Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Another Distressing Technique

Since this is my second post of today after this very long post, I'm going to make this short.
I made this card submitted to Paper Crafts Magazine, but didn't make it. So, this is not a new creation, however I never upload it into my facebook, flickr, nor my blog. I think this will be fine to enter to this Lawnscaping Challenge #64 and to this Moxie Fab Challenge.

I used the image from Lawn Fawn Frosty Friends, and sentiment from Hero Arts Spread Joy. Did some distressing background after heat emboss snowflakes. Die cut circle, (half) hexagon and adhere them together.

Publication and Celebration

This is going to be a long post. I hope you'll hold on till the end. It has been quite sometimes I didn't share my designs into this blog not a single challenge either. However I've been around by submitting my projects into publications. Once I was selected, it gives me excitement to submit more and more.

So, this is my publication debut from this magazine:

It takes several rejection to get published, of course. Here are some entries that didn't make it:

a foxy treat box,

a chalkboard effect,

stamp a scene card,

a shape card:

a too simple-masking technique:

a valentine treat box:

a sentiment only card:

and also this card for boy:

Apart from this submission, we also celebrated long moslem holiday corresponds to Idul Fitr. I created bunch of simple greeting cards for friends and relatives, as you can spot them here:

 and here:

Last but not least, I had a married cousin two weeks ago, and I made this for her:

It's almost one month now that I didn't touch my craft tools. The longest break I've ever been. Don't tell me how I miss them. Enjoy your day!