Friday, December 6, 2019

Baby boy card


Hi, everyone!! Here I'm sharing a baby card I made for a newborn. I used the Paper Smooches onesie die and a little lovin stampset. 
I ink blended the the edges of the onesie with distress ink peacock feathers. When you diecut this onesie it diecut an outline. I put versacolor gold ink on the outline to create a beautiful border around the onesie.
I stamped with the same ink the sailboat and the sentiment "welcome baby". On the little clothespins I put stickles gold on the clothespins for some shine!!


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Christmas card




Hi, there!! Here I'm sharing a Christmas card I made with the SSS November cardkit. The kit came with this cute deer, so I decided to make a shaker card. I watercolored them with #46, #37 Zig Kuretake Gansai Tambi
I ink blended the background with distress oxide worn lipstick. Then I splattered a lot of water on the blended cardstock.
I dried the cardstock with a kitchen towel. After it was completely dry I splattered #10 and #95 of  Zig Kuretake Gansai Tambi (a lot!!).
I heat embossed the SSS Christmas with opaque bright white on a black cardstock.
After I finished the card the card, I decided to put some studio katia clear round drops.

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Sunday, December 1, 2019

Christmas packaging with Lawn Fawn


Happy Sunday, everyone!! It's this time of year that I love the most!! Christmas decorations and preparing gift packaging is my favorite part. I enjoyed playing with Lawn Fawn trim the treestitched circle tags and string of lights for the packaging.
I diecut the Christmas tree and Christmas balls and scored them in the centre. After I had eveything scored I glued them together, so they pop up on the top of the present. I think the outcome of this project is cute and the kids love it. They really want to know what's inside (hahaha)!!

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Sunday, November 24, 2019

Hello honey (Paper Smooches)


Hi, everyone!! Here I share a card I made with Paper Smooches Bee Mine and Honeycomb. This was one of the first stampset I bought from  Paper Smooches years ago. Just love the bee with those googly eyes. I colored the bee with Faber-Castell polychromos.
I blend the background with mustard seed and splattered water on it, leave it for 20 seconds and dry it with a kitchen towel. When it was completly dry I splattered gold #91 Zig Kuretake Gansai Tambi.
I glued three honeycombs on each other and on the top I chose a gold cardstock.

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Sunday, November 17, 2019

Christmas Wishes


Happy Sunday, everyone!! After a little break, I made this Christmas card. I used  the SSS picture book moose and wonky rectangles.
I colored the moose with prismacolor pencils and on top of his antlers I put glass bead. I really enjoyed the coloring. The sentiment is from SSS merry and bright. I think it turned out so cute with those googly eyes!

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Monday, October 28, 2019

Birthday card!


Hi, everyone!! Here I share card I made with MFT saddle up & celebrate and birthday chicks.
I diecut a white cardstock with wonky stitched square, then stamped the images with "versafine onyx black". I masked a rectangular space and the images with "Inkadinkado" mask paper. I blend the bottom with distress  inks "brushed corduroy", then scattered straw and on the top broken china.
I colored the images with Faber-Castell polychromos.

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Sunday, October 6, 2019

You're A-maize-ing


Happy Sunday, everyone!! Here I share a card I made with Lawn Fawn happy harvest and lawn cuts happy harvest.
I did a diecut window using several dies of the set. I applied the same rules as for "masking" when stamping. Whatever you diecut first is going to be in front, in this case the scarecrow.
After I diecut the whole scene I placed it on the back panel and stamped the scarecrow, masked it, stamped the pumpkin, masked it, and so on!
I colored the images with Faber-Castell polychromos.
I put double sided foam tape behind the diecut panel and placed it on the colored back panel.
I enjoyed the coloring!

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