Thursday, June 22, 2017

Wish

Playing for 2 challenges today:
The sketch challenge on:

and use Patterned Paper on
The card is made with patterned paper from
Club Scrap's Pattern Play.

The butterfly is a thinlit from Stampin'Up!
and the sentiment is from Tim Holtz.
Decorated with sticky rhinestones.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!



Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Tuesday Morning Sketch: Sunflower

Today I made a card for the 

This is the result of this weeks sketch.
I used Club Scrap's Pattern Play printed paper
and stamps from the Aug 2016 Sunflower kit.

Here you see the sketch. You find the details on 
the blog HERE

Here  you have another look at the center of the card.
I stamped the sunflower twice, to give it a more
3-d look and added 2 tiny gemstones.

Thank you fro looking
and have a creative day!



Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Fruit

As I am anxiously waiting for my Club Scrap box.
with the real paper and stamps, I thought I would combine
the digital paper with some other Club Scrap stamps
for a challenge on the Creative with Stamps blog.

The stamps I used for the fruit challenge are from
the Club Scrap Cantina kit (July 2015).

I printed the background paper from the Pattern Play
digital kit and put this paper in my misti and stamped
the sentiment(black) and the lines (ash).

The apples are stamped on a seperate piece of paper.
First in neon green and next partly in carnation.
Then I cut out both apples and added them to
the background with foam tape.

The gemstones are just a little extra bling to the card
and not only on the apples, but also on the dot of the sentiment.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!


Monday, June 19, 2017

Panda for FMS292

Here is a cute card for FMS292 with the
Panda Pals from Craftindesertdivas.

You find all the details of the sketch challenge

Behind the little panda, I embossed all the papers
with a bamboo embossingfolder. He is chewing his favorite
food: bamboo.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!


Sunday, June 18, 2017

Happy Father's Day

Scrapping with paper and digital today for 
Father's Day.
Above is real paper from Club Scrap's Adirondacks kit
from last month. The sentiment is made up on my computer
and is partly from Create with TLC.
The oval letters are from Michael Strong all other stampos
are from Club Scrap.

And this page is made with the digital
Club Scrap kit from this month called Pattern Play.
The colors and patterns are perfect for masculine
cards and scrapping.

Thanks for looking
and guess what we will be doing....!




Friday, June 16, 2017

Baby and coffee

Last day of baby cards! I have to move on, but I could not resist
using the tiny feet for a last time. Wanted to make some 
non-conventional cards in totally different colors.

Then my new stamps, papers and dies arrived. Yes, coffee theme
from Stampin Up! out of the new catalogue. A set called Coffee
Cafe, that comes with wonderful papers and ribbons. I wanted
them so I was ready for the Summer Coffee Lovers Blog
Hop dat is real soon.
 
Here is an impression of all the new goodies.
I must order more paper, that is just way too cute and lovely!
So how about a card within the baby theme?
The sentiment is from another new set called
In the City.
Here a close up of the coffee cup.
Yes, behind the cup I used the sizzix coffee bean
embossing folder.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!



Thursday, June 15, 2017

Art Neko for Father's Day

I made this card for Father's Day with stamps from
the Art Neko Marine sheet2 and is also on the
Art Neko Blog. Here I share more detailed pictures
on how I made this card.

This is how I started the card. Take a regular card and from the inside
cut a strip of 1 inch away until the middle fold.

on the fron side of the card I cut only part of the 
1 inch strip. (I cut on both sides 1 inch).

Fold these strips towards the front of the card and make
it look like the collar of a shirt.

Next I took the shell stamp and walnut stain
oxide distress ink and stamped it on a piece
of orange cardstock.

I cut the cardtock in two and taped it to the
front of the shirt.

Next I took a piece of 3 x 3 inch copy paper and started
collage stamping on it and also colored it orange.

This is the finished piece of paper, now ready for folding into a tie.

Here you see the finished tie. I add also here the
folding template, that I found on the internet:
If you click on the picture, you can see a larger version.

Here on the detail, you see the tie added and the
collar fastned with 2 little orange brads.

You can add any sentiment to your liking.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!