Saturday, June 25, 2011

My little cupcake

Hi ladies, today I made a little cupcake for the challenge of Shabby Tea Room Week#67 Classic Pattern.
with the photo inspiration below.

Here is the peep of the cupcake

now here is the overall...

suplies: Basic grey papers, Hero Arts stamp Wood Block (sentiment), MS Dolly punch, Spellbinder label die cut, ribbon, dolly paper, cupcake (handcut), cardstock, self handmade rose.

Thanks for reading...have a lovely weekend!

Friday, June 24, 2011

My sketch on Leonardo Dicaprio in year 19...

Just to share with you, which my potrait sketch on Leonardo Dicaprio in year 1998...I managed to save this in my diskette that cannot be used anymore. Fortunately, I managed to transfer to USB in year 2005 of 1MB. Now, we can own about as huge as portable hardisk about 500 GB. wow that was about 13 years ago.....

Ok, let's get back to this drawing...I was a fan to this actor ever since I watched 'TITANIC' and I am so touched with this movie. I guess it is a 3 hour movie....anyway, the trademark of this movie with the sentence....'Rose..I love better be strong .....' and 'YOU JUMP I JUMP'...
So romantic and it is a truly sad movie.....

Well, the hardcopy of the sketch was given to a close friend...and I dont know whether she still keeps it...

Thanks for reading with my sharing of sketch...Do come back for more...I will try to update as frequent as I can...

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Baby aqua with green with yellow

Hi Ladies, I am back again with another baby card which I really love the combo colors from Cupcake Color Challenge CR84FN32. Here is the photo inspiration

Here is the peep of my card..

Here is the overall card...

Supplies: Gingham pattern paper; cardstock, Hero Arts stamps; MS border puncher; Fiskar border puncher; Basic grey pattern paper; string twine; Copics color; Spellbinder label; Distressed ink; baby pram puncher.

Thanks for reading and staying up in my blog. Please do come back again. Have a lovely crafting day...

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Weaving style

Hi Ladies, I am so into girlie card with flowers and I made a card with weaving style...with a simple one..The challenges are The Shabby Team Room Week#66 Pink Lemonade and Week 2 of CR84FN Color challenge with pink, green and neutral.

Here is the peep of the weaving part and also the background...2 sides of weaving.. card....

And here is hardest part to cut with very little detail of the roses...and put at 3D look...

and here is the overall view of the card...

Supplies: Cardstock, Distressed Ink Tim Holtz, Hero Arts Stamp, Kaisercraft stamp (sentiment); Flowers from Webster's Page/Unity Stamp, Ribbon, Tim Holtz Sizzix embossed folder, self-handmade roses, of course glue..,3D sticker.

Thanks for staying up and read my blog. It's been a hard work for crafting that need to spend a long time to do something exotic...Do you agree?

Saturday, June 11, 2011

CPS# 221

HI Ladies, I have a sudden mojo of today as I was eyeing the CPS#221 . Well, I am rushing now with the submission of my photo without too late, I have to words this session with short.
And this is the sketch inspiration...

And here is peep with little medals with gold and silver...

Another peep of the star..with little glossy accent to outstand 3D...

And here is the whole picture....

Supplies: Background paper pattern Basic Grey; local pattern paper cut-out 'ticket'; cardstock; MS border puncher; Prima Mktg stamp; Webster's page paper cut-out 'leaves'; ribbon; Hero arts stamp (flowers and alphabet) sentiment; little 'star' and 'medals' are hand-cut out; glossy accent; glitters on the medals and star.

Thanks for reading and do come back for more.....


Monday, June 6, 2011

a TAG with flowers

Hi Ladies, I am up with a TAG today with flowers of layers. Just simple layers..
The challenge is CR84FN Color Challenge and I have always this challenge with the soft lovely colors that are very practical to play with.

So what else I can blooming....on a tag..

And this is another effect of reflection which I out some little dots of glossy accent to act as droplets of water.

supplies: Local pattern paper cut into the flowers; MS border puncher; Hero Arts stripe canvas and sentiment stamps, Postal stamp Graph 45; Basic grey paper pattern; EK success border puncher; Sizzix die-cut; glossy accent.

Thanks for following up...oo my passion for crafty moment is getting lovingly...

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Dad's day with TAG

Hi Ladies, I must be too be obsessed with Father's Day project. Another piece of the theme for a tag this time.  Playing with challenge Embelish Magazine (Text Color Trends Challenge).
Take a look at my tag. I am little bit sleepy by typing with eyes closed half way and it's 230am...

Supplies: Cuttlebug alphabet die-cut 'Typewriter'; Basic Grey paper (background); Hero Arts alphabet stamp (sentiment),(text), (patterns on the ties); Cuttlebug embossed folder; Fiskar puncher Apron lace; Glossy accent on the 'DAD' and the ties; cardstock; versaink pigment ink

Tips: I cut the shape of the ties and stamp the Hero Arts pattern in stripes and dots on to the ties.

Thanks for following up and let's catch up for more. Have a lovely Saturday....

Friday, June 3, 2011

Featured in the CARDS Blog for Father's day

Hi there LAdies...Recenttly I sent my card photo for Fathers' Day celebration for the challenge the CARDS blog last week. And my card is featured in the blog. This time I see many lovely dad cards creatively done and knowing that masculine cards are not as easy as feminine cards to do with ideas.

So here I share with you on my card selected as favourite in the blog. Take a look at it.

Take a look my chair and the handmade

Supplies: Die-cut fence; Kaisercraft sentiment stamp; Hero Arts stamp text and tree; ribbon; EK Success corner puncher; Basic Grey paper pattern; Sizzix embossing folder brick and woodgrain; versaink; distressed ink; copic color; Glossy accent.

Tips: how to get the chair done?
        I cut piece by piece just making constructing a real chair and stick together. then emboss the chair with
       woodgrain folder.

       How to get the hat done?
       I draw the hat and cut it out. Color with Copics then emboss.

Thanks for being here and have a nice weekend ahead of the mid year 2011.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Little baby boy

HI Ladies, recently I have friends and relatives got pregnant and delivering baby boy by this year.
So I made some wonderful cards for them and of course with lovely gifts for their newly love ones.
One of them ,I made according to the challenges of CardPatterns Sketch #117 and CR84FN color challenge with photo inspiration below. I hope the new mother will like this.

Here is my take...

Supplies: Webster's Page paper; Cardmaker Magazine stamp; ribbon; Spellbinder die-cut (Scalloped Square and Scalloped Round); Paperie stamp; Kaisercraft stamp (sentiment); cardstock; glitter glue; distressed ink (at the edge)

Tips: I use a few layers of the die-cut scalloped square from Spellbinder and stick together become thicker like a chipboard. And put glitter glue on the surface of the so-called made chipboard. So I dont have to buy a chipboard.

Thanks for reading and staying up. Have a lovely day....


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