Birdie Shaker Card

Hello! Today I got to play with a new stamp set I bought and enjoyed creating this cute shaker card using the colors from the current MFT Color Challenge.

When I saw the beautiful color combo, I knew I had to make a card with it! Here is what I came up with:

We have a galore of flocks of various birds in our garden this year and it is a pleasure to watch them. So when I saw these adorable MFT birds, I just had to get them! After I had created the shaker box, I stamped the images onto white cardstock, colored everything with Copics and fussy-cut them.

And because this card fits, I'll also enter it to the SSS Wednesday Challenge: Clean & Simple.

I hope your day is wonderful! Thanks for stopping by today!


MFT Supplies:
SY Tweet Friends
Blueprints 29 Die-namics


Cute Elephant Card

Hi everybody! Today I made a cute elephant card for two challenges. It's a pop-up card with a matching envelope for the MFT Sketch Challenge 419  and the current SSS Wednesday Challenge.

This is the sketch:

And here is my take on it:

I used the BB Adorable Elephants for this, they are colored with Copics. The background was inked with Distress Oxides.
On the inside, it looks like this:

I created a simple pop-up element and adhered parts of my scene to it for more dimension.

These elephants always make me smile! They are the cutest, don't you agree?

Thanks for stopping by today, have a wonderful day!


MFT Supplies:
BB Adorable Elephants
Die-namics BB Adorable Elephants
Die-namics Grassy Hills
Stencil Cloud
Stencil Mini Cloud Edges
Die-namics Zig Zag Stitched Rectangles


Watercolor Flowers and Glitter

Happy New Year everybody! I hope your 2018 ended well and you had a great start into 2019!

Although winter in in full swing, I am in the mood to create something colorful and floral. Here comes a card I made for the MFT The Birthday Project - Time to Shine using new glitter cardstock and embossing powder, so it fits the current SSS Wednesday Challenge: Something New, too.

I first stamped and heat-embossed the flowers and leaves from the Wildflowers set onto watercolor paper, colored them with Peerless Watercolors and fussy-cut them. Then I stamped and heat-embossed some images onto a panel of watercolor paper, colored them and added sprinkles of color. Now I adhered the cut images to the panel, trimmed off the edges and adhered the panel to a purple card base. Finally, I die-cut the Die-namics Happy Birthday Script from gold glitter cardstock and adhered it to the card.

You can never go wrong with pretty flowers, don't you agree? Thank you so much for stopping by!


MFT Supplies: