Sunday, 5 October 2014

Eerie tale Pocket Scrapping


Scrapmatts Duo

A couple of projects for you today. There were a few different chip board
packs used.

First is a desk top caddy for the tools that I may be currently using when I 
am working on a project or pens scissors or any 
other use you can think of.

Scrapmatts packs used were as follows :

Film strip 06 ATC10-022
Clocks 08 CB1107
Gears 02 CB1073
Flowers 04 CB1024
Flowers 09 CB1145
Nested shapes 03 CB5017 


The second is a sea side summer themed mini frame perfect as the weather warms up.

Scrapmatts packs used were as follows :

Mini round tray 01 CB3005
Nautical designs 04 CB1221
Assorted words 15 CB6087

 Cheers Andrew

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Diemond Dies Fall Bloom Challenge

Diemond dies is having a great fall challenge and you can enter to win some great prizes.

This is an excerpt from the face book page and please use the link below
to register your entry.  

Diemond Dies would like to see your prettiest fall flowers that you make with our Diemond Dies Flower Dies. Challenge runs through the month of October.

What you have to do:
Create any project of your choice but you must use at least one of Diemond Dies flower dies or make your own blooms with one of Diemond Dies. You must show your project on our Facebook page (photo and/or video). You can enter as many projects as you like. Challenge will run from October 1st to October 31st. Design Team members will vote on the winners. 1st place gets a $20 gift certificate, 2nd place gets a $15 gift certificate, and third place gets a $10 gift certificate. There will also be a fourth winner chosen by for a $10 gift certificate.

We have so many pretty flower dies now available and with our current sale going on, now is the time to pick up a few if you haven't already! We look forward to everyone joining our challenge for lots of fun and inspiration!

So please take the opportunity to join in the challenge pick up your dies

cheers Andrew

French Country Cookie Box

French country is one my favourites from graphic 45 and it has a great 
colour combination. I combined this collection with Diemond dies
to create my cookie box.

The diemond dies I used were great for this project and include the following :

Mason Canning jar Mini album
Labels 2 Top note Nesting
Nesting pockets
Realistic Roses

The link to there shop is

The four sides of my project , my favourite is the titled side.
Let me know you favourite in the comments below

When the lid is removed it reveals the top of the canning jar die used to form part of 
the external embellishments 

A couple of close ups 

Thanks for visiting and I would love to here your thoughts and 
any ideas for projects you would like me to try

Happy paper crafting


Thursday, 25 September 2014

Mother Goose Memories

Memories, they are the special things we want to remember about different times and 
people in our lives. They can be from our child hood and adult hood a like.

They can be messages, thoughts, events and many other special things that we have 
experienced or collected.
I decided that it would be nice to create a project that could hold just a few special items 
photo trinkets etc from my family life. 
This project was featured on the graphic 45 blog with many other great 
projects and ideas.

The wagon is constructed using medium and heavy weight chip board. 

The top embellishment was created using the mother goose banner and flowers packs.
I love embellishments that coordinate perfectly as graphic 45 ones do.

The crates were really fun to make. They are chip board constructions,  inked, then stamped with a wood grain and pressed metal stamp. I used embossing ink for the the stamp then 
heat embossed the design.

I plan to make a micro mini album for one of the crates and store some special 
items as well.

I hope you enjoyed seeing my crate please comment if you would like to.

Happy paper crafting 

Saturday, 20 September 2014

The Twinery and Ruby Rocket Blog Hop

Well it is the third day of the blog hop and we have seen some fabulous creativity from
the design team members.

And as if the inspiration isn’t enough – you can also win THREE spools (winner’s choice!) of The Twinery’s fabulous baker’s twine:

{$45 retail value}

Here’s how you can enter to win the twine:

Leave a comment on each participating designer’s blog on the hop (and here on our blog, too!). This is a 3-day hop, so be sure to check back and comment each day.

Please be sure to leave your e-mail address along with your comments so we can have a way to contact you if you win.

For additional chances to win:

Follow our blog. You can enter your e-mail to subscribe under the “Follow By Email!” heading in the blog sidebar.
Like” The Twinery on Facebook and leave a comment on our page letting us know you came from the blog hop.

The deadline to leave comments for the giveaway is at 11:59pm (EST) on Friday, September 26th. Check back  at the twinery blog on Sunday, September 28th to see if you’ve won!

Ruby Rock-It is giving away their Essence Empire Bebe collection (album not included) – you can find the details of how to enter to win on their blog.

Oriental hanging lantern

The Twinery has such a great range of colours to choose from, the perfect fit to go 
with my project was

I was fortunate to be given the oriental chic collection to create my project with.
I used the following papers from the collection : 

12 x 12 Collectibles
12 x 12 Sakura
12 x 12 Zen Garden
Card stock Stickers
Wood Veneer

Check out the other blog for more inspiration

 Ruby Rock-It -

Katarina Damm-Blomberg -

Rebecca Greco - (you have just com from here)

Andrew Roberts - (you are here)

Thanks for hopping with us 

Cheers Andrew

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Steampunk with Diemond Dies

I am guest designing for Diemond Dies at the moment and i recently completed a 
mini album using their products and 

The dies I used are some diamond dies great products and were as follows :

I have made a video tour of the dies used and the album it self . There is an opportunity for a discount if you want to shop at diamond dies so 
please have a look and leave a comment if you want.  

Cheers Andrew