19 février 2017

Super Simple Sunday Projects serie #4

Here is nog een Super Simple Zondag kaartje in enkele stepjes gemaakt. Erg snell voor een SUper mooi resultaat. Lees hoe je kan dat in een paar minuten doen.   Today is another SUper Simple Sunday card made in a few minutes in 4 little steps. It was so fun to do as well. I really love this Beautiful You stamp set with theses vintage ladies. Well they make me think of the ladies dressed in the 50th, wearing long dresses and hats. Images @ Stampin'Up!   How to make this card: Cut a piece of Crumb Cake cardstock to... [Lire la suite]
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12 février 2017

Super Simple Sunday Projects serie #3 - Special Valentine's day.

  Today's project is a Super Simple Sunday Project I made in a few minutes using a paintbrush to create the background, with some water and ink refills on Watercolor Paper. It dries faster when you use a heat gun. Note that you could use your waterbrush pen for that technique too but I wanted to go faster and make larger "lines". I used the Sunshine Sayings bundle to finish the card. I have die cut the heart with into a piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock, same color I used for the card base and stamped the image using my Old... [Lire la suite]
05 février 2017

Super Simple Sunday Projects serie #2

This Super Simple Sunday project was done in a flash, really! A sheet of our beautiful Serene Senery DSP and 2 adorable bees from the Dragonfly Dreams stamp set and framelits was all I used to decorate that card. The sentiment comes from the Window Shopping stamp set. (Both sets are bundles with 10% off! don't miss the deal, available until may 31 only!!)   To create this card: Stamp 2 bees with Memento ink on a scrap piece of Whisper White cardstock, then use your bigshot to cut them with the matching framelits. Cut off... [Lire la suite]
29 janvier 2017

Super Simple Sunday Projects serie #1

When I need a very speedy, urgent card or gift packaging to offer and create at the last minute, Designer Series Paper are my "go for it" tools. They are easy to combine with a sentiment and it's not really hard to add a "Chic" touch to them. I love DSP but for an unknown reason, I rarely use them. Maybe because no matter how beautiful they are, I still feel overhelm sometime? Or maybe because my personal style is more DIY backgrounds and inky fingers? No idea!The fact is, I love them so I buy them. And they pile up in my... [Lire la suite]
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