Friday, 20 April 2012

Really feel like I have my Mojo back again, think it went
off for a holiday. I am slowly trying to build up a portfolio
of Wedding Stationery so that when I start doing Wedding Shows
I have something to show to Brides.
This one is one of my favourites I think, it is quite simple but
says what you want it to say.
The soft muted tones of this pink is so simple and
delicate without being to basic.
Butterflies have to be one of the main images used
in wedding stationery.


 Plain or fancy Wedding Stationery can be
affordable to any Bride and Groom.

As a very new Wedding Planner I would like to
get a portfolio together in order to give couples an idea
of styles, colours, wording and affordability.

This one is very plain but quite stylish and can be
amde in any colour.

Friday, 6 April 2012

Wedding Stationery

My Mojo has returned, think it went for a holiday.
I am trying to build up a Portfolio for when I start
attending Wedding Fayre's which I really have got to
start going to now that I have qualified as a Wedding Planner.
I am loving trying out the different styles and
I love Butterflies and have been looking around and found that
they feature a lot in Wedding Stationery.

Wednesday, 4 April 2012

A Hard Nights Work

Most of these are designed using MCS.
I have made my own background and used an image from Finest Filigree.
Another of my backgrounds with embellishments from MCS.
roses and pearls are always a favourite.
I think this is my favourite as I love the colours.
I am now a Qualified Wedding Planner and would like to be able to show
Brides the sort of Stationery they could get.

Really need to get going again.......................

after a couple of busy weeks. I decided to start designing some Wedding Stationery and have done a complete set of this rose.
Also the White Rose Collection.

Monday, 19 March 2012

Qualified at last

I am now a fully qualified wedding planner. Happy days.

Time to start again

This is my first attempt at really starting a crafting blog. I suppose I really should start at the beginning. I have been making things since I was about 7 years old. Knitting was my first craft which I still continue to do then came the needlework, Cross stitch, tapestry and general sewing. I then decided I wanted something different to do and it came about because I couldn't find the right card for an soecial occassion so I thought I will have a go and haven't looked back since.
I do a lot of digital cards which I really enjoy then once printed out put the finishing touches to them.
Recently I had a go at decorating candles which went down really well at christmas.
I have read many blogs recently from some very talented crafty people and can only hope that one day I will be as good as all of them.