1 August 2014

August Colour Combo Dare



I can't believe how's time flying. It's 1st of August. Amazing! 
Everybody knows that the beginning of new month is for Daring Cardmakers extra exciting. It's time for new colour combo challenge. We have although a new talented guest designer joining us. 
Pop to her blog for beautiful inspiration. 

Now, here is the inspirational picture for August Colour Combo :



My card :

I used a lot of inking technique on this card to achieve a shabby look. Embossed background and die cut butterflies using different sizes butterfly dies and materials.

I love the sentiment from Keiser Kraft Life Sentiments Acrylic stamp set. 

For embellishments I've used pink seam binding ribbon, white button, cream vintage lace and peach resin flower. 

Have a wonderful Friday!
See you soon!



Used Material :

White card blank
White, baby blue and pink cardstock
Crate Paper Maggie Holmes Emphera Pack
Clearly Besotted Butterfly Wishes clear stamp and dies
Keiser Kraft Life Sentiments stamp set
Provo Craft Butterfly die
Sizzix Stampin'Up Framelits Chalk Talk and Arrows Embossing folder
Memory Box Heart Chain Border die
Pink ribbon and cream vintage lace
Resin flower and white button
Stazon Timber Brown ink
Versa Magic Purple Hydrangea
Versa Color Turquoise
Brown pencil


31 July 2014

In Mediterranean Sea



Hello my dear friends. I am back from my summer holidays. We spoilt ourselves in the largest island of Greece Crete.
The weather was fantastic - melting hot everyday :0) Our small hotel beach had the most crystal clean water I've ever seen. Because we both like adventure we hired a quad bike and visited some beautiful romantic towns and villages. Tasted traditional Greek cosine. Mmm, I miss our afternoon frappes in Agios Nicolaos.  
Than we decided to go farther and went to cruise to the Spinalonga Island. An important Venetian fortress which become a leper colony in 1903. Place with such an atmosphere! 
We although visited the most important and magnificent Minoan palace of Knossos. 
Oh,I am sad that our holiday finished but happy to be back so I can start on my craft projects. 
My card I want to share with you today is about summer.






Here is my favourite picture from our holiday :


The panorama of Agios Nicolaos


Hope that you all have beautiful afternoon.




Used Material :

coming soon


28 June 2014

No Scissors Please



Hello. I was baking today! So while it's my cheese cake sitting on the kitchen top and cooling down I can spent some time with you blogging :0) I have some nice summer card for you today. 
Miri from Daring Cardmakers set up really lovely dare for us this week.
She asked us to follow one simple rule :
No Scissors Please !
Decorate a card blank without using scissors or a paper cutter/guillotine. However, you may use your die cutting machine to add labels/shapes etc.

Here is my card :

Instead of cutting I was tearing! 

First I stamped stripes on the craft cardstock with brown ink, then I tore off main panel and stamped sentiment on the top, took two light blue wide stripes and tore to sea waves.

Turned on my sewing machine and stitched around with black thread. Die cut sailing boat from 3 different cardstocks - embossed white, light blue and red.  Finished with grey bow embellished with twine and little button.





Have a lovely time full of sunshine!


Used Material :

Kraft, light blue, red cardstock
My Favourite Things Go Overboard stamps
Die - namics Sailboat
Brown and black ink
Grey ribbon
Twine
Button


31 May 2014

Let's Go For A Ride


My card today is for The Shabby Tea Room
 'Lets Go For A Ride' challenge week #220 with this 
gorgeous image for inspiration.  


and create a card or project inspired by the photo and 
include something with wheels, pink flowers and background textured.

Here is my creation :

Pram for the something with the wheels, pink flowers are on the satin bow and embossed cream background.






Have a beautiful Saturday evening!



Used Material :

White blank card
Kraft, white and cream cardstock
Crate Paper Little Bo Peep patterned papers
Sizzix Arrows embossing folder
Marianne Design pram die
Memory Box Texture Tessatina stencil
Spellbinders Classic Scalloped and standard circles small
Vintage satin ribbon
Buttons
Adhesive pearl embellishment and gem stone
White Acrylic paint
Ink pads
PC + Printer


30 May 2014

A Rockstar


Oh, hi! It's me again! I have one more card to share with you today. It's a little bonus card to my 
Daring Cardmakers 'Wish Upon A Star' challenge. Something masculine  'You Are A Rockstar'
Please help yourself and download all freebies bellow created for you. 

I wanted to try something new.I created guitar, stars and sentiment on my PC! 





Here are my freebies. Please let me know if you like them. I will appreciate your opinion in my comments :0)

Click save image and print.

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Have a nice afternoon! I'm enjoying my cuppa right now :0)




Used Material :

Kraft and white cardstock
Crate Paper Story Teller
My freebie images
Provo Craft Cuttlekids Outer Space star die
Twine
Buttons
Glitter glue

Wish Upon A Star


Hello and good morning. It was my turn over The Daring Cardmakers this week. Hope that you like watching the stars, because my challenge is all about them! 
Wish Upon A Star
Create a project with star or stars on. They are so many possibilities like sport stars, fairy-tail stars, astronomical stars, music rock stars ... 

Here is my card :

I created very simple card with stars detail.

First I print out sentiment on the kraft cardstock. Then I cut out panel from flowery pattern paper, matted with white cardstock for the card background.

Die cut stars using Provo Craft Cuttlebug Outer Space dies, inked with dark brown ink and adhered on the panel. Took dark brown thread and stitched around the edges. Fix a strip of net on the bottom part of panel and attached on the card front. Finished with glitter glue and left to dry!


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Come to see more amazing designs from Daring Cardmakers Design Team :



Have a fantastic Friday and make a wish when you'll see a shooting star!



Used Material :

Kraft and white cardstock
My Minds Eye Bloom Designer cardstock paper
Provo Craft Cuttlekids Outer Space dies
PC + Printer
Brown ink and thread
Glitter glue

29 May 2014

Smile


It's nice to meet someone over the phone. Especially when it is your family.
My card today is for all call lovers, chatters and dear friends of mine to say thank you for listening!


First I die cut numbers on the white cardstock panel for the background. Coloured each one with yellow Copic pen and adhered back. Wrapped the buttom part of panel with patterned paper and stitched around the edges. Die cut phone from blue and yellow cardstock and inked with brown ink pad.

Stamped sentiment 'Hello' with bow on the top and decorated with dark button.


Have a nice day and don't forget every time you going to make a call or answer your phone SMILE!
The smile will be heard in your voice and keeps a positive energy flows.