Light House Scene Card

Good Evening Guys!

I’m posting this while keeping half an eye on the Eurovision song contest, I’ve not watched it for years but it’s a good backdrop while I’m crafting. There was a bit of a dramatic stage invasion during the UK performance! So far I quite like Albania, Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, Israel and the Netherlands so I’ll have to see if one of them win.

Ok, so I have a freebie for you tonight. I tend to let our facebook group choose what they’d like to have as a freebie, they picked a card rather than a gift bag, box or tag. The theme they picked was either wedding or masculine, I decided that masculine might be handy as Father’s Day is coming up next month. I do hope you like what I’ve come up with and it comes in useful :)

For the design of the card, I went for a scene from my home town with our local light house.

It’s a very quick and easy card to put together:

– Pick 3 shades of blue card
– Glue your darker blue (layer 2) on top of your mid blue (layer 1)
– Glue this onto your pale blue base card
– Add your white insert inside your card
– Don’t forget to add your seagulls!

You will also find an envelope svg included in your download for you to pop your card into :)

Enjoy! :)

Mother’s Day Cards

Good Evening Guys!

Sonja has created 4 bright and colourful floral cards for us today which have all been made into Mother’s Day cards. Better yet, they are all from my freebie archive, here’s a look at 2 of them:

I love how Sonja has combined different patterned papers and colours to make these sunny and happy cards.

Pop on over to Sonja’s blog to check out all 4 of Sonja’s cards, they’re guaranteed to put a smile on your face:

Tiny Freebies 2.0

Hi Guys!

Helle is back with a second installment of some SVG freebie finds for you and some of them are tiny versions again making them extra cute!

This is one of the 7, yes 7 projects that Helle is sharing today and it is so apt with the way the weather has been:

How clever is Helle to take a cut file and create this lovely piece of home decor?

To take a look at all 7 of Helle’s projects, clicky here: