Tuesday, August 31

'Ello 'Ello 'Ello

I was going to throw these Anna Griffin papers away but decided to make some note cards with them instead....

Recipe: Images - Papertrey Ink / Paper - Anna Griffin / Tools - EK Success Punch; Papetrey Ink Dies / Other - Papertrey Ink Ribbon, Ink & Cardstock

Thanks for stopping by & enjoy your week x

43 comments:

Lilacanglia said...

these are absolutely gorgeous
Hugs
Angie

Helen said...

Wow - these are gorgeous Steph! Love the pleating...must give that a go! :0)
Helen x

Clare *Littlebear* said...

They are gorgeous!

Biscuitlid said...

these look so pretty, bet you're glad you used it now! Like the clean and simple look
Hugs
Victoria
x

Crafty Tam said...

These are beautiful Steph and I love the pleating! Think I might have a go at this myself so thanks for the idea ;o)

So glad you didn't throw these papers away, they are gorgeous.

Hope you had a lovely weekend.

Hugs

Tammy xx

Joy said...

My paper pleating never looked as good.... and I used Anna Griffin papers which I may have already thrown out - lol . But, you've rekindled my affair with pp so will have another go. Love these cards and the colours are delish xx

Yana said...

You're such a Papertrey Ink fan!
Stylish cards!

Saxo Stamper said...

Hi Steph, you certainly are the queen of paper folding - these are just gorgeous girly

K x

Ann-Marie said...

Oh I love these cards Steph very elegant. Never had a go at paper pleating but I love the effect it gives so this is now on my list of things to try. Take care Ann-Marie xxx

Craftyanny said...

oh this is a 'must try' Steph, your cards look fantastic!!
Anne x

Angela said...

You're so good using up you old papers, they look beautiful the colours are really pretty!!! Now you have space for some new stash!! lol,
Angela x

Aimes said...

Oooh these are fab, hun! Love the paper pleating and I agree on the fave colour of the 3 (no surprises there!)
Hugs,
Aimes
x

yvette said...

Stephanie what a great idea and so elegant and pretty.......Love your blog

Caryn said...

Very pretty - from trash to treasure in the blink of an eye!! My fave is the pink.

Hugs,
Caryn xxx

scrappyjacky said...

Wow Steph....certainly a bit different...they'd make gorgeous notelets.
Hope the school preparations are going well.

Tonje said...

Beautiful cards. The paper folding gives a really nice effect! But I can't believe that you were going to throw out paper... lol....

ScrapyCherry said...

they are amazing oO sooo much work ! looks beautifull :)

Juls said...

these are just gorgeous!! Love the paper pleating you have done, very stylish and elegant cards! Hugs Juls

Michelle said...

Wow!! These are lush love the paper pleating I may have to give this a go, if I get stuck may have to ask you for a demo :) have a great wk. Xx

Andrea said...

These are so stunning! What a way to use up papers - wish I was that clever LOL!
Love, Andrea xx

Mina said...

aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh you nearly gave me a heart attack there you would never have thrown these stunning papers away would you lol...stunning work as always Stephanie, I love the pleating
Mina xxx

Marion said...

Hi Steph,
Thanks for popping by my blog. These cards are just delicious, I bet you're glad you didn't throw the paper away. Pleating is terrific.
hugs
Marion

Stamps and Paper said...

Steph they are lovelt cards, fancy thinking of throwing the paper away... it's nice to hear from you from time to time...we still miss you.

Anne

Linby said...

These are gorgeous.
Linbyx

bonnie said...

These are fab honey....I absolutely love looking at a selection of the same like this instead of just one card...I usually get bored doing multiples but I really do prefer the look...very appealing to the eye!! Hey...never throw pp away...just send my way! ;) love what you did with these how creative you are!! Thank you very much for my sweet blog award that was my first and you made my day!!! Sweet hugs, Bonnie xx

AuroraDawn said...

They're beautiful Steph! love them ... BUT now you've made me spend more pennies I now HAVE to have those PTI dies ... naughty girl ... LOL

Carole RB said...

Hi Stephanie

Your cards are beautiful

Kerry said...

Hi Steph,

Gorgeous cards. I think my fav is the baby pink but they are all lovely.
You are soo good making cards in bulk - it takes me all my time to make one!! Lol

Love Kerry xxx

lil-paper-pixie said...

These are just too cute!! So glad you used that paper.x

Archies Mum said...

Wow they are absolutely gorgeous, love them x

Ann said...

Really original idea Steph - they look so pretty and deceptively simple!!

Shirley N said...

OMGosh Steph, these are FABULOUS, I love them all! Thanks for the inspiration, I want to make some too!!!

Alex said...

WOW: Steph, these are beautiful, love the pleats and the papers are gorgeous!

Hope you're well.

Thanks for sharing.

Alex x

Diamond Doll said...

Hi Steph, these are gorgeous so fresh looking,i,m so glad you never throw the papers out.
(hugs)
Trish (-:

*Michaela* said...

These are gorgeous!!! Yummy colors and your pleating is faaaabulous!
Good thing you didn't throw the papers out - turned out delicious!

Kim. said...

Gorgeous cards and I love the girl's birthday cards too in the post below. The paper pleating looks stunning.
Kim xXx

HappyExpressions said...

So beautiful and elegant! TFS!

Yvonne said...

The thought of it ... Throwing poor Anna out!!!

Such beautiful cards.. simple yet so pretty, loving the colours too, I bet you are glad you never got shot now?

Penni said...

Wow these are so pretty and elegant.

Hugs
Penni
x

Merry said...

Oh so wonderful....never thought to make such a wide pleat....looks terrific.

Katiejane said...

Oh wow what a fantastic idea! I've not tried that before, I may have to give it a go. These are so pretty to look at, these would look brill on the shelf in Harrods don't you think?
Gorgeous they are :)
Katie xx

Vicki said...

These are gorgeous Steph, I just love Anna Griffin, might even have these papers....lol

Hugs
Vicki x

craftingmanda said...

steph these are gorgeous honestly you give me so much inspiration i love the effect of the paper pleating