Fabulous Work of Art

Hello and good morning!
It’s Challenge-Time over at the CardsUndMore-Blog and the theme we’re working with is such an easy one “One-Layer-Cards” – well – easy depends on who you talk to but I love cas Cards. So here’s what I made…


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Hugs, Lia

There is no time more fitting

to say thank you.

This is my Card for the new Challenge “Dots, dots, dots” over at the CardsUndMore-Blog.


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Hugs, Lia

Congratz to you two

Hey guys and girls!
This is part 4 of my “Using up Scraps”-Challenge I set for myself =) So today I want to show you how I used some DSP as a backdrop behind some vellum I stamped my sentiment on.
Again this design is very quick and easy to mass produce, just switch up the sentiment, pick a more christmassy paper and tadaaaa – you can make all your Christmas Cards to send to family and friends in a day…


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Big hugs, Lia

Happy Birthday

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!


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Big hugs, Lia

HAPPY

Happy weekend everyone!

We all know this “problem” – we’ve got a huge collection of paper scraps which just pile up in a box but don’t get used up as quickly as they are being produced.
So I decided to make some Cards using up DSP scraps and bold card stock scraps aswell – I’ll share them over the next weeks so I don’t flood you with images in one post =)

So these are some CAS Cards I made using my Misti for easier repeated stamping and bold coloured card stock. I tried to match the inks to the paper as closely as I could by eye and keep the design very clean…


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Big hugs and have a great weekend! Lia