Monday 28 November 2022

Origami Paper Medallion Journalling style!

 Hello everyone!

Happy Monday!

Paper recycling is the easiest form of recycling thanks to its textures, sensibility and unicity. Whether you stack piles for recycling in little projects, you should never simply throw them away in a regular bin. Be the change that you want to see in the world and start by recycling a few pieces of paper.

Presenting this superb composition in Origami Medallion fan style definitely will enhance your decor with ease if materialized!!

I started by making medallions with different papers.

Then I added different Clear PET girl stickers with die-cut flowers, stickers and created this composition!

In the end, added metal charms, a golden tassel and a gold rayon thread!

Happy crafting!

Supply List

Cardstocks: orchid and rosewood CS from CrafTangles; orange, green, light green, and matte gold from my stash

Handmade papers: textured brown and paisley print paper

Speciality papers:  golden textured sheet

Dies: Ornate floral frames and Vintage windows from Hndmd store; Victorian Arch from Spellbinders; Craft-a-flower: Primrose blossom from Altenew

Clear PET stickers: Girls (pack of 3 rolls set) PCT 014, Butterflies green and dried flowers from the Hndmd store

3D stickers: Flowers from Eno Greeting

Sentiment stickers: The appointment of the daytime from the Hndmd store

Glitter glue: Rose from Dovecraft brand- Hndmd store

Curved back tip tweezer from Hndmd store

Embellishments: white beaded string, golden tassel, metal charm, metal bow, golden rayon thread

Half-adhesive pearls: gold

Would love to play in the following challenges: inspired by fall colors, dried flowers, green leaves, nature

Wednesday 23 November 2022

Celebrating You Today!

 Hello friends!

Happy Thursday!

I am excited to show my new collection with a 3D abstract style die! This is absolutely a versatile die with so many options and can be used for any celebration like Birthdays, holidays, weddings etc!

It can be used in a variety of card sizes too and a limitless color palette. This set contains 3 abstract-style layers with toppers to make any design easy. Wow, It's so pretty!

I started with 3 shades of cardstock: burgundy metallic, rose gold and dual-textured white CS. I die-cut 3 of each abstract design in each color. Then layered, easy peasy!

I laid my topper cover and filled my inlaid die-cuts using my imagination and color filling. I turned my slimline horizental.

I added a gold foiled sentiment with some poinsettia bunch of flowers.

Topping my flower centres with a few half-adhesive pearls!

Happy crafting!

Supply List

Cardstocks: Dual Textured white CS from Craftangles, Rose gold mirror CS from DCAM brand and burgundy mirror CS from my stash

Dies: Slimline Abstract Layering Envelope topper with cover die from DCAM brand; Foliage & leaves #6 and Poinsettia flower set of 9 dies from DMC brand

Foiled sentiment sheet: Everyday sentiments 1 from Craftangles

Gold Metallic Pen from Kuretake

Adhesive Embellishment: Half Gold pearls and burgundy crystal pearls from my stash I think the beautiful burgundy poinsettia and the 3D layout made it X-tra special!

Friday 18 November 2022

May your Christmas be filled with joy & peace!

 Hello to all!

Happy Saturday!

I am back with a delicate card again having a great combo of colors, dies and stamping!

I started by stamping the outlined image of the poinsettia flower along with the branches.  I created abstract circles backdrop along with images.

I played with a heart wreath, and a few branches to make this little bouquet along with a teapot and milk jug. I love the detailing on the teapot and milk jug!

And added the sentiment at the end with some splatters.

Happy crafting!

Supply List
Cardstocks: Dual texture white CS, Victorian pink CS from Craftangles; Ferro CS from hndmd store
Stamp: Season of Beauty from Uniko stamps
Dies: Milk die set of 5, floral set of 4, heart wreath is from craftadda; Poinsettia flower set from DMC brand
Archival ink: Jet Black
ZIG real watercolor brushes 

Would love to join these fun challenges:

Gingerbread men and coffee this Christmas!

Hello everyone!

Happy Friday!

I fell in love with this great card full of delicacy!

I stamped a pair of coffee cups using jet black archival ink and ground espresso distress ink, and clear embossed both before drying them for some shine. Now watercolored the bottom part of the cups and fussy cut both the cups. 
Die cut some snowflakes and gingerbread in chocolate brown, and some glittered green pine boughs.

I embossed a white panel in half with a Christmas sentiment.

Now I decorated my panel with all these elements, as well as some tiny gold stars and tiny hearts.

Some close-ups:

It's hard to lift a card as beautiful as it is sweet!
Happy crafting!

Supply List
Cardstocks: Kraft, chocolate brown and whisper white CS
Glitter sheet: Light green
Stamps: Hello coffee stamp set from STAMPlorations and sentiment is from Holly Jolly set from Little Birdie Brand
Dies: Pine boughs from Poppy stamps; Christmas Dies set of 3, Christmas set of 5 dies and Christmas trees from DMC brand
Embossing Folder: stars from Itsy Bitsy
Archival Inks: Jet Black
Distress Ink: Ground espresso
Embossing Powder: Clear from Tim Holtz brand
ZIG real brushes
white gel pen
Embellishments: little stars and hearts from DMC Brand

would love to join these fun challenges:


Thursday 17 November 2022

Autumn coffee cup treasure!

 Hi to all!

Happy Thursday!

A new and different style of card this time, such a fun discovery with a new technique with popular wax seal stamping a cute tassel addition!

I started with my old lace CS and added a textured white CS layer.

I stamped a coffee cup in fall colors and watercolored it with my Zig brushes, fussy cut.

Now die-cut stitched frames from a white handmade sheet. Die cut an Ampersand in textured metallic gold sheet and some true love stems in white. Added some gold markers to the love stems for the textures.

Using a clear glue stick made a sea, wax stamp and highlighted it with a gold marker.

Created a handmade tassel using some threads.

Wanna love all the textures with the autumn feeling and all elements together on this.

Happy crafting!

Supply List:

Cardstocks: Old Lace from CrafTangles; coconut textured CS

Mirror Cardstock: textured metallic gold

Handmade paper: Textured Brown and coconut white

Stamp: Many thanks from Little Birdie

Dies: Square stitching multi frames from Nellie's; Ampersand trilogy from Peek-a-boo Designs; True love stem from Poppy stamps

Distress Inks: ground espresso and carved pumpkin

ZIG watercolor brushes

Seal wax stamp: You make me happy from Craftadda

clear glue stick

Acrylic paint marker: gold

Thread: metallic gold and crisp gold from my stash

Would love to join these fun challenges:

Wednesday 16 November 2022

May your season sparkle!

 Hello everyone!

Happy Thursday!

Today I am going to share a Christmas card with winter trees, kraft animals, snowbanks, sparkles and a lot of textures!

Yipee!! Look at the cute badges I won:

The basic white top layer is debossed using spots EF from Itsy Bitsy.

My card base is a textured coconut cream CS. I added an inverted scalloped rectangle in Kraft color with dimension and created this adorable winter scene.

Added a torn snowbank to give detail and a layer of sparkle is heat embossed for more interest.

I die-cut some Christmas trees from a dazzling cream embossed textured sheet and a glittery tangerine sheet.  The cute fawn is in the kraft sheet.

The neon sunset glitter dots are the perfect combo with Kraft paper. I stamped the sentiment using archival ink.

Hope you enjoyed the process!

Happy crafting!

Supply list

Cardstocks: Kraft and coconut cream CS

Textured sheets: Glittery Tangerine and embossed cream CS

Stamp: Snowflake kisses stamp set from Little Birdie

Dies: Winter Trees, Chrismas set of 5 from DMC brand; Inverted scallop rectangles from Die Cuts and more

Archival ink: fired brick

Glitter Glue: Neon sunset from Itsy Bitsy store

Embossing Powder: Hero from WOW

Would love to join these fun challenges: