Thursday, 17 August 2017

MAWTT Challenge 52. . . . . .

Good morning guys and gals. Hope all is well with you.

I'm back today with a card for MAWTT  and this challenge, chosen by Diane Louise is.........
Things beginning with the letter B

So hope you can pop over to the challenge and see what the rest of the gals have come up with and, why not have a bit of fun and enter yourself.

Now, not being one to do things in half measures, I went for 3 Bs.........Buddlejas, Butterflies and Blue.

White, navy, purple and green card
Lilac paper
John Next Door butterfly stamps
Crafters Companion sentiment
SB Carnation Creation dies (leaves)
Tonic flower punch (punched many, many times lol!!!)
Tumbled Glass Distress ink
Grape Jelly and Lulu Lavender Memento Dew Drop inks
Yellow felt tip

I haven't done one of these cards for a long time so I thought that punch was due another workout.

That's me for now as its been a busy week at The Pond.

Don't for get check out the rest of the DT's inspiration over at MAWTT.

Ang x

John Lockwood Workshop......Two More Spaces

Good morning all.

Just to let you all know, there are now two full day spaces available for John's workshop at Ansty near Coventry.

Please contact me on the above email if you are interested in a day of fun, food and Jelly Babies!!!

Pop Up shop also available.

Back at 9am with MAWTT Challenge card so please come back later.

Ang x

Monday, 14 August 2017

John Next Door Butterfly Frames. . . . . . . . . . . .

Good morning friends, Romans, crafters ........ lend me your beers ears.
Hope you had a lovely weekend, sunshine, hurrah!!!

I thought I'd give you all a couple of days rest and myself time to make friends with Windows !0. We have passed the first date stage but no kissing as yet.
Its a strange beast that will take some getting used too but I thought the same about Mr D at first and now, I quite like him lol!!!

Apologies Myra if I worried you being awol.
Welcome Lisa, thank you for your comment.

Now, I'm back with another of John's show samples. This one did get an airing and is such an quick and easy card, especially for batch making or if you want a nice set of note cards.

White and rich plum card
John Next Door Butterfly Frames stamps
Presscut Square dies
Sissix Heart die
Memento Dew Drop inks 

I did the dib dab technique with the points of the ink pads again, stamping the heart element 3 times and the flowers a couple of times with a lighter colour than the first stamping. Butterflies added for good measure.
The card is fractionally under 6x6......... I always make them a little under as sometimes envelopes are a bit under too and its a bu@@£r when you make a card, only for it not to fit the envelope.

Busy week ahead. Seeing Mr L at some point and a rather late Spring clean. Now I'm feeling up to it, I want to get stuck in. I won't go daft though, I shall pace myself.

And now, for something completely different. Freshly picked from the can't beat it eh? Next time........... the cucumber...........steady ladies, steady lol!!!

Hope that this week treats you kindly and dryly, see you all soon.

Ang x

Thursday, 10 August 2017

John Next Door Continues. . . . . . . .

Good morning blogging chums. Hope that all is hunkydory with you.

Its Day 3 of the John Next Door Fest and as the weather has bounced between Sun and persisting down, what better than a rainbow to brighten proceedings.

Now, this one did get a moment in the spotlight but I did wonder if the raindrop mask was a step too it too much?

8 x 8 white card blank (Anna-Marie Designs)
White card
Multi colours of Lidl card
John Next Door Flower Circle stamp set (sentiment)
John Next Door Quattro Drops mask
Crafters Companion Rain embossing folder
Presscut Circle dies
Memento Dew Drop Bahama Blue and Summer Sky ink
Teeny blue bling

I may be back tomorrow with part 4. It depends on if the new laptop has decided to stop updating Windows today.
6 bloomin hours it was doing it yesterday. My head was throbbing with setting things up on there for another update to start installing and re-setting what I had done........arrrrrgh!!!
On the upside, did manage to set it up as a local user rather than giving Microsoft carte blanche to snoop.
Will gradually start shifting documents etc over and all my photos (about 5GB just photos lol!!!)

That's me for today.........maybe see you again tomorrow if I haven't been carted off in a straight jacket!!!

Ang x

I would also like to enter this card in the JUGs challenge below. . . . . . .(it stands for Just Us Girls in case anyone thinks its something rude lol!!!)

 Just Us Girls Challenge

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Dib Dab Thistle. . . . . . . . .

Good morning everyone. Hope you are well.

Also hope you managed to catch John's shows yesterday. I think he will be trying to get that ink off his hands for weeks lol!!!

Now this card was at the back so I thought I would show it today as it was one of my favourite makes.

Cream, lilac and green card
Embossilicious Falling Leaves embossing folder
Presscut Oval die
John Next Door Butterfly Frames stamps
John Next Door Butterfly Corners stamps (sentiment)
Memento Dew drop inks 

Now in the title, I mentioned "Dib dab". This is a technique I use to colour stamps by basically, "dibbing" and "dabbing" the pointed end of Memento Dew Drop ink pads to colour different areas of a stamp all in one go. This is just using a stamping block not a stamping press. Its easier on stamps with bigger images and you do need a steady hand (so lay off the milky coffee Maureen).

I shall be back again tomorrow (Cara, get ready with that shovel again, lol!!!) so be good.

Ang x

PS........picking up new laptop today. Wish me luck with Windows 10 or I shall have a very expensive frisbee lol!!!

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

John Next Door 2nd Launch. . . . . .Slate Heart

Good morning everyone. Hope all is ok with you and yours.

Thank you for your lovely comments on my cards made with John's 1st launch John Next Door products. Today, at 7am on Hochanda, John is launching his second release of products, including stamps and masks.

Now, you know I like to be different and when I saw this slate heart in Poundland, I knew exactly what I was going to do with it. It is heat embossed in white.
For anyone who hasn't stamped or heat embossed slate before, I will give you a couple of tips.
Choose the flattest slate you can get for even stamping. 
You will still need to anti static it before stamping too.
Slate obviously behaves differently to paper. You heat from the top but it takes quite some time for the powder to do its thing, as that patch of slate needs to get quite hot for it to melt so be very careful where you hold it. As it also then takes a good while to set as the slate stays hot for a while, I find it easier to do it in stages, rather than all in one go. Let the slate cool in between.

Hanging slate from Poundland
John Next Door Summer Flowers stamps
John Next Door Spring Flowers stamps
John Next Door Butterfly Frames 
John Next Door Flower Circle stamp (sentiment)
Stampendous white embossing powder

Hope you manage to catch some of John's shows today. I promised him that I would surface from my warm nest to watch the 7am show (if ever there was a time I needed caffeine lol!!!).
He did ask if I wanted to go with him to help set up again but with the prospect of a 4am start, I graciously declined.

Back again tomorrow with another show sample.

Ang x

Ps.......Haemoglobin now back in the normal range, hurrah! Finally, a good test result lol!!!

Sunday, 6 August 2017

More John Next Door. . . . . . .

Good morning everybody. Hope you are well.

Thank you for your kind comments about the kidney scan. I should be relieved but knowing I've now got to have more tests etc to find out why my function has dropped, is not appealing. I don't think there are many parts of me that haven't been poked, prodded or manhandled during the last 14 months lol!!!

Welcome to Tracie. Thank you for pressing "follow" and joining our happy throng.......that's throng, not what you all first thought lol!!!

Anyhoo, I'm typing this on Saturday afternoon to schedule for Sunday and watching and listening to hailstones the size of marbles pelting the window. I could have sworn that it was know, Summer ?????
I was worried for Sammy, a little sparrow that comes and sits with us on the decking or helps Mr D with the gardening, as one of them hitting him would have given him one helluva headache. I was meant to live in a warmer climate.

Now, its back to John's last show samples. . . . . . . making way for some new ones on Tuesday perhaps ????? Shushhhhh, don't tell anyone!!!

Cream and black card
SB Ravenna die (beautiful set)
SB Classic Oval die
John Next Door Wave Duo Mask (used to emboss)
John Next Door Spring Flowers stamps
John Next Door Autumn Flowers stamps
Black Archival ink
Black pearlage

I do love this Ravenna set. Nice large dies as I think they are a Card Creator set.

Thank you for the anniversary wishes. Mr D said to say thank you too. We had already been out with Nesta the evening before so we will probably have a meal out this week.

Thank you, also, for your views on Windows 10. Haven't got the new laptop yet. I did upgrade the RAM on my current one myself but I wouldn't bother upgrading the Windows as it is too old and trying to update Internet Explorer a couple of years ago caused it to have a hissy fit.

Jan and Jennie, hope you're  both enjoying your holidays.
Myra, I think you may be teasing about Maureen after seeing her comment. I'd guess she thinks Windows 10 is a double glazing company lol!!!
Suzzie, thankfully its only an oldish combined printer, scanner, copier that's hooked up to the golden oldie so only about £40 (around $52) if we have to replace.
Jenny, you are now officially our techno expert lol!!!

Well, that's me for today. Enjoy your Sunday and I shall be back on Tuesday. . . . . . . can't think what may be happening then lol!!!

Ang x

Saturday, 5 August 2017

Further Update On John's Workshop Places. . . . . . . . . . .

Hello everyone. Just an update on the availability for John's workshop.
There are just two full day spaces available as a couple of folk have transferred to the northern workshop and there are also a couple of morning only sessions now available.

Please contact me on the email address below if you are interested in booking the final spaces.

Please contact me on for further details or to make a booking. A deposit will secure your booking.

Hope to see you there.

Ang x

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Autumn Colours. . . . . . To Match the Bloomin Weather!!!

Good morning guys and gals. Hope all is well with you.

Mr D and I celebrated our wedding anniversary this week. Sadly, the only thing bubbly I could have was lemonade, boo hoo but Mr D did give me a really lovely card and the words he had written in it did make me shed a little tear (No it wasn't, "you're paying for the takeaway" lol!!!).
He is a man of few words, and the few are rarely profound but he can be lyrical when it counts , bless him.

Now, today's card is back to the last show samples I made for John for his new brand launch.

Cream and brown card
John Next Door Autumn Flowers stamps
Various distress inks
Memento Dew Drop Espresso Truffle and Rich Cocoa inks
Copper embossing powder

I can guess my wee chum Kate will like this as she is a big fan of Autumn and autumnal shades.

Thank you for your response to my inverted corner box and the tutorial for it. I'm more of a picture gal when it comes to instructions.

Its been a busy week again with anniversary, helping with the Swainby Workshop bookings, my kidney scan (there are 2 and they looked normal so back to the drawing board and sadly more tests as to what is causing a problem), a blood test, a squeezed in meet up with Nesta for her birthday and I've also got to go laptop hunting. 
Mine is working fine but I have signed up for a course and the on line element requires a newer version of Windows than my ancient XP..............yes, I did say XP lol!!!
Just hope that Widows 10 works the same way and that I can figure how to get things transferred from my current lappy onto the new one.

Well, best get on. Have to get things done whilst I'm on a reasonably good run of health at the moment. Just wish the weather matched the month lol!!!

Ang x

Monday, 31 July 2017

Inverted Corner Box Tutorial . . . . . . . .

Good morning everyone. Me again, back with the Inverted Corner Box Tutorial.

There are a lot of photos I'm afraid but I work better with picture explanations so hope you all do too.

I hope my ramblings make sense, but if they don't, please shout.

The measurements I have given are for the largest box I could make using a Grand Calibur and for one continuous piece of card. You could, of course, make it wider by doing it as separate panels but I always personally think boxes look tidier if you can use the fewest separate side panels you can.

Start with an A3 piece of card and cut the shorter side (30cm) down to 21cm. 
Then score along the longest length (42cm) at the following intervals;
1cm, 9cm, 10cm, 11cm, 19cm, 20cm, 21cm, 29cm, 30cm, 31cm, 39cm, 40cm and 41cm and chop the final one cm off.

Then score along the bottom at 4cm up (or 17cm down depending on which way you want to work lol!!!).
Chop out the pieces from the bottom up to this score line so you end up with a piece of card as shown below.

Cut your pattern die out of each side panel. I used the SW Delicate Adornment as I happened to buy 2 of them as a bargain on eBay and thought they looked good cut out together, but you can use any die/s that cut into the card rather than cutting out.
As your card is 21cm deep, it will go through the Grand Calibur.

After you have cut all four side panels, your piece of card should look like below.
The pencil line you can faintly see is just to get my dies level.

Re-score the already scored lines and fold each panel as below.

Fold the base flaps up as below.

Fold the ends together and stick the ends together to form the box but keeping the corners pushed in. Then stick the bottom flaps down on top of each other to form the base. They won't completely cover the bottom so draw around the base twice and cut out 2 pieces to cover the base inside the box, as below.

And on the very bottom as below.

Draw around the base a third time and cut out a circle that lines up with the corners, as below (apologies for the blurry photo but I think you can see what I mean).

When you have cut out the circle, nip out the corner triangles and score along the edges following the lines (you can rub them out before or after) and you end up with a piece as per below.

From this piece, I cut in a medallion die (I happened to use SB Medallion One) in the centre and punched flowers from the side flaps. I then backed the flaps with some purple card to make the flowers stand out when the lid is on.

Finally, cut four pieces of card to hold the lid in the box. In this case, the square section of the lid is 10cm x 10cm so I cut the four pieces to 7.7cm x 3cm and scored along the longest side at 1cm so that each piece is 1cm one side of the scoreline and 2cm the other side. The picture below shows 2 glued in place (the 1cm side is glued down and to the edge of the flap) and 2 ready to be glued so you can, hopefully, see what I mean.

Bend the flaps in so they are not flattened out and the inner card pieces slot in behind the panels to keep the lid in place. Hope you can see what I mean below.
Add some ribbon through the top to make it easier to pull the lid off.

Embellish as you wish and voila, you have an inverted corner box with lid.

I will add a button to the menu bar at the top of the blog as a future reference point for this tutorial.

Hope you all have a wonderful week.

Ang x

Ps..........Lydia, please don't forget to email me at with your details so that I can post out your Paddle Prize.

Saturday, 29 July 2017

Boxing Clever. . . . . . . .

Good morning everyone. Hope you are all ok. 
Still playing catch up with my blog visits as its been a busy week, as you can imagine with bookings emails etc.

Welcome to new followers Marie B, Deborah G and Sandra G. Thank you for joining our merry (not in a drunken way ...... except a couple of the regulars lol!) band.

Spent Thursday at John's too sorting out the finer points of our Ansty workshop. I am helping out doing the bookings for the Swainby workshop but I'm not the organiser of that one.

You may have noticed, I've had a re-vamp of the blog. I thought it was looking a bit stale after 4 years and needed a bit of a zhuzh up. Hope its not too in your face after the previous pastel tones.
After my initial tweak, I've re-organised the layout so the duck is back (it had done a runner on my first attempt) and changed the text colour from pink on pink lol!!!

Mr D has also been on pulling duties again and the name out of the plant pot for the Paddle Prize offered here is. . . . . . . drumroll. . . . . . . . .

Congratulations Lydia. Thank you for comments and support. Please email me at with your details so that I can post out your prize.
Apologies to everyone else but thank you for joining in.

Now, today's offering is a box. It was a fiddly beggar to do but something I had wanted to try for a while. Now I've got it sussed, its not so fiddly and I have prepped a tutorial if anyone is interested.
If you look closely, all the corners are inverted rather than squared off (I like to be different).
How to do the lid was a poser but I came up with a solution and it worked so hurrah!!!

A3 sheet of white card
SW Delicate Adornment die (cut twice as mirror images into the sides of the box)
SB Medallion One die (cut into lid)
Presscut Circle die
Tonic flower punch
Purple satin ribbon
Pearage and teeny pearlage

Hope you find it a little different to the norm.  I went for the minimalist look with embellishments so as not to hide the unusual corners. 
If you would like me to blog the step by step for this, I'm happy to do so. 

Thank you all so much for your lovely comments on my reflections card. It was one of those that I thought "Yup, I really like how that turned out".
I must, however clarify one point. When I said "I went commando" I did mean straight into action without fear of defeat not thinking of the other meaning lol!!!

I can assure anyone of a sensitive disposition that I wasn't undieless in my craft room, mainly as the chair is leather and I wouldn't have fancied peeling myself off it after half a hour of my butt sticking to it.
However Andrea, if you have any success trying the "technique" please share as I'm sure we'd all give it a go (with a cushion in place to prevent the butt peelage situation). . . . . . . . in fact, I shall mention it to John for his next Hochanda appearance. I'm sure that it would increase the viewing figures, if not the sale ones hahaha!!!

Anyhoo, that's me for now, all set for another GP weekend hurrah!!!

Have a fab weekend, whatever you are doing and be good.

Ang x


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