Spellbinders Shapeabilities Poppies

Hello everybody! Spellbinders was so kind to send me some more dies to play with, so today I have a card with the beautiful Shapeabilities Poppies Etched Dies to share.

These pretty flowers were die-cut from white cardstock and colored with Copics. I popped up the two largest blossoms with foam tape. For the background, I masked off a rectangle, inked it and stamped the text. To finish the card off, I added clear sequins.

These dies are so versatile! Find them here on the Spellbinders website!

Thanks for stopping by today!



MFT Sketch Challenge 374

It's time for a new sketch on the MFT Challenge & Inspiration Blog! Today I have two more cards Guest Designing for MFT. But all good things come to an end although I wish it would go on and on. It has been such a wonderful month and I've been enjoying playing with the new release. Thank you again for having me 

This is this week's fabulous sketch:

And here are two takes on it:

On the first one, I used the new Die-namics Collage Cover-Up and cut it into halves to just use the square windows part. I stamped the adorable bears from BB Bitty Bears onto a matching panel, masked them, inked their squares with various inks and colored the images with Copics. The sentiment is heat-embossed with white embossing powder. The cute patterned paper is from the Sweet Celebration Paper Pack.

My second card happened because of my longing for spring! It is so so cold here and I can't stand it. Time for spring flowers!

 This one features the set Sending a Smile and is watercolored with Peerless Watercolors. I had heat-embossed the images with white embossing powder before coloring or fussy-cutting them. The frame is the new Die-namics Gift Card Window & Frame, the little label is from the Die-namics Blueprints 29.

I hope you like the inspiration! Come and join us for your chance to win a $ 50 gift card to the MFT Shop! Thanks for visiting!



MFT The Birthday Project - Up, Up and Away

Happy Weekend everybody! I had to calm down myself while watching the Olympics ice hockey match yesterday, so I grabbed my colored pencils and made a card for the current MFT challenge The Birthday Project - Up, Up and Away. 

Here comes my take on the challenge:

Still can't get enough of the fun Party Animals set! I had stamped all the images onto my Kraft cardstock panel using light brown ink and colored everything with my Prismacolor Pencils. The sentiment is heat-embossed with white embossing powder.

Coloring is therapy :) It really helped! Wishing you a wonderful weekend! Thanks for stopping by!