Saturday, December 27, 2014

Use all up

The idea on is one to consider. What to do with all the scratch? I am willing to use them and I am using, but I often don't have time or the right sketch to use smaller papers. So I do have paperies here and there:)

My idea is as the tip above suggest to use all when making a card. Can I do it? I'll see:) I guess I can, I will have to make time to keep on making more than one card.

Here is what I made and I did use all the scratch. I did not use the sketches as provided on operationwritehome, but I just sorted and matted the card stock that was left.

Main card using the 'faux ripped paper' technique.

Used:  Close To My Heart inkpads: Desert Sand, Grey Wool and Honey.

Art journal page - sender's choice

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Card start with letter I

I could not find the card I made with the greeting starting with letter I. So I just made another one... to find the card that I made at first later on the day ... sigh .... I guess I had to make this one. A very nice and elegant card; I'll send it to my sister:)

This ribbon is the ribbon tied on new pyjama's I bought. It is of good quality and has a beautiful colour, so I kept it and recycled the ribbon on this card.

Close To My Heart stamp, nestabilities, embossing folder, ribbon (recycling) and gem.

With an envelope using the colours of the card.

Card start with letter I

Hosting for he group Card Sharks.

Close To My Heart stamp
Art Philosophy cartridge- tag, flower
Artbooking cartridge - overlay

Card making Challenge #9

Using the following sketch:
My card based on the sketch (used: Cuttlebug embossing folder):


With envelope

Card start with letter L

Using Rubbernecker rubber stamps (on card) and Hero Arts stamp (on envelope).


Handmade card start with letter J

HM card start with letter K

Keep in touch

Mini Handmade Art Journal R15

Theme: Love

glitter glue
Cose To My Heart stamps
Rubbernecker stamps
masking technique (heart)
archival black ink
yogi tea quote
cartridge (forgot which one) - sentiment