7 March 2012

Nitwit Creations

Stepper Penny Slider Card

Sounds very grand, but in fact it is quite easy.
Score your white card stock so when it is folded
the card will fit into a DL envelope.

I have used Nitwit Meow designs on this card, very
cute and loved by many.

Mat and layer backing paper as shown
prior to adhering to the white card stock.
I have glued a pom pom onto bakers twine
and glued to the back of the mat and
layer, this adds a bit of fun into the image.
Computer sentiment and red chalk to colour.

For the penny slider part, I have put paw print paper
to the back.  Adhered faux fur paper onto white
card stock and cut out 12mm slot for the penny
to slide.  Dimension pads used to adhere
the slider part to the card front, this leaves
enough of a gap for the pennies to slide.
Two pennies and a foam dimension
between them, with a picture topper of a ball
of wool to cover the penny.
Hey Presto it works!!

This second card does not have any moving
parts, but this does not detract from a great
I have used a bracket design card, covered
it with a polka dot backing paper and put
a lace design sticker across the bottom.
I have used a spellbinder dies to cut out two
frames in different sizes. 
Computer sentiment with a  plastic dome cover
which does not show up in this picture very well. 
Papermania flower to back the sentiment and
Nitwit designs to finish the card.
This card looks better in the flesh, this
photo does not do it justice.

6 March 2012

Farming Friends

Our Little Lamb

What can I say just love this from Nitwit.

Mat and layer Nitwit paper onto black card stock
Tied a piece of blue organza ribbon around and tied
another piece into a knot (faux bow).
Spellbinder lace die to cut a frame,
again used Nitwit backing papers.
Nitwit lamb topper, sentiment and words.

Who's Looking At You

This is a stamped image, stamp by Olifant.
Distress inks to water colour the image.
XCut nesting dies to cut out the stamped image
and backing frame.  6" x 6" white card blank,
Mat and layered design house backing paper
on to black card stock and used the same
paper/card to cut out the corners.  I used
a blue button threaded with silk ribbon on to
the corner pieces. A strip of paper by
Pepper and friends collection mat and
layered on blue card adhered across the middle.
Lace leaf stickers placed in opposing corners
and a computer sentiment cut out using an
XCut die.