Monday, 22 February 2010
Selling the top two dies in the picture only. These are thin(ish) dies, compatible with most die-cutting systems. (I use mine with a Sizzix Big Shot.)
The dies I am selling are brand new and unused. (I only bought the set for the leaf spray die at the bottom!)
The original cost was £11.50+ for the whole set, so I am offering the two dies for £6.50, recognising that the leaf spray would be the most popular of the three, and I'm keeping it! *lol*
PRICE: £6.50 for the top two dies only + P&P £1.50 (UK) SOLD
Size: C6 (for A6 cards)
PRICE: £1.25 per pack of 25 (lower than original cost) + £1.25 P&P
Sunday, 7 February 2010
Saturday, 14 November 2009
I don't know if there are any 'special' or 'official' ways of making a digistamp.. I just drew him, scanned him and cleaned him up a bit in Photoshop. Same with the text stamp. They are meant to be a bit 'sketchy' in appearance. That's the nature of the beast. I hope you like them.
Once your payment has been received, and you have sent me your email address, I will email your stamps to you as jpegs (with the copyright watermark removed).
I am currently running a draw on Craftling's Cosy Corner, HERE, which will be drawn on Friday 20th November. There are also some card ideas on there for how handsome he can look with a bit of colour, but if you can't wait to see if you've won the draw, you can purchase Gilbert and the text stamp here.
Price: £1.00 each, or £1.50 for combined purchase
Please see sidebar for how to make your payment.
Sunday, 12 July 2009
Their uses are endless.. As well as prettying up your kitchen and the numerous gift opportunities they would serve, they would make really useful invitations.. for parties, weddings, you name it. How handy would it be to have your Save The Date card right there on the fridge?
Great idea for entertaining children for at least one afternoon of the holidays! Better still, why not have a fridge magnet-making party?
I make the blanks up by hand, and sell them at 50p each. The minimum kit pack on Ebay is for 2 magnets, but if you're interested, let me know how many you'd like and I'll make up a pack to suit your requirements.
I accept postal orders from UK residents, and Paypal payments from anywhere (and if I knew how to add a Paypal widget here, I would! If you know, would you tell me, please?)
Many thanks for looking.
It occurred to me what a great craft activity this would be for children on a rainy day during the summer break. (Will make a separate post about the DIY kits. This one is for the completed magnets, and I thought these would make cute gifts, even though they were made by a 50-something-year-old! lol)
They are made using wax crayons and a touch of glitter. The 'Daddy' one includes some stars which have been hand drawn on separate card, cut out and stuck down just in the centre to give the points of the stars a bit of lift. Have also used brads in three of the corners.
Sunday, 5 July 2009
Can be supplied blank inside, or with your own wording, or if you tell me the occasion, I will put something suitable inside, which you can approve prior to printing. Can also include your name and address on the inside front of the insert.
Supplied in tissue-lined gift box.
14½ cms/5¾ ins square
Price: £4.99 + £1.75 p+p (UK)Please contact me by email for details, or you can bid on my Ebay listing, HERE.
This is my first. It is basically an ATC with magnets on the back, although it does have its own special secret backing which makes it sturdy and up to the job.
It is a luxury item, completely unique, and would add a touch of pretty shabby chic to your kitchen, or make a small gift for someone special.
This design is actually one of a limited edition of six, but each one of the six will be in different colours.
Measurements: 3½ ins/9 cms x 2½ ins/6.3 cms
Price: £3.50 + £1.25 p+p (UK)
Payments: By Paypal or by Postal Order
Please email me for details, or you can bid on my Ebay listing, HERE.