Wednesday, 17 November 2010


Another Wednesday another peek at my desk, not that there's much occurring but here it is. I made this card last night using a new glue stamp pad I had bought with some Glamour Dust sprinkled on top of it. It was the first use of both these things and I was really pleased with how it turned out. The stamp is from the Martha Stewart Polar Snowflake Stamp and Punch.

These are cards that I did last week I'm only showing the messages as I used my new toy the Hot Foil Wizard and I had some comments wanting me to keep you updated on what I thought of it. I was really pleased with how they turned out, these are written freehand, I just need to learn to write in a straight line and I will be sorted, I can see me getting a lot of use from it, no more trying to find just the write stamp or sticker for a message I can just write it.

Thank you to everyone who visited me last time, I really appreciate all the lovely comments you leave. I am off out crafting with friends today so will need to start my visits tomorrow. Have a great Wednesday everyone.


JoZart said...

I really like your Hot Foil Wizard and it's the 1st I've heard of it. Something else I've got to have?!?
Looks like you are really on track with your cards.
Thanks for popping by mine...
JoZarty x

Wipso said...

My handwriting is too uneven to write on the front of my cards so good luck with your new toy :-)
A x

Carol D said...

Your handwriting looks great, I'm afraid mine is rubbish, stick to stamps.

Hugs Carol xx

Susan Allan said...

Don't learn to do anything in a straight line. I like wobbles and anything imperfect.
You have more high-tech stuff than I do. I am a low-tech crafter. Hate straight lines.
Hope you have lots of fun
Sue xx 71

karen said...

What a sweet card! I agree, it turned out really well! So cute!
I have not heard of a Hot Foil Wizard but the writing on your cards looks fabulous!

Morti said...

Hi Scrapcat - thanks for stopping by! I seem to be a bit of a rarity in that I have heard of a Hot Foil Wizard, and am impressed that you have one - good luck with it!

minnie_mac said...

Cute card, and well done with your foil writing.


Becky said...

I haven't had much luck with my glue pad, yours seems to have done great!

Toucan Scraps said...

that card is gorgeous!!

your handwriting is lovely.

be blessed
from Angela #83

Carmen said...

I think I saw a demo og one of those glue pads at the last Ally Pally I went to. Love the card you created with it :)

Alisonw30 said...

Wow, love the card and the writing looks great! Think I might have to invest in one of those...

Alison x

Sue, a.k.a. midwestgirl said...

Hot Foil Wizard? That's new to me and your stuff looks great! Sorry the Sew Easy didn't work for you. Thanks for your comment on my blog!
Sue WOYWW #96

S said...

Adorable card. I have a glue pad around here that I have yet to use, your card serves as incentive for me to find it and put it to use. And I'd never heard of a Hot Foil Wizard, will have to investigate that. So glad I came to visit.

Jingle said...

Oh, my goodness! They are so adorable!!!

Sherry said...

Your Christmas card is lovely. I've not heard of the hot foil gun before - it sounds interesting and I love the greetings you've created with it.

Thanks for already stopping by my desk x

Sherry (120)

Ciara said...

If only I could write neatly, I would buy that hot foil thing in an instant!


Sandra said...

Ohhhh, what a lovely card!! The image is very cute and your coloring is perfect!!

That Hot Foil Wizard is so interesting!! Congrats on your handwriting!!

Thank you for your visit!


Sandra # 103

jenny said...

Gorgeous cards! The hot foil looks fab, your handwriting is very neat!
Thanks for popping by my space too x

Jenny xx

Donna said...

Wonderful cards, and your hot foil thingy look great! Love the handwriting. Thanks for popping by my space too.
Donna x

Elizabeth said...

I love the card - the scene is lovely and so is the glitter. Your hot foil thing is interesting - I'm afraid my handwriting isn't good enough to try something like this - must practice first:) Elizabeth #113

debby4000 said...

Oh love the card and the hot foil makes fab sentiments, your writing looks fine to me.