Saturday, 21 January 2017

Timeless

Hello and welcome to my second project of the month where our theme is Anything Goes! 


A while ago I bought some gorgeous lace ribbon which was wound on this wooden flat spool. It seemed too good to go in the bin so I decided to alter it with Crackle Medium and then adding a few of my favourite bits and pieces as embellishments. 

Do please join me over at Live the Dream if you would like to see more.

I hope you are all having a great weekend.

Jennie x


Thursday, 19 January 2017

Butterfly grid #49, Hazel,



My second project for the theme of "Anything Goes," is a journal page using the uplifting theme of Butterflies. If you want the details then please pop on over to my blog!

Tuesday, 17 January 2017

New Year Journal Page

The current theme of Anything Goes means that I got to immortalise the new year in my journal! There are several paint layers in the background coupled with a few stencils and some fabulous industrial stamps from Tim Holtz. Al always, there's more information on my blog.
Have you created anything to commemorate the new year? If so why not enter it into the draw - there's a terrific prize if you win! 
Gabrielle x

Sunday, 15 January 2017

Mixed Media Birthday Card

Hello all, it´s Evelyn here with my second project for our Anything goes challenge this month!
Today it is half time for the challenge, so you have enough time to participate!


I made a Mixed Media birthday card with loads of mediums, colors and stamps!
If you want to see more details, please hop to my blog!

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

What to do with a cheese board ???

Hello everyone, 

Corrie here with my second post for this month's "Anything Goes". I have made a cheese board into a wall hanging.  



I you want to know how I made this you can hop over to my blog HERE where there is also a list of materials I used or you could watch the movie instead HERE

Until next time ! Corrie x

Saturday, 7 January 2017

A late snowman

Craftyfield here today with a winter/Christmas card.
I hear you groan... but wait!!!


Come to my blog and I will share my reasons and my way of working, it should be of interest for the thrifty crafters among you, which I believe are many!

Thursday, 5 January 2017

A loving feeling

Hello it's Jane here with my second project to hopefully inspire you to enter our current anything goes challenge. I think most people are now getting back to normality after the long Christmas break. I hope you all had a wonderful time. I chose to make a Valentine card as yes before we know it February 14th will be here. I used the other part of the master board that I made for my first card, a New Year's card. 
If you would like to see how I made it, using home made heart stencils made with my glue gun, do pop over to my blog here . A very warm welcome awaits you.

Bye for now,

Jane x

Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Birthday card with Tim Holtz crazy creatures



I'm very fond of polka dot, so I was very happy when Tim Holtz released a polka dot stencil. I also love Tim's crazy creatures so no wonder I chose them to make a birthday card. 
For more details, please hop on my blog! Thank you!

Sunday, 1 January 2017

January 2017 - Anything Goes

Welcome everyone to our first challenge for 2017 with the title
ANYTHING GOES
chosen by the lovely Brenda
 
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and happy New Year! I have a bit of a love hate relationship with Resolutions. I can make them and am pretty good at sticking to them but equally some years I think I have enough going on without having to add something else into the mix - guess which camp I'm in this year!?! The lovely exercise bunny image seems wholly appropriate to accompany this page - after all many of use promise we'll do more! If you'd like to see more, my blog is always there! Gabrielle x

 
Happy New Year everyone, and to help my new year resolutions to 
a) get organised, and 
b) lose half my bodyweight :-)
here's a card that I made whilst eating up the Christmas chocolate!


More details can be found here on my blog. I hope 2017 is kind to you, and thanks very much for looking x
 


I rather indulged myself with this month's great theme of Anything Goes and gathered some favourite supplies and using some of my all time favourite techniques made an art panel for this fabulous quote -  which is quite apt for the beginning of the year. Do join me over on my blog if you would like to see some more details.
 
 
This time of the year I find I need a bit of colour to cheer me up. Maybe you're equally affected by the short days and grey skies... so, to ward off the SAD disorder, the Crafty doctor prescribes a dose of colour!

 
Should you wonder how I made this card... all the details are on my blog here.
 


Happy New Year to you all! 
Although it's the first day of the new year I haven't brought you here a new year's card but a birthday tag. For me the January means the birthday of two very special people in my life: my sister and my daughter. So I can't waste time at the end of December I always have to make birthday cards too.
If you want to see the supply list of this tag, please visit my blog.



Hello there and a very happy New Year to you! I hope you can join us for our new challenge of anything goes - I had lots of fun playing with paperartsy stamps and gelatos - if you'd like to know what I did please go over to my blog here.
Hugs Rachel x
 
 
Happy New Year to Everyone 
Im starting my new year with a journal page for this months Challenge. The theme is Anything Goes and I've added
A lot of layers, all of which you can see over on my blog. Hope to see you there.
Hugs Debs xx
 


Happy New Year everyone! 
In our theme of "Anything goes", I decided to play with some wonderful stamps from Tracy Scott. For more details, please visit my blog.
 
Corrie

Happy New Year everyone !
The lovely Brenda has chosen the team 'Anything Goes' for this month and I have made this card:


 The details of how I made this card in the YouTube tutorial I made. You will find the link on my blog HERE or simply click the picture underneath ! 
Thank you for looking ! I will be back later in the month with some more inspiration. 

Corrie x

 


Happy New Year everybody! 
Since this is the first day of the New Year, I made a tear-off calendar. 
I love the rusty look, so I decided to upcycle this calendar, which looked boring before.
If you want to see, how I made it, please visit my blog.
 
Hello everyone, Happy New Year and welcome to 2017. This is a wonderful time to raise our glasses and toast all the new beginnings ahead of us. For our family it will be a new grand baby due in May.  So exciting. Our challenge at Country View this month is "Anything goes" and I decided to make a New Year card.
The background is a mixed media master board using my own handmade stencils using my glue gun and a palm tree stamp ( I kid you not!) If you would like to find out more and also see my step by step pop over to my blog here where a glass of champagne  warm welcome, as always, awaits you.

Bye for now,

Jane x
 
 
Welcome 2017 with these fantastic projects from our Design Team. So it's over to you now, create your project and link it below with the chance to win a £20 voucher to use on the Country View Crafts website.
Thanks to everyone who took up the Christmas challenge last month (year). There are some beautiful festive entries and the winner will be announced soon
 
 
 

Thursday, 29 December 2016

Christmas - tattered poinsettias



Hello all! Rachel here with a late Christmas make - you can find the details of how I made it here. You can still enter your last minute makes into our Christmas challenge which you can find here. Go on - you never know you might be the winner..... I look forward to seeing what you make!!

Big hugs

Rachel x