Yesterday was my blogday over at the UDD blog.. and I showed this LO:
I had so much fun making this LO, and let me tell you.. I actually made a video showing the way I worked my way through this one…
wanna check it out??
I actually got inspired by my sweet friend Mahlin on this one… she really got me all jammed up for this gesso/misting thing… and its so much fun!
Thanks for looking :)
Have been playing this weekend… this page took a lot of time.. I started working on it on thursday last week, and I was finished yesterday… Mostly took time bec I have not been able to scrap during the entire weekend..
Ive used UDD papers, Pink Paislee decos, Epipany Crafts Tools, Spellbinder tools, Hambly papers, Tattered Angels mists, and lots of other stuff…
Ive used the Color palette from the Pink Paislee Hot Huey Palette, and Ive used the word Wonder from the Big Picture classes #2
//Thanks for watching
Today Im going to share with you an easy to make, yet really beautiful card with you today
for this card I have used papers from the UDD blossom line, twine from The Twinery, Ive also used dies from Spellbinders, a real favourite.. the floral doily motifs, and Ive also used the Epiphany Crafts heart 25 tool and epoxy covers.
really easy and quick to make if you are going to a party… just cut out two flower dies and match with background, add a nice epoxy touch and some twine, and you are ready-set-go!
well if you dont want to make a pink card.. you can always make one in brown and kraft colours…
for this card Ive used the same Blossom paperline, Twine from The Twinery, spellbinders floral doilymotifs and I also used the Epiphany Crafts round 14 tool, epoxy bubble caps and tea room vintage setting.
Hi there everyone!
This months assignment for the Daisies, is to scraplift a fellow DT member.
I chose to scraplift this page by Melissa Fergusson,
and my page ended up like this:
Materials used: Blossom line, and rubons #UDD124, and #UDD188. Ive also used the round 25 tool from and the round 14 tool and epoxy caps from epiphany Crafts, to make the cute epoxy buttons on my page. die cuts are Spellbinders.
I had so much fun scraplift Melissa, lots of details in her pages without making it look messy, and I love the way she displays her photo. I liftted the photo placement over stripes of paper, and the alpha rubons she have used, and I tried to make my page as clean and good looking as her page :)
well This morning I uploaded a nwe page Ive made to the Upsy Daisy Blog
I used lots of different paperlines to creat this page:
I have mixed and matched my paperlines, so you can find the Modello #UDD0049, A walk in the park-#WP012, A new day-#ND013, and See ya later alligator #SYLA011,on my page. And even though they are totally different paperlines they fit together perfectly with their soft colours.
The edge punches I´ve used is from EK success, and Martha stewart. I´ve also added som fabric flowers from Prima, and tulle to give the page a softer style.
Hope you liked it :)
I rarely make birthdaycards in advance, and when its time for a card We are almost out the door going to the party… then I love two things… my Spellbinders, and rubons…you can make a cute card in two minutes…
Perfect for a little girl isn´t it??
This I made for a girl who celebrated her 7th birthday yesterday, and Ive used my spellbinders-Beaded circles, and Sweet celebrations Rubons from Upsy Daisy design.
My daughter is 5 years old, soon to be 6 years old, and she is such a great personality…
every day she show us how wise and caring she is…
This month the assignment for the UDD girls was to be inspired by an ad about Campbells tomato soup…. unfortunately I cant show the pic on my blog… but here is my page:
Ive used the UDD line See ya Later Alligator… pretty greens and blues..
Ive also used the Epiphany Crafts round 14 tool to make the buttons :)
We have been working in the garden during these last couple of days, and we have borrowed a small garden tractor from a friend to help with the work in the garden..
This tractor have been the joy of my kiddos life these days when we finally have stopped and taken breaks… because then they have climbed up.. and played that they are the big gardeners doing great work in the garden.. My daughter have been the one working hardest to get up there in the competition wit her brother and the other boys on the street.. so yesterday se yelled really loud… GIRLS CAN DRIVE BIG KUBOTAS TOO YOU KNOW!!!!
Finally the boys let her play too.. and it was a happy girl in the drivers seat :)
for this page I have used the UDD papers Home sweet home, and the UDD brads from the SYLA collection :) Ive also used Glimmermists and I have drawn those leaves myself…
well atleast here where I live its Mothers day today. I know its celebrated differently all over the world.
Well For today I have a little bit of inspiration on how you can make your gifts look fab, with little time and effort behind it. For this one I have used ordinary brown wrappingpaper, I added a strip of patterned paper from UDD blossom line, I used a QK double-dies Butterfly as a deco, a swirl made by a dies from Magnolia, and some rhinestones. the green grass like ribbon I dont know the name of.
//have a great day!!