My first valentine's card for 2013 is done! :D I just received a sewing machine last Christmas, and I can't wait to try it out. I'm not a sewing guru, seriously. I need to look at the manual on how to start sewing. Did a pretty simple sewing and I'm glad that it turn out fine. Haha.. I was so worried that it's gonna ruin my entire card. =x

So here's it!
Close-up on the sewn part and the 3 die-cut hearts stamped and heat embossed.
Finished the card with a continuation of the sentiment inside it.

"Through life's ups & downs... i'm here."
This card is 4" by 6" and I'm linking it to CFC86: Long and Short.
Thanks for dropping by! :)
Hello! I'm back with some Christmas cards! It's that season again - Shopping for Christmas gifts, eating lots and lots and making many cards!! :D

Anyway, here's what I've done so far for my friends - local and overseas!
I'm linking my Green Snowman, Snowy Owl and Friends Series with CAS-ual Fridays CFC81: Knotty or Nice Challenge!
I'm also linking my Friends series with CASE Study Challenge #120!
I was being inspired by the layout of this card for my Friends Series cards! A flowery background, which i swapped it for my snowflakes; Two companion birds is the focus and a ribbon knot below it.

Here's some images up close:
Hehe. It's such a joyous season! Although I do not have a white wintery Christmas here in my country, but I have a pink office now, with shiny, glittery Christmas decorations! =p

Alright, thanks for dropping by! Till the next time, have a great week!
This is my first time making a wedding card, and I wanted to make it a really clean and simple one. The card that Angeline Yong made inspired me.
So here's my take!
I love lace, ribbons and pearls! And I thought these fit a wedding card perfectly! So feminine, so elegant (:
Entering this into Case Study Challenge #116! Thanks for dropping by!
I totally love this card! It has all my favorite elements - flowers, coordinating pastel colors, ribbons and pearls! Gosh, I feel like keeping this card for myself. Haha..

So for the floral and the colors, I'm linking this with Case Study Challenge #115. Thanks for dropping by! I hope you like it too (:
Oh yeah... I'm finally back after sooooo long! It's been a busy period, hectic and stressful. But I'm so glad I have some time this long weekend to make some cards! :D

Birthday card for a guy - a funky one. Somehow I seem to fall in love with moustaches recently! I think it's just cute! I see people using it on cards, on nails, on shirts and so on. I'm finally using it on my card too!
I used VersaMark ink to stamp the little moustache all over the card, then I heat embossed the middle one with dark grey embossing powder. Love heat embossing, simple yet outstanding!
I love krafts, but I seldom use them for cards. So this time round, I'm definitely linking this up with CFC76: Create a Clean And Simple project using Kraft.
Thanks for dropping by! :D Have a great weekend!
For the time being, this will be my last thank you card! Haha.. I will get busy with work again soon, and I can foresee I won't have much time for card making. :( But anyway, I'm back to my colorful and banner card style! Heh. Totally loving washi tapes right now. I keep getting them for my collection! They are just so pretty!!
I stamped Thank you... on a ribbon, cut into a shape of a banner (: Stuck those 2 baby blue pearls and *tada* I'm done! Simple, cheerful and loving it to max! It makes me smile with all those rainbow colors looking at me. Heh.
I'm totally linking this to Cas-ual Fridays' CFC67: Banners and Flags!
Hope you like it too! And thanks again for dropping by! :D
Second card done for Teacher's Day this year! (: Without further ado, *ta da*
I used the color given by CR84FN60 Color Challenge - Grape, Blue and Green! Yummy color combination!
I am also linking this to Cas-ual Fridays - CFC65: Square Cards Challenge (:
Alright, have a great weekend everyone! Thanks for dropping by~
Felt so happy after making two cards today! Hee. And I'm finally back to entering some challenges. These challenges always give me new inspirations for my cards, just love playing along!

So here's the first card that I've made today, which I'm entering it for Lawnscaping Challenge #37,
CR84FN Color Challenge - CR84FN58,
and also to Moxie Fab World: Stamp It! Cards Week: The Love Card Challenge!

I die cut the buildings, stamped the words and colored the background using yellow ink and make-up sponges.
Moving on to my second card! Made this for CFC60, I really like the card inspirations by the guest designer and the design team!
And also for Moxie Fab World: Stamp It! Cards Week: The Birthday Card Challenge! Gosh, they have lots of beautiful cards there!

So here's my take:
I just love how the negative of the die cut butterfly turned out here, accompanied by my favorite embellishments! :D
Alright, that's all I have today! Happy weekend folks!
This is my first entry to challenges at A Blog Named Hero!! It's only their second challenge and I'm so excited! There are so many beautiful cards on it and totally inspired me to make one of my own too!
So here's my take on this challenge!
My window to the world at sunset. Yeah, I love sunsets! Beautiful and peaceful. It's just so magical!

And yes! Butterflies are a must!
Not forgetting ribbons and buttons (my favorite two embellishments) and a nice sentiment to go along!
Alright! That's all I have today for you (: Leave me some loves before you press the X button at the top right hand corner! =P
Made a card using 2 opposite colors on the color wheel, a challenge by CAS-ual Friday!
I'm using Orange and Blue for my card! So here's my take on it.
I love orange buttons!!
And the sentiment reads - Enjoy your day, stamped and embossed in black.
I decorated the inside of the card too!
Alright, do leave me some loves! Thanks for dropping by (: