Thursday, April 17, 2014

New Easter challange at The Rubber Buggy

Hi everyone!

I know you've been waiting until or next challenge at The Rubber Buggy and here it is!!

So what to do if not to colour my lovely Tilda Bunny:)
I also cut a doily to fit the oval shape of the card and as simple embellishment I just clustered WOC tulips and a wild rose studio die flourish - they cut through paper like butter!

Products from the store:
Magnolia Tilda stamp BALLERINA BUNNY
Doily 5,5 inches
Wild rose studio cutting die BUTTERFLY BURST
WOC tulips, baby pink

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Baby shower tag

Hi everyone!

Wow time really flies.
For my DT-project for The Rubber Buggy this week I made a gift tag.
I made plenty of these in no time at all:)

Products from the store:
Smooth white paper
Memory box die, baby carriage
Bakers twine, orange
Flat back pearls

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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Tim Holtz technique with G45

Hi everyone!

I hope you all are fine and crafting away :)

With spring just around the corner and the days starting to be a little brighter and longer in Sweden, it's hard not to start thinking in pastel and light colour schemes. Here is a tag I made for my DT at The Rubber Buggy

Here I have returned to where I started with Tim Holtz classic background technique where he just dabs the ink pad on a craft sheet and mists, then dabs the tags in the colour to create the background.
Loved the subtle and shabby effect that came out. I then stamped the postcard in various angles with the tattered rose, some bumble bees in milled lavender and the leaves with bundled sage. Doesn't it really looks like G45 soft pastel palette? I can really see this tag work with sweet sentiment and botanical tea. I used perfect pearl over the tag, unfortunately the camera wouldn't pick it up.

Products used from the store:
G45 ivory tag album
G45 stamp set #3, FRENCH COUNTRY
G45 staples, shabby chic ornate metal keys
G45 staples, shabby chic ornate metal keyholes
Perfect pearl BISCOTTI
Distress ink, BUNDLED SAGE
Distress ink, TATTERED ROSE

I hope you liked it!
It was so much fun using this technique again:)

Thanks for watching!