Friday, December 5, 2014

Totes Amazeballs...

Hi folks...I'm getting down with the kids...I have to say that expression is not normally in my's urban speak apparently and now appears in the Chambers Dictionary but it's the only way I can describe an amazing new technique using Stick It...from my lovely buddy David at Craft Obsessions...crikey...good-looking and the brain of a genius...that's a rare combination in the male click HERE...sit back and let the Craft Obsessions Creative Guru walk you step-by-step through how to use your favourite dies as stamps and I just had to abandon everything and have a go...
OK I will admit it is a tad fiddly getting the release paper off but hey this old crafter has been around the block more times than I care to remember and I quite enjoy putting on my "patience of a saint" and "skill of a brain surgeon" hats from time to time.  Once I had the snowflakes well and truly stuck down...I removed the release paper and sprinkled them with clear embossing powder...heat set and then went to town with Pumice Stone Distress huh...

I did intend having another go but we were somewhat distracted when the postie came a-knocking first with one super duper Christmas Tree in a box which I'll be telling you all about later...
and a big fat parcel addressed to Buddy and Mum oh wow a very kind and far too generous bundle of goodies from our lovely bloggy bud Lee...a beautiful apron for me...perfect for the Christmas Cook-athon...
and a cosy snuggly blanket and treats for the Furry Boy...he's got his "hurry up Mum and open the treats" face on...
thank you so much are very kind and brought a tear to this old crafter's eye
But back to the crafty stuff and a little reminder...if you've already got Stick It in your crafty's time for you to have a play with this fabulous new technique...if can head on over to Craft Obsessions and stock up HERE.  I'll see you all tomorrow to announce the winner of the Christmas Give-Away...if you haven't entered have until 8pm tonight to pop over HERE and get your name in the hat.
Hugs Kath xxx


  1. I did see David's video, such a clever idea and you have used it beautifully, your card is gorgeous Kath!

    Your apron is so pretty and Buddy looks so sweet waiting patiently for his treats. Off to see the Grandkids for a few days but will try to keep an eye on what you are up to - no climbing ladders now please..... Hugs, Anne xx

  2. Hi Kath get you down with kids and why not . Going to watch David's video the idea is great. What a gorgeous apron for you and a lovely blanket for Buddie. I'm sue he will enjoy the treats, looks like he saying please mum open the packet x

  3. Gorgeous card Kath, I had a play with some gold's a fab technique. I love my Stick it, it's one of the best things since sliced bread. Festive hugs, I'm minding Daisy today and she is still sleeping..........zzzz! Xx

  4. What a fabulous technique, Kath, and I love the card you have made using it.
    Lucky you and Buddy...such a pretty apron, and lovely 'Buddyrug'. I hope he enjoyed his treats.

    Jennifer. x
    P.S. Can't wait to see the tree up!

  5. This card is wonderful. I love the Karen Burniston dies and the way you use them. Gr Marja

  6. Hi Kath,so glad you got it ok.Buddy looks soooo good sat there waiting lol.Love this card,I must have a look at the video mmmmm,very interesting.Hugs xx

  7. Fabulous card Kath, love the design, gorgeous!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

  8. Beautiful as always....Buddy is looking content with his treats love the blanket too!

  9. Just watched the video and what a clever idea, will be giving that go, love Stick it, should have bought two or more packs at the NEC. Fab pressies too x

  10. Such a lovely card and what a super technique.
    Buddy looks well at home on his new blanket and your apron looks fab.
    Toni xx