Some pictures I still wanted to share with you. I replaced my usual wall of text with a wall of images this time.
Here are two simple tags I made to accompany a voucher.
Both Chocolate Baroque stamps, tag die – can’t remember. Text stamp (thank you) – from a clear stamp sheet at Kruidvat.
A picture of me and my daughter putting papers through the machine (as my son calls it), 4 days before my third child was born.
And a picture of me and my huge belly (ofcourse the camera angle also enlarges it more) – taken half an hour later. And a good look at the dated kitchen of the previous owners – we’ve been without a dishwasher since we moved in, oh how I’ll love it when we manage to install one, even a second hand temporary dishwasher will do untill we rebuild the kitchen. First world problems, eh.
Oh and in my new kitchen I want many big drawers instead of only unconvenient cupboards!
The children helping with the cooking later that day:
Then, to end with another card, we go back to december 2013, as that is when I made this card:
Made with (IIRC): Embossing folder from Provocraft and Steampunk Alphabet stamp from Vivalasvegastamps
And this card, from november:
Made with dies: cogs from… I forgot… they match with the Chronologies series, Urban stamps. The drill, nails, bulb is all from a stampset from DeStempelwinkel, the man is a Marianne DEsign die, and the sentiment die is either Marianne design or Joy crafts. (It means congratulations). Oh and I also used a tools embossing folder, forgot where that one came from.
Want to know specifics about a card, or which materials / tools I used, ask away! I can look it up, no problem, but not tonight! Tonight it’s just guess work ;).