April showers

April already. That means another challenge is on its way at The Hobby House! The theme for this month’s challenge is Anything Goes where you have to use one of the new toppers. There are loads of sweet new toppers available at their shop. Can’t wait to get my hands on some of these!

For my inspirational post this time I have used one of the Wee Stamps toppers from The Hobby House. The ribbon, pearls and roses are also from there. I have used paper from First Edition Paper, a Martha Stewart puncher for the leaves and Tim Holtz liquid pearls for the rain effect.


Here is a side on view.



Widdle Bunny

Wait, wasn’t it just January? I’m pretty sure it was! There most be a time thief on the lose as I have no idea where the days are supposedly flying off to!

Here is another card featuring primarily The Hobby House products: pre-coloured topper, ribbon, pearls and roses. The dies are spellbinder, the puncher is Martha Stewart and the paper is Papermania. Why don’t you pop over to The Hobby House challenge blog and check out this month’s challenge which is on Buttons!


Another baby card

The current challenge at the Hobby House is still Anything Goes! It is always so much fun to see all the various creations people come up with for this type of challenge. The challenge will run until the end of the month so there is still plenty of time to enter!

For this chard I have used a pre-coloured topper by The Hobby House. I have also used pearls, ribbon and the rose from The Hobby House. The flower puncher is bought at Panduro, the branches puncher is by Martha Stewart and I’ve used Spellbinder dies. The patterened paper is from Papermania.


Baby girl

New month, new challenge! Time does fly, doesn’t it? February already. I know I said I’d post some photos from my trip to Senegal, but I haven’t even had time to look through them properly yet. Hopefully in a couple of weeks I’ll be back on top of everything… Anyway, challenge!

The Hobby House Challenge this month is Anything goes!

I have made this card with paper from Papermania, dies from spellbinder and punches from Panduro and Martha Stewart. I have used the following Hobby House products: pre-coloured topper, roses, ribbon and pearls.