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Tealight holder for battery tealight.
Cut from 250gsm conqueror card
The vellum inserts are made using the punch tool.







Dragon, bird and leaves are cut from real wood veneer.






Butterfly Mobile
Each buttefly is cut from acetate and then engraved with a flower design






Engraved Chocolate


Frames cut from mat board and covered with patterned paper.
The decorated corners are made from cut and embossed gluefoil which has been filled with Rub'N'Buff wax and then distressed with sandpaper.



Box cut from hammered card and mirror card. The dragonflies are only an inch long and are engraved on acetate and then cut before colouring with alcohol inks and glitter.



Acrylic clocks decorated with vinyl


The design is drawn using the Silver Bullet and a combination of permanent and water soluble pens.


The peacock feathers are created using the punch tool and then coloured with chalk.



Glasses are etched with etching cream after applying a template cut from vinyl


The design is printed in black laser toner and foiled with the Foil Master. It was then embossed using a plastic template cut on the Silver Bullet


Gift box designed in the shape of a house. The roof lifts off to allow access to the inside.


Flower engraved and cut from Gluefoil.


Leather embossing



The central panel is embossed gluefoil decorated with alcohol inks. The frame is cut from mat board and then covered in coloured paper.


Minibook cut from mat board and cover with a selection of patterned papers


Christmas star decoration cut from vellum. The silver dots are drawn using a paint pen and the Pen/Tool holder before cutting out the shape.


Design engraved on acetate sheet


Dragon fly punched in conqueror cardstock before being cut out.


Rhinestone decorated T-Shirt


Notebook with acrylic cover, engraved and coloured with alcohol inks


Metal sheet with samples of engraved text. The uppercase letters of the smallest engraved words are only 2mm high!


Linen bags decorated with heat transfer flock.


Metal engraving showing both fill and line engraving


Picture frame decorated with engraved and cut Gluefoil. The interior mat is patterned paper printed with a black laser toner design and then foiled using the Foil Master.


Gluefoil punched with the Punch Tool


Gift bag decorated with rhinestuds


T-Shirt decorated with vinyl and rhinestones.






















Small wooden boxes covered with two colours of real wood veneer.


Wooden blocks using vinyl stencils for the painted areas, coloured pens for the outlines and embellished with rhinestuds.

Commissioned as a christening gift, the baby is cut using the baby cut and print file with each printed layer mounted on top of half a dozen plain layers to give a decoupage effect but with a greater substance.

The corners are cut from the Macintosh corner file and then coated with Glossy Accents and clear glitter.

















These two designs are part of a series that make up a book quoting Elizabeth Barratts poem ?How do I love thee? The book was commissioned as a gift for a Golden Wedding Anniversary. The letters are from the ornamental letters page and are cut in basic white card stock and then triple embossed in gold.  





A concertina card using the dragon files and the castle cut in black cardstock.
Some of this was cut using Bazzill Bling, it gave a lovely effect, but beware as it does play havoc with your blade sharpness!


Uses a variation of the birthday and flowers file.
Just cut and glittered.



Engraved on metal sheet and then aged with alcohol inks, each of these is actually only half an inch in size, but the detail you can get with engraving is fabulous. Uses the Ornamental Doodads file.


Another example of engraving on metal sheet, again shown larger than life size. Uses the Macintosh rose file


Created using the bride file, and then embellished with crayons and pearl beads.


Cut from the Schnauzers file using bazzil cardstock and crayoned to add depth.

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