Sunday, May 17, 2015

White on white card

Hello again! Two posts in two days, that is unusual here!

But I do have a super cute card to share so it couldn't wait. I made it for the Scrappy Hands White on White challenge. I love monochromatic cards and this one was so fun to make!

Usually my monochromatic cards are clean an simple but with this one I went for layers and textures.

I picked different paper scraps from my white paper scraps drawer and just randomly layered them on the card. I added white polka dot Making Memories frame (remember them??), a diecut heart that I had on my desk, some white ribbon, a piece of lace and few jewels and pearls.

I finished the card with a wood veneer birdie that I inked with white ink and letter stickers.

So here it is - sweet card made completely out of scraps and pieces I had laying around.

Check what other DT members did here and share your white on white project. We even  have a prize this week!

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Washi Tape Projects

Hello there! I hope am not talking to myself here. Sadly my New Year resolution to blog more often doesn't work that well and that's too bad. I have a lot of news to share, some of them very exciting, but that will have to wait just a little more. Meanwhile I want to share a layout I did for Love My Tapes design team. 

More details on the layout are here

Here is another Love My Tapes DT project that I didn't share - card with wide floral washi tape.

Read more about the card here.

That't it for today. I will try my best not to disappear, actually I have another project to share tomorrow,

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Scrappy Hands challenge 38 - clean and simple

Hello my dear blog readers! It is Sunday morning here, I am enjoying my quiet time while thinking of the busy week ahead of me. If your "to do" list is as long as mine, I still hope you will find 15 minutes a day for yourself, Spend it as you like, we all have our own ways to relax and unwind. My favorite way is crafting. It will not take more than 15 minutes to make this simple card. 

I used 6 butteries punched from aqua glitter paper (leftovers from another project) and lined them up along the edge of the card. I trimmer about 1/4" from the edge and added matching cardstock to the inside edge of the card.

I finished with light blue sentiment sticker. That's it! Can not be any simpler than that,

These cards will look lovely in a set made in several colors.

You can find more clean and simple projects on Scrappy Hands blog. Get inspired by the DT girls and share your own clean and simple project with us.

Thank you for stopping by today! I wish you a wonderful (and crafty) week!