ATCs for Port Sunny

It’s Port Sunny tomorrow and approx 28 (Wow!) KCUK members are meeting up there, so I thought I’d better break the habit of a lifetime and actually make some ATCs. Nothing fancy cos my hands won’t let me play too much at the moment, but I’m hoping I’ll have enough!!!



I’m BACK………..Katy’s Corner’s closed and I have a project in Craft Stamper!

Katy’ s Corner is finally closed. If you’ve been one of my loyal customers (and there are many) I thank you for your support – it’s been wonderful to meet so many lovely people and there are some I will really miss.
I’m now trying to piece back the bits of my life I lost while eating, sleeping and breathing Katy’s Corner over the last eight years – including finding a job or I won’t be eating, let alone buying more Craft Supplies, lol!
Had a great day on Saturday, visiting Port Sunlight Stamp show and yes, I bought new stamps. What a joy to be able to buy stamps I personally like for the first time in years and not to have to work solely with the ones I sell – it was a delight, if somewhat expensive.
I had a Stamping Contrasts feature coming up and was chuffed to see one of my projects in print. Since I was still in business when I submitted, I can publish it here, which isn’t the case with the ones I’m working on now – I’ll have to wait three months before I can publish those online. So here it is………..

It’s only simple – one of our tag book kits decorated with Adirondack dye and pigment inks, but it was one of those projects which is fun to do – I really enjoyed it! Image and words from Time to Stamp.

I hope to be more active on here as soon as I get a LOT of things sorted out, but will try to pop in from time to time until I have more time. I hope to be playing a little more in the next few weeks – just for fun and not cos I HAVE to 🙂

Oops – where have I been?????

Been making sample cards for the upcoming show (Port Sunlight) so thought I’d share some of the fun ones here – someone else’s idea, I might add – I don’t have much imagination at the moment 😦
Lots of 3D elements, which my scanner doesn’t like, as you can see from the Charleston girl card, but they really are fun to make and fun to look at. Haven’t finished yet, so will upload some of the others when I finish them. Stamps are I Brake for Stamps and the card fronts are made with Cuttlebug Embossing folders. Images coloured with Tombow markers.