Flowers Galore

Hello friends,

I hope you are all doing well. Today’s post is about the new challenge at Double D Mood Board (2)Challenges with the theme “Flowers Galore”. You can create a card or project inspired by the photo and we want to see lots of flowers! For more information about the challenge and the lovely prize visit the Double D Challenge blog. Looking forward to see your card!

I was inspired by the fence, wood and lovely flowers in the mood board. I decided on wood grain designer paper and a layered iron gate die cut as basis for my flowers. The flower arrangement is made with Prima flowers and cherry blossoms in various colors. Some leafy sprigs, paper cord and glitter are the final touches to the arrangement. I finished off with a die cut sentiment, gemstones and a little swallow.

I entered my card in the following challenges:

Flowers

The flowers

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The sentiment

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A little bird for fun

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Another bird on the verso

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A peep at the inside

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Project details:

Cream and green card-stock — Docrafts Papermania Wood grain designer paper — Spellbinders Shapeablities die D-Lites “Gilded Gate 2” (S3-202) — Poppystamps doe “Leafy Sprigs” (No. 1001) — Penny Black Creative die “For You” (51-105) — Cricut Cuttlebug die “Up in the Sky” (2002798) – Gemstones — Paper cord –Tim Holtz distress inks “Mowed Lawn” ; Tea Dye” and “Victorian Velvet” — Stickles

 I hope you enjoy today´s card. If you do, please share your thoughts in the comments. I love to read them! Enjoy a wonderful day and have fun creating beautiful things.

Regards,

Amelia

Butterfly Ribbon

Hello friends,

A clean and simple card to share today. My card features a die cut from Poppystamps “Bellina Butterfly Ribbon”. The flow of the ribbon and the butterfly are so beautiful that there is no need for much embellishments. I used my watercolor paint to highlight the butterfly and  added dimension to the card by lifting the panel off the card base with mirror tape. I finished off with a few gemstones and a stamped sentiment.

I entered my card in the following challenges:

A close-up of the butterfly ribbon and sentiment

Project details

White card-stock — Poppystamps die “Bellina Butterfly Ribbon” (No.1531) — JustRite All Occasion Nested Sentiments — Gemstones — Prme Art watercolor paint

Thank you for visiting today! I hope you like this CAS creation. If you do, please leave a comment – I love reading them. Have a great day and happy crafting.

Regards,

Amelia

Hearts and Stars

Hello friends,

A new challenge starts today at Double D Challenges. Team Diane is hosting this challenge with the theme “Red/White/Blue AND/OR Stars & Stripes”. Just look at the lovely mood board – it will surely help you to get started. The team have created beautiful cards to inspire you – a visit to the Double D Challenge blog will be worthwhile.

I decided to play with hearts in different shapes and sizes as the focal point of my card. As the card is for a teenage girl I choose background papers that create the idea of a denim look. I layered the hearts on the blue striped background paper and added little red stars for a cheerful look. I finished off with a paper lace border, red roses, glitter and bows. The sentiment die is from Spellbinders. This was a really quick and easy card to make and I hope the (teenager!) recipient will love it.

I entered my card in the following challenges:

Hearts with red inlays

More hearts and stars

The flowers and bow

The sentiment

A peep at the inside

Project details

White, red and blue card-stock — Designer paper  — Spellbinders Nestabilities “Classic Hearts” — Spellbinders Shapeabilities “Phrase Set One”  (S4-563) —  Crealies Decorette Die “Interlocking Hearts” (CLDR 14) — Paper Lace — Roses — Stars — Wax cord — Hug Snug seam binding — Tim Holtz distress ink “Faded Jeans”

Thanks for stopping by! If you enjoy today’s card and want to see more, please visit again.  Take care and have a wonderful day.

Regards,

Amelia

Silhouettes

Hello friends,

Today I am sharing a shabby card, inspired by the new challenge at Double D Challenges. The theme is “Silhouettes” and with such a lovely mood board from Team Darlene I decided to play along. For more information about the challenge and the lovely prize visit the Double D Challenge blog. Looking forward to see your card!

I was inspired by the colors and children in the picture. I wanted to create something different and choose to make a shabby style card by added flowers in the colors of the sky pictured in the top left tile on the mood board. The adorable vintage image  is from Flonz Craft. I layered the silhouette image on a black background to let the flowers pop. I finished off with pieces of lace and some pink sequins. The sentiment is a Crealies text die. This card was so quick and easy to make and I love the outcome!

I entered my card in the following challenges:

A close-up of the image

The flowers

A peep at the inside

Project details

White and black cardstock — Flonz Craft clear stamp “Children Swinging”– Crealies Text die (CLTD 09) — Creative Expressions Craft die “Swirly Leaf Trio” (CED1468) — Prima Flowers — Lace — Sequins — Hug Snug seam binding — Tim Holtz Distress Inks “Worn Lipstick” and “Spun Sugar”

I hope you like today’s creation. If you do, please leave a comment – I love reading them. Have a great day and happy crafting.

Regards,

Amelia

On The Bright Side

Hello friends,

A new challenge starts today at Double D Challenges. Team Diane is hosting this challenge with the happy theme of “Neons / Brights”. Just look at the cheerful mood board – it will surely help you to get started. The team have created a bunch of bright cards to inspire you – a visit to the Double D Challenge blog will be worthwhile. We have also a fun prize to give away to one lucky player which will be chosen by Random.org.

My card is a little bit different from what you usually see on my blog. Yes, I tried again to make a clean and simple card. It was not easy for me but I managed to put something together that in a way matches the mood board! I swiped five different distress inks on white card-stock, cut the hearts with a Memory Box die and then layered the colored hearts on a white panel. Some of the hearts as well as the top panel were lifted with mirror tape from the base card for dimension. I added tiny gemstones for sparkle and a red bow (because my card needs a bit of shabbiness!). I finished off with a die-cut sentiment.

I entered my card in the following challenges:

The sentiment in bright red

The colorful waterfall of hearts

A peep at the inside

Project details.

Red and white card-stock — Memory Box die “Heart waterfall” (No. 99079) — Crealies Text Dies (CLTD 106) — Tim Holtz distress inks (Peacock feathers, Candied apple, Mustard seed, Mowed lawn, Spiced marmalade) — Tiny gemstones — Hug Snug seam binding for bow.

Thank you for visiting today! I hope you like this CAS creation. If you do, please leave a comment – I love reading them. Have a great day and happy crafting.

Regards,

Amelia

Things That Fly

Hello friends,

I hope you are all doing well. Today’s post is about the new challenge at Double D Challenges with the theme “Things that fly”. I am joining Team Darlene for this fun challenge. For more information about the challenge and the lovely prize visit the Double D Challenge blog. Looking forward to see your card!

I was inspired by the colors, lovely kite and white clouds in the photo. I used two layers of  colorful background paper to create a cheerful feeling to the card. I added the kite and embellished it with little roses and a gemstone. To give the feeling of movement some puffy clouds were added. I finished off with a bright red bow, more blue gemstones, a yellow button heart and a bold sentiment. For the list of dies used, please scroll down to the bottom of my photos. Hope you like my take on the challenge.

Challenges I entered:

A close-up of the kite and puffy clouds

The sentiment and bow

A peep at the inside

Project details

Blue, white and red card-stock  – Designer paper – Lawn Fawn Craft die “Stitched Kite”(#LF1204) – Memory Box Craft die “Puffy Clouds” (No. 98172) – Impression Obsession die “Best Wishes” (DIE386-F) – Martha Stewart punch “Hearts” – Polka dot washi tape – Mini paper roses — Blue gemstones – Hug Snug seam binding for bow “Lipstick Red” – Heart button – Tim Holtz distress inks “Tea Dye” and “Faded Jeans”

That’s it from me today! I hope you like today’s creation. If you do, please leave a comment – I love reading them. Have a great day and happy crafting.

Regards,

Amelia

Think Spring

Hello blog friends,

We are celebrating Spring at Double D Challenges and I hope you can join us this week with your flower creations. With such a lovely ca-dd-spr1-tileinspiration photo you can just let the creative juices flow. For more information about the challenge and the lovely prize visit the Double D Challenge blog and start creating – we would love to see your card this fortnight.

I was inspired by the wood-grain chair, the flowers, green, pink and yellow colors and the birds. I used a Spellbinders M-Bossabilities folder “Bark” for the background.This was distressed with white acrylic paint for a shabby look. After layering an oval wreath on the background I added lots of flowers and bows. The final touches are a stamped die cut bird, pink hearts and a sentiment. I also made an envelobox  and embellished it to match my card. All the supplies are listed below. Hope you like my take on the inspiration picture.

I entered my card in the following challenges:

springflowers

The bird

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The flowers and close-up of the stamping and embossing

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More flowers…

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The sentiment

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A peep at the inside

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The matching envelobox

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Project details

White, green and kraft card-stock ; Spellbinders M-Bossabilities embossing folder “Bricks and Bark” (EL-015) ; Tattered Lace die “Starlight Oval” (D610) ; Memory Box die “Forest Bird” (No. 98340) ; Spellbinders Shapeabilities sentiment die “Phrase Set One” (S4-563) ; Hug Snug seam binding “Antique Gold” ; White acrylic paint for distressing ; White wax cord ; Hearts ; Tim Holtz distress inks ‘Peeled Paint” , “Victorian Velvet”, “Tattered Rose”, “Tea Dye” ; Flowers  (I am Roses products used: S10-2 (Small Pale Pink Paper Flowers), S15-00 (Small Mixed Pink Paper Flowers ), S10-401 (Small Yellow Paper Flowers) and Prima roses)

Thanks for stopping by. I love reading your thoughts in the comments. Have a wonderful day!

Kind regards,

Amelia

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