Friday, September 21, 2018

Pins And Needles Holders


Happy Friday! This week I would like to share a different kind of project with you all. I've created a couple of pins and needles holders using some pattern papers, foams and some fabrics.

First of all, I've created a vintage shoe shaped holder. I've used some pattern papers to create the basic shape and added a fabric covered foam in the middle of it to hold the pins and needles. Below is a close-up of it.


I've then, decorated it with lace, buttons, ribbons, flower, pearls and butterfly.

I've also created another circle shaped holder.


This is just a basic circle shaped holder. I did not use any pattern paper in creating this holder. Just a foam and some fabric, lace, pearls and flowers.


Hope you all like today's project and see you all again next week.


Sources: lace, pattern papers, flowers, ribbons, pearls, fabrics, foam, butterflies, buttons, Beacon and other adhesives.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Memories Forever Layout



Hello fellow crafters and friends! It's another Friday here. For today's post, I would like to share a layout which brings back a lot of memories for me.The photograph featured in this layout had been taken while we were on a vacation in Japan. The feeling of getting lost and being adventurous in an unfamiliar environment or place is the best experience that you can get while travelling. I think I really need another vacation trip to take away all this stress I have in me right now.

Now, let's move on to the layout itself. I've used tons of products by BoBunny to create this layout. I've used several mixed media techniques to create this layout.

Here are more close-ups on the details.


To create these dimensional bubbles or circles, I've used several glitter paste with a circle stencil by BoBunny. To make the colors more interesting and well blended, I've misted some paint on it too.


For the title, I've used a chipboard expression and painted it with some paint and detailed with some glitter paste.


To add some different elements to this layout, I've used some metal brads to decorate the layout.

This is such a fun layout to create and I hope it gives a little inspiration to you in your next project. Thank you for dropping by and see you all again soon!


Sources: Pattern Papers: BoBunny; Inks/Paints: BoBunny; Stamps/Masks: BoBunny; Others: BoBunny stickers, brads, rub-ons, chipboard, flowers, washi tape and lace, Beacon and other adhesives.

Friday, September 7, 2018

Remember When Acrylic Card


Hello friends! I'm so sorry that I've not posted here last week. I've been under the weather for more than a week now. I'm stress out on between kids exams and some kids matters. I just hope all this will be over soon and I could get back to my norm.

Since this last week I've been dealing with tons of kids matters, I think by sharing this card would lift me up a bit in spirit. This is a card which I've created using some products by Clear Scraps. I've used the Fancy Send It Clear card by Clear Scraps as the base for this card.

Here are more close-ups on this card.


I've used some Copic markers to highlight the edges of the acrylic card to make it visible but still has the translucent effect.


As a mom, there are so many hurdles that we have to jump and so many obstacles that we have to overcome when raising our child. We can get very angry, sad and disappointed during these moments. But I do always remind myself, every children started off as a blank canvas and how they handle things might be following your foot steps. Therefore, I believe a good mom should have at least the ability to listen to them and have faith in them. This is just a little tip from me to all moms out there.

I hope you all like today's project and see you all again soon!


Sources: Acrylic Card: Clear Scraps; Pattern Papers: Maja Design; Inks/Paints: Ranger Inks, Tsukineko; Stamps: Darkroom Door; Flowers: Petaloo; Others: Copic markers, lace, brads, twine, thread for stitching, Beacon and other adhesives.

Friday, August 24, 2018

Enjoy Your Special Day Card


Hello everyone! Have you heard of Little Birdie Crafts? This company had sent me some goodies to play with and this is what I've come up with. This is a light mixed media birthday card using those gorgeous products by Little Birdie Crafts.

Here are more details on this card.


To create more dimension and textures, I've used a stencil and some chipboard pieces by Little Birdie Crafts. The white gesso is able to create some interesting and rough background for the card. To add some colors to the chipboard, I've painted it and later add some glitters to it for some sparkle.


To soften the look and add more layers to the card, I've added tons of paper flowers on the lower left corner of the card. 

Thank you so much for dropping by and hope to see you all again soon! Have a great weekend!



Sources: Cardstock: Bazzill; Pattern Papers: Little Birdie Crafts, MSD; Inks/Paints: Art Anthology; Stamps: BoBunny; Mask/Stencils: Little Birdie Crafts; Others: Little Birdie Crafts flowers and chipboard, glitters, white gesso, Beacon and other adhesives.

Friday, August 17, 2018

Read and Imagine Journal Page


Hi everyone! For today's post,I would like to share something a little different. It's a mixed media art journal page. I've used some products by BoBunny to create this page.

Below are some closer look at it.


To add some dimension and different textures, I've used some wood and metal elements on it. Besides that, I've also used some dimensional paste to create some details on the background.

In the picture above, I've cut out some images from the pattern paper to create a collage look on it. To create the 3 dimensional look, I've added some painting techniques on the background using some paints and inks.


Thank you so much for dropping by and hope you all find this little journal page inspiring. See you all again soon!



Sources: Pattern Papers: BoBunny; Inks/Paints: BoBunny, Pentart; Mask/Stencils: BoBunny; Stamps: BoBunny; Others:BoBunny wood embellishment, brads and stickers, Beacon and other adhesives.

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