Friday, January 19, 2018

Old Movie Wall Hanging

Hello paper crafters! It's time for a masculine project - these are always puzzling for me so I'm always happy when I finally manage to create one.

This time I have made a wall hanging by placing 3 banners one above another (instead of attaching them to a string in a row as usual). The same idea can be adapted for cards - just stick each banner onto a card base and you'll have three masculine cards!

I have used some new products for me - they are the dies by Fuzzy Lemon as well as steel rule dies by Spellbinders. They turned out to be a lot of fun to play with!

As always - find a video tutorial and a supply list below the close up photos:






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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

To Infinity and Beyond

Happy New Year to everyone!

For today's greeting card I have decided to create my own Galaxy background but instead of using inks or paints I am using some black and white glitter.

I bet you have also noticed a wonderful and unique Little Dipper with Star dies by Magnolia and an embossed acetate window. Don't forget to look inside the card as well!

Watch the video tutorial for the step by step guide!






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Thursday, December 28, 2017

MY BULLET JOURNAL 2018 - Front Page + Week 1 Spread

Hello and Happy New Year 2018!!!

Today I would like to show you my new Bullet Journal. If you are not familiar with this system you can watch this video from the BuJo creator: https://goo.gl/6mjbeS

The difference between classical BuJo and mine is that I am also going to create some weekly spreads - just like in a regular weekly planner. I need those to plan my blog posts and events. 

The normal bullet journaling will start after the weekly spreads in my notebook.

Today I am demonstrating a front page and the first weekly spread this year (that is the next year)! 

Please scroll down for the photos and a VIDEO tutorial:






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Thursday, December 21, 2017

25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS 2017 - DAY 25 - Snowflake Dancer

My dear crafty friends, it is the last day of my 25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS paper crafting tutorials!

 This time I have created a winter themed shaker card with the background made of real mirror tiles. Those are meant for the home decoration but I think they are also perfect for cardmaking and add sparkle and shine like no other thing does!

I am saying goodbye for now but of course I will be back very soon with lots of new ideas, projects and fun stuff to demonstrate!

Have wonderful Holidays filled with lots of love and magic!






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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS 2017 - DAY 24 - Angel Ornament

Hello crafty friends! Today I am presenting the last but one project of my 
25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS 2017 series.

This time I have made a hanging ornament. It is quite quick and easy - you just have to connect various die cuts with large jump rings. 

Watch the video below for the full explanation of the process.

I also have to say that unfortunately the angel die I have used for this project has just been sold out and is no longer available. But I am linking you up to the similar one by the same producer. For that one I would use gold for her pipe and the strip on her dress and add the artificial snow to her wings.





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Monday, December 18, 2017

25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS 2017 - DAY 23 - Sweet Holidays

Today I am presenting a project #23 of the 25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS series.

This set of Holiday treat bags is really easy to make - the bag template is created with the die and the technique for decorating is super simple - you just stick the die cuts to the front of the bag!

For more detailed info watch the step by step video tutorial below:







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Friday, December 15, 2017

25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS 2017 - DAY 22 - Warm Christmas Wishes

Thank you for following my 25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS paper crafting tutorial series!

Today's project is a coffee themed card that I have created for my favorite cardmaking event: 
Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop 2017

http://coffeelovingcardmakers.com/2017/12/2017-winter-coffee-lovers-blog-hop-2/
Please find the pictures and a video tutorial below and I do encourage you to visit the hop and see all the amazing works!






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