Thursday, May 31, 2012
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Can you tell I am loving the distress inks from Tim Holtz? They are so fun and easy to play with and create beautiful backgrounds. This little stamp is from Prima stamps, 7 pieces for under $3 over at SGD. I don't know who made the sentiment, punch from Martha Stewart and some embossing folders. And let's not forget the twine. I followed a sketch I found online, www.worldofcrafters.org/
You should check it out too! Thanks for stopping by, Anja
Sunday, May 27, 2012
Maybe that is the way to go, if you think it works, make more than one? Thanks for stopping by and have a great day, Anja
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Friday, May 25, 2012
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Sunday, May 20, 2012
While I was working and thinking about my cards for Craft a Scene this month ( the challenge is Spring flowers) I browsed and played and tried and in the end I had 2 card with Stampscapes and flowersoft, well, my DH said that wasn't good enough, they were too much alike, LOL. He even helped me and I listened....so I started to try and then came up with this, I had a "real"card, from the store and it looked somewhat like this...so no stamping at all, but a scene I made, with flowers from punch a bunch, Martha Stewart butterfly, clouds from a MFT die, the rest is free handed .
So let me know what you think and please be honest, it is different for sure. Come and play with us and check out the work of the other design team members HERE.
Thanks for stopping by, Anja
Saturday, May 19, 2012
I have seen this technique done on several blogs and I have wanted to try it myself....it is so simple! Mask off an area, use some Tim Holtz distress inks, stamp, remove the mask and add a sentiment and a bird in those cards. Sentiments from Hero arts, tree branch is from Inkadinkadoo, bird is a Mc Gill punch, some score lines were added because I just had to add something, lol! I making a couple more and then I can give it away as a set, that's my plan, let's hope I get to finish it. Thanks for stopping by, Anja
Friday, May 18, 2012
Monday, May 14, 2012
Friday, May 11, 2012
Sunday, May 6, 2012
Good morning! Here is my card for Craft a Scene challenge May, the challenge is springflowers! I love flowers and you can do so many different things with them! The purple flower is from Wild Orchids, I make my own flowers most of the time but I got some of my friend and this one was the perfect colour. Come and join us, you have a whole month and can submit up to 3 cards.
For my card I have used: 292 Cloud bits stamped in light blue, 291 D Stampscapes Little church and 2901 B maple trio in Versafine black, for the grass in the front I have used 191 A and 251 C sedge filler. I have coloured with Prismacolour pencils, the flowers and blossoms are done with Flowersoft, peony pink and lavender. Embossing folder from Crafts too, petals. Nestabilities Beaded oval and some cream Viva pearl.
Hope you are able to join us, take care and thanks for stopping by, Anja
Friday, May 4, 2012
Thursday, May 3, 2012
I had 2 classed recently at SGD and it was so much fun, thank you to all the ladies who came out! There is always some pieces and stuff left so I sat down and created a card, Ican't seem to throw anything out. The rose die is from MFT, didn't have that one so I had to try it, it works great! Sentiment from Just Rite. The little flowers are from the medium hydra cluster punch from punch a bunch. Have a great day and thanks for looking, Anja
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
I will be there, hope to see you too!! Take care, Anja