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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Weaved basket and roses

Happy Saturday everyone! I am up with a card I made yesterday night.
I had used a white base, and used kraft  card to do some paper weaving to mimic a basket look.
I stamped the Altenew - vintage roses in shades of red and orange on the base and also on a water color card stock and fussy cut to add.
I arranged the fussy cut flowers as if they are in a basket, and used the bubble stencil from ARTplorations and ink up in Hero Arts - Neon Sunshine ink. A few red and yellow jewels to finish off the design.The sentiment is from Uniko.



Linking this with:

Tuesday Throwdown
Added some fussy cut flowers and a basket as dimension
Add dimension

CAS-ual Fridays 
 No die cuts added here
 

Addicted to stamps and More
 A simple card for here


Altenew March challenge
I was inspired by the colors and the basket here



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Friday, March 24, 2017

Uniko Challenge - reminder

Hey all. its time for the reminder at Uniko Challenge. Our current challenge is Spring with an optional twist of Easter.


I made  a spring themed card for here.
I used the flowers from Uniko, and stamped plus water colored using distress inks. I used the twisted citron to color the background. The sentiment is from Originally Organics addition set. Added it to a textured black base, and a green shimmery ribbon and a few black jewels to finish off.


CAS(E) this sketch
The background and sentiment are in place as the sketch


HLS Watercolor challenge March
Water colored flowers and background here
 

Simon Monday Challenge
Layers

Mod Squad Challenge
A simple card using the plants, and the word plant
Plant kindness

CAS-ual Fridays
A simple entry here



              Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!
                                                                    

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Melting heart

Hello everyone, a quick share of a simple card, before I get busy with my work. My son has returned yesterday from New York, he was away for his school trip to the United Nations. with all of us coming back from our trips, there is so much laundry to be done. I just have  a week to get all in place and start packing again for the spring break!
Ok, I was inspired by the CASology cue to make this card. It is a simple one layer card.
I used waffle flower stamps to make this. I started with stamping the tiny heart in distress ink - barn door, and sprayed some mist to make it look melted. I stamped a couple of times more after it was all dry.
The stamped the sheep and the sentiment in black, and sponged the bottom with a light hand using green ink. That is all. I hope you like it.


Linking this with:
CASology
A melting heart for the cue


Addicted to stamps and more
 A cas one layer for here


House of cards
 Joining in with a farm scene


Simon Wednesday challenge
Another entry for bit of green


Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!
                                                                    

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Off the edge butterfly

Happy Tuesday friends! I am up with a simple card which I just finished making it.

I used Uniko Studio - Originally Organics set here, and for the sentiment I have used CAS-ual Fridays - hope ribbon set.
I stamped the leaves stamp using SU - wild wasabi, and used Mars-graphic markers to color it. The flowers are stamped in Hero Art Neon - sunshine ink.
I stamped some tiny flowers around the card in neon ink.
I used a left over dry embossed and colored scrap paper to die cut the butterfly.
I added the butterfly using an acetate strip, it is tucked behind the front panel? or rather sandwiched in between the base and front. I trimmed the front panel, and added a silver glitter strip, just for interest. The sentiments are stamped in different parts, and different places, I just followed my lead!
Overall, I am loving  how the butterfly sits at the flowers on the edge, and I am happy with this uplifting spring themed card.








Linking this with:

CAS-ual Fridays
 Another entry here


Double D challenges
 A butterfly here
 

HLS March CAS Challenge
 Used a die cut
 

HLS March Anything Goes with dies
Used a die cut


AAA cards
Used a die cut here


Work it Wednesday
GREEN
 Lots of green here
workitwedbanner

Simon Wednesday Challenge
Lots of green here

House of Cards
Joining in with shades of yellow and green



Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!
                                                                    

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Upcycle card

 * Honorable mention at CASology *

Hello everyone, I am back after many days. You might have seen a few scheduled posts in the meantime. I was away to Thailand for a break, thanks to my kiddos.
My daughter is back from her experience week trip, she was at a remote village in Laos, it was a volunteer trip to build houses. She is back very happy and grateful for the modern day lifestyle, which she has! she was with limited electricity, and no running water, and beds. Well...a great experience!!!
My son is still away, he will be back on Tuesday, and the house will return to normal mode.

Ok, lets move to the card now.
I have up-cycled an envelope here, which we got at the hotel in Thailand. I have a few more things to upcycle from there.

The envelops and goodie bag for up cycling


I have used the white envelop with the die cut negative of the coconut/palm leaves, I used the same teal background for it. I added it to my card base and trimmed the excess paper. The sentiment is from Uniko. A white floss on the top, and a few jewels to finish off.

The die cut negative





The resort we stayed was a coconut plantation before it got transformed to a resort, so the hill and the beach was full of coconut palms. SO I am not surprised at the designs on the resort envelops and cards. I just kept my inspiration with the resort theme for this card.
Some pictures to share my inspiration.








Linking this with:

Just Add Ink
Joining in with Leaves
Just add "L"

HLS March CAS Challenge
 A negative die cut here


CASology
Joining in with coconut palm leaves


Curtain Call
Joining in with the white and teal cushion design


CAS(E) this Sketch
Flipped the sketch upside down


Addicted to CAS
I am joining with the coconut palm leaves for the code word - seaside


AAA Cards
 Joining in with the negative die cut, I hope it qualifies
 

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Friday, March 17, 2017

Calling all Sistahs March blog hop

Hey all its the 17th of the month, we are up with the breast cancer self check awareness blog hop, which takes place at CASual Fridays.

You must have arrived from the very talented Vicki's blog

I am up with a simple One layer reminder today.


I started with masking the card all around, and used the distress inks to sponge. Then I used a butterfly stencil and a wet wipe, sprayed some mist and wiped of the ink. Stamped the sentiment after it was dry. A few sequins added, and a twine along with a heart sequin to finish off.

Mask on


After sponging


Ready to wipe the ink off


I hop you like this simple card.
Linking this card with CASual Fridays
Joining in with the off the edge twine!, hoping t makes the cut for the challenge cue.


Your next stop in the hop is the talented Heather North


Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!
                                                                    

Uniko Challenge #40 - Spring with an Optional twist of Easter

Hey all, its time for a new challenge at Uniko.

Out theme this month is Spring with optional twist of Easter

For my second card, I used winnie&walter's brick stencil, and inked it up using distress ink - velvet rose. I stamped the bunny on a PP and fussy cut it.
The branch is cut using my scanNcut in white, and then I used vintage photo ink to color it. I stamped the grass and tree leaves in SU - wild wasabi, from Nature's Treasures.
Added shimmery maroon strips to frame the top and bottom. The sentiment is from the bunny set. As usual 3 jewels to finish off.


Linking this with:
 Another simple entry here

A simple card using Spring theme

Spring theme card

Joining in with off the edge elements

Another entry here
Anything goes with stamps

Lots of green on this card
Bit 'O green

Joining in with the branch and the layout of Jenny's card!

Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!