Friday, October 18, 2019

Charmed Scrap

Hi Everyone!

I found a lovely Moodboard at the CharmedScrap Blog and was inspired by the COLORS! The paper is the CherryOrchard Collection from CraftPaper.

I’ve ink blended some Ripe Persimmon oxide ink onto white paper to cut with these dies from Fantasy. (But I used CraftPaper for the FLOWER.)

Knife for cutting down Fantasy napkin "Openwork napkin" size 8 cm

Knives for cutting Fantasy "Droppers 2"

Pro Tip: I put a piece of baking paper between the die and my paper. It comes off like butter!

The orange and ivory flowers, stems, and berries round out the rest of the color palette.

The lovely chip is from Домик рукодельницы (HERE), and I heat embossed it in the creamy yellow color.

The other requirements, of course, are chip, leaves, wood print (on paper), and natural materials with the cheesecloth, burlap, and a little bouquet of raffia.

I have a lot of tiny Fall Leaves leftover from THIS project.

I finished it off with some more buttery flakes and orange glitter.

Here is the Moodboard from Charmed Scrap.

I will add my card to the October Gallery at the Fantasy Blog.

The challege at the Miszmasz Papierowy Blog is Anything Goes with Chip. I'll add my card there.

And it's also OPEN at ScrapMagia, where I will also enter my card.

Thanks for stopping by, and have a great weekend!

Tuesday, October 15, 2019



I made a card using this lovely Image.

The Olive chip is from LeoMammy.
I dabbed it lightly with green oxide inks.

I’m entering this card in the Faceted Glass Challenge at ScrapClub-Ek.

I’ve made the two flowers in Delicate Orchid paper from FabrikaDekoru using dies from Fantasy.

Knife for cutting Fantasy "Spring Flower 2018" 4 pcs
Knives for cutting Fantasy "Droppers 2"
And I will add my card to the October Gallery there.

Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, October 14, 2019

Muscari - Botanical Steampunk


I finally got to play with some of my goodies from Muscari.

I’ve stenciled and stamped some metallic brown and orange ink onto the background.

 The paper is from the Freedom Collection. The gorgeous chip was lightly brushed with the same ink.

I made a TON of leaves out of watercolor paper. 
(This paper was ink blended with oxide inks.)

Some leaves came out a little flat, so I sponged them with the same brown and orange metallic inks.

I will share this card to Muscari’s Botanical Steampunk Challenge.

 Besides the stamping and stenciling, I have cut two leaves out of a small piece of green FABRIC. I have used the orange, green, and browns from the color palette. I have gears and LOTS of leaves. Hidden in there are steampunk elements, such as keys, airship/balloon, bulbs, cogs, metal lamp, clocks, and I know there’s a clock part in there that’s also inked. 😊

This was a wonderful challenge, for me, as I’m more of a “clean cluster”-in-bright-basic-colors kind of scrapper. 

I will also share this card in the Fantasy Blog for the Autumn Charm Challenge.

I picked up the colors of the leaves, and leaves, and leaves to make my own watercolor combinations.

I've made this card for my sister, Martha, who has just completed her SECOND Chicago Marathon!
Go, Martha!

Thanks for stopping by!