01 Feb

Sparkle, sparkle

*if you're looking for my 'you can create it' post, scroll down to my other post for today*

Another card inspired by Online Card Classes! This time I tried the technique from Kristina Werner to create a 3D embossing effect. I didn't have any clear background stamps so I used a rubber stamp from Hero Arts. I was thinking that it wouldn't be so bad if it was completely offset with this one and I used sparkling embossing powder so that the effect wouldn't be too dramatic if it would be. I couldn't see what I stamped because it isn't clear but it worked out pretty well. I stamped it almost directly on top of my first stamped layer (the blue one), if I wanted it too be this close to each other it probably wouldn't have happened haha.

I used some sparkling clear embossing from Wow and I can tell you that it's waaaay more pretty in real life than in the pictures. It's so beautiful :). It looks a bit hard in the pictures but when you see the card in real life it has a lovely shine, not just silver dots ;). I think you can see the effect best in the last picture.

I used some butterflies from white cardstock and vellum that I cut out earlier with my Silhouette for a mixed media project. I made just a whole A4 sheet full with butterflies and I love to use them on my cards every now and then :). I added some rhinestones to cover the glue beneath the vellum and to add a little bit more sparkle.

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01 Feb

You can create it - january

Another type of challenge today :). This month I entered the 'You can create it' challenge from Caro en Inge. You get a little package of supplies for the month and you won't know what you'll get. So it was a big surprise when my package arrived. This month I received a white card, red cardstock, doublesided patterned paper, pushpins (forgot to use them on these cards...), red ribbon and a doily. I never used doilies so I had to find some inspiration on Pinterest. But there's a lot you can do with them. I made two cards with the supplies I got (and a little video for them. Narrated in Dutch but it's quite simple when you see it I think).

Let's start with the first card. I used the white card as a base and adhered parts of the two papers. I used one half of the doily and the red ribbon. I added the butterfly and sequins. More details on the process of the card can be found in the video.


you can create it JAN01 Lucilight

you can create it JAN01 Lucilight

you can create it JAN01 Lucilight

For the second card I used the scrap materials I had left over from the package. This time I used a card of my own as a base. And I added the butterfly, buttons, sequins and this time the ribbons is from me too. And of course I stamped the message. For this card I have another video to share :). 


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you can create it JAN02 Lucilight

you can create it JAN02 Lucilight

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31 Jan

Birthday wishes

Another quick share of a card with you today. As you know I'm trying some new techniques from Online Card Classes and this is another one. I tried to let my (white) background stamp show through my other stamping. It's pretty hard to see in the picture but it created a soft patterned effect. I tried to make a couple of pictures for you to make it visible.

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31 Jan

You're nauti-cool

Another card with a new technique from Online Card Classes (clean and simple 4)! It was a good practice for my gradients ;). I used a scalloped border die from Pretty Pink Posh and stamps from Avery Elle. I smudged a little bit of ink on my paper so I neede some sequins to cover that. They're good for everything haha. And in this nautical design they look a bit like bubbles, I think. I kept the colors simple but I love how it turned out.

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29 Jan

Birthday wishes and heat embossing

My last card for the Winnie and Walter challenges this month. This one is inspired by the sketch from Joni. I heat embossed the circle with leaves from the 'a tree for all seasons' stamp set from winnie and walter. I colored it with distress inks and cut it out. I also heat embossed a little rose on patterned paper to add onto the card. I used a little bit of wink of stella on the rose to make it sparkle a bit more. The sentiment I added is from 'a tree for all seasons' too. To finish it I added a couple of sequins from Neat and Tangled. 

I made a little tutorial video for this card:

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