Happy Easter

Hi there! Hopefully there is a beautiful Spring all around.
Let me then invite you to join Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge

This week is all about EASTER / SPRING

And the base of all our projects is this moodboard:

Just remember you could be a winner of $50 voucher 
and spend it over Simon Says Stamp Store

My project is all cute and colorful. 
I got inspired by the colors of the eggs and this cute bunny picture!

I made my background by stamping the SSS Grid Background stamp 
and embossing it with SSS White Embossing Powder FIne Details. 
Then I made two parts of colors, pinks on the top and turquoise at the bottom.
I added Nuvo Mother of Pearl Mousse to give a golden shine.

To install my flowers I made small pins in bottom part of the card.
I colored the flowers in blue, added a white stamen to each flower 
and put the remain twine in each pinhole. Adhered with double sided tape.
This way my flowers are very 3D and moving a bit. 

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Best Days

Hi there! 
Here we come with the BEST DAYS release by Simon Says Stamp!
Be sure to check the FB live and see how cute is the whole collection.

I made a bunny card using the Bunny stamp and making a background
with a lot of bunnies stamped with embossing ink and applying
Simon Says Stamp White Fine Detail Embosing Powder.

Have a sweet day!


Whatever The Weather

Good morning everyone.
Are you ready to join Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge?


This week we showcasing the products of TIM HOLTZ which 
I am sure all of you have in your craft rooms ready to use!

As always there is a $50 voucher waiting for a random winner
who will spend it over Simon Says Stamp Store.

My card is a proof I miss the spring time so much.
I decided to make it vibrant and colorful and glossy.

I started with coloring my background using Distress Oxides Inks.
I made several layers of colors heating them between layers.
Then I applied the amazing Glossy Texture Paste through the Leafy stencil.
The effect is so cute and the glossy details are fantastic.

I colored the tiny houses with Distress Oxide Inks and covered them 
with Martha Stewart Metallique paints, glued with 3D dots.
My Umbrella Man was covered with gesso making a texture.
I colored it with Black Soot Distress Oxide Ink, then gave other shades 
with Paper Artsy In the Navy Infusion and finally touched 
with Prima Wax Mystic Turquoise.

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