Cards (some with co-ordinating envelopes):
(All cards that I have not blogged already, some cards from previous posts were also for sale)
More Owl Cards!
Cards (and card boxes for those that would not fit in normal envelopes)
These cards were made using a pack of co-ordinating cards, envelopes and sentiments I found in the bottom of a drawer, further embellished with ribbon, flowers etc from my stash.
Random cards made from kits I had (with no instructions so making it up as I went along!) in addition to a few embellishments from my stash.
These Robin cards are my favourites so far this year, the stamp is a beautiful one by Little Claire (stamped twice) and I love their individually glittered hats!
An ink blended background with a slight difference (masking off the 'moon' and then colouring the whole card), in a night's sky design (Faded Jeans Distress Ink, Dusty Concord Distress Ink and Dusty Rose by OHS) with stars of self-adhesive gems and Father Christmas and his reindeers
This idea was lifted from the December 2014 issue of Papercraft inspirations and then adapted to suit the items I had in my stash, I went a little crazy with the origami trees whilst watching television and consequently have plenty for more cards, gift tags etc (they may even make an appearance next year!)
I don't feel the need to explain how these 'pictures' were produced as I have blogged about them previously, however if you would like an explanation please leave a comment and I will get back to you and also update this post to include my method.
Work in progress
Yet again apologies for the bad photos, I'm definitely not a photographer and Tom is too busy working on the house to help me (and that's not a dig, right now I'd far rather be helping him out there than crafting)!
A selection of gift tags (or Christmas Tree decorations if preferred):
All of the tags were created using items from the Stampin' Up Festival of Tree bundle (a set of stamps and the corresponding punch). The tag shape itself was punched using an old Creative Memories tag punch borrowed from my mum (it even punches the whole centrally in the tag as a secondary function!).
A lot of 3D foam was used in the making of these 2 layer tags (and they proved to be the most popular item by far on my stall!)
And the price labels which match the tags:
The fayre was very poorly advertised and I didn't sell much but I still enjoyed the making, a note to self for next year would be to ensure that any fayre I choose to do is well advertised so I don't waste my time! (Time I could have spent trying to get the house finished so we can be in by Christmas, only 3 weekends left!) Thank you for sticking with me through this long, perhaps slightly rambly blog post, at least it included lots of pictures!