19 September 2014

Cardmaker Blog Hop

I have very exciting news!  I've became a member of Poppystamps Design Team. Still can't believe it! You can read my little story here.  Looking forward to meet new crafting friends and make some beautiful designs. Layer after layer of creativity! 

As a first project we have fantastic Cardmaker and Poppystamps Blog Hop using all fabulous Poppystamps dies. So if you are already hopping along you should have reached me from

Here is my card:

I started my Hello card with  die cutting Poppystamps Big Bubble Background from white, pink and green cardstock. 

Layered on the velum and Memory Box Violet Polka Dots patterned paper. What a beautiful soft look. I filled in some of the missing background bubbles with pink and green cardstock.

Die cut Poppystamps Theo Butterfly perfectly matching with Whidbey Butterfly.
Add white hello sentiment and gold sequins. 
This card came together so quickly I love the new Poppystamps dies. They so pretty! I definitely  need to have more in my stash. 
Good think is you can win some of the dies now! But be careful you need to visit all blogs. You have one week till 26 September! The winner will be selected from all comments on 29 September on Poppystamps Blog.

Don't forget to leave a comment.     
The next stop in Blog hop is Noelle's Paper and Ice Blog.
Good luck and happy hopping! :0)

If you bit lost here is the list of blogs :

Have a nice Friday afternoon! 

Used Supplies :

White, pink and light green cardstock
Memory Box Violet Polka Dots patterned paper
Cosmo Cricket Evangeline Mini Deck
Poppystamps Big Bubble Background die
Poppystamps Whidbey and Theo Butterfly die
Burlap flowers
Hello die
Adhesive pearls
Gold sequins

Stencil Revoloution

Good morning my dear friends! It is my turn at Daring Cardmakers this week. 
I came up with Stencil Revolution 
to use a stencil on your cards and than play with the paints, inks, mist whatever you like. . If you don't have any stencil in your stash make it yourself with your favourite dies. I can't wait to see what you come up with,  here is what our design team made for you.

And because it's an apple season I've created some yummy shape cards.

I used Memory Box Texture Tessatina designer stencil 

and white acrylic paint on my green apple card. 

I  used a heart die to create my own customized heart texture stencil.

and pink ink on my red apple card. 

   Used Material : 

Green Apple

White, cream and black cardstock
Woodland Beauty Woodware craft collection patterned paper
Crate Paper Lillian and Season Collection
Memory Box Tessatina texture stencil
White acrylic paint
My Mind's Eye Lost & Found Sunshine Lovely stamps
Yellow and black ink
Paper flower
My Favorite Thing leaf dies
Black thread

Red Apple

White, cream and black cardstock
Crate Paper Lillian and Season Collection
Cosmo Cricket Everafter Something Blue
Memory Box Owl Heart die
My Mind's Eye Lost & Found Sunshine Lovely stamps
Yellow,black and pink ink
Paper flower
My Favorite Thing leaf dies
Black thread

12 September 2014

Colour Q Palette

Today I have another project to share with you. I found this beautiful Colour Palette on Colour Q Challenge Blog

Soooo beautiful! 

I couldn't resist and have played with my stash to create a card for Colour Q challenge #258 
inspired by Animal Outline Lampshade from Antropologhy. 

Have a lovely Friday afternoon!

Used Material :

White scalloped card blank
Journaling card by Creativity Promt
Felt Butterfly
Martha Stewart Butterfly Punch
Paper Smooches hello die
MME Lost&Found Sunchine Lovely stamps
MME The Sweetest thing stamps
StampinUp Crumb Cake ink 
Ranger Pale Ochre ink
Memento London Fog ink
Versa Color Narcissus and Sand Beige ink pads
Adhesive pearls

Glorious Food

Hello my dear friends it's me again. After experimenting with the crayons I created my card for Daring Cardmakers. Leo set up a delicious challenge for us. She asked us to create a card with tasty 
glorious food. 
Hmm it makes me hungry! :0)

Here is my creation :

Used Supplies :

White Cardblank
My Mind's Eye In Bloom Patterned Papers
Studio Calico Snippets Collection
Hobby Craft Cutlery Clear Stamp
My Mind's Eye The Sweetest Thing Acrylic Stamps
Paper Smooches Bold Buzzwords Stamps
Versa Color Charcoal and Sand Beige ink pads
Memento London Fog
StazOn Blazing Red
Round Corner Punch
Spellbinder edgeabilities 3 die
Lace and Button

7 September 2014


I love experimenting.Trying new techniques is so exciting! Melting crayon art is an easy and fun thing to do. It's so simple and the result is absolutely instant!  

First I die cut and assembled paint brushes then I bought pack of Crayons. Hmm, love their smell:0) 

I used two heating techniques! First I sharpened crayons with pencil sharpener and melted all the shavings with heating gun on the paint brushes. Secondly I cut a piece from each crayon put it on the blue panel took an iron machine and iron crayon pieces through the baking paper to create a paint splash.

Hope that you have lovely Sunday.

Used Material :

Kraft, light blue, brown, black and silver cardstock
Asda crayons
PC and printer for sentiment
Round corner punc
White thread
Black ink

5 September 2014

September Colour Combo

Summer is over! Welcome autumn! Fallen leaves, harvested fruit, carved pumpkins, stocking shelves for Christmas, longer cosy evenings, crafting table and beautiful projects! 
I have a Colour Combo Challenge for you today! 
With first Friday of the month  a new colour dare at Daring Cardmakers! Look what a stunning palette Sharon pick for us.

Sharon's lovely coffee mug! :0)

and my card :

Have a lovely evening!

 Used Material and Supplies :

White cardblank from Hobbycraft
White cardstock
Crate Paper Prudence Collection
Pink Paislee Thing Big and Pink Plum Collection
Memory Box Heart Chain Border die
Hobbycraft Russian Doll Clear stamp
Seam Binding  and Shabby Sheer Frayed Flower
 Spectrum Noir pencils
Buttons and Stone gem