Sunday, October 14, 2018

Graciellie Design for Sunday Sip Sketch


As all the images of 
that I have are digital, I created a
card in photoshop.
The sketch Sunday Sip and Share 
was perfect to use.
Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!

Graciellie Design Winner

This was the sign of 
on World Card Making Day
on the Facebook Coofee Loving papercrafters
and she offered a prize of $ 50,- of stamps
in her shop and you only had to leave a comment.
Guess what....!
I was the winner!!
So I picked some wonderful digital stamps
that are delivered without postage to my computer.
Today I made my first card:
The cup and tag are from the set
Stay Cozy (that I had my eye on
for some time already).

For the background I used this Tim Holtz stencil
and some oxide ink colors and nuvo glitter paste.

I also used the glimmer paste on the heart of the cup.

The cup and tag are colored with pencil
and cut out with scissors (still on the lookout
for one of those cutting machines...any tips?)

With digital stamps it is easy to adapt
sentiments and fit them in places you want
them to fit, like here the tag.

A ribbon and some paper flowers from my stash
complete the card.

In the background you see some glimmer 
of the Nuvo paste.


Thanks again Graciellie for picking
me. I will have so much fun with all
your images, especially the lovely coffee
ones you have!

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!


Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month,
 a worldwide annual campaign involving thousands of organisations, 
to highlight the importance of breast awareness, 
education and research.

I share with you this card I made for a friend
with the coffee sleeve gift.

For the card I used all materials by Stampin'Up!
The coffee thinlits, the paper and the sentiment
from the set Ribbon Courage.
The ribbon on the coffee sleeve is a punch
and the ribbon is from my stash.

The background is made with this die from the set.
After cutting out all these cups, the hot pink comes 
trough quite well.

Here you see the sleeve of the coffee up.
The free pattern for the pink ribbon I found here:

For the sleeve I took out some left overs in my basket
and made up the pattern myself. Just started a chain of 
stiches measuring the cup and freely added the colors.


With a button the sleeve is kept around the cup.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!

Don't forget your check-up!


Sunday, October 7, 2018

Sunday: sketch day!

I have been playing with Club Scrap papers
and stamps for two sketches.

It has been some time since I made a sketch from
Freshly Made Sketches, so here is their latest:
This card is a combination of the digital
You've got mail images in the background
and rubber stamps from various other 
Club Scrap kits.
This is how I created the flower stamps.
First stamp the empty posteroid on the
white paper and next on a piece pf post-it.
Cut out the inside of the posteroid on the post-it
and cover the white stamped image. Now you can ink up
the flower and stamp this on the posteroid.

The flower stamp is from Club Scrap
March 2017 Delft rubber stamps.


The next sketch is the monthly Club Scrap sketch.
You find this in the Club Scrap Chat Facebook group.

I just couldn't resist making another coffee card.
The colors of this month kit were again perfect for it!
Papers and stamps are all Club Scrap. The coffee stamps
are from a very vintage Mocca Java kit.

Thank you very much for looking
and have a creative day!







Saturday, October 6, 2018

World Card Making Day 2018

Today especially I made time to make some cards!
Hope you did too!
For my cards today I used the Club Scrap 
and the sketch from the 

I started with printing some backgrounds
and a card I made in Photoshop.

This is the card made in Photoshop.
After printing you just fold and the card is ready.
The background I used to make a more hybrid card.

After cutting the background I used some washi tape
to make the borders.
Next I made some stamps with this old alphabet
I have from Club Scrap 2004 Feb TYWL.
I first stamped the letter stamps and then used 
blue and brown oxide ink with the direct to
paper technique. With a special scissor the
stamps were cut.

The sentiment in the middle is made with 
the Club Scrap Retreat alphabet 2007 and some
small letters I have in my stash.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!




Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Card and Giveaway


I made another card with the lovely Halloween Brentwood image
by JessicaLynnOriginals and while I was busy making this
card I ran out of foam tape. So on to the shop I go and see what else I found:
A great stampset and som lovely stickers.
I bought 2 sets of each because  one of each
is a giveaway. How can you make a chance of winning?
Just leave a comment to my blog or to my instagram.

I will pick a winner on Saturday  October 6.

And the winner is:
Catherine Kraft said...
Hetty, this is such a cute card!! Love all the details you added. 
Thank you for the chance to win cute stamps and stickers. Love the sweater set!!

Some details of the card:
papers from SU!
stamps and sentiments from Tim Holtz
coloring with zig-markers.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!


Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Club Scrap October Kit


Here you see the new Club Scrap hybrid kit.
This time the theme is: You've Got Mail.
You find the hybrid kit HERE for only $ 4,95.

I scrapt a quick page with a picture I took just a few weeks ago,
not knowing this kit was coming, but how adorable does it all come together!
This page is made in photoshop.

For more ideas it is great to visit the Club Scrap Blog,
where you find new ideas every day!

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Simchat Torah

After 7 days of Sukkot and sitting in the Succah (booth)
There is a rather happy festival to end it.
This is called Simchat Torah, when we celebrate
the conclusion - and the resart - of the annual Torah
reading cycle. It is also a fun holiday for children.
There is dancing and singing with the Torah
and all the children get lots of candy ( meaning
that learning from the Torah is as sweet as candy).

Picture of me and my mom in my brother's Succah.

I made this card with stamps from:
Zum gali gali (children and sentiment) and
Stampin'Up! (totah scroll in the back).

The background of the card starts with a few
blue distress oxide inks on my kraft sheet.
Then with one of the lighter blues the children
where stamped in the background.

When all was dry the Torah scroll was
stamped in versafine black ink.
The children were stamped on a seperate 
piece of paper in blue and embossed with
clear embossing powder. After cutting out
added with foam tape to the background.
A ribbon, a sentiment and some silver dots
finished the card.
A piece of left over strip from the background 
I used to decorate the inside.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!