❤️❤️❤️ Hello Everyone! My name is Marta and I would love to warmly welcome you at my blog. I’m a mum and a wife, who is a passionate card-maker. I will be sharing with you my projects and I hope this will give you some inspiration. I also hope that my work will bring you a drop of sunshine, which will brighten up your day. Thank you so much for visiting my page and I hope to see you again. ❤️❤️❤️

Busy of being busy…

It’s been some time my friends since I’ve posted anything here. This supposed to be my blog – the diary of my passion and my everyday artwork. At least that was my goal when I was starting this blog.

My studio got messy and cluttered the same as my schedule. Some days I feel like a dog spinning around trying to catch his own tail. I feel like I’m busy but not feeling as productive as I wish to. Today I read the very important thing that:


So I’ve decided to make some changes and shift my focus onto things, which has a true matter to me and keeping my blog is one of them. I need to reorganize my working space. I need to declutter my desk and shift my focus onto my priorities rather than running constantly and being active on a hundred groups, spreading myself thin and trying to pull all the strings, which really doesn’t move me in any direction…

My dream, my goal, my desire and my life passion is to become a full-time artist and designer. I want to share my love for handmade crafts with the world and bring some sunshine. I want to spread kindness and love and make this world a happy place…

There is a lot to be changed but the main change always starts from the inside. I had some time to rethink my objectives and to decide which patch to choose. And I hope that returning to my blogging and recording my daily work will be the tool which helps me to improve myself and to make that step toward my dreams.

Thank you and wishing you all the best. Stay blessed. Marta

The project I’ve created a year ago to remind myself all the values I want my Drop of Sunshine to be and represent.

Saving my birthday card!

Good morning my friends!!!

If you are crafting you definitely had some oopsies. I had mine while creating this card, but as my dear friend Elizabeth has commented bellow my tutorial: “in card making there’s never a mistake, only happy accidents!

So I’ve made sure I turned this oopsie into my happy accident:

Here is some close up photos:

List of supplies:

Happy Friday everyone!!!!


Today I’ve created this lovely card with good vibe on it. The sentiments are in Polish and they say: time for break, relax, catch a moment and the biggest one: enjoy life. Wishing you all fabulous weekend 😘😘😘

Autumn outside, spring on the table

Today i just woke up to the grey rainy sky and I though that day like this deserves a little bit of springish touch… I had a few pieces leftover strips, so I’ve turned them into this lovely card

All papers are from Spring Morning Dreams collection from Craft O’Clock, I only add a little ribbon, few gold pearls and pale blue stamens, plus this sentiment is die-cut from Spellbinders die. The card is in DL size.

Hope you enjoyed my today’s inspiration and I’m wishing you all a wonderful day. Stay blessed. Marta <3<3<3

in two languages…

Hello my friends, after a very long break I’m back to my blog, and I know I have so much to catch up here. Will be posting some photos of my cards, that I’ve created over this time, but today wanted to share card I’ve made in two languages

to create this card I’ve used a design papers from Craft O’Clock along some die cut elements from their range. I hope you are enjoying my card and I’m wishing you all a wonderful day ❤️❤️❤️

❤️❤️❤️ little things….. Happy Sunday my Friends!!! ❤️❤️❤️

A little video with some positive kick and also to send you my love and some good vibes for this amazing Sunday and the whole coming week. I hope you will enjoy my card and my little chitchat. Stay blessed my friends and I’m wishing you tons of happiness and joy❤️❤️❤️

Here are some close up photos:

List of supplies:

  • White linen cardstock
  • Craft O’Clock – Basic Paper Set 1
  • Craft O’Clock – The Sweetsters – Extras to cut II
  • Craft O’Clock – Extras to cut – Leaves VI
  • Craft O’Clock – Catch a moment – Quotes II
  • Craft O’Clock – Catch a moment – Quotes III
  • plastic doll house frame
  • pink and blue texture paste
  • brick stencil
  • two pink foam flowers
  • blue stamens
  • pearl string garland
  • double sided tape
  • PVA glue
  • hot glue

Trust yourself and shine on… Another inspiring canvas for my motivational wall❤️❤️❤️

Today I want to share with you a very special project, which I’ve made for myself to memorialize this very important time in my life and this huge life opportunity I was given. I wanted to start my journey with Sklep Craft O’ Clock from something meaningful and close to my heart. So I created a little mixed media canvas, which I’m planning to hang on my inspirational wall as a reminder of how far I have gone and how much more is still to conquer. I hope you will enjoy my video and I’m wishing you all a fabulous day. ❤️❤️❤️

Coral colour card for 35th Wedding Anniversary❤️❤️❤️

Hello my friends, today wanted to share a coral colour card for 35th Wedding Anniversary. The video is recorded in both English and my mother tongue as well. So below you will find two links to each versions. Hope you will enjoy it and I’m wishing you all a wonderful day and a fantastic week.

video in English
filmik po polsku

And here are some close up photos:

List of supplies:

  • Tattered Lace embossing folder – Victorian Rose
  • Tattered Lace – Charisma Peony – Click, Print and Go! Cd with matching die
  • Spellbinder – Romantic Vines
  • Spellbinders – Etched Alphabet die
  • Presscut – Circle Nesting Die
  • heart punch
  • Happy Anniversary clear stamp
  • Wow – Gold embossing powder
  • Wow – Taffeta Pink embossing powder
  • Moon Glow – Golden Pumpkin Blush embossing powder
  • Rose paper – Flowers Blooming Paper Pad from TheWorks
  • chipboard – Scrapiniec
  • Lady E designs – Flower 001
  • pearl garland
  • centura pearl paper – peach colour
  • white cardstock
  • peach ribbon 6 mm wide
  • coral ribbon 25 mm wide
  • florist sizzal
  • gold string
  • Nuvo clear drops – Morning Dew

How to create chocolate box base for non standard chocolate bar

❤️❤️❤️ Hello my beautiful friends,

I’m so so sorry for neglecting my blog lately, but it’s been so much going on and I’ve been super super busy over last few weeks, that I barely had any free time. As I’m just trying to catch up here… I’m just gonna show you one of my latest projects, which I’ve made for an exchange with another lovely crafter. I recorded video, but due to it’s length plus I wanted to show you the whole box building process I divided video into two parts.

Hope you will enjoy them both and I’m wishing you all a fantastic day ❤️❤️❤️

Part 1
Part 2

Here is some close up photos of my chocolate box:

Circle shape card inspired by Christina’s “All shapes and sizes” challenge posted at the CraftWorld

❤️❤️❤️ Hello my friends, Wanted to show you how I’ve made this circle shaped card, on which I was inspired by Christina Griffiths challenge, she posted at CraftWorld. The challenge is opened till 9th of June so if you want to, you can still pop over and post your lovely artwork there, as there is a fantastic prize to be won. Here is a link to it:

Ane here is my video tutorial, where I will show you the card I’ve made:

Few close up photos of the card:

List of supplies used for my card:

  • sturdy cardstock, minimum A3 size in 250-400 gsm
  • Card Making Magic Quatrefoil Trellis die
  • Crafters Companion ornate lace 3D embossing folder
  • Sizzix border die
  • Sheena Douglass Perfect Partners A Rosy Outlook Metal Die
  • Spellbinders Sentiments One Die
  • Spellbinders Etched Alphabet Dies
  • green colour paper
  • distress inks in green shade
  • silver miri card
  • floral pattern embossing folder
  • pearl garland
  • half pearls 3mm size
  • two foamiran flowers
  • ribbon
  • hot glue