18 March 2014

Fairy Tales

Good morning everyone. I have my newest card for you to share today. It's for Daring Cardmakers 
Fairy Tale challenge.

It was so easy to create this card. I had really fun to layering pattern papers. Each layer is different paper with inked edges around.

I love the Stampin'Up Sale-A-Bration See Ya Later collection. The sentiment used on this card is my absolutely favorite!

Instead of lace I added paper petals and cotton trim which I frayed and pleated for more shabby effect.

Once in a lifetime you meet SOMEONE who changes everything!
I met and with him I feel like a princess living her fairy tale!

Have a lovely day! 

Used Material :

White card blank
Crate Paper DIY Shop patterned papers
Crate Paper Blue Hill Collection Sky
Dark brown cardstock
Hobby Craft white bridal petals
Stampin'Up See Ya Later
Papermania Pink Quartz Mosaics adhesive gems
Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress Ink
Pink cotton trim

13 March 2014


Good morning! Hope that you all have a lovely day. Dies are really very practical things for every crafters. You can find so many types and sizes. When you start with die cutting there is no way to stop :0) 
This fun card is made by using Nellie's Multi Frame's.

Thank you for stopping by and enjoy your day!

Used Material :

White card blank
Kraft cardstock
Do Crafts Back To Basics III
Some scrap papers from my scrap box
Do Crafts Pampered Pets cardstock stickers
Docraft Roman Alphabet clear stamps
Staz On Blazing Red ink pad
Paper flower
Prima adhesive gem stones

10 March 2014

Fresh Spring Colours

Hope that you have a nice Moday. It's sunny outside so I opened my window to feel fresh air. I tuned on Coldplay and bogging! What a lovely afternoon! 
I have my new card for you. This time for Sassy Srappers. I love their March Moodboard. It's very similar to mine from Daring Cardmakers. I guess that we all dream about fresh spring colours after  boring grey winter! I really love this colours.

My card :

I created a pocket card

with nice tea bag inside. 

I trimmed rectangle panel from tracing paper stamped chevron pattern, stitched top line then folded panel in half and stitched along the bottom and the edge. 

Thank you for stopping by!

Used Material:

Kraft card blank
Pink Paisley pattern paper
MME Bohemia
Crate Paper Blue Hill Collection Sky
Orange cardstock
Tracing paper
Keiser Kraft Chevron clear stamp
Clearly Besotted Love Quotes 
Slice with basic elements
Prima flower
Vintage satin ribbon
Lace trim
Wooden peg
Staz On Saddle Brown ink
Archival Jet Black ink

7 March 2014


This card I would like to entry to Casology week 85 challenge Carnival. The theme make me smile. I remeber when I was a little child how we used to celebrate carnivals at school. All those beautiful handmade costumes! Princesses, musketeers, daisies, ladybugs, Indians, toadstools, fairies and klauns. Oh, sweet memories! :0)

Speaking about klauns here is my card :

All pieces on this card are cut by hand. I went for different colours and structures to make my klaun more life.

I used yellow chalk around the edges of square paper and brown thread for machine stitching.

Have a happy carnival!

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

March Colours

Hello everyone! I'm very exciting today! It was my turn to set up a new dare at Daring Cardmakers. You don't know, but this is my little celebration too. This week has been 3 years since they took me under wings and I am so proud of it.  Dear Daring Cardmakers thank you for having me! I love you very much! You will always be my favourite! 
Now... as it is a first Friday of the month it is time for Colour Challenge! So this is what I came up to :
Use colour palette from my inspirational image :

My card :

and here is my tutorial how to create this card :

Cover the white card blank 12.8 x 17 cm with kraft cardstock paper.

Print out sentiment on white cardstock. I used fonts from www.dafont.com ( If you don't have a printer stamp some nice sentiment or rub on some transfer ).  Cut out frame 10 x 14.5cm  use Spellbinder Classic Rectangles Large for making the window. Ink the edges and stitch around.

Die cut grass from green patterned paper using Spellbinder Labels Ten and house from light blue cardstock using Memory Box Village House.

Cut out two panels. The pattern one 15.3 x 11.5cm for matting and the orange one 9 x 13.5cm for the house background.

Adhere the grass oval and frame on the orange background.

Fix the house, leave the door open for dimensional effect.

Wrap the twine around the frame.

Matt with patterned paper and affix on the card front. Add buttons and gem stone for the door knob to finish.

Have a beautiful afternoon! Sending blessings!

Used Material :

White card blank
Kraft, blue and orange cardstock
Southfield Snow White Hessian Embossed cardstock
Green pattern paper ( I don't know maker it was in my scrap box )
October Afternoon The Thrift Shop
Memory Box Village House die
Spellbinder Labels Ten and Classic Rectangles Large
Blue gem stone
White and beige thread
Versa Color ink pad
PC and printer

4 March 2014


Hello my dearest friends. I am enjoying every little sun ray coming through our windows. We have a sunny day after so many rainy days and weeks here in UK. That reminds me that spring season is really closer and I should check my bike and cycle to Richmond Park ( that is our closest ). Can't wait for our summer picnic cycling. What about you? Do you have your bikes ready?

Here is my card dedicated to my loving hubby who can't live without cycling! 

And here are some photos from our cycling :

Hope that you have a beautiful day!

Used Material :