Purrfect birthday cards!



Hi!
I'm so excited to share the great news with you: I'm a guest designer for AALL & Create!
Starting today, I will post a new project for you every Saturday; hope you join the fun with me!

My first project is a set of two birthday cards. They share the same techniques, but a different colour palettes.
These climbing cats by Olga Heldwein are ADORABLE! So fun to colour and yet easy to fuzzy cut. Just the way I like!

The backgrounds I coloured with old Distress Stains. I had not used them for a while, but they worked perfectly.

Art journal page using mirror stamping technique



Hi!
I'm happy to be on VivaLasVegaStamps! blog again, showing my latest art journal page. For this page I used fun mirror stamping technique to replicate my main 'Clown Face' image.

This page has several layers and an inked background. The mirrored image came out quite nicely, and before fuzzy cutting I just traced some of the lines with a very fine black marker.


For more information about this page and the stamps I used please read my post in VLVS! blog. Link is *here*

Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

Cute as a Kitten! Imagine and So Suzy Crackerbox blog hop




Hi and Welcome to my blog!



I'm so happy to take part in this two-day blog hop, bringing together design team members from Imagine and Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps. Participating bloggers have put up tons of inspiration just for you; I wish you happy hopping!


There are also great prizes to be won:

Minions!


Hi!
There's still time to participate in Craft Stamper October blog challenge. 'Anything goes', as long as you use stamping somewhere on your project.
This month the prize for one lucky winner is AMAZING:
A Sizzix Scoreboards XL die: Wrapped Journal by Eileen Hull! Worth playing for, isn't it!



Colourful ATC's


Hi!

Sharing with you a set of ATC's I made a short while back. They were actually made for a live swap, but as I missed that event I kept them for an international ATC swap that was taking place right after.

I hope they have now all reached their new owners, so I'm sharing them in my blog now :)



When creating I took work-in-progress photos and wrote a picture tutorial; you can read it in Viva Las VegaStamps! blog *here*

Hope these colourful cards brighten your day. Thanks for stopping by!

Art Journal spread: Just because


Hi and Happy Friday!
Today it was my turn to write in Viva Las VegaStamps! blog, and with Banksy being very current at the moment I made an art journal spread using my Banksy stamps.

I'm sure we all have seen what happened at Sotherby's on Oct 5:




How cool was that!!


For more information about the stamps I used please visit VLVS! blog *here*.

Wishing you a wonderful day!
Hugs,

Mail Art with VLVS! Creepy Creatures


Hi and Happy Monday!
If you're interested in Mail Art, I suggest you head to Viva Las VegaStamps! blog: Twice a month design team members are presenting Mail Art Monday projects for your inspiration; just follow *this link* to see them all!

This envelope was published in VLVS! blog already a while back, but for some reason I missed showcasing it in my own blog. So here you are: Mail Art Monday inspiration for you:

 For decorating the envelope I used stamping masking technique; my picture tutorial in *VLVS! blog* will explain it in more detail.


Wishing you a wonderful new week!
I'm happy you stopped by!

Easy colourful cards in 'Clean and Simple' style



Hi!
I love playing with bright colors and creating my own patterns by mixing different stamp designs. For these colourful CAS (clean and simple) style cards you don't need many supplies; just take out your favourite VersaFine Clair inks and a few small stamps and you're ready to go. In less than 30 minutes you'll have a set of cards perfect for any occasion!



Please visit Imagine blog for reading the picture tutorial for this project (direct link to the post *here*). A list of supplies used is included.

Happy stamping!

What time?




Hi!
The latest Viva Las VegaStamps! collection contains a text stamp that always brings a smile to my face. That rebellious message was a perfect match to the cool elegant Lid Lady image.

I used the same design elements and put them on a smaller background, and created a matching ATC:


More details about the products I used and how I made the background can be read in the blog post I wrote for VLVS! (link to my post *here*)

Wishing you a nice Sunday! Thanks for stopping by!

Blog Hop: World Cardmaking Day With Joy Clair Friends



Hi and happy World Card Making Day!


Thank you for stopping by in my blog! I wanted to share with you a set of cards I made using the lovely Joy Clair stamp set 'Gnome Is Where' and Imagine inks: