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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Merry Xmas

Hello again! I wanted to pop in this card I made for the i{Heart}Sketch. I made a Xmas card. It's  never too early to do so I think.

I used the sketch today since I didn't have time to make an interactive card. The image was colored with prismacolored pencils. I die cut some vellum and added it to the back of the image. Used some scraps Xmas papers and added some twine behind the button. 

My sketch comes from i{Heart}sketch 


Crafty Hazelnut - Use patterned papers
Xmas card - Favorite medium (Prismacolored pencils)

{SBC} Remember the Happy moments

 Good morning! Happy Sunday! Hope you had an awesome breakfast today. Today is my last DT post for the Scrapbook Blessings Club Challenge. Our sponsor is A day for Daisies and our challenge is a mini challenge where it's Anything Goes. You can also combine it using the different tutorials we had from Jan to Mar of this year. More details on the blog here.

I made an easel card and also made my own patterned papers. I wanted to go with a mom's theme. The image, Mom Hugs, was printed onto Neenah Cardstock and colored with prismacolored pencils.  I also die cut the scallop frame and the mat using the Elegant Cartridge. The stamps used are unknown since I threw away the papers. I doodled around the border for the sentiments and added a kind of flower lol. To finish, I added a flower that was glued onto twine and a circle made with a 1" punch!

Here is a close up

SSS Wed - Buttons
Jellypark - Mother's day
ADFD - Pretty Pastels
Scorpal - More than one fold

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Flying by to say...Happy Birthday!

Hello everyone and Happy Saturday! How was your day so far? Ours was very busy. Grocery shopping, taking my daughter to a birthday party, dinner time and it's still going on. Anyhoo, my card today is for a boy who turned 7 last week. I do hope he will like it!

Here is my card:

I went with a clean design since I wanted to focus more on the image and the background paper is already busy. Puppy Pilot has been colored with my favorite medium, prismacolored pencils and matted with a black cardstock.  The sentiment comes from rub ons and added onto a banner. I had to include a piece of cardstock at the back so that the banner can hang. I also added a piece of ribbon on the left bottom corner of the image.

Here is a close up where I added some sequins.

Here is the inside of the card. I have used the "Big Holiday Wishes" stamp set (see below)and masked the "Holiday" before stamping the "birthday" from an Inkadinkado set.


Meljen's - Boys
Sweet Stampin - Transport
Word Play Saturday - AG
Craftitude Challenge - AG
Crafty Catz Weekly - AG
Digi Haven - Things with wings
SisterAct - Cards only
As you like it - Fave animal and why (puppy because it's so cute and cuddly - man's best friend too!)
Digi Choos Day - Animals (Puppy)
Crafty Hazelnut Papers - Use patterned papers

Friday, March 28, 2014

G is for ... Girl

 Hello again, finally the day is coming to an end and then the weekend is here! Can't wait! I have this cute girly card for 2 Cute Ink challenge. I love her images - too cute!!! The theme is Easter or Bunny and I kinda went with both, well sorta. I got the bunny right but colored the eggs in Easter colors. So that's a 2-in-1 card, perfect for that little girl who is born around Easter. What do you think?

The image is colored in my favorite medium, prismacolored pencils and a border was doodled around the border. The scallop mats were cut with my Cricut.

The heart paper, the sentiment banner and the flower chipboard are from a baby girl's kit, which I had in my stash for years! I just know I had to use this today.

Here is a close up of the image, Baby Easter Bunny.


2 Cute Ink challenge - Bunny/Easter
Crafty Calendar - Animals
Digi Choos day - Animals
Polkadoodle - Spring is in the Air
Whimsy Stamps Challenge - Easter, Bunnies
SisterAct Challenge - Cards only
Brown Sugar - Easter

Card a Day - Easter, baby

Celebrate...Birthday Wishes

 Hi and Happy Friday everyone! I can't believe this week has gone by so fast! This week has been very busy for me. This is my weekly post for the Doodle Garden and I have used Lasso Lucy Cowgirl.

She was colored with prismacolored pencils and fussy cut. The white mat is from Bazzill and the brown mat was cut using the Cricut Elegant Edges cartridge. Designer papers are from the Studio Calico pad. Flowers are made from a Marvy Uchida punch and I added some buttons and green twine to finish. Sentiments are from Inkadinakdo stamp set.

My sketch comes from PaperTake Weekly


SSS Wed - Buttons
Ruby's Rainbow - Happy Birthday
Stampavie and More - For a girl

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Can you feel the wind?

Hello and Happy Thursday! We are almost at the end of this week and today starts a new challenge at Aud Sentiments. This week our sponsor is A Day for Daisies and the theme is "Easter or Spring Sentiment".

Here is my card:

I CASE'd Alyce's style here and added my special touches. The image has been printed on Neenah cardstock and colored with prismacolored pencils. Paper is from Cosmo Cricket.

I added some sequins for embellisments. I really wanted a clean and simple card.

Have a wonderful day and thanks for stopping by!


A day for daisies - Pretty Pastels

Sunday, March 23, 2014


Hi again, this is my second post for today. If you are looking for the Hobbycutz challenge one, please look below. 

This card is for the i{heart}sketch challenge where we had to follow the sketch below and use one of the images from From the Heart Stamps. I went with a monochromatic look for my ribbons.

 I chose Flower Pot Chick, which I colored with my Prismacolored pencils. I matted the image with some vellum which I die cut from my Cricut. Paper and twine are from American Crafts. Sentiment is my own handwriting.

My sketch is from i{heart} sketch



Hello and Happy Sunday! Hope you had a great weekend. Ours was a cold one since we had snow Friday night and it was all cloudy! Unfortunately, this is my last post for the Hobbycutz DT. Our sponsor is Whimsy Stamps and theme is girly but not pink.

I created a beach scene. I think it's still girly don't you think? I chose blue and orange for a girly theme. 

The sun was done with a circle nesties and the rays were colored with prismacolored pencils. Butterflies were stamped and fussy cut. I made my sand with the swiss dots folder and I used my orange pencil to mark the outside of the shapes.


Friday, March 21, 2014


Hello Friday and Hi everybody!!! Yesterday marked the first day of Spring and boy, it wasn't Spring at all. It was all so chilly and windy...Felt like autumn to me. Today is another challenge at Creative Fingers. Our sponsor is Nikki Burnette and the theme is Glitter.

 The image, Little Red Riding hood, has been colored with Prismacolored pencils and matted with different colored cardstocks. I have used the out-of-the-box technique here. I added glitter on one of the mats and the cape.

Here is a close up of the glitter in its glory!

Word Art Wed - AG
As you like it - Favorite color medium and why (Prismacolored pencils are my go to mediums because they blend so easily and I can achieve different looks with only one color at a time).
Bearly mine - Girls
Crafting by Design - AG
Crafty Hazelnut Patterns - Use patterned papers
Just Keep on Creating - AG
Just be creative - March Linky party

Wednesday, March 19, 2014


Hello and Happy Tuesday! Welcome to another challenge from Hobbybook. Did you have fun for our first one? I do  hope that you did. This time, the theme is Spring. 

The image, Scribbled sentiment, has been colored with prismacolored pencils and cut with square nesties. I used some black cardstock for the mat and added some PTI harvest gold ink. Papers are from MME and K& Co.

 The flowers are from two punches that I don't have the names unfortunately. I added a pearl in the middle of each, curled the petals and drew some lines in the middle with an orange gel pen. I also added some leaves from a Martha Stewart punch.

My sketch comes from Sketch Saturday

Join in the fun this week at Hobbybook and get more inspirations from my fellow team members.

Aurora Wings - AG

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Did I miss something???

Hi again, this will be a short post as I'm just under the line to submit this. I'm here with a sketch from Deconstructing Jen and I'm playing with one of the KKS stamps, Patsy for the wonderful Wednesday challenge.

Patsy has been colored with prismacolored pencils and layered with Bazzil cardstock. Papers are a mix of AC, Studio Calico and some embossed paper with my swirls folder.

My sketch comes from Deconstructing Jen.


A random fan - Birthdays
Naughty or nice - Birthdays
Rubys Rainbow - Birthday


Hello and Happy Tuedays! Hope you are having a great week so far! I am here with my Sunflowerfield bi-weekly DT post and today I have used Easter basket.

 I have colored the image with prismacolored pencils and doodled around it. Flowers are made from 2 punches that I don't know the name unfortunately.

Hope you like it and enjoy a fab day! Remember we still have our monthly challenge going on. Come play and win prizes.


Fitztown - AG

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Heard you were dragon

Happy Sunday and good morning!!! I am here with the latest challenge over at the SBC challenge and we're asked to make a "border sentiment". Our sponsor is Stamp and Create.

The dragon is part of the Enchanted set  from The Alley Way stamps and I use a post its just like in the video above to get this done. The dragon was a bit tricky to stamp since I had the sentiment in the middle. 

Here's how I did it: 
  1. I stamped the head of the dragon first
  2.  cover the sentiment and the head with post its 
  3. Trace the head with a pencil on the post its
  4. Stamp the rest of the body
  5. Add sequins of different shades (My dragon was not feeling well) and cut if needed
  6. Instead of breathing fire, I used the small set next to the dragon's tail (see picture below) to show that it was sick!

A close up of my sick dragon 

I used the BIC#50 photo for color inspiration (green and black)

Hope you like it and tell me your thoughts on it. If you need more inspirations for this challenge, visit SBC and enter to win a prize.

Sister Act - Cards only

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Think Spring

Hello again, this is my second post for today. I am playing for the SOTM challenge over at From the Heart stamps. If you played last month, you would have received this image called Hamlet Pigwit think Spring. 

 My sketch comes from the i{heart}sketch 

4 Krafty Girls - AG
Craftitude - AG
Digi Galore - AG
Crafty Hazelnut - Use patterned papers

Luck of the Irish

Happy Saturday! Hope your weekend is off to a great start! Mine isn't! I still have a sore throat and according to the doctor, I have bronchitis and now, I am on antibiotics. My son hasn't escaped it too!!! I don't know how long this weather will keep on playing with us. I'm really getting sick of this! The forecast is higher temperatures on the + side until Friday when it will snow AGAIN! Yes, I know. UNBELIEVABLE!!!

My image is Irish Coffee, a FREEBIE that Jenn gave us and that is still there if you want to scoop it up! Since St. Patrick's day is coming, I went with a green theme. The image was colored with prismacolored pencils only. No baby oil used this time. It was fussy cut and matted on some Neenah cardstock, which was cuttlebugged with a dots embossing folder. The green scallop and polka dotted mats were cut from the Elegant cartridge and plantain schoolbook cartridges respectively. Sentiment is from my own handwriting. 

The circle was cut from the plantain schoolbook cartridge.

My sketch comes from Sunday Sketch and Stamp and I chose the round shape.

P.SIt's Jennifer's BiRtHdAy and she is celebrating by passing on a gift to YOU!
From now until March 16th, enjoy 20% off with code BDAY20 on each and every listing in shop. Go hurry,  you won't regret it!!!


Crafting by Designs - AG
Craftitude - ag or green
Jo's scrap shack - Clovers of luck
SisterAct - AG
Stampin for the weekend - ag
Stampin with Dragon - green
Craft for the Craic - green
Cut it up - Green for St. Patrick's day (Dies cut are from the elegant cartridges and plantain schoolbook)
DigiHaven - 3 shades of green
Get inky - green
Patties Creation - green