Hello blogland – it’s the 5th and that means it’s Challenge-time! I’m sorry for only being around when I post for the Challenge-blogs but I’m hoping that I will get some more tie to be crafty again, soon!
Sooooo, for the next 4 weeks over at the Stempelgarten-Challengeblog our theme is “From the Heart” and since the one who stole mine is soooo far away, this little Card just is perfect…
So hop on over and join us for a chance to win a surprize goodie bag! Hugs, Lia
Happy Sunday world! So my one and only asked me to make a card for a dear friend who’s currently going through a rough time and as I was browsing through my stamps I found this set which I’ve had forever – but it’s never really been used…
So let’s hope all those robots will help make someone’s day a little brighter =) Hugs, Lia
It’s Tuesday and there is a new Challenge up and running on my Challenge-Blog for all of you. The theme for the next two weeks is “Polka Dots”. As I was browsing my stash for this card I came across this gold embossed polka-dot paper which I just had to use. I wanted something more subtle than the average patterns you get when thinking about polkas, so here is what I made…
If you want a chance on winning a goodie bag – hop on over and join us for this Challenge! I’m curious on what y’all will make =)
Good Morning everyone!
It’s the 5th and therefore a new Stempelgarten-Challenge is online – this month’s theme is “Fall”.
My Card features a stampset from MFT and I did some ink blending with Ranger’s Oxide Inks – those are just amazing!
So here is what I made… (excuse the lighting but me and my camera are having relationship problems it seems ^.^)
So hop on over to win a goodie bag from the store!
Hello hello – thanks for stopping by!
Last weekend I showed you some Cards I had made with the idea in the back of my head of using up my scraps of paper I have flying around and today I have another example of Cards you can make for using up DSP you have.
Since I needed more masculin Birthday-Cards I looked for some bold striped DSP and die-cut the “Happy Birthday” out of the DSP, keeping all the little bits and pieces of the die cut. Then I cut the die another two times out of matching blue card stock as I had used in the background and done – easy as that!