27 April 2013

On Your Special Day

There is something about wedding cards. White colours, romantic shabby look. I would like to share with you my card created to Japanes bride and groom to be. 

This is how I started :

and here is my card

Congratulation on your wedding Yuko and Yusuke!

Used Material :

White cardstock
My Mind Eyes Lost & Found patterned papers
Spellbinder Nestabilities
Lace and ribbons
Bridal paper petals
Paper doily
Dry transfer letters
Hair bow pin
Paper roses
Adhesive pearl hearts
Wooden animals ( cat and rabbit)
Ink pads

26 April 2013


Hello everyone. It's been another week. Today I would like to share my card for Daring Cardmakers

This week we have a bit of a recipe challenge for you to try.  We don't mind what sort of card you make but it must feature all of these  

An Aperture of some kind
Something beginning with the letter P
A Die-cut or Punchie
The colour Blue

Here are some inspirations from our design team.

 My card :

Have a nice Friday and thank you for stopping by!

15 April 2013

Feeling Blue

Washing machine fully loaded and on so I can share another card with you! This time for 
 Can you believe that we are on #51 challenge? Amazing! 
Sarah has chosen this inspirational image and asked us to create card or project with the shades of blue and hint of green. 
When I was creating my card I smile seeing this combination I enjoyed this challenge a lot and I love how beautiful stripe grosgrain is!

Here is my card :

I played with American Crafts Majestic clear stamps. Went for two ink shades turquoise and tea leaves then cut out with circle punch. Layered with mounting pads.

When I've got Stampin' Up Petite Pairs I didn't know their are so fabulous. You can use them for any occasion. So many combinations with these sentiment stamps!

I love the soft look of blue stripe grosgrain. It looks soo pretty! I am sure you can change any your project to a stunning piece that everybody will admire!

Have a beautiful day!

Used Material :

White scallop card base
Simple Stories Sn@p patterned paper
American Crafts Majestic clear stamps
Stampin' Up  Petite Pairs stamps
Blue fabric
Letraset Promarkers pastel beige and pastel blue
Versa Color Turquoise and Bisque
Versa Magic Tea leaves
White large paper rose from The Ribbon Reel
Velvet ribbon and blue stripe grosgrain from The Ribbon Reel
Prima adhesive pearls

14 April 2013

There's Only One You

As you noticed  I've been tempting to play with my new Stampin'Up clear stamps for these days ! And I love them!  I've used Vintage Verses set on my card. Wanted vintage look so I've added burlap fabric for texture then Pink Paislee frame with beautiful grey cameo. To make my card more interesting I made some soft pink and baby blue flowers.
I would like to entry Case Study a Design Team  search challenge. So fingers cross :0)
My inspiration for this card was my muse  Melissa Phillips 

Happy Mother's Day by Melissa Phillips

and my card There's Only One You

Hope that you found some inspiration! Thank you for stopping by!

Used Material :

White scalloped blank card
White and pink cardstock
Melissa Frances 5th Avenue 
Lily Bee Persnickety
Stampin'Up Vintage Verses
 Pink seam binding
Cream grosgrain
Cameo from Tea House Bridge
Pink Paislee Artisan Elements
Pearl breads
Burlap fabric
Pink felt and baby blue fabric
Distress tool
Ink pad

Wonderful Day

Seems that these last days missed spring colours. It was really difficult to spent some time outdoor. Freezing cold, wind and rain. Hopefully everything get back to spring pattern soon and we will enjoy parks and riverside walks. I miss them so much! 
My following card's got palette of splashy bold colours. So juicy that you wish to taste those little cute felt apples!

This card was made as a gift for my lovely neighbours from my born town. 
World is so small sometimes! :0) We bumped to each other in moment after we landed on the plane at airport in London!


April Showers

So many inspirations so less time! I wish day to have more than 24 hours.This weekend I want to spend little bit more time with you. I have four cards to share.
 Miri from Daring Cardmakers has her first time to set up challenge for us. She's chosen really fantastic and weather actual topic for us :

April showers  

'It seems that the snowy season is finally over as we already have had lots of rain this week. 
So, this week I dare you to use raindrops, puddles, umbrellas, rainbows … on your cards.'

Here is my card :

I think this is my first card with umbrella ever made!
Funny enough I'm living in London :0)

I enjoyed to play with ribbons. Went for the spring colours yellow and pink. Embellished with nice white button.


I cut out my umbrella from fabulous Lilybee Persnickety patterned paper. Inked around the edges and matt with pink cardstock. Used white gel pen to add a bit of 3D dimension for handle and finished with blue gem stones as a rain drops!

Why not to give my card some action so I printed sentiment and affixed it on the little floating cloud.

April showers bring May flowers!

Used Material :

Kraft, white and pink cardstock
Lilybee Design Persnickety 6x6 Tiny Tablet
Echo Park Spring time
Spellbinder Nestabillities Classic squares large
PC and printer for sentiment
Mounting pads
Inks and thread