26 August 2015

Masculine Cards

Summer is keeping us all very busy! I'm slightly behind the schedule of Daring Cardmakers.  
They are having really nice last challenges. 
Trying to ketch up with their designs I created couple of masculine cards for their last week 'Lets hear it for the boys' dare.
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Here are my masculine zipper creations :

Used Material :

First card :

Light blue, orange, black and white cardstock
Making Memories Stripe Pitter Patter Oliver pattern paper
MFT Die-namics Zipper die
Dovecrafts mustage clear stamp DCCS025
Black and Dark Brown Ranger ink
Buttons and white thread

Second card :

Green, white, dark brown, light blue and orange cardstock
Fancy Pants On A Whimsy patterned paper
MFT Die-namics Zipper die
MFT Die-namics Sailboat die (stars )
Spellbinder small circles dies
Clearly Besotted Full Steam Ahead Clear stamps (sentiment )
Black and Dark Brown Ranger ink
Eyelets and cotton twine

Have a nice afternoon. 

24 August 2015

Bee Lampshade

Here am I after summer holidays! I had fantastic time! My family came to visit me here to England. Such a beautiful moments which I'm going to keep in my heart and treasure them for ever. Hope that you had lovely summer too! 
I just put a cinnamon loaf to the oven so while waiting for this sweet buddy :0) I have some cute project to share with you.

Fiskars have some new lever punches release this year. When I sow their cute bee punch I immediately knew what is my next project! 

Step By Step Instructions: 

You will need some old lamp shade, Thin white paper, Fiskars Bee Lever punch, scissors, Letraset Promarkers, Tweezers, Strong double sided tape.

 Punch out bees from white paper. You will need a lot! 

Colour bees with yellow Letraset Promarker pen.

Add black details. 

Use strong double sided tape to adhere little bees randomly on the lampshade. Tweezers might be great help for your manipulation.

This is how you finish.

Assembly lampshade on the lamp stand.

And you done! The lamp is ready to decorate your home.

This project was designed for Fiskars UK. 

Have a beautiful day. Off to check my cinnamon loaf! 

5 August 2015


All shopping done! My second card is celebrating mornings. The moments when the sun appears on the horizon and waking up our landscape.  This card is also for Poppystamps Blog uses new Fluffy Cloud Trio and Twirly Clouds Dies from recent release. 

You can find all the instructions here and supplies list bellow of this post.

Have a wonderful rest of the day and don't forget to treasure your morning moments tomorrow morning.



It's been while since I was posting. Summer holidays are keeping me busy. We have family visitors here in UK. Doing lot's of sightseeing and city tour exploring. I have couple of free days before my next special guests arrive. There are really nice projects to share with you. 
First one is for Poppystamps blog. They released beautiful new dies. Today I'm going to play with some. 

I visited Buckingham Palace recently and had a privilege to step inside to see Her Majesty State Rooms. 

This card was made after my visit inspired by royal interiors of Buckingham Palace. My card uses new Poppystamp Regal Crown die and new Decor Celebrate sentiment.  

The pink panel background uses Memory Box Scraped Paint designer stencil where I played with white acrylic paint. 

And I almost forgotten absolutely amazing Pinpoint Dome Tag Decorations, which I layered under the sentiment. You can find all my supplies bellow.

Hope that you enjoyed your day. I'm off to grocery market to buy some fresh avocados, ginger and tomatoes.

See you in the afternoon!

3 July 2015

Summer Pom Poms

My second project was created for Fiskars UK. It's a tutorial to make a quick garland of pretty pom poms for summer party or garden barbecue. 

All step by step photo instructions are here.

Hope that you like my summer pom poms idea :0)
Enjoy the rest of your Friday! 

Used Material :

Patterned paper
,Fiskars Intricate Shape Pansy Punch

Iphone Case

Hello! How are you? The heat waves really hit my place! We have 35 degrees and I'm melting down like a chocolate! :0) All windows open right now! Well, that is not good! My craft table looks like a tornado. The papers dancing all around!  Time to do some blogging! :0) 

I have two projects to share with you today. The first one was made for Poppystamps. 
Their new Patient Pup die is so adorable, that I couldn't resist and created my first Poppystamps sewing project. I designed an Iphone Case.

For step by step instructions please click here.

Hope that you like my little project! It will be perfect idea for birthday gifts, surprises or perhaps party activity idea!

Have a fabulous Friday! Hope that you do! Sending hugs.

Used material :

Assorted felt 
 Poppystamps Patient Pup Die
 Black and pink thread
 Snap fastener
 Pins and needle
Fabric cutter