Monday, December 17, 2018

Vintage Fancy Fold Corner Card

Hello, hello
today I would like to show a project that is very dear to my heart.
I have the honor of being a member of the Taylormadecards4u Design Team.
It is like a dream come true.
Being part of this team gives me the opportunity to work with vintage related supplies and not only, being able to improve my mixed media skills.
So, for today I have a Fancy Fold Corner card which I decorated with supplies provided by Monica Taylor - owner of Taylormadecard4u. - Make sure you check her store, stunning products :)

For today's project I worked with Christmas Vintage ads and Toys and Dolls tags and ephemera.

I also used some supplies from my stash and had a blast decorating it.
I wanted to make it as a more complex card so I added an inside pocket where I put the tags, so it is a 2 in 1 card.
This is the result:



- spotlight for the images I used - 
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Taylormadecards4u?ref





Really hope you will like it and stay tuned ... there is more to come :)
Happy holidays and stay safe!

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Goha Reading Girl - project #2

Christmas is just around the corner :)
Cannot wait for it!

Today's project is made with a very beautiful 
digital stamp from Goha Digital Stamps - the reading girl. it is my second project as a DT for them and I am really enjoying these cute digital stamps.
If you want to see more of these beautiful stamps you can go here 
I chose to make a surprise slide card because I think it really pops up and it gives the image an extra something :)


So ...

1. Cut my 10.5 x 14.5 cm card base from 260 g/mp2 cardstock
2. Embossed the snowflakes and then used Distress Oxide to sharpen a little the panel.
3. Printed, colored with Polychromos the stamps, both the Girl and the tree - which I found in my stash.
4. Designed the sliding mechanism using a piece of wooden sheet and foam tape.
5. Stamped the sentiment on the pulling tab 

6. Finishing touches, glossy accents and some glitter.


And here it is!
Really hope you will enjoy it!
Happy Holidays everyone :)






Christmas is just around the corner :)
Cannot wait for it!

Today's project is made with a very beautiful 
digital stamp from Goha Digital Stamps - the reading girl. it is my second project as a DT for them and I am really enjoying these cute digital stamps.
If you want to see more of these beautiful stamps you can go here 
I chose to make a surprise slide card because I think it really pops up and it gives the image an extra something :)

So ...

1. Cut my 10.5 x 14.5 cm card base from 260 g/mp2 cardstock
2. Embossed the snowflakes and then used Distress Oxide to sharpen a little the panel.
3. Printed, colored with Polychromos the stamps, both the Girl and the tree - which I found in my stash.
4. Designed the sliding mechanism using a piece of wooden sheet and foam tape.
5. Stamped the sentiment on the pulling tab 

6. Finishing touches, glossy accents and some glitter.


And here it is!
Really hope you will enjoy it!
Happy Holidays everyone :)









Friday, December 7, 2018

Sciarpina card - Brown Sugar Challenge - December




It is time for another DT project for Brown Sugar
The theme is DECEMBER makes. 
 
This month's sponsor is Glimps Stamps. Amazing stamps designed by Veronica. More info at the end of my post :)

For my project I used the gorgeous stamp called SCIARPINA.
I wanted to play a little so i decided to make a mixed media card.

Steps:
1. Cut a 14 x 14 cm card base - red card stock
2. Added a 13.5 x 13.5 cm cream cardstock and a 13 x13 cm pattern paper which looks like a knitted piece.
3. Printed and colored the stamp using Polychromos pencil - really had fun with it.
4. Added all sorts of deco elements: chipboard snowflake, die cut sentiment, flowers and a piece of gauze. Added some snow paste and distressed with inks and there it is.
 Hope you like it!
Happy holidays!







 Our sponsor is Glimpse Stamps, an Italian company owned by Veronica.

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Huddle - Christmas Card


It is time for another Christmas Card made as a DT for A perfect time to craft.
I made this project using a super cute digital stamp called Huddle designed by Sheep Ski.
I decided to make a shaker card with these fluffy penguins. 
So ...

Steps:
1. Cut a 14 x14 cm card base from craft cardstock
2. Cut a 13 x13 cm of watercolor paper and played with some watercolors, green and blue.
3. Print, colored and fussy cut the stamp. I used Polychromos pencils for drawing.
4. Designed the shaker and assembled everything.
5. Added glossy accents, some snow paste and a die cut sentiment.

And this is it!
Hope you like it and Happy Holidays everyone :)









Let's get lit!

The weather in Norway is pretty chilly lately and slowly it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas :)
So, because we have looonnnggggg nights here, I will try and lit things up with this card I made, as a Guest DT for Beth Duff Designs.
I used the Let's Get Lit stamp set. I tried to use as many elements from it so I decided to make a shaker card.

Steps:
1. Cut a 17 x 12.5 cm card base from a 260g/mp2 ivory cardstock.
2. Cut a piece of Bristol smooth paper of 16 x 11 cm and played a little with Distress inks - Oxide Fired Brick and Ink - Mustard Seed. 
3. Stamped and embossed the sentiment using Gold embossing powder and added some lights with black ink.
4. Cut the shape of the window using a die from Tonic Studios.
5. Stamped and colored using Polychromos pencils, the reindeer, the tree and the ornaments.
6. Assembled everything together, added final touches using glitter and glossy accents ...


and this is the result!
   Hope you'll like it! Happy Holidays everyone!







Robin - Christmas Window card

With the cold weather outside and some snowflakes here and there, it's definitely beginning to look like winter is coming.
Today's card is my first project as a DT for A Perfect Time To Craft

For the month of November, the sponsor is SheepSki Design - amazing digital stamps

For this card I used Robin - digi stamp

 Steps:

1. Cut a 14x14 cm cardbase from craft cardstock
2. Cut a 13.5x13.5 cm pattern paper square on which I applied some structure paste using a stencil with musical notes.
3. Used a lacey edges die on which I used the same stencil and added some notes using an ink pad.
4. Die cut the window using scarlet cardstock
5. Printed and colored the stamp using Polycromos and Luminance pencils.
6. Added glossy accents and some snow paste for a wintry effect.
7. Glued everything together and there it is :)


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Friday, November 30, 2018

#386 challenge Card


Hello all,
today I want to show you a project made for the optional challenge for Try Stampin on a Tuesday
I had a sketch and Bling it up as a theme.
This is what I came out with.
Feel free to check out the challenges on the blog. They are always full of surprises. :)


Huggies all and stay safe :)



Thursday, November 29, 2018

Christmas reading bat

Hello hello,
today I would like to share with you a project I made using a stamp from the Christmas series.
I chose to work with the cute bat reading.
You can find the stamps here
Steps:
1. Cut a 10.5 x 14.5 cm card base from a 260g/mp2 cardstock.
2. Cut a piece of Bristol smooth paper of 10x14 cm and I made the background using Distress oxide inks. Blended everything together and then, using some masking paper I made the light for the street lamp.
3. Cut the hill using a border die.
4. Printed and colored using Polychromos pencils.
5. Stamped, cut and colored the street lamp and the sledge.
6. Assembled and glued everything together. Stamped the sentiment and added glossy accents.
7. As a final touch I added some snowflakes that I die cut using glitter paper.
 And this is it :)
Hope you'll like it.
Until next time, stay safe and huggies to all of you!



Sunday, November 25, 2018

Mani ... thanks


Hi guys,
lately I have been having a lot to do and a lot of projects going on, but I still make time to post.
This card was made for an optional challenge for Try Stampin on a Tuesday
I had a sketch and Thanks as a theme.
This is what I came out with.
Feel free to check out the challenges on the blog. They are always full of surprises. :)






Monday, November 5, 2018

Vintage girl - Christmas Card

The weather outside is starting to look pretty wintry. 
cannot wait to play outside in the snow and enjoy the holidays.
But, until then, as I started making my Christmas cards, I found some vintage pictures that I bought some time ago so I decided to use them.
A first card in the series is the one that I am showing today.
I like to experiment mixed media techniques and I am taking baby steps in using chipboard pieces. I find them fascinating. 
 Steps:
1. Cut a card base of 10.5 x 14.5 cm creamy cardstock.
2. Cut a slight smaller piece of blueish pattern paper that I distressed and decorated using stencils, structure paste, embossing powder and inks.
3. Cut some shapes using dies - some swirls and a wreath.
4. Started assembling everything together. Added some flowers and glitter, glossy accents and this is it.
Hope you'll like it :)
Until next time, stay safe and huggies all






Challenge #6 Card



Hello everyone,
today's project is a Christmas card I made for a challenge on Try Stampin on  Tuesday challenge.
I had to make a card using the Tic tac Toe sketch  and a twist given by the Double Trouble Challenge Blog 
From the Tic Tac Toe I chose: Red, Circle and Tree and the twist was to add anything that hangs.
I decided to make a shaker card and to make a Christmas round ornament ... which hangs :)
I made a 10.5 x 14.5 cm card, I used some die cuts and an embossed sentiment. Not very complicated but I really love the result.
Hope you'll like it too. Until next time, stay safe and take care.
Huggies all



Friday, November 2, 2018

Wanderer Card

Hello everyone,
today's post is on a card I made using a digi stamp from Andrea Norris - owner of SheepSki Design.
For November's challenge at Brown Sugar the theme is to make a project expressing thankfulness, gratitude or a thank you.

I chose to work with the Wanderer because I considered it to be very challenging.

So, this is what I did:

1. Cut a 10.5 x 14.5 cm card base from a 300g cardstock.
2. Printed the digi stamp on a coloring friendly white card stock and colored it using Polychromos pencils.
3. I made the background using Distress Inks and Oxides on which I stamped and embossed the mountains using a stamp from my stash.
4. I added snow paste on the peaks for some interest.
5. I added the stamp using foam tape and as a final touch I stamped some birds and the sentiment.

And this is it!
Really hope you'll enjoy it. 







Our sponsor is SheepSki Designs at https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/SheepSkiDesigns


hey are always Anything Goes with an Optional Twist. Here is the link: https://sheepski-designs-challenges.blogspot.com/



Challenges I enter:
-Heart craft challenge #5