Finally. Finally I had the chance, the will, the strength and probably the wisdom to sit at my desk. It is still not 100% the way it used to be. But, at least most of the things are somewhere around me and I actually made two cards this weekend. So, here is the first one.
I used WM stamp set, several ink colors and my Happy Birthday stamp. And then I went crazy with the sewing machine. Yes, it works again. My hubby fixed it and made me really happy.
The card is inspired by: Waltzingmouse Fanatics Challenge and ColourQ Challenge.
It is time for Time Out Challenge #18. There is a lovely inspirational photo waiting just for you on the blog with many beautiful and equally inspirational projects from the team. We invite you to join us and be creative in the next two weeks. And, as always, here is my card for this challenge.
I was inspired by the colors on the photo. Now it is your turn! 😉
This is my third post today, and as you already know it, today is all about Waltzingmouse PJ Party. If you would like to see my card made for Snow is falling Challenge, klick here or my project for Old Pajamas Challenge, klick here.
My last project for today is a card I have made using two different WM sets, some patterned paper, pieces of ribbon, and my sewing machine.
I hope you had a great time checking the projects. Thank you for your love and support.
This is my second post today, and today is all about Waltzingmouse PJ Party. If you would like to see my card made for Snow is falling Challenge, klick here.
My second project is a decorated notebook. I am making a set of notebooks with Bible verses, and for this one I used a lovely WM set that is one of my favorite sets.
I used a chalkboard paper, white ink and a blue pencil. It was really relaxing. 🙂
Greetings! It is that time again! I can’t believe how fast time is flying. It was just several posts ago that I have created projects for Waltzingmouse PJ Party. Anyway, how I really enjoy this Challenge, I decided to create some projects again.
This time I decided to make a card with a technique I wanted to try for some time now. It is a simple technique of ripping the paper. 😉 But I love the look one gets with it. It looks like snow. All white and fluffy.
Well, I had fun! I hope you enjoyed it too. Thanks for stopping by.
Greetings! I am slowly getting into this routine. This is only the third time I am inviting you to join us at the Time Out Challenge blog, and that means I have still not went through the whole cycle of challenges. Today we have a fun challenge. There is a card to CASE so you better check out the blog and while you are there, have fun looking at all these beauties the rest of the team has made.
For this challenge I created a CAS card inspired by Autumn.
I have used this sweet little stamp from Waltzingmouse. I do not know why but I love those smallest stamps in theirs sets. Probably because I love making backgrounds and those stamps are just calling for it. 🙂
I also linked these cards at these Challenges: Waltzingmouse, CAS(E) this Sketch, and Virginia’s View Challenge.
Every now and then in the past several weeks I would make a Christmas card. I have to admit that I usually do not work on Holidays cards and maybe this is the reason why – I make a sufficient number of them throughout the year.
This one was inspired by CASE Study Challenge, Waltzingmouse Fanatics Challenge and Simon Says Stamp Challenge.
I was playing with Versa Ink to create a soft background, and I like how it ended up. Well, thank you for stopping by today.
It is time for my second card today. This one is a masculine birthday card. I used this WM stamp set to create the background and after that I added some white gel pen on it. It was quite relaxing and somehow I love how it ended up.
Here are the links for my first and third card, and check out other entries at the WM blog. 🙂