Friday, 30 November 2012

Favorite Color Combo at Mo's DP2

Hi there sweet peeps! We have a simple challenge this week for you at Mo's Digital Pencil  Too and that is:

Favorite color combo!

I admit I don't have a favorite color combo; it all depends on how the cromatic of the card looks like in the end. Still, at this time of the year, I love the way red, green and cream/gold mix together.
I've colored up another Christmas scene using Mo's Ragged Angel and  a JustInklined winter background- Church in the Snow:



Card recipe:
Image: Mo Manning- Ragged Angel; Just Inklined- Little Church in the Snow
DP" Cajoline Scap- digital
Colorig medium: copics/promarkers/chalks
Embelies: Wild Orchid Crafts flowers and wooden tree;ribbon/Ribbon Girl, lace,charm, snowflake/stash
Die cuts: Marianne Design label, Memory Box- Holly Flourish
Sentiment: Whimsy Stamps

Here are some close-ups:




Here are a few challenges for my card:
Wild Orchid Challenges: A Child's Christmas
Simon Says Stamp- Anything Goes
Copic Marker Europe: A Christmas card

That's it from me today! Now... please make sure you take a minute to  pop on over to Mo's DP2 Challenge Blog HERE to check out the amazing projects created by my sweet talented DT sisters! Then, please join the fun this week at Mo's DP2 Challenge Blog! Just remember to use one (or more) of Mo Manning's images (you can find them in Mo's online store HERE).  Don't forget: Mo is giving away one $5.00 voucher at her online stores for every 25 entries! (selected by Random.Org, of course), so why not show us what you make?

This card is for sale for now in my Etsy store. 

Thank you so much for coming by; wish you a wonderful day!




Hugs,


Thursday, 29 November 2012

Peace and Joy in Pastel Colors!


Hi again and thanks for looking at my second post for the day! We're having a brand new challenge over at Lili's Little Fairies as well:
Pretty Pastels
Now, that was supposed to be simple as I love pastels but somehow I couldn't manage to color up a Christmas image in pastels right now. I must admit I struggled with this one and at some point I really wanted to throw away everything but well, seemingly eventually it turned out quite well:). That's what challenges are for, isn't it?:):


Card recipe:
Stamps: Lili of the Valley- Moonlight Wishes, Magnolia- Winter Night Background
Embellies: flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts, poinsettias from IAM Roses; snowflake, wooden stars, ribbon/stash
Die cuts: Marianne design label and pine branch, nestabilities label 8
Sentiment: DeeDee Designs



Thanks for coming by! Hugs to everyone! 


This card is for sale for now in my Etsy store


Mwaaaaah,


Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Whimsy Stamps- Guest Designer Contest

Hi everyone and thank you for stopping by my blog today!
I have a new card to share with you today I made with one of my favorite images by Sylvia Zet, they are so cute!
While I was checking out the Whimsy Stamps Blog Hop for their new releases I saw that they are having the opportunity to be a Guest Designer for their January 2013 Release. I am a big Whimsy Stamps fan so I thought I would throw my name into the pool and give it a shot, why not?

This is my newest Christmas card:



I chose the shaker type, cause everybody seems to love  them,especially the kids. I used lots of glitter and silver decorations to make it look bright and festive.

These are some close-ups:





Card recipe:
Stamp: Sylvia Zet - Wee Stamps for Whimsy Stamps: Let It Snow
Coloring medium: copics/promarkers
Embellies: Wild Orchid Crafts flowers, sequins, ribbons and lace/stash
Die cuts: Marianne Design label, nestabilities grand ovals
Sentiment; Tracey Brossart

This card is for sale here, in my Etsy store.


This is a card I made a couple of weeksago featuring another lovely image by Sylvia Zet:



Thank you so much for coming by! See ya tomorrow!

Hugs,

Monday, 26 November 2012

Mo Manning Winter Fairy Talva


Hi everyone!
I have a short post today just to show you a sweet Christmas card featuring one of my favorite Mo images ever: Winter Fairy Talva.I went for non traditional colors, I think they suit best this image:


Card recipe:
Image: Mo Manning- Winter Fairy Talva
DP: digital- Carina Gardner- Santa's Sleigh
Coloring medium: copics/promarkers
Embellishments: flowers from WOC annd IAM Roses, ribbon- Ribbon Girl, grand snowflake-stash
Die cuts: MarianneDesign pine branch, nestabilities-ovals, Tim Holtz- Upon a Time alphabet stripe
Sentiment- freebie from somewhere, cannot find the link anymore...sorry

Here are some close-ups:




This card is for sale in my Etsy store.

I would also like to link my card to the following challenges:
Corrosive Challenges - Anything Goes, Dream Valley Challenges - Non-Traditional Christmas, Glitter n Sparkle - Ribbon and/or Lace, One Stitch At A Time - Fabric, Ribbon or Lace, Sentimental Sundays -Easel Card  , The Crafty Pad -Add some Glitter, Colour Me Creative Challenge -Non traditional Christmas , Little Claire's  - Christmas, Sparkles Forum ChristmasContemporary Color combo




Thank you for coming and have a wonderful day!
Hugs, 





Thursday, 22 November 2012

Christmas Shaker Card


Hi there my sweets and for those of you in America celebrating Thanksgiving this week : "Happy Turkey Day!" 

This week's theme at Mo's Digital Pencil Too is:

Don't be SQUARE!,

meaningly "try to make a card or project other than our usual square type". This was not quite comfortable for me as I'm too lazy to cut out different shapes and bother racking my brains on how to pt them together, I prefer cutting straight lines. Plus, since I replaced my Big Shot with a Cuttlebug I cannot cut larger Go Kreate dies :(. Big mistake buying the Cuttlebug too:(
So, I cut with my scissors the largest shapes on this one, a quite tedious thing to do. Still, I think it's a lovely card, I'm quite fond of this new little girl from Mo's Ragged Collection ( you can find it here in Mo's store)and I like how the shaker part turned out too:



In order to create the window I used a Poppystamps window die; cut two of these and I mounted the front one on pads with acetate sheets underneath. Then I filled in with some sandy glitter. The window is a bit blurry, not too much, just perfect to create the idea of frosted windows. Here's a pic with  a colorful image  behind the card:


And here is a pic when folded:




Recipe:
Image: Mo Manning- Ragged Maggie
DP: Vintage Christmas - digital from Jessica Sprague, cardboard/stash
Die-cuts: Grand Arched Window/Poppystamps and shutters/Poppystamps, Memory Box- Holly Flourish, Go Kreate- labels 8, nestabilities- scalopped ovals
Embellishments: flowers from WOC, charms and other embellies from stash
Misc: glitter, stickles, Twinklets and polar white flowersoft
Sentiment: Whimsy Stamps

Some challenges for my card:
Delightful Challenges -Red & green, Dutch Dare Card Challenge -Fancy folds, Crafty Creations - Christmas Is Coming, Ruby's Rainbow - Shaped cards, Whimsy Inspiration -Traditional Christmas colors, Craft Room Challenge -Punches & Die Cuts , Crazy Amigo Challenge -  Colours Of Winter, Going Grey With Scrap-Creations -Winter, Our Daily Bread Designs Challenge Winter Holiday, Papelitos Stamps Anything Goes, Try It On Tuesday -Christmas Sparkle, Crafty Bloggers Network-Christmas Anything Goes,


That's it from me today! Now... please make sure you take a minute to  pop on over to Mo's DP2 Challenge Blog HERE to check out the gorgeous projects created by my lovely and talented DT sisters! Then, please join the fun this week at Mo's DP2 Challenge Blog! Just remember to use one (or more) of Mo Manning's images (you can find them in Mo's online store HERE).  Don't forget: Mo is giving away one $5.00 voucher at her online stores for every 25 entries! (selected by Random.Org, of course), so why not take a plunge?


Thank you everyone for your kind words and for visiting my blog! It's great to hear from you!
Hugs,


Friday, 16 November 2012

All things bright and...Berry!

Hi there sweet peeps! I have another Christmas card to show you today, featuring one adorable stamp by Sylvia Zet. I've  bought several Wee stamps- I couldn't refrain not to, they are so beautiful- but never got the chance to color them up, I always put my DT work first. 

Here's my card:


I wanted to make it look festive and added lots of gold and glitter. I used gold corrugated cardboard to cut out the lace with nestabilities Persian accents.



Card recipe:
Image: Wee Stamps- Berry
Coloring medium: copics, promarkers
DP: Cajoline Papers- digital
Die cuts: nestabilities- Persian Accents, grand ovals and scalopped circles, Marianne Design- Snowflake, Memory Box- Holly Flourish
Sentiment:: Tracey Brossart and Lilli of the Valley (Noel on the image)

Here's a close-up of the sentiment:


This card is for sale in my Etsy store here.


Thank you so much for your visit and kind words! Have a wonderful weekend!

Hugs,



Let's "chill" at Mo's DP2!

Hi everyone! It's time for a new challenge at
Mo's Digital Pencil Too

and a new Christmas card from me! Our challenge theme is

LET'S "CHILL"!

which the girls translated as "winter themed or relaxig theme" or whatever else makes you "chill"...lol!
I went for a winter card, seemed so simple:)
I enjoy making winter cards. Hope you like this one:




I love this color combo for Christmas cards and Mo's Urchin with Bird is  a fantastic image!

Here are some close-ups:




The image above the sentiment is from Just Inklined, I think it works beautifully on this card.

Card recipe:
Images: Mo Manning- Urchin with Bird and Winter Window
Just Inklined- 4 Robins
Coloring medium: copics, promarkers
DP: Cajoline Papers
Embellies: flowers, bells and charm/Wild Orchid Crafts
Die cuts: Tim Holtz-Festive Greenery, Cheery Lynn- French Pastry Doily
Sentiment; freebie from here

I would like to enter my card in the following challenges:

Wild Orchid Challenges- A traditional Christmas
Paper Shelter Challenge - Christmas easel card
Bunny Zoe's Crafts -Winter

I'll be short today as I've got too much on my mind, hope you will join us at Mo's this week!
Take care,

Friday, 9 November 2012

All things bright and beautiful at Lili's Little Fairies

Hi again! This is my second post today; I have another Christmas card to share with you- as I told you last week- there'll be plenty of them:)
The challenge theme we have prepared for you this week at Lili's Little Fairies is , as the title of my post says:

All things bright and beautiful!



I made a shaker card for a change, I thought those tiny stars look beautiful with these cute angels:)
The papers are all digital from Cajoline Papers and the flowers are Wild Orchid Crafts.

Some close-ups:


Those flowers are in fact deep red, they look a bit lighter in the pic.


Card recipe:
Stamp- Lili of the Valley- Musical Christmas
Coloring medium: copics & promarkers
DP: corrugated golden cardboard and cardstock/stash, patterned paper/Cajoline Papers
Tools and dies: Cuttlebug, sewing machine, nestabilities circle, grand ovals and scalopped classic ovals, Memory Box- Holly Flourish
Embellishments: flowers/Wild Orchid Crafts, snowflake charm, gold pearls/Bunny Zoe, lace, ribbon/stash
Sentiment: computer generated- in case you want it feel free to save it to your computer as a gift:)- just click on it to enlarge, then save.



Challenges for my card:
Just Keep on Creating - Christmas, City Crafter Challenge -Stars & Sparkles,  Loves Rubber Stamps  Anything Goes, Sweet stamps- Christmas, Crafty Bloggers Network - Christmas Anything Goes, 

I popped this card in my Etsy shop; thank you for considering.


That's it for today, thank you so much for your support and welcome to my new followers! I love hearing from you all!
Hugs,



Thursday, 8 November 2012

C is for... at DP2

Happy Thursday everyone and a new challenge at Mo's Digital Pencil Too which gives you the chance to start making or keep making those amazing Christmas cards as I'm sure many of you will:) Our challenge theme is:

C is for...

Now, I'm sure you will find plenty of stuff starting with C: cold, Christmas, children, cupcakes... Of course, keep in mind there'll have to be English words starting with C...lol.

I made a Christmas card, using one of Mo's older images I'm very fond of, called: And I want a...:



Card recipe:
Image: Mo Manning: And I want a...
Coloring medium: copics/promarkers
DP: Webster's Pages and Cosmo Cricket- digital
Embellishments: flowers/Wild Orchid Crafts, pearls and charm/Bunny Zoe; ribbon,lace/stash
Die cuts: Tim Holtz- Festive Greenery and Weathered Clock
Sentiment: digital sentiments by Tracey Brossart- here in her Etsy store

A close-up of the image:


And of the sentiment: 


This would be my card for  today and now, please be sure to pop on over to Mo's DP2 Challenge Blog HERE to check out the gorgeous projects created by my talented Design Teamies! Then, please join in this week C is for ...! Just remember to use one (or more) of Mo Manning's images (you can find them in Mo's online store - HERE) . . . and remember to follow this week's theme! And one important thing to keep in mind: Mo is giving away one $5.00 voucher at her online stores for every 25 entries! (selected by Random.Org, of course).




For anyone interested, this card is for sale in my Etsy shop.
Thank you so much for your visit and kind words!

Hugs,

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Lili of the Valley Christmas Card


Hello, again! This is my second post for the day and this time I want to show you a Christmas card, one of the many more to come:) This week we are having a 

SNOW IS FALLING

theme over at Lili's Little Fairies, perfect timing for you to start making those cute Chrissy cards/projects. I just know everybody loves making and receiving those:)

No idea where my head was this week; I could swear the challenge theme was pastels- luckily for me I made a Christmas themed card which could somehow fit the challenge. Anyways, it was too late for me to start making a different one, since I hardly finished this one. My time is really limited these days, gotta try and be more organized in the future.


Ingredients:
Stamp- Lili of the Valley- Little Trumpet
DP: Webster's Pages, Cosmo Cricket- digital
Coloring medium: copics, promarkers
Sentiment: digital sentiments by Tracey Brossart- here in her Etsy store
Embellishments: Wild Orchid Crafts roses, pins, metal corner and sparkly rhinestone, angel from local store, ribbon and lace from stash
Die-cuts: Marianne Design label and pin leaves, nestabilities circles

Here are some close-ups:


And the sentiment:


Hope you will join us this week at Lili's Little Fairies; don't forget the challenge theme is "SNOW", so make sure you have some on your card:)

I will enter my card in the following challenges:

Paper Shelter Challenge - anything goes
Crafty Ann's -Christmas

This card is for sale in my Etsy shop.



Thank you so much for your visit! Have a lovely rest of the week!
Take care,

Baby Christening Box/Card


Hi there sweet peeps! I only realize how quickly time flies when we're having a new challenge at Mo's Digital Pencil Too:). So, it's Thursday and  our monthly


challenge, perfect occasion to play with your Mo images without restraint!

I made a Christening box, this one was a request, gotta tell you I love the way it turned out so I might have to make something similar in the future:



I printed the images on 300 gr heavy cardstock and adhered them to another sheet of heavy cardstock before cutting them off. Thus,, they are really sturdy. I always add lots of cardstock in my layering, I don't want them to bend or anything, I think they'll also have to stand the test of time.
The Cherry Lynn heart die is placed between two acetate sheets then sewn to the card. I thought a picture of the baby would look nice beneath it. The images are all part of a set called Diaper Crew, I think they are all so sweet and funny. 


There's a dummy attached to the ribbon but since it's blue one can hardly notice it:) The woodenm elements are all from a set I found at my local store. I think cream works beautifully with blue.

Supplies:
Images: Mo Manning- Diaper Crew
DP: The Paper Shelter- Love and Letter- digital
Coloring medium: copics,promarkers
Embellishments: dummy and wooden elements from local store- I think - Cart Us; ribbon, sparkiling rhinestone and flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts, flowers from IAM Roses
Die-cuts: Cheery Lynn-Heart to heart die, 
Sentiment: computer generated- says: "Congratulations! Your baby boy was born! Be prepared for a love greater than life!" I just love this sentiment, so very true...

Here's a detail:



I would like to enter my box in the following challenges:
House That Stamps Built - Anything but a card, Bearly Mine - Flowers Galore, Creative Card Crew - Fancy Folds, Creative Craft Challenges -Special Occasion NOT Birthday , Die Cuttin' Divas - Anything Goes, Card Mania - Baby , Craft My Life - "Show what can you create",  Paper Shelter Challenge - anything goes
,  

Hope you could find some inspiration in my Christening box,:), look forward to see what you will prepare for us this week! Don't forget, Mo has a 5$ gift to her store for every 25 entries! Wooohooo! So, what are you waiting for?:)



Thank you so much for your lovely words! Your feedback means the world to me!
Hugs,
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