Sunday, March 17, 2019

Color Throwdown 534

A quick card tonight for

The color challenge on the

For the background I sprayed the card with 
distress oxide spray Mermaid Lagoon.
The fish is a rubberstamp by Michael Strong.
He is stamped in Wild Honey distress oxide ink
and a sticky gemstone for his eye.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!

Happy St. Patrick's Day

As we do not celebrate this in The Netherlands, I share with
you what I made two years ago with my grandson.
All details and more are here:

For those who celebrate,
I hape you have a wonderful day.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!

Friday, March 15, 2019

New stamp by Michael Strong

In the coming days I want to share with you
some of the new stamps that my friend
Michael Strong has in is shop.
This is the first set:
And i used it for this sketch:
I started by stamping the circle stamp on dark green
paper and embossed it with gold embossing powder.
The are cut out with a circle die and a circle punch for the inside.

Next the background: sprayed with peeled paint
and tarnished brass distress mica spray.

When all was dry I used an embossing folder
and some peeled paint distress oxide ink on the
raised parts.

Inside the top circle a golden punched out clover
for St. Patricks Day and a sentiment by Hero Arts.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Simon Says: Feminine/Girly

Here is my journal page for the challenge on the
The challenge is Feminine/Girly.

Here is how I made the page:
I started this page with 2 Tim Holtz stencils.

I used thick gesso and a credit card on the
scribbels stencil.

Next I sprayed some distress oxide ink on top of
the gesso in the color picked raspberry.

On top of the roses I added red distress crayon.

Now it is time for the hearts and red and pink
oxide distress ink.

I added walnut stain oxide distress ink and 
musical washi tape.

I printed some vintage papers and a sentiment from
and colored this image with aquarel paint.

A little stamping with the butterflies from the
Papillon set by Tim Holtz and the page is finished.

Hope you like the end result.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Dino's and sketch challenge

When isaw thes dino thinlits by Tim Holtz.
I just had to have them. With 3 little boys, I was sure
that I was going to use these quite a lot.
So here the first playdate:
Today Colin wanted to make a dinosaur,
so i got out my new dies. We also got out
some papers and glue and went to work.
After a cople of dinosaurs were cut,
they need to be glued to the paper.
We also cut some leaves for the dino's to eat.
And when Colin noticed my stamps, he wanted
to stamp too.
I had to play too of course and had a sketch
in my had to use.

It was the sketch from the

Here the inside of the card.

I used Tim's dino thinlit, design papers from Stampin'Up!
and a dino stampset called No Bone About it also from

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!

Monday, March 11, 2019

Club Scrap March Sketch

Still trying to clean my craft room, but:

This time I found some left over papers
from Club Scrap's Daffodil's kit.
I thought it was perfect for the March sketch
on the Club Scrap Chat Facebook group.

This is the sketch and I had fun making two cards
and used the Daffodil rubber stamps as well.
Here is card #1 .
The splatter strips came with the kit.
It is hard to see, but the brown strip
has been embossed with a basket embossing folder.

The stamp is colored with aquarel paint.
The sticky pearls are from my stash.

For card #2 I created a same background
but used another stamp.
I stamped the image with green ink
and colored it with aquarel paint.

The orange splatter are a stamp from the
Daffodil kit, but the sentiment is from the Club Scrap
Shibori kit. Here I used some sticky
gemstones from my stash.
Here are the daffodils in my garden.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Coffee Gift Card

I just got a new block of design papers,
all kinds of purple designs, so perfect for
the next challenge.

The color challenge over at the
And when I saw the sketch on the 
I had an idea for my card.

I have this pocket die in my stash and
i cut out the pocket and from one design
and the rectangle from another piece.

With the Tim Holtz coffee die I made this cup
with grey paper and some left over design paper.

For the background I used the Tim Holtz
coffee cup embossing folder with kraft paper
and some purple distress ink.

Some stamping with Altenew's coffee ring stamp.

Here you see the finished card.
Inside the pocket there is a coffee gift card
and the cup. On the back of the cup you can
write a personal wish.

The purple crinkle ribbon in the background
is by  DL.ART.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!