It is our great pleasure to feature Heather Telford of Bit & Pieces with us. She is one of our very special friends! She is sooo talented. She creates beautiful artful projects that are always colorful and truly stunning. And the best part is, you couldn’t ask for a more lovely person than Heather!
I hope you enjoy this beauty as much as we do! After you have soaked up all this loveliness, read a little about her below, and don’t forget to hop over to her blog, Bits & Pieces, for more.
Our guest today is one of the most giving and helpful ladies around… not to mention is loads of fun. You probably guessed it, Laurel Beard of Paper Crafts by Laurel is with us today. Laurel has done so many great things for fellow crafters and the world of paper crafting. Laurel and her friends head up the Lawnscaping Challenge blog and she began the Simply Cardmaking with Laurel Beard, a shareable forum. While you take in her beautiful card making art, take a minute to read a little more about her!
Laurel is treating us to two cards, both using the Sweet Perfume stamp by Penny Black. One is so rich with beautiful watercolor. The other features an elegant and chic black and white, with a touch of gold floral theme. Enjoy!
We are so pleased and excited to present another masterpiece by Heather Telford of the Bits & Pieces blog. A few weeks ago we featured the elegant Sweet Perfume flower stamp by Penny Black and Heather’s stunning work. Today, in serene blues and graceful butterflies, Heather has created a breath-taking piece of card art. We are in awe of the beauty and artistry that she instills in her projects. It is simply amazing.
My anniversary was just a few days away and I didn’t have a clue what to do. I don’t know if you have the same trouble I do, but making a masculine card is not second nature to me. I have to really think about it….but this motorcycle sidecar card idea did the trick.
It was one of my ever-smart daughters that mentioned Penny Black’s You’re Retro stamp set. This would be perfect. My husband can not get enough of his motorcycles. He loves them all, but he has a particular fondness to our own vintage side car. So, you see, nothing could be better!