Yesterday I had a great time in Mursko Sredisce. I was invited to have another workshop with the local ladies. It was great as always. They are super nice and fun, and I am thankful I had the opportunity to share with them something about me, about my Savior and about the meaning of Christmas. Today I have a bit different post for you. It is about my new drawings at the Squigglefly store and some old stamps that I saw on different projects.
So, I decided to share a couple of cards I saw browsing through the blogs and galleries. These two cards are made by Sanketi. I was quite surprised to see this lovely use of an old stamp I have designed a while ago for The Craft’s Meow.
Last year Gayatri Murali made this card using one of my drawings, and one equally beautiful card she made was recently published in Australian Cardmaking Stampin and Papercraft Magazine.
I just love here use of the stamp. All that reminded me of a card I made a while ago for Do!ts magazine using a drawing you can purchase at the Squigglefly store.
Well, I hope this tickles. Thank you for stopping by and have a great Sunday.
Greetings! I am here today to share a card I have made with one of my most favorite stamps I have illustrated for The Craft’s Meow – Ladies and Gents. The Craft’s Meow is closing their store and I will for sure miss those stamps.
I made this really simple masculine card – something I just love to do with this set. I used a couple of stamps on a patterned paper, added some ink on the edges, and using Spellbinders Dies made a die cut for my sentiment.
I am really thankful that I had the opportunity to illustrate for The Craft’s Meow, and meet all those lovely ladies. It was a fun journey for me. Please, visit their blog for more informations on the clearance, their store to buy some good stamps, and this link for the next blog in the hop – Clare Buswell.
These days I was working on my project for the Explore Beyond blog. I was totally in the mood for some cutting. Thinking about some good Christmas gifts I realized it would be nice to give a set of Christmas Tree decorations in a matching box.
I used just one type of paper, some ribbon, cord and these lovely jingle bells.
But, I also used a gazillion dies. Somehow I just love to stack them up.
If you like to spice the things up a bit, you can add some patterned paper, or some matching stamps that go well with Spellbinders dies. Also, instead of stamps or a final die cut in the middle of each decoration, one can place a photo.
Well, I hope you had a good time here and that my project motivated you for some die cutting. Thank you for stopping by today! Hugs and kisses from Croatia!
List of dies I have used: S5-196, S5-056, S4-353, S4-293, S4-124, S5-169, S5-057 (Holly Motifs).
These days I am playing with my supplies and making some CAS cards. Today I have a CAS Thank you card. The first card I made today ended up so bad that I decided to try and make another one all over again. And this is what I ended up doing. Really clean and simple, and somehow sweet.
Well, I hope you had a nice day too. We had a house full of guests and it was great. Thanks for stopping by today.
Inspired by: Colour Q, Simon Says Stamp, Less is More, CAS(E) this Sketch.
I have another CAS set of cards. These days I had the desire to make just CAS cards and most of them were in sets. Here I used several shades of grey/black and blue. I used a lot of white color, different Spellbinders embossing folders and dies, with a lovely set of WM stamps.
I love the simplicity and the embossing details.
Here I used beautiful dark blue ribbon. I had some issues with the light so it constantly ended up black. On this one I really love this embossing folder and the die cut.
I believe these stamps are just perfect for a project like this one. Love how the stamps fit inside the die cuts. This one is for a girl so I used light blue pearls and grey ribbon.
Wel, this is it for today. Thank you for stopping by. Have a great weekend.
I was inspired by: Waltzingmouse, Simon Says Stamp and CAS-ual Fridays Challenge.
Today I decided to share a set of cards I made. It is a project I wanted to make for some time and until now never had the time for it. I used my sewing machine, this beautiful set of WM stamps and my Croatian sentiments.
Instead of envelopes, I used a regular paper bag that I decorated using some Spellbinders Dies. Well, I hope you enjoyed your stay and like the project I have made.
Inspired by: CASology and Simon Says Stamp.
Yesterday I made a card for a dear friend. I played with some Spellbinders Dies and decided to link the card at the Flourishes TT Challenge. Here are some photos of the project. Enjoy!
Today I am sharing a card I have made using my favorite WM stamp. I added some blue color too it, did some highlighting with the golden gel pen, added some ribbon and lace, and finished everything with my Croatian sentiment.
I have linked it to these Challenges: Simon Says Stamp and The Ribbon Reel Challenge.