Seeing Red

Susan Robinson
May 14, 2020


I use card making as a kind of art therapy. Feeling very frustrated with technology at the moment, or more so the inability of my brain to comprehend it. After doing a bit of research, I thought I had finally nutted out how to enable my ‘Comments’. It worked for one post, but when I went through exactly the same process for the next one, although behind the scenes looked all good and correct, it then stated ‘Comments Off’ when the post went live. Aaaaagh!!! Why?!? I DO NOT understand! Looks like that problem will once again be put aside in the too hard basket. Such a time waster, I’d rather be making cards.

stamps: ‘Prom Queen’ by Stampotique; ‘Say it How it Is’ by Dylusions.

Alcohol ink background.


Captured Fairies

November 28, 2017


Being a wee winged thing (fairy) is not all the pixie parties and fairy floss you’ve been led to believe. There are traps for the unwary and those not fast enough of flight. And as we know, everyone looovves fairies and would like nothing better than to feast upon them with their – eyes, or (gulp) otherwise.

I occasionally have to indulge my warped sense of humour, so here are some cards featuring fairies in distress. Look away now if you feel the following images may upset you. (Obviously I have way too much time on my hands).

stamps: Monster Mash DYR37750 by Dylusions; DELETE E4-1850 by Stampers Anonymous; Fairies by Lavinia Stamps

stamps: Cats Meow 2272E, Fairy Fly 4941B & Fairy Sit 4942B by Stamp-it; Delicious Wishes 2419F by Penny Black

stamps: Single fairy from Fairy Land si4245E & Tea wording siset097 by Stamp-it

dies: Cobweb siz658713; Dainty Tea Set 1148 by Poppy stamps; Spider is hand made