Creating your own background (SSS Wednesday Challenge)

Hi you! Today, I'm joining Simon Says Stamp again as the Designer in the Spotlight of the SSS Wednesday Challenge. I hope you'll be inspired by my work! Now let's get crafty... This week's theme is 'Making your own background' with Tim Holtz as the artist in the spotlight. I wanted to make a card that … Continue reading Creating your own background (SSS Wednesday Challenge)

A shaker card for a birthday! (SSS Wednesday Challenge)

Hi you! Today I'm joining Simon Says Stamp again as the Designer in the Spotlight of the SSS Wednesday Challenge. I hope you'll be inspired by my work! Now let's get crafty... This week's theme is 'Add a Number'. My niece's son turned one last week, so I had the perfect occasion to create a birthday … Continue reading A shaker card for a birthday! (SSS Wednesday Challenge)

My first slider card

Hi you! Today, I have a simple interactive card for you, using some Mama Elephant and Lawn Fawn supplies. I started by stamping and coloring my images from the Mama Elephant - Incoming Mail set. I watercolored them with my Zig markers and an Escoda travel brush. For the background, I die cut 2 panels … Continue reading My first slider card

A set of cards with Stars and Stripes (SSS Wednesday Challenge)

Hi you! I have some pretty exciting news today. I'm joining Simon Says Stamp as the Designer in the Spotlight of the SSS Wednesday Challenge. I'm so happy! This is the first time I'm doing something like this, so if you have any advice or comments, please let me know! I hope you'll be inspired by … Continue reading A set of cards with Stars and Stripes (SSS Wednesday Challenge)

Simple monochrome ink blending with a stencil

Hi you! Today, I'm back with a very simple monochrome card, using a stencil from Simon Says Stamp! I took a piece of Neenah Solar white cardstock and die cut it with the Mama Elephant - Basic Rectangles. I chose the rectangle that is slightly smaller than an A2 sized card front. After that, I … Continue reading Simple monochrome ink blending with a stencil

A scene with Pretty Pink Posh!

Hi you! I created a scene with my first Pretty Pink Posh stamps! I've been wanting that stamp (PPP - Birthday Scene) for ages now and finally gave in and bought it! I stamped the critters on Bristol Smooth paper with Gina K Amalgam ink. I watercolored them with my Zig markers and a Royal … Continue reading A scene with Pretty Pink Posh!

Simple masking for a simple card

Hi you! For this card, I die cut a panel out of some Bristol Smooth paper, using the Mama Elephant - Basic Rectangles die set. I used the second largest, because I wanted a white border on my card. I stamped the images from the Pretty Pink Posh - Happy Mail set, using Versafine Onyx … Continue reading Simple masking for a simple card