Tuesday, October 21, 2014

snow much fun

Hello!
Hope all is well!



On pinterest I noticed the talented Laura's card and immediately  wanted to recreate it using my  Warm Wishes stamp set (thanks Laura for the inspiration).

So for this card I cut out my card base and then I trimmed down (so that it's a bit smaller than my base) white cardstock and used my circle die to cut out my window. I cut blue cardstock to fit under this 'window'.  I haven't used my SRM stickers in a while so I found this cute sentiment.


I cut two strips of velum to use as snow.


Adhere the velum and trim off the sides that are sticking out. Then adhere the window. onto the blue cardstock.


Adhere the 'window' to the card base, add the sentiment and snowman (which I coloured with my Graph'it markers).


Now while this is cute I thought the snowman would be happier with company so I added the bird and the present (which is from mMr. and Mrs. Claus stamp set).






I had this stamped image already coloured from a couple of days ago and decided to use my scraps from the card above to create a mini tall card...if you will! ;)
I used mWarm Wishes and Mr. and Mrs. Clause stamp sets.




Have a great day!
xo



Monday, October 20, 2014

hello

Hello!

Happy Monday!

Aga's starting off this week with this beautiful card she created using my Doodle Flowers II and Hello Friend stamp sets. 

GOR.GE.OUS.


Have a great day! 
xo

Friday, October 17, 2014

Jane's Doodles in German?!


Hello!
I hope all is well!

Well...I've mentioned here and there that I was working on a new project...something to do with Germany...I was approached by a German company called Efco about me drawing for them (they like my 'hand drawn' designs and as you can see took some of my existing designs and also commissioned new designs (which will be coming soon). I'm giving away these stamps over on my blog...pop on over there to find out more. :)



For my card I used this little set below (2x3 inch set and they sell for $3.75)

These sets are perfect...well first of all if you're German! :) and they are also great for mini cards and tags. 




I used my water colours to create a quick and easy card.















Have a great day!
xo

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

read all about it

Hello!

How are things? I hope all is well!

I just love my design team...they just wow me with their creativity! Check out this A.D.O.R.A.B.L.E Mariana created using my Read All About It stamp set.
Mariana is AWESOME with colours and her colour combos always inspire me and I don't know about you but I could never get my string to look that good! And how in the world did she manage to paper piece the book...how did she cut that?? :)


Hope you all have a lovely day!
xo

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

thanks

Hello!

Hope all is well!

I wanted to thank someone...just a little something and came up with the idea of giving her a face mask and the perfect way (for me) to wrap it up is in a paper bag....a cute stamp, crochet heart tag and a little washi tape.



Stamps could come in handy for gift wrapping and I decided to stamp the paper bag with the sweet sleeping fox from mHello Friend stamp set.



I really didn't need to add the crochet heart...it would have looked just as cute with only the wash tape but I have a lot of crochet hearts lying around so why not. :)


Have a great day!
xo

Monday, October 13, 2014

happy birthday

Hello!

Hope you all had a lovely weekend! :)

Marion is starting off the week with this adorable mini card (approx. 4 x 3 inches) using my Garden Friends, Read All About It and Doodle Flowers II.



A little store update: Judith is sending me the stamps and as I receive them I will add them back in the shop (that's the reason why half the shop is 'out of stock').

Have a great day!
xo

Thursday, October 9, 2014

thanks

Hello!
Happy Friday! :)

It's Ange's turn on the blog today and she's created this STUNNING card using my Doodle Flowers II stamp set! I just LOVE everything about this card...the die cut 'thanks', the colours, design and fabulous colouring!



Have a lovely weekend!
xo