Thursday, January 19, 2017

Baby cards #4

It is a week full of baby cards, I think
I keep it this way and find challenges to make
new cards.

I found this color challenge at the

The bear is from the set Cookie Cutter Christmas
from Stampin'Up!. The background is design paper
from Stampin'Up! that is not available anymore.
I am trying to use up some of my design papers.

The sentiment on this card is a digital image from
Create with TLC. I covered
the rattle with a red button and colored the bow with a red marker.

As the first one is a boy version.
I also wanted to make a girl version in the color challenge.

These cards are easy to make and wonderful now that
I need a lot in a short time. If you like them and want
one to feel free to email me, or leave 
your email in the comment box.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!



Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Baby cards #3

So here are two more baby cards
and I used a sketch for these..

The sketch #305 is from the
and my favourite thing at the moment
is babies!

The bear image is from the Cookie Cutter Christmas
stamp set from Stampin'Up! and the sentiment and banner
are from other SU! sets. This is such a fun sketch
that I made a boy and a girl version right away.

On both cards the left part of the card is embossed
with the SU! cable knit embossing folder
and the design paper in the backgroundmis also
SU!. The little hearts is from an old pack and
not available anymore, but on the blue
version it is the Morpccan Design paper and that
is still available. I love it!

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!


Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Baby cards again

I am in love with those cout little mice from
and the best thing, they come free!

Here another boy and girl version.
The baby paper is from a block from Yvonne Creations.
The papers come in blue and pink version.

The banner punch and stamps are from Stampin'Up!
Itty Bitty Baby stamp set.

The sentiment and banner are also from Stampin'Up.
The banner is from Number of Years and the sentiment
is from Made with Love.

I am working on some more baby cards,
so I do hope you come back tomorrow to see those.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!


Monday, January 16, 2017

Mojo Monday 480

Today seems to be Blue Monday....
do you feel it?! 
So i was thinking of a card with at least something blue.
If you feel blue, a cup of coffee always helps!
She here my card.
I used the sketch from  the
to make my card.

The sentiment on my card is from
The paper is made with a coffee bean stencil
and some distress ink.
The other papers are some old design papers
from Stampin'Up!.

The robot image is another fun freebie from the
The cup and donut are stickers I received in a swap
and the beautiful ribbon is from Diana Larson,
who has these beautiful handdied ribbons.

I printed the image twice and cut out the head, the belly
 and the shoes and added them with foam tape for
a 3dimentional look on the robot.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!


Sunday, January 15, 2017

Baby cards

There is a babyboom around me
and I am in need of a lot of babycards.
Today I  started making a few after I noticed
this cute little mouse on the 
Thank you Mary Ellen for all the wonderful
images on your blog.
For my card besides the little mouse,
I used:
a digital sentiment from Create with TLC
banner stamps and punch from 
Stampin'Up! from the set Itty bitty Baby
ribbon and woodsie from stash
the background is a design paper from 
a 6x6 baby block from my stash

For the girl version I used:
a sentiment from Stampin'Up!
from the set Made with Love
a cute ribbon with tiny feet from my stash
a cute tiny wooden peg with a teat
and also a background is a design paper from 
a 6x6 baby block from my stash

Thanks very much for looking
and have a creative day!

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Saturday sketch card: Mojo Monday 479

Happy Saturday!
Had fun playing with the Mojo Monday sketch for today.
It is going to be an owl post, for my friend Paulette
has send me this lovely word ard and I just had to use it
for I love owls.
For my card I used this sketch from the

For my card I used
distress markers
versamark and white embossing powder

I started with printing the sentiment on white paper
anbd cutting it to the size I wanted. Next the owl
is stamped with versamark and embossed with white 
embossing powder. The image is ready for coloring.

I colored with the markers on my craft sheet and with 
a paintbrush I colored the owl. The white embossing
lines work as a resist.
The tree is a die from Tim Holtz.
In the background I used plain blue and scrap paper
with the feathers.  
A few leaves are in the place of the circle from
the sketch.

And here is another card that i made:
This is a z-fold card with an image I found on internet.

Here you see how I folded the card.
First double and then the front of the card double 
again towards the front.

The cute flowers are from my stash.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!


Thursday, January 12, 2017

Inspiration for Chinese New Year: The Year of the Rooster

On January 28 the Chinese New Year takes place and
their years always have the name of an animal.
 This year will be the Year of the Rooster.

Here you find some more information about the
signifigance of the rooster and if you where born
in a year of the rooster and what it means for you.
This card looks complicated, but below I explain 
how to do it and you notice how easy it is.

I used:
The Year of  the Rooster stamp from Art Neko
Holiday Greetings also from Art Neko

Start with stamping the rooster with versamark ink at
random on the background panel. Emboss it with white
embossing powder.

Now color the paper with red and orange ink 
with a blending tool The white embossing powder
works as a resist.

Take the sentiment and stamp with black ink.
Finally add some drops of water. Heat set.

Stamp the center piece with the rooster in black ink and color
with pencil. To assemble the card wrap some red/white
twine around the background panel, add the rooster with foam tape.
The happy new year is stamped on a piece of white paper and cut 
into 3 pieces and looks like the rooster is shouting it.

For this card I used the same rooster stamp and here the
background is even more easy!

 I used a piece of matt silver paper for the back panel.
Stamping the rooster at random with black ink.

For the center piece I embossed the rooster in red.
On the silver background I added some silver holographic
sequins to add some bling to the card.

Thanks so much for looking
and have a creative day!