16 sep. 2014

City Crafter #229

Hello!

I am super excited and still on cloud nine.....today I am joining the incredible talented ladies from the City Crafter Challenge Blog as a Design Team member!!!! I could hardly believe my eyes when I got the mail from Kirsty. I feel privileged and honored and hope that we can be a source of inspiration for you. And join us in our challenges.

This week Kirsty is our host. And asks us to join in the trend of Diagonals. And use them on your card or project. 
This is the photo inspiration:




Our Guest Designer this week is the talented Carol of Just me.. Just hop over to her blog and see more of her beautiful creations! 


Diagonals became my focal point to say "hi" :)




A card in bright colors;




The winner will receive this fab chipboard alphabet from Maya Road sponsored by Kirsty




Please hop over to our Blog for more inspiration of our Guest Designer and the team. I hope you will join us this week!
Thank you for your visit and have a great day!

Stella


Supplies:
Bazzil Cardshoppe cardstock Marshmallow 
Echo Park "Splendid Sunshine"
Pink cardstock from my stash
Dies:
MFT fishtail and happy hellos dies
Embellishments:
Sequins from my stash
The wooden arrow was a gift
Enamel dot from Doodlebug Design
Other:
Glue
Foam dots








14 sep. 2014

City Crafter Challenge # 228

Hello! 

How are you?  This afternoon I had to go to my craftroom and make a few cards :) This one is made for the current challenge at the City Crafter. We're supposed to use at least one Butterfly on our project or card.

I used only one and made it the center of my card:




I really enjoy making cards in a fresh, bright and CAS style lately. And sometimes adding a few bits and pieces. But this one is quite CAS:




Enjoy your weekend!
Stella


Supplies:
Paper:
Bazzil Cardshoppe Marshmallow
Echo Park "Splendid Sunshine"
Sentiment:
SU Fabulous Phrases:
Ink:
SU Lost Lagoon
Die:
Provocraft butterfly die
Other:
MME enamel dots
Wooden star from Xenos
Glue
Foam dots

11 sep. 2014

Lift challenge #71

Hello!

How are you?
I am still enjoying my vacation.... 
We spent our vacation at home and my to do list is finished. 
Which feels great:)
 I am happy, relaxed and I have a lot of ideas for cards.
So I had to play along in the current challenge at the Lift Challenge
We're supposed to lift this card:




I made a card a gave it a bit of a twist. And used stars instead of squares:



I added some enamel dots and sequins but did not place them on the edges of my star frames. My card turned out a bit different:




Hope you are all well and enjoying your evening/day
Stella

Supplies:
Paper:
SU Soft Sky
Bazill Cardshoppe Marshmallow and Blueberry Sour(Bij Oma Dee)
Sentiment:
SU Endless Wishes
Ink:
SU Night of Navy
Dies:
Spellbinders star dies
Other:
Enamel dots and sequins from Bij Oma Dee
SU stampin'dimensionals
Glue


2 sep. 2014

I can see clearly

Hello!

I am happy and honored to be this weeks' GD at the City Crafter Challenge. Theme of this week is: "I can see clearly"






Use acetate, vellum, glossy accents, translucent embossing paste, clear plastic, etc! Make sure we can see your clear element on the card or project.

I choose white, grey and yellow. And some vellum. This is my take on the theme:






And...I am offering a prize for this challenge:)
The prize is a mini kit for Christmas cards. The patterned paper is suitable for (example) scandinavian cards, a shabby touch or as a start for a mixed media project. The content of this kit:

16 sheets of double sided paper 15x15 cm
6 sheets of silver cardstock 15x17 cm
8 white cards & envelopes
4 christmas tags
twine 
grey ribbon with white hearts
silver yarn
silver clothespins
brads
sequins (large and small ones)
silver bells



I hope you can play along!
Till soon!

Stella



1 sep. 2014

Happy

Hello!

How are you?
 We are enjoying our vacation at home :). 
After a lot of work in the front yard our gardening project is continued in our back yard. 
And now it's good to sit down after a day of digging, weeding and rearranging plants. 
I guess we did about 30% of the backyard. There is enough work again tomorrow:)

Time to share a card!
I made a birthday card and it's already delivered. A masculine card in soft colors.
 I chose a soft shade of green instead of white for a card base.
And added a bit of blue, grey, wood and some bling.
I kept the negative die cuts in my sentiment:




Here is my card:




I'll be back tomorrow with a little something you can win:)
Hope you are all well and enjoying your day,
Stella


Supplies
Paper:
SU whisper white
Green cardstock from my stash
Bazill Cardshoppe Icey Blue
Stamps:
SU- arrows
PTI-sentiment
Dies:
PTI-happy die
Paper Smooches- star dies
Ink:
Memento Tuxedo Black
Other:
Washi tape from MT
Sequins
Wooden stars
Foam dots
Glue pen





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