donderdag 1 december 2016

December

Today it's the first day of December already. The last month of 2016. Can you imagine? It is also a month ago since I last added a blogpost. So sorry! Was very busy. But this week I managed to make some Christmas cards. Finally! And here is one of them.


The poinsettia is Hero Arts. And so is the sentiment. The poinsettia is colored with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. Behind it are some snowflakes cut with my Cricut machine.
Thanks for visiting!
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dinsdag 1 november 2016

Winner

We have a winner! I draw someone from all comments I got in October here on my blog. And it is....Janet! Congratulations Janet! I will try to get in contact with you to ask you for your adres so I can send you a present.

I like to Thank everyone who visited my blog and left a comment with tips, ideas, and compliments. Thank you so much! Hope you will come back again some day.










And here are some photo's of my favorite little forest were I often go for a walk!
Hope you like it to see some of the area were I live in.
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maandag 31 oktober 2016

Red Roses

Last day of my personal challenge! I like to finish this month with Red Roses. They speak of my love for stamping.


All stamps here are Hero Arts. The Edged Flowers, and the two background stamps as well.
Thank you so much for your visits this month! Thats so much appreciated! Tomorrow on the first of November I will draw one lucky person to get a present from me!
Hope you will come by now and than in the future!
Wish you all a good week!
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zondag 30 oktober 2016

Bloemengroet

It is almost the last day of my personal October challenge. I challenged my self to post a card everyday during this month. Cards I made for Church. Cards that will be send to elderly and ill people as a greet from our churchcommunity. I already made lots of these cards and always make photo's to document for myself. But during this month I thought it a good idea to share some of them. Two times I fell of and forgot to post, my excuses for that. And now to todays card.





The stamp I made this card with is a product of "Creafine", a dutch lady who brings out her OWN stamp sets. Except for the flowers stamp there are two dutch sentiments. One of them says:" Beterschapsbloemetje". The butterfly is Hero Arts, from the Antique Engravings stamp set.
Thanks for your visit! And remember: everyone who leave me a comment this month has a chance to get a little prize package from me!
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zaterdag 29 oktober 2016

Watch

Do you remember the men who owned a watch on a chain in their pocket? I do, the grandfather of my father had one.
So, this card is especially for a man, an elderly man, who can remember this.


The watch stamp is Deep Red "Pocket Watch". SKU 3x400115. The background is part of a stampset by Stampers Anonymous. "Attic Treasures" CMS 123. And do you see the metal pieces? These are components of the inside of a watch.
Thank you for your visit here!
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vrijdag 28 oktober 2016

Wild Beauty

I have to apologize myself! I forgot to post yesterday again. So, today two cards!


The stampset I made this card with is a stampset by Simon Says Stamp:"Wild Beauty". SSS101625 Colored the flowers with ZigClean Color Real Brush Markers.


Made the same card with more natural colors.
Thank you for visiting!
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woensdag 26 oktober 2016

Cricut flowers

There's something I like very much, and that is making flowers with my Cricut! Here are some of them on a card I made for Church.


First I cut some flowers of watercolor paper with my Cricut. Then colored them with Distress Inks and made a collage with them on a stamped background. So fun to do. For this project I used: "A Mothersday Bouquet" cartridge. The background stamp is by Hero Arts. 331065 Lattice. Heat embossed with WoW Embossing powder.
Your comments and idea's are much appreciated!
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