Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Another clean and simple design

Hello again,
Another flowery card. This time I made it with minimum color. I did water coloring using black soot distress ink. use it very light and blend it with water just enough to give shadow effect. For the branch, I used peeled paint. It's very easy, no secret. Here it is:

Finished size: 4.25 x 5.5 inch; Image & Sentiment: Hero Arts clear stamp-Delicate Blossom, Hero Arts clear stamp-Leaf Prints; Cardstock: Canson specialty paper; Others: twinery, button, rhinestones.

I like the image very much. I'll make something more with it. Thanks for looking. Best wishes from me to you :).

Monday, November 26, 2012

Just Tag it!

Happy monday,
I love tags. I make tags very often. I just like the tiny size of papers and feel challenged to create something nice with it.
I made these tags from Spellbinder label 25 and using several images from Lawn Fawn clear stamp - Critters in the Forest.

O ya, I clear embossed some stars from Lawn Fawn - Ornate Ornaments, distress with many colors of ranger distress inks ( tumbled glass, broken china, faded jeans, dusty concord, pumice stone, and iced spruce). I just decided not to give any sentiment.

Here is another closer look:
It will be perfect as a present tag in this holiday season.

Have a nice day :)

Monday, November 19, 2012

Utilize my Square Punch

I've been seeing that we can use square punch for many ways. That's one of the reason I bought square punch from Fiskars a year ago. Mine is 1 3/8 inch square. Well, I don't use that punch very often, that's why I'm challenged to enter Moxie Fab World challenge. This is also good to get rid of my scrap papers. LOL :)
You can find the link here:

I made two cards yesterday. Sorry for the last minutes submission.

Here's card #1.
Finished size: 4.25 by 6 inch. Image: Dogwood (Hero Arts rubber stamp). Others: twine and rhinestones.

And card #2.
Finished size: 4.25 by 5.5 inch. Image and sentiment: Right at home (Hero Arts clear stamp). Others: twine and button.
Hope you're inspired. TFL.


Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Hello Friend!

Hello friends,
It's been quiet sometimes I don't use stamp set from lawn fawn and I have to say that I missed them a lot. I made this card two days ago, and want to enter this to lawnscaping challenge #45: Dust 'em off!. You can find the link here:
Crafter like us must have many stash in our working desk and sometimes is so hard to get rid of them.

Anyway, this is the card for the challenge: (actually I plan to make some more tonight, but I think they won't be able to finish by the challenge deadline).

Detail about the card:
- Finished size: 4.25 by 5.5 inch
- Image: Lawn Fawn - Critters in the farm (I always love this set!)
- Cardstock: Hero Arts
- Others: Grass punch (Fiskars), Cloud dies (Papertrey ink), Bakers Twine
- Technique: Paper piecing.
Note: I just made my own fence from strips of white paper, ink edges, and arrange them.

Hope you like it. And have a nice long weekend!

Monday, November 5, 2012

Wishing you all things beautiful

My virtual friend (Catherina Fongjoyo), one of paper crafter who I admire most of her artworks, is organizing a wedding challenge.
She is getting married this November. I wish her all things beautiful in her life and hoping that she will keep on crafting :)

Detail about the card:
- Size: 5.5 x 4.25 inch
- Image: Hero Arts Blooming Meadow
- Sentiment: Hero Arts Beautiful Peacock
- Cardstock: Neenah kraft & American Craft cardstock
- Others: Embossing powder white, ribbon, rhinestone.
- Technique: Embossing

Thank you & have a nice day.