Wednesday, November 26, 2014

1950's Christmas bowl

I have made this cute card bowl from a 1950's pattern using the new card available from The Fruit Pixie. In the 1950's they made them from old Christmas cards which is such a good idea but I think it looks rather good this new card.

For full instructions visit the Fruit Pixie blog -

This card is available from the Fruit Pixie shop -

Art Deco wedding card

This month a friend in my German class was married. She was having an Art Deco themed wedding, so of course I had to make an Art Deco inspired card.

The bride and groom are from Tattered lace and the frame I cut on my Cricut from their Art Deco cartridge. The papers, ribbon,buckle and sentiment are all form the Gatsby collection that was out a while ago by Craft time.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Autumn leaf wreath

Autumn is almost over now but I love the wonderful colours of the leaves. So I decided to make a wreath of autumn colour leaves to remind me of the beauty of autumn all year round.

This was made as a project for the Fruit Pixie and I have put a photo tutorial on the Fruit Pixie blog if you would like to make one for yourself -

 Or if you would like to buy the products I used to make my wreath, the Fruit Pixie has a new section in the shop where you will find a shopping list for the design team projects -

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Graphic 45 paper pumpkin

I had so much fun making this little pumpkin, I don't know why I have not played with this idea before, its so quick and easy and has so many ways you can use it.

  For my pumpkin I used the wonderful Graphic 45 Steampunk Spells paper collection available from The Fruit Pixie but you could make beautiful autumn pumpkins decorated with acorns and leaves too.

If you would like full instructions on how to make this little pumpkin then visit the Fruit Pixie blog -

All the papers and many other wonderful treats are available from The Fruit Pixie online shop -

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Graphic 45 witchy art doll

Sorry I have not posted for a bit but I have been battling with horrible migraines and the worst thing I can do after one is look at a computer screen!   But I am back on top now and have been having fun making my Halloween Witch doll using the Graphic 45 Steampunk Spells paper collection from The Fruit Pixie.

She worked out a little larger then I was planning but I am so pleased with her.

Her head is one from my digital collection and I made her body from re-cycled box card.

I gave her a spell book

A broom from twigs from the garden

Some witchy potions

and of course every witch has to have a black cat!!

Now she is all ready for Halloween!!

For more details of how I made her visit the Fruit Pixie blog -

For the Graphic 45 paper collection and other bits used visit the Fruit Pixie shop  -

Monday, September 29, 2014

Autumn Digi papers

Kyrsty Scrapbook Designs has released a beautiful Autumn flavour digital paper kit. Dont let the fact that its digital put you off, I just print them out onto printable cardstock and then you can craft as normal. Its cheaper and takes up a lot less room, plus if you need that 2 cm strip more , you just print it out , so you never run out! Why not give it a try?

For my deign team project I made this Autumn box, all cut from 2 of the lovely papers in the kit

If you want to try this kit you can find it here -

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Autumn Flower

I made this lovely flower for The fruit Pixie using a very unusual recycled find out what it is pop over to the Fruit Pixie blog -  to find a step by step tutorial and links to all the products, including the wonderful vintage button in the centre, I used.

The Fruit Pixie -

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Autumn stag card

Now I love stag images and so love this die from Spellbinders called Birdstand. It goes so well with the Oak leaf dies from PaperArtsy  using the Core dinations Kraft core cardstock in wonderful Autumn colours from the Nostalgic collection.

The dies and cardstock are available from The Fruit Pixie online shop -

More information and links to the products are available on the Fruit Pixie Blog -