29 November 2010


The season when cold days are shortest and the coldest nights are longest. The season when you wrap up in your favourite warm blanket looking from the window how children playing in the snow. Here is my country snow land.

Used Material:

Kraft cardstock, Bazzill and Artoz paper, Felt, Christmas parcel trim from Tesco, Melissa Frances rub-ons, Black Letraset promarker pen,  Papermania snowflake brad, Metal nailhead sticker, Ink

24 November 2010

Cheese Christmas

My next card is again for Christmas. What a surprise ! I've taken a design from a brie cheese. You can find a lot of inspiration from the food  packaging. Colours, shapes and sizes. It's easy! Just use them like I did.


Used material:
White card, Bazzill Swiss Dotted paper, Crate paper, Coredinations paper, Daler Rowney papers, Making memories, Cardstock, Old jeans fabric, Scallop punch, WHSmith Decorative sticker and brad, Snowflake cuttlebug embossing folder, Inks, Gel pen

18 November 2010


Did you see Christmas without a Christmas tree? Decorated evergreen, real or artificial, with Christmas lights,ornaments,garlands and tinsels. I prefer natural look. So do my card.

Used Material :

Kraft Cardstock, Daler Rowney color paper,Corrugate paper, Old stamp ( from my stash ),Edge scraper, Red and brown ink, Letraset Promarker pen, Adornit Letter stickers, Ribbon, Black large eyelet, Pom pom yarn, Christmas confetti snowflakes, Brown and white gel pen, Foam pads.

16 November 2010


Hurray! I made my first piece of  furniture. A chest of drawers. Don't worry it's out of paper. Drawers are always connecting with Christmas. I like vintage look so I used a lots of brown ink. For socks garland I chose a felt.

Used material:
Kraft Cardstock; White Cardstock; October Afternoon and My Mind's Eye patterned papers;Felt;Paper flowers; Slice - basic elements; Melissa Frances transfers;Doodlebug velvet brads;Ribbon; Ink;

14 November 2010


I like winter . . . snowflakes are gently falling  . . . everything is white. Did you know that every snowflake is different? No?! Just wait for a snow and you can try. Stretch your hand and you'll be surprised how many shapes and sizes  you will see melting down on your glove.

Used Material :
Bits N Pieces Cardstock; My Mind's Eye, Crate paper patterned paper;
Melissa Frances transfers; Letter stickers Adornit; Nailheads Metal stickers;
Ink pad; Edge scraper; Gel pen; Scallop circle punch, Round corner punch;
Martha Stewart snowflake punch; Zig zag scissors; Green thread


This time of the year is everything about Christmas preparation. You can use all your creativity for making decorations and christmas cards. Here is one of mine:

 Used Material:

White cardstock, Patterned papers Cosmo Cricket and My Mind's Eye 
Prima  Flowers, Martha Stewart snowflake punch
Pink Pebbles rub-ons, Paper crimper, Ribbon, Glitter glue,
Pom pom, Brown ink


Here I am . . . Welcome to my new blog " JELLY WELLY ". I am sure you have been wondering what is my blog about. Do you want to know? I tell you. It's about papercraft. I am so excited to share my card designs with you. So here I am. . . Thank you for stopping by.

I chose to start with some neutral card. A happy birthday card.


Used Material :

American Craft and Bazzill Cardstock
Sandylion and Crate Paper
Square paper
Corrugate paper
Melissa Frances transfers
Cuttlebug swiss dot embossing folder
Black and Brown ink
Black brads, Balck and white gel pen
Brown thread, Chalks, Foam pads, Sand paper