A card for a boy

20150330_1Patterned paper from First Edition Paper – It’s a boy!
Digital stamp from Teddy Bo & Co named What a jolly bow.

20150330_3Copics I’ve used:
Giraff & Ground: E44-43-42-41
Bow: BG99-96-93

20150330_2I love the new decorations I’ve created.






On this card I’ve used a stamp from Magnolia called Sleeping baby, it’s so cute! To get the crackled effect on the wings I’ve used Crackle accents. I’ve colored the stamp with the following colors of distress ink:

Skin: Tattered rose and Vintage photo
Cheeks: Tattered rose and Aged mahogany
Clothes: Victorian velvet and Walnut stain
Wings: Weathered wood
Shade: Stormy sky
Ground: Pumice stone

The papers are from First edition papers pad Silent night.
Have a lovely weekend!


Twitter wedding

Today I’ve emptied my camera and there was a whole bunch of photos that I’ve totally forgot to show you. Here’s two projects from the early 2013.


I got the opportunity to make the place cards for a wedding. The couple met on twitter and you could follow the  whole wedding, both the preparations and the ceremony and even the party on Twitter with the hashtag #twitterbrollop.


I also made a card for them with the same theme, the Twitter bird. The patterned paper is called Lyrical and is from Prima Marketing and the collection Firefly.



Hi again!

Today I’m gonna show you all another card. I created it for one of my colleagues who has got a sweet little boy named Liam.


The paper is from Maja Design – Vintage Summer Basics. I love that paper pad! For this card I’ve used the digital stamp Toby Tumble’s Special Delivery, from Cuddly Buddly.

I’ve colored it with distress ink and unfortunately I don’t remember which colors I used.


It’s been a while since I wrote anything here, but now I’m back and I’m gonna show you a card I’ve made as an order for a newborn baby girl.


The stamp is a digital one from Cuddly Buddly and Pachelas Studio. It’s called Toby Tumble’s Little Bundle of Joy and I’ve colored it with distress ink.


The text says “Welcome to the world” and then I’ve printed the girls name and the date she was born.