28 March, 2015

Wake Up Year - Funky Seasons

Hello :)

It's the last share from me this month and I have two cards to share with you today. I have used the Wake Up Year collection from the Spring section of Funky Seasons

I used some die cut flowers, dragonfly and butterfly to create a negative, backed it with the papers, matted it onto purple card and added card candi on one and liquid pearls on another.

Thanks again for looking and I can't wait to see you all in April.

Enjoy the Spring Equinox, 
Sammylou xxx

27 March, 2015

Monster Rabbit meets Funky Seasons

Morning everyone, Allison here to share my final card for this month.  As you already know it's all about the wonderful Funky Seasons CD this month and we have been featuring projects on the Spring Collection.
I used this gorgeous pink paper from the collection and teamed it up with Monster Rabbit coloured in pink pro markers.
 Go and grab the bargain CD (£1 only) as the offer is only on up to the end of the month so go.... go on.....hurry....hurry...

Allison X

26 March, 2015


I hope you can see just how much fun I had making this! I used just one paper from the Wake Up Year section on Funky Seasons - its not quite a full sheet of A4 and I printed directly onto some linen effect cardstock so the linen effect of the papers works really well with the cardstock (hope you followed that!)

Eyes are made from large wobbly eyes and two different inked circles - teeth are punch hearts and I've just made the dip in the centre longer.  The mouth flaps open to give the card a bit more character.

Letters are Sizzix die cuts and I've glittered them.  Cute eh?!

25 March, 2015

Spring Baby!!

Papers- Funky Seasons.
Morning everyone!

I have a little baby card make to share with you all today. I have had a 'arghhh I've run out of printer ink' issue for the last couple of weeks and had to wait until payday to order some more so I had to think of some way to use the scraps of paper I had left in my funky seasons stash!! ...and of course, the best papers for the job came from I've been playing with that Spring colourways  from the Funky Seasons CD .


Luckily, a Lori Whitlock cutfile in the SIL Store was my absolute saviour! I love this bright springy little onesie! its just too adorable!

Thank you for popping in
Hugs Lou xx

24 March, 2015

"Wake Up Year" (Kathy)

Hi, it's Kathy here with a card to share today.  

These papers from the Funky Seasons CD - they are from the section called "Wake Up Year" and definitely  reflect the colours in my garden right now with the bright Spring greens, daffodil yellows and the purple irises 
Materials and Tools

Papers: "Wake Up Year" from the Funky Hand  Funky Seasons  CD
Xcut tiny circle punch 
Golden-yellow gems

The 3D flowers are cut from one of the paper designs

Don't forget, this CD is on offer in the SHOP for just £1 at the moment so don't miss out!
We'd love to see what you make with Funky Hand goodies  too.....
Thanks for visiting today

23 March, 2015

Morning all, Tammy here today with another post for this months fab offer at Funky Hand! This month the Funky Seasons CD rom is just £1 and the DT have been cooking up a storm showing off some fabulous samples!

My sample today I made as 1 of 4 for friends of mine and stuffed it with little eggs! I found a template to create this cute little bag, teamed with some papers from the Funky Seasons CD Rom and using some of my dies to also make flowers from the papers. 

What do you think? perfect for those little easter eggs!! Yum! 

Thats all for today! 

Thanks for looking! 

20 March, 2015

Marleen DT - Funky Season.

Good moning blogger friends
and thank you for popping by..

Its once again my turn to share a spot of inspiration

This month we are having a play with the 
You can find this CD HERE in the STORE for only £1.

This time I used the "Spring Walk"  papers of the CD.

Here is what I've made:

 You might have seen my sneaky preview of my flower cutting in our FACEBOOK group but here is finally the finished result.

I used only 2 sheets from the CD for this card (as well as my backing card stock)
I simply printed the flower sheet and die cut my circle. From the rest of the sheet, I cut all my flowers. Yes it DID take quite some time, but I honestly think it was worth it.

My second sheet was my letter tiles. In order to get my letter in the right size, I transfeered the sheet into a word doc and resized it.

Once all letters and flower was cut, it was a simple matter of adding them all to my card.
I finished off with a bit of glitter glue in the center of my flowers.

And that is all from me for today.
Many thanks for popping by and for any comments left behind.