So here it is:
I promised to upload the Mother's Day card which I did the other day! Hee. To me, mother's day has everything to do with flowers and girly stuff. I mean Moms are girls too! =P
So here it is:
A quick update on this little business of mine (: I am so grateful and thankful for all the support you guys have given me for the past months! I love receiving orders and making the cards customized for each and every of my recipients. And I so love the lovely feedback that you guys gave me!! :D
The second and third batch of cards which I've done for my card orders.
So, if you would like to customize your cards, do email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or just simply leave me a comment and I will get right back to you!
Once again, THANK YOU! Have an awesome week ahead!
Hello! How's your weekend so far? Mine was great! I had time to stay home and rest, and did two cards for some challenges this week.
So let's see my first card:
I was inspired by the colors of the photo from Moxie Fab World: Tuesday Trigger - Simple Elegance, the sketch layout from Mojo Monday and the Mother's Day theme from Make My Monday.
And here's my second card:
I did a couple birthday cards for my aunt and uncle! The designs are similar, just with different colors.
This is for my uncle. It's a belated birthday card, with a sentiment saying "good things are worth the wait". Haha! I thought I didn't want to put a traditional Happy Belated Birthday, and hence chosen a cuter way of saying my card was late. =P
And this is for my aunt! Her birthday is here soon, and it's definitely time to celebrate!
Yay! That's all folks. Check back for more updates!
I'm so excited over the new card that I've made! Are you are you?? =P
Let me show you some pictures!
And the inside!!
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!