maandag 15 januari 2018

Sunday Afternoon

As often on Sunday afternoons I was playing with paper, creating, coloring, stamping and cutting.
This time with someone in my thoughts who has her birthday this week. Here is the result.

First I stamped the Rose of Sharon with Aged Mahogany Distress Ink. By Impression Obsession (G16182). Than I stamped the Rose of Sharon Reverse in Worn Lipstick Distress Ink. (G16181). Cut it and stamped some leaves from an Altenew stampset with the name:"Beautiful Day". Cut them and glued them behind the flower. Added a strip of Vellum with the sentiment. It is by Papertrey Ink: item #2473, Think Big favorites #12. Nothing special on this , but just fun to make.
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zondag 7 januari 2018

Something New

Happy new year to all who read this!

At the beginning of this new year I made some cards with a new to me stamp I recently bought in a craft store in Rotterdam. And since there's a challenge at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge with the theme:"Something New", I plannend to join in this challenge. The design team used Hero Arts stamps and I did so too.

On the first card I used the new to me stampset by Marianne Design. (KJ1709) And than for the images I used a Hero Arts stampset:"Whats perking".(CL416) I used this stampset so often and still Love it! Colored it with Copic Markers.

The second card is made with the same stampsets. But used also the paper piecing technique on this card.

On the third card I used the same stampset for the sentiment but for the image used a little stampset by PapertreyInk. ( Heart to heart #1 item #2475.
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woensdag 3 januari 2018

Season's Greetings

I like to share some cards I made with a Simon Says Stamp background stamp and a Hero Arts Star die.

First I made this one. Used the Kaleidoscope background by Simon Says Stamp. ( SSS 101759) Colored it with Distress Inks. The star is a Hero Arts die: Stylish Stars Frame Cuts (D1095) Cut from glitter card. The sentiment is SSS.

From the left over strip I made a second card. The sentiment is HA.
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zondag 24 december 2017

Merry Christmas

With this blogpost I wish you a Merry Christmas! Hope you have a wonderful time with friends and family! Here you find a photo of my Nativity Scene.

The stable was made by my father. A good memory. He always liked to make things with his hands. The wooden animals are bought in a store with toys. And so are the angel, sheep, donkey and shepherd of felt. They can be bought at "Dille en Kamille". The wooden figures are made by me. And here is a card.

Wishing you all the warmth of loved ones! Thank you for visiting here!

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woensdag 29 november 2017

Beautiful Bouquets

It is a while ago since I posted here. But today I like to share two cards I made for Church with a stampset by "WPlus9".

This Dahlia bouquet is stamped with Memento black ink and colored with Copic Markers.

This is the same Dahlia bouquet but now stamped with Versamark ink and heat embossed with WoW embossingpowder in gold on watercolor paper. Then colored with Distress Ink. The oval shape was made using oval dies by Hero Arts. They come in a lot of different sizes and they work great!
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woensdag 6 september 2017

Sketch Ranunculus

I so love the "Sketch Ranunculus" stampset by Simon Says Stamp! Here I heat embossed the flowers with WoW embossing powder in white. And then colored it with DistressInks.

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dinsdag 5 september 2017

Star Flower

A little while ago I bought this gorgeous backgroundstamp by Simon Says Stamp: "Star Flower Backgroundstamp".
Here are two cards made with this stamp.

The first one is heat embossed with white embossingpowder, and the second is heat embossed with silver embossingpowder. It is super fun to color the image! Both are colored with watercolorpencils. So, first added the color with pencils and than went over it with a waterbrush. Loved it!
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