29 June 2015

Ruby Rock - it



Hello my dear friends! Hope that you had a nice weekend and relaxed beginning of Monday. I was not here for a while, some kind of bug was going around. I was not feeling very well! But don't talk about past, let's talk about present! I'm back in crafty mood introducing you a brand new challenge at Daring Cardmakers! We have fantastic sponsor dare on so  pop to Daring Cardmakers blog and play along! :0)


sponsored our first dare 

There are just oodles of wonderful products for all types of crafters so why not take a peek at their Website or follow them on their Facebook Page

Baby Rock-It!!
The products the DT are using are from the Fundamental range from Ruby Rock-it 


and this is the prize you can win 


and here is what I created :

The bottle tags for the baby gifts. 

Using the stamp set was great fun to create Baby Boy and

Baby Girl bottle tag. 




Thank you for stopping by have a fantastic day and enjoy summer sunshine!





12 June 2015

Glowing Neons


Hello! Guess what? It was my turn at Daring Cardmakers this week. I came up with really bright dare for you!

As the summer approaches us with sunny weather we have a tendency to pick more bright colours from our closet to wear. 
So I'm asking you to turn your brights on and use

GLOWING NEONS
  
on your cards! Neon blue, green, magenta, orange, pink violet or yellow!

Here is my card :







Have a lovely Friday! 
Before I go I have a little neon sentiment for you 









29 May 2015

Mirror Mirror



It's Friday today and the weather outside playing with us funny games! 10 min sunshining 10 min raining 10 min strong wind 10 min heavy raining and all over again! Better to stay at home and do some crafting! I love rainy days! :0)

Now, it was Sharon's turn at Daring Cardmakers this week and 
what a clever girl isn't she? 

I'd like to see mirror images on your cards, this can be mirror stamping, die-cuts or patterned papers featuring a mirror image.

And here is my card:







Have a lovely and cozy Friday! Hugs to you all!



Used Material:

coming soon

27 May 2015

Science Fiction



Today something completely different and usual!  Daring Cardmakers have really fantastic challenge for us this week : 

It's Svenja here with a new challenge for you: 
I have the ominous 42 to celebrate today and it's towel day on Monday. Two good reasons to celebrate the works of the great Douglas Adams with some 
science fiction
themed cards. But of course you're just as welcome to celebrate any other sci-fi hero of your choice: Dr. Who, Mr. Spock, Princess Leia, R2D2... to name but a few. Who is your favourite space alien?

You should come to visit Daring Cardmakers Blog and see what my other Design Teames created for your inspiration.

My card : 

I was inspired by Georges Melies, French famous illusionist and filmmaker. 






If I could travel in time I will meet Georges Melies by face. His ideas, pictures and imaginations were absolutely brilliant! In the 19 century almost unbelievable! 

If you want to watch his movie Trip to the Moon I have it for you here. 



Have a nice afternoon!




Used Material :

Black and cream cardstock
Colour in page of  Georges Melies Moon from Pinterest
Letraset Promarkers
Washi Tape
Stars stamps from Simply Cards & Papercraft magazine
White ink
Piercing tool

25 May 2015

Stencils and Buttons



I'm back to share my latest project for Poppystamps Blog with you. This time I was playing with  beautiful stencils to create my card center piece and wanted to show how nicely die cut and emboss technique works with their new Large Stitched Buttons dies.






for more inspirations, detials and supply list please click here.


Have a lovely Bank Holiday Monday!




21 May 2015

A Little Fox



I pop today to say hello and to share some very cute project with you. Do you have moments to try some other craft activities?  Well, my mind is completely hooked to all kind of crafts. 
I walk down the high street the other day and sow a beautiful shopping window display arranged in orange colours, that gave me an idea to work with some orange felt. And suddenly my project was born. Let's make a little fox brooch! 
Fiskarettes launching their Colour Challenge. They mixed really beautiful colours for us to play. 




You can play too if you would like. It's very easy, go to their FB page Fiskarettes UK and follow the instructions. There is a fabulous price for one lucky winner at the end of the month! 


 And here is my project:  





Die cut two fox bodies one from orange felt and the other one from orange foam. Use white felt for belly, face and tale. Die cut two white bellies one is for the safety pin covering. Finish die cutting eyes and nose from dark blue felt.

Adhere the felt fox on to foam fox. I was using a heat gun. 
Why foam base? It's holding nicely shape and stability of brooch. 

Add white parts like belly, face and tale and stick eyes and nose.

Turn the brooch and fix safety pin. I used again my hot gun.

Cover safety pin with the spare white felt belly.

Die cut a flower. You can choose a colour it suits you the best. Place the flower to your hat, coat,  jacket or bag and pin the brooch.

And you finished! :0)


Hope you liked my tutorial. Wish you all beautiful day!
Hugs!





Used material :

Assorted felt (I'm using wool felt)
Orange foam for crafters
Sizzix Craft Asylum Friendly Fox Die
Sizzix Every Day Essentials
Safety pin
Heat gun



19 May 2015

A Fox Tale


Hello it's me again. I have very funny watercolour project to share today. I was creating a card for Poppystamps Blog using their absolutely sweet fox character from their Fox Tale Clear Stamp Set new release. 




You can find out more on the Poppystamps Blog. Be inspired and click here.

Have a lovely evening.