Thursday, 21 September 2017

Pastel flowery wedding card

Hello!

Today quite late but I wanted to show you my latest wedding card. New idea due to new cutting die! :) Card is very elegant, pastel and with my favorite flowers.

To make this card I used white paper base from Craft UK Ltd which I decorated with flower paper from Galeria Papieru, As if in a dream II collection. On the top I've used The Promise paper from Trimcraft. The same paper was used to cut out scalloped heart and plain heart with Marianne Design cutting die. From plain and pearlised paper from Paperconcept I did cut wedding dress and suit. Then I've decorated it with beautiful sentence chipboard from Ego craft and finished it off with pastel flowers partly from Wild Orchid Crafts and partly from I am Roses.

Hope you like it!
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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Welcome little one teddy bear card

Hello!

How are you today? Hope you had a great weekend!

Today more eco style card for new baby! As it wasn't yet known if the baby is a boy or girl I've made it universal card for new addition to family :). Teddy bear is always so cute and can be used for almost any age child (and to be honest I'm not child anymore but I would be happy to get card with a teddy :) ). 

So to make this card I used Trimcraft scalloped white card base that I decorated with Simple Stories paper pad from Say Cheese and Say Cheese II collections. The frame in the middle I cut with X-cut nesting dies and I've also added cute teddy bear. Then with some paper leftovers from previous projects I cut few heart shaped balloons from Marianne Design cutting die and add cute white rabbit from Cottage Cutz. Finally I've added text "welcome little one" (in Polish :) ) from Craft Passion cutting die.

Let me know if you like it!
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Saturday, 16 September 2017

Very flowery violet exploding box for birthday

Hello!

How is your weekend going? :) Today I'm going to a great show in North London called Crafting at Ally Pally. Have you ever heard of it? Did you ever attend? It's actually the 3rd time I'm going and I'm super excited! :) I'm always coming back with a lot of new craft goodies! So wait for some pictures of what I've bought within next few days! I will definitely show you that! :)

And in the meantime I want to show you my recent project. Beautiful, very flowery exploding box for birthday. It was meant to be very special for my client sister 30th birthday. Main conditions- violet colour and flowers :). And I think it went really well!

Box base and lid I've made myself with plain and pearlised paper from paperconcept. Then I've decorated it with beautiful paper pad Purple rain from Galeria Papieru (I actually bought mine from Skarbnica Pomysłów as it's older collection which is harder to get). The center of the box I've decorated with white bucket filled with colourful flowers from Wild orchid crafts and I am roses. I've added a wee bit of Tonic studios Nuovo crystal drops and lilac bow made from ribbon from paperconcept. In this project I've used nested circle cutting die from Nellie's Snellen, scalloped circle cutting die from X-cut and nested stitched frames dies. The paper on the lid comes from docrafts Papermania Capsule, French Lavender collection.

Please tell me if you like it! :)

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Gold stars birthday card

Morning!

How is your week going? :) Mine is busy but very productive. I've already started paper preparation for Christmas so I will be well ready for it! :) You will see it soon!

But today I will present you birthday card I made for my best friend back in August. Simple but very impressive and shiny!

To make this card I used card base from Craft UK Ltd, then I've added patterned beige paper and striped card from Classic Neutrals paper pad by Craft Smith. Added gold metallic paper I bought from The range. Then I've cut out name of my friend with Craft passion flag alphabet cutting die (I only used letters though :) ). Finally I've added few gold stars. It turns out very classy, stylish and so shiny! :)

What do you think? :)

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Sunday, 10 September 2017

Very flowery wedding card in a box

Good afternoon!

Today quite late for me but I've been really busy since early morning sorting out my Facebook page- a lot of changes up there! :)

So today again I want to show you wedding card but this time very flowery and in elegant box!

For the purpose of this card I made a box myself using thick plain paper from Paperconcept which I finished off with flowery and pink paper pad from The works. I've also added stitched nesting square dies from Crealies, chipboard from Crafty moly and some pearls from Paperconcept. To make a card itself I used ready base from Craft UK Limited, the same paper pad from The works. Then I've used Prima Marketing doily cutting die and nesting circle dies. Finally I finished it off with beautiful roses partly from Wild Orchid Crafts and I am roses.

Hope you like it!

Thursday, 7 September 2017

Engineers wedding card

Morning!

Today something completely different. I mean wedding card but probably you never seen it in such unusual theme! :) So the special requirement for that card was that it have to have something in common with bride and groom who are both engineers! Also as an addition bride love to read books. Books sounds so cool and easy but engineers? I must admit it took me a lot of time to prepare this project and in my mind I tried so many different options and nothing just seems to be good enough. And one day I just had this flicker and I quickly searched for bricks pattern paper. I found just one (this is probably why I've already ordered sooooo many different bricks pattern pads- just to be ready for any occasion and not to struggle ever again! 😁). And that is the point when the whole idea started. I mean I had to put it all together having only brown bricks. And with every other paper it only got easier and easier :).

To sum it up to make this card I've used textured and plain white paper from Paperconcept, text paper from The works paper pad, bricks paper from Studio G and dark wood paper from  happy day collection by pebbles. Then I've added sir and lady cutting die and some leaves from Martha Steward hand punch. I finished it off with different flowers from Wild orchid crafts and Iamroses.

Enjoy and like!