I'm back with more goodies from the web! Saw this tutorial for the two-toned rose on My Favorite Things blog, and thought of sharing with you guys!

I love this kind of handmade stuff, firstly because it helps to save cost as buying those already made ones outside will cost much more than you making them yourself! Secondly,  these flowers make great embellishments for any of your cards or layout projects! And lastly, you can customize them to your favorite colors that match your current project too.

So here's the video tutorial:

What are you waiting for? Get started on your project! :D
 
 
I've got to share this with you!! Was blog hopping tonight and came across this wonderful bleach technique on ButternutSage Designs blog!

Just get some bleach and spray it on a color cardstock that you like and see a second color appearing on your cardstock! It's very simple and fast and you can get a paper with a totally different feel!

I'm gonna try it out and upload here, hopefully with a card done with it! Heh.

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Till then, happy stamping! :D
 
 
I have finished my first batch of cards for my birthday cards orders!! Really hope the recipients will like them ((:
Anyway! I saw this really cool technique at Simson Says Stamp Blog! If you are a ribbon lover (like me!), you will love this too! I got so inspired to make a card with that technique after watching that video!

Here's the video:

So here's the card that I made, and I'm entering it to Simon Says Stamp Challenge. Haha.. Just for the fun of it :D
Alright! Till the next time! Have an awesome week!
 
 
Gosh. I think I found some good stuff on the net today! Haha.. A box making tutorial! Just in time for the Valentine to put all your sweets and chocolates and mini cards! :D
Aren't they lovely?? I love it so much! So check it out now HERE!! :D
 
 
Yoohoo~ Did you see I'm grinning? Hahaha.. My new set of stamps from Lawn Fawn arrived yesterday night! I'm gonna start making some new cards with these stamps SOON. So excited! I fell in love with stamping recently and couldn't stop looking at clear stamps from all the different companies. Totally love Lawn Fawn stamps' sentiments and their accompanying cute characters.

The good thing about clear stamps are they are CLEAR! Haha.. You can always see what you are stamping and where you are stamping. In addition, you can even try to curl your stamp and make your sentiments appear the way you want them to be! They are just so versatile!
Oh, sharing this video here with you from Split Coast Stampers - the Ribbon Flower Tutorial! It's so cool! Maybe I will make a card with these flowers soon too.
Stay tune for more updates! :D