Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Wild Rose Hips

Hello dear friends!

My new Autumn inspiration for you today is  this bunch of Wild Rose Hips!

It was a huge challenge for me to create them but I couldn't resist this beauty passing through the Wild Rose bushes in my neighborhood in my daily walk.

The best foam to make them from me is Silk Suite because it's the most soft but elastic material I've ever seen on the market! Furthermore, it can be manipulated very easily by stretching, twisting and rolling. These features make Silk Suite the best suited to work with moulds. It doesn't take much effort to get the desired imprint.

 For this project I've used Silk Suite RED for the Rose Hips,

 ... and Silk Suite GREEN for the leaves.

Hope you like it! 
Thank you for coming again!
Elena xxx

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Monday, 16 October 2017

Pumpkin Tilda

Hello and good morning everyone, I hope you're doing fine and enjoy beautiful autumn. Not long to go until Halloween, so I thought I want to create a Halloween project to share with you. This template is perfect for that kind of card. You also can make it more easy with no image or flowers, just template and papers - you'll already get a fun card.

I thought Porch Tilda is perfect to sit on this cute pumpkin... I colored her with Distress Inks.

And some more close ups of my card...

Thank you so much for your visit. Have a happy day and bye for now.
Hugs, Karina

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Sunday, 15 October 2017

Capture the moment

 Hello everyone!
Today I am sharing another card with you. It still has a summer-ish touch - seems like I am just not ready for fall yet.

I used designer's papers in different shades of turquoise and blue from different brands here. I especially love those double sided papers, since the front and back most times go perfectly together. Like the Streetwear sheet by Maja Design on my card - it has the great stars pattern on one side and the lighter turquoise with a soft pattern on the other one. 

For the image I went with Tilda with Daisy Umbrella by Magnolia here. You might think summer at first look at her but I think she's also great to be used in fall. Like, daisies seem to be the first and last flowers in my meadow.

I've put all the embellishments to one side of my card. Besides different flowers I've also added some wax cord and those white Meadow Sprays. Love their bulky look.
And since I wanted something higher in the background I've die cut this rose from the Rose and Heart die set by Magnolia and put behind the spray.

Instead of a stamped image I went with this laser die cut chipboard saying. It was perfect in color and size.

Have a happy sunday everyone!
Hugs, Kathrin

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Saturday, 14 October 2017

Winter flowers

Hello everyone!

Today I have for winter and Christmas flowers made with Foamiran.
With the  winter coming I'm making  a lot of these flowers. When I have made many of the flowers I like to utilise them on Christmas cards and diffferent Christmas decorations. Do you like my flowers? I very much like them.

See You, Beata:)

For man

Welcome! Today's a card for men.
I created this manly style using PION DESIGN papers from 
Mister Tom's Treasures collection.

Steel add-ons are highlighting it as well.

I wish you a very nice Saturday. 

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Friday, 13 October 2017

Halloween Tea for Two

Hello everyone,

It's friday and is again my turn to share with  you some inspiration.
For this post I made a card with  LDRS creative stamp called Tea for Two. 
I coloured this cute stamp using "dark" colours.
Dark colours for Halloween card.

The paper pads used are from Pion Design's The Witching Hour collection. I love the scene and colours.
Dies used are from LDRS creative collection Scalloped Swag Border Die and dies from Allifair Build A Card Die Set.

Hugs, Barbara GR

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