Snowdrop card made with free gift from Simply Cards & Papercraft Magazine Issue 199

❤️❤️❤️ Hello my friends, Today I just want to quickly pop in to share with you this lovely card I’ve almost managed to complete before my shift at work.😄 This card is my way of saying thank you to my dear crafty friend Pam, who is always here for me and she is always leaving my those lovely heart-touching messages under every single of my blog posts. Thank you so much Pam for all your love and support, I really appreciate that! ❤️❤️❤️

Here are some close up photos of the card:

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Star bokeh effect made with embossing powder

❤️❤️❤️Hello my Friends, Today’s video is a simple yet great looking project you can very easily recreate. This is reverse order from the orginal bokeh technique. I hope you will enjoy my video:

And here are some close up photos of the card:

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Altenew Modern Blooms Magazine Volume 1

Hello my friends, today just wanted to share the card I’ve made using this gorgeous Altenew Modern Blooms stamp and die set. This is a wedding anniversary card and I’ve decided to play a little bit with this Altenew set and gold WOW embossing powder. I hope you will enjoy my video:

Here are some close up look of the card:

List of supplies:

  • Altenew Modern Blooms magazine Volume 1
  • WOW gold embossing powder
  • embossing ink pad
  • Creative Expressions Tartan Trellis embossing folder
  • tiny heart dies: I used one from Presscut
  • A5 white card base
  • A5 size pieces of pink and grey cardstock
  • vellum
  • 2 gold brads
  • gold half pearls
  • hot glue
  • double sided tape and PVA glue

Live your life in colours…

❤️❤️❤️ Hello my Sunshines…

I’m coming back with the card I’ve made using my leftover scraps I had after making my ink sprays. If you consider my style the card in minimalist, but I love this clean and simple look. Here is a link to my video tutorial, I hope you will enjoy it and I wish everyone a wonderful day❤️❤️❤️

And as always a couple of close up photos:

I love how shiny that mirri card is

List of supplies:

  • Memory box Isabella Butterfly die
  • 35 piece Alphabet die set – Papercrafter magazine Issue 101
  • Tonic Studios Rose and Daffodill die set
  • Sincere Sentiments – free gift from Cardmaking & Papertcraft, one of the issues from 2016, not sure which one
  • Ink sprays
  • Wow gold embossing powder
  • Gold Mirri cardstock
  • White card 250gsm
  • 8×8 white card base
  • gold half pearls 8mm
  • hot glue and PVA glue
  • foam tape

Blue and green ombre effect birthday card with butterflies…

Hello my friends and welcome back at my blog. Today wanted to show you, how I’ve made this lovely blue and green ombre card. To make the background I’ve used my handmade sprays and once it was dry I’ve put some embellishment mousse using a stencil.

I combine this lovely background with a satin finish gold paper I had in my stash and then added few butterflies to finish it off.

Here are some close up photos of the card:

At first I forgot that white frame, but I just added it on latter

List of supplies:

  • 8×8 white card base
  • 2x gold colour cardstock A4 size
  • 1 piece of white colour cardstock A4 size
  • ink sprays in shades: blue and green
  • Nuvo Embellishments Mousse: Pacific Teal and Aloe Vera
  • Creative Expressions Mauritius Die
  • Creative Expressions Pavo Die
  • Memory Box Isabella Butterfly Die
  • The Crafters Workshop stencil TWC216s
  • white and gold frame topper
  • Viva decor paper pens shades 602 and 701
  • 4 gold pearls
  • blue sparkly ribbon
  • green heart embellishment
  • foam pads or foam tape
  • hot glue
  • double sided tape and PVA glue

Testing my Craft World prize while making this Teal and Silver Wedding card with a mixed media touch

❤️❤️❤️ Good morning my lovely friends!!!! I’m super excited to show you this lovely card I’ve made. I had so much fun to test and play with this Tonic Embellishment Mousse, which I won last week in the Craft World.

List of supplies:

  • Nuvo by Tonic Studios Embellishment Mousse Pacific Teal:
  • Heartfelt Creations Regal Borders & Pockets:
  • Creative Expressions Frames & tags – Grace
  • Creative Expressions Special Occasion The Happy Couple Die
  • Sue Wilson Shadow Box Accessory Mr and Mrs Die Set
  • Two foamiran flowers and some pearls
  • Silver string and teal ribbon 20mm wide
  • Silver Mirri cardstock
  • Silver specialty paper or pearl paper
  • White cardstock 250gsm
  • 8×8 inch White Card Base
  • Teal colour pearl paper
  • Pearls and florist sizal
  • Flower stamens
  • Tag die and two heart shape brads
  • Mirror Spiegel Liquid – 25ML

Handmade ink spray tutorial

❤️❤️❤️ Hello my friends,

I’m finally coming to you with the tutorial I’m most asked about. Here is my video, where I’m showing you how I’m making my gorgeous ink sprays on a budget. I hope you will enjoy the video and if you do please subscribe to my channel and share the link with everyone you think may be interested.

All the sprays I’ve made from one inkjet refill set, and I still got some left!
I love how vibrant they turned out!!!

Believe in yourself & you will be unstoppable – mixed media card with lovely message on it

Just a quick post before my shift at work, to share my latest creation.

here is a few close up photos:

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Card from leftover scraps

Hello my Sunshines,

Finally I’ve managed to put a video together… Here’s a card I’ve made from the scraps, which I’ve nearly throw away. I’m so happy I keep them as the card turn really nice. I hope you will enjoy my video.

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View on the Isle of Skye…

Some time ago a friend asked me if I could make a card for her pal. She wanted me to incorporate something, that will have a very special meaning for them both. She said: “Hey, can you put a picture of the Isle of Skye on the card?” I said: “Sure hun, no trouble at all” Bu when I sat behind my desk I had absolutely zero ideas how to make it. After dozens of attempts, I finally managed to make this card. And I must say, although at first, I wasn’t sure how to make it I’m really pleased with the final result, which leads me to only one thought: never ever stop trying, even when at first you have no idea how to put a project together, you will eventually get that creative juices flowing and you will be positively surprised with how fantastic result you may achieve.

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