Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Little Darling's A Sled Full

Good Morning Crafters

We would like to introduce you to Gill Brannan who has joined the sample making team.

Hi my name is Gill and I am a full time working wife, mum and nanna.
I have always loved making things as far back as I can remember but became serious about it when my children were little. As with most of us crafters I started with knitting, cross stitching and sewing.  Once I found card making and paper crafting I was hooked and filled my house with lovely crafty goodies ever since.  Luckily I have a very patient husband who eve helped me create my craft corner in the living room so we can still sit in the same room as each other.
I have recently reinstate by blog Dixie Designs by Gill and am getting used to keeping it up to date so feel free to pop over, have a look and leave a comment.
I am so pleased to have been picked for Linda's design team it is a real honour as I have followed her for a long time.  This is my first DT and I am really excited to get creating.
She has created these as a review of the Little Darling Stamps before she joined the team.
Visit the Personal Impressions website to see our selection of Little Darling stamps.
Products used
Little Darlings  A Sled Full Rubber stamp
Memento and StazOn black inks
Free papers from the Xmas issue of Make Special Cards magazine
20 x 20 cm Card blanks from my stash
Mat and layer card from stash
Promarkers pens
Double sided tape and detail glue
I decided to use the Memento and StazOn Inks for two different stamps of the same image and found they were both as good when using Promarkers to colour the image.
The stamp from Little Darlings stamped beautifully first time, they are certainly my favourite stamps and I am looking forward to increasing my stamp collection with this make. The clarity is amazing.
I matt and layered the lovely free Xmas papers and die cuts and added a bit of sparkle,  bling and some embellishments. A finally the coloured stamped image.
I am going to save these for my granddaughters.
Thank you Gill and welcome to the team. 
Thank you for visiting


  1. Welcome to the Team Gill Hugs Sandrax

  2. Welcome to our team, look foreword to your projects, x sam

  3. Welcome Gill - can't wait to see what you get up to xx