Tuesday, May 23, 2023

Festive Kaleidoscope - Stage 1

 Hi Everyone!

I made a Birthday Card for Stage 1 of the Festive Kaleidoscope at the Yar-sk Blog.

As required COLOR / SHAPE / MATERIAL for the three stages, I chose to work with CHIP and LACE for the MATERIAL element.

I embossed THIS chip.

I hoped to use the same collection from ScrapMania for the three stages. Therefore, I chose Orange, Green, and Yellow for the COLORS.

For Stage 1, from the list of required elements, I used an INSCRIPTION, a FLOWER, and a CHARM / PENDANT.

I was hoping to post my three items together for the final, but I am still working on a frame and a chocolate box. I did not want to miss the project completely.

Back soon!


Saturday, May 6, 2023

Gift Box


Hello I'm back with a Gift Box.

The chip frame and leaves are from HERE and HERE.

The doily cutting die is from Ladybug.

Thank you!




I have fallen behind in showing my work. 

Here's a card from January.

I've used cutting dies from AgiArt, 1547, 1063.

The SWEET chip is ArtLines, 694.

Thanks for stopping by.

Back soon!


Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Crafty Moly 131 - March Dreams

Hi Everyone! This money envelope is for the March Dreams Challenge at the Crafty Moly Blog. I’ve embossed THIS lovely chip from the store.
Thanks for stopping by! Nora

Friday, September 30, 2022

Money Envelope


I'm sharing this Birthday Money Envelope for my favorite earthling, Matteo.

You can pull the sleeve off with the loop of ribbon. I built a little “kickstand” on the back of the sleeve, so that it can be displayed as a frame.

I used Summer Studio’s “To the Moon and Back” Collection. 

I put Matteo in the space suit with acetate for his helmet. There’s a lot of stamping and heat embossing and cutting. These tiny outer space stamps didn’t come with the matching dies. I’ve heat embossed a few chip pieces from LadyBug and finished with splashes of gold.

Thanks for stopping by. See you soon!


Monday, August 29, 2022

Wedding Anniversary


Here is a Money Envelope for a Golden Wedding Anniversary.


Paper is from the “BeautifulLife” Collection by Scrapodelie (via AgiArt).

I will add my work to the Chip 2:0 Challenge at Скрап-просторы.

This GORGEOUS two-layer frame cb1155 is from ArtLines.

From the August 3/9Challenge at Yar-Sk, I used items from the center horizontal: ribbon, stamping, bird

Don’t forget the AugustGallery at AgiArt

Thanks for stopping by!

Saturday, June 25, 2022

The Apple of My Eye



This canvas is for Stage 1 of the Children’s Stories Project at LadyBug.


The only required element for this stage is BUTTONS.

 I have a cloud chip button heat embossed in yellow.

And don’t miss the tiny button brad on one of the flowers.

The tiny flowers are from this set 0228:


I have splashed and stenciled some ink. I also stenciled the yellow stars with embossing paste colored with pigment powder (Lindy’s Magicals).

Thanks for stopping by!


Monday, May 30, 2022

Wedding Card


Sharing a Wedding Card with a touch of GOLD.

I have used Deco Foil before without the heat laminating machine. You can run it through your die cutting machine. As I have learned before, please test on scraps before ruining a project. That has NEVER happened to me. 😂

I will share this card to the May Celebrations Challenge at LemonCraft on instagram.

 The MoodBoard has roses, wood, lace, flowers, and GREENERY.

 I have used FLOWERS, FLAIR BADGE, and PAPER from THIS LemonCraft Collection.

I chose items from the center horizontal from Three in a Row at the Yar-Sk Blog.


There is Lace in three places, an Inscription, and plenty of gilded Greenery.


The Miszmasz Blog has a Challenge for Flowers and Chip.

I will also add my card there.

 I made flowers in foamiran, fabric, and rice paper.

I'm also adding to the Wedding Challenge at the Button Craft Blog.

I have used Metal and a Tiny Heart for the “new home” as two of the required elements.

This new home is LIT with LOVE! 💛
(Okay, it's yellow vellum. 😂)

There is a pocket on the inside for CA$H.

I have used 



to join the May Gallery at Fantasy.





for the May Gallery at AgiArt

Thanks for visiting!