st ever card! I didn't keep the outer wrapper so have no idea whose paper or embellishments I'm using, so hope you forgive me as I'm such a beginner!! lol
I layered up the petels and stuck a lilac rose on top and filled in the star with purple glitter pen. I punched the hearts in and added some purple star beading.
This is another of the Jaeger cards only I've covered over the star with some pretty pink paper and I used a punch in the corner of it. I also punched the corner of the card with a corner punch. I added the topper onto sticky pads to raise it up. I then added some extra little flowers from a Henbury set round the edge of the other flowers.
This cream card has been border punched with hearts and an accent punch and the little pictures and poem were in the shape of a bookmark, so I cut around them with wavy scissors and sticky pad the faces on but the poem flat. I then used a clear stencil block of flowers which I cut down into 3's and put on a ruby colour and then decorated with little seed pearls. I also coloured in the roses around the lady and man with red glitter pen.
This is a white embossed card that I decorated with some Henbury embellishments that I bought from Angel Crafts. I added a little pink butterfly after cutting round the door picture with zig-zag scissors and enhanced the flowers around the door with glitter gel pens. I also added a tiny pink bow to the flowers in the pot.
This is one I made today that I got the idea from a demonstrator for DoCrafts.com who was at the Range Shop in Colchester. I folded a mint green A4 size of card and glued some zig-zag cut Henbury pink paper inside. I corner punched the tops and bottoms of the card. I cut out two ovals, one with Henbury pink rosebuds and the other plain pink for the back and then embellished with a raised plastic flower. I added Henbury flowers on front and back page and a little pink butterfly and a tag saying 'Have A Perfect Day' - all in all, I'm quite pleased with what I've made, but especially this last one!
The Range Shop in Colchester has aisle upon aisle of every craft item you can imagine so I had a field day there and Hubby Mike's wallet is quite a bit lighter now!!