Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Hi everyone! Valentine's Day is just a day away and have you thought of creating something as a gift for that special person of yours? Besides creating cards, you can also scrap a layout to express your feelings and thoughts.
For today's post, I wanted to share a layout which I've created to express my feelings towards my husband. I've used some pattern papers from an old black and white collection by BoBunny and an acrylic "Love" expression by Clear Scraps.
Here are some details on it.
For some masculine touch, I've used some brads with twine to decorate this layout.
To make it more interesting, I've covered part of the acrylic "Love" with pattern papers and outlined part of it with permanent markers.
Thank you so much for dropping by and hope you all like today's post. Have a sweet Valentine's Day! See you all again soon!
Monday, February 4, 2019
It is Chinese New Year eve!! I wish to take this opportunity to wish all my friends here, Gong Xi Fatt Choi and may all of you have a healthy and joyous year!!
Monday, January 28, 2019
Hi everyone! For today's post, I would like to share a handmade card created using some products by Graphic 45 and Petaloo. This is a tri-fold card where you can insert a photograph in it.
Below are some pictures of the details on this card.
By adding some flowers, it creates so much dimension to it. To soften the look, I've also added some lace.
Hope you all like this card. Thank you so much for dropping by and see you all again soon!
Sources: Cardstock: Bazzill; Pattern Papers: Graphic 45; Inks/Paints: Ranger Inks; Flowers: Petaloo; Others: lace, black pen, Beacon and other adhesives.
Friday, January 18, 2019
Hello friends! Today, I would like to share a tutorial to create some icy flowers for any of your winter projects.
Here are the steps.
1. Use some vellum papers and draw some flowers on it. Make it simple.
2. Use a decorative scissors to cut out the flowers to add more details to it.
3. Mist the flowers using some paint. Use some blue tones to create the icy look. Let it dry completely.
4. Use a stencil or mask and some dimensional glitter paste to add some icy texture on it. Let it dry.
5. Ink the edges of the flowers with some distress ink to add more colors to it.
Hope you all like this tutorial and start creating your own icy flowers for your projects.
Sources: Ink/Paints: Art Anthology, Ranger Ink; Mask/Stencils: Clear Scraps; Others: Art Anthology dimensional gel paste, vellum, brads, decorative scissors and palette knife.
Friday, January 11, 2019
Hello friends! It has been quite some time since I've shared my last mini album. Therefore, for today's post, I would like to share an acrylic album featuring Clear Scraps. This is a black and white acrylic album.
Besides decorating the cover with some pattern papers and flowers, I've used an acrylic expressions by Clear Scraps as the title of this album. I've covered it with pattern papers from its back to give some colors to it.
Below are some of the pages in it.
I really like to create using this album. It is so elegant and beautiful with that glossy white and black surfaces. Hope you all like today's album and see you all again soon!
Sources: Acrylic Products: Clear Scraps; Inks/Paints: Ranger Inks; Others: paper flowers, laces, Ranger Stickles, epoxy stickers, ribbons, rub-ons, Beacon and other adhesives.