Another altered project. This is an old planner measuring 3" x 5" and I don't know what happened to the front cover, maybe I have discard it. I adhered the front and back panel of the planner with bright and colourful patterned paper. For embellishment, I simply added a yellow ribbon to the left side of the front cover. Super easy.
This an old fridge magnet sticking on my fridge, which I never bother to even look at it. I was inspired by Get Sketchy Challenge "Trash to Treasure" to alter it. I drew the template accordingly on a patterned paper, cut and adhered over the old photo frame magnet sticker and added this cute image from Digi Kitty. Easy peasy.
This is a cute freebie image from Digi Kitty. Valentine is two months away but it is never too early to prepare a card now. Sentiment is own design printed in red color from the printer onto white card stock and I use colour pencil to highlight the edge. Image was coloured with Copic. Inside the card, the bouquet of flowers was d.i.y using daisy small & medium punch to create them. Layered the flowers on top of a doily which I lightly chalked with pink pastel. Border is from cut out patterned paper. Challenges entered are:-
In the party mood..another card with multi-fold. Image from Digital Delights and the flower is d.i.y using scallop punch and leave punch with button added. Sentiment Let's Party is own design printed from computer.
This card is in respond to Stamptacular Sunday challenge#38 for multi-fold cards. Image inside is from Greeting Farm welcoming year 2010. I added some pattern paper and d.i.y punch floral to the card. Sentiment "Let's Party"is own creation printed from computer. Other challenges entered are:-
Welcome 2010..It's A Party...This digi image is from Character Cafe coloured with water colour pencils. Sentiment is printed from computer and I use colour pencil to colour the edge of the white card stock to match the other layers of pattern paper. The card is based on PCP sketch challenge layout.
This santa birdie digi is from Cudly Budly, coloured with water colour pencils, layered on glittering shining paper before adhered to a red circle card stock. I stamped the sentiment on the circle ivory paper adhered to the inside panel. I use eyelet punch to punch the hole and secured them with an eyelet I bought from d.i.y store. The eyelet was coloured red with Sharpie permanent marker. Added gold silvery string to it so that receiver of this card can hang it up on xmas tree or simply put it up in office cubicle partition board. This card is 4" in diameter.
Santa At Window is freebie digi image from Incy Wincy Shop, added ribbon, light green cardstock, circle scallop sentiment with digital image of holy leaf. I used xmas wrapping paper as it has ornament and various shapes of snowflakes.
This is inspired by Memory Lane Holiday Projects, diy ornament for the festive season. Materials: 12pcs of circle scallop from any paper/card stock (i use 2" EK Succes Circle Scallop punch). Fold all the paper into half and adhered to each other. Put a ribbon/string in the middle of the paper while adhering. For full instruction, refer to Memory Lane. I am submitting this for their A Walk Down Memory Lane-12 days Christmas random draw.
I added the circle Merry Christmas sentiment to Dustin Pike santa digi image and coloured with colour pencil. Layered on white & red card stock that were cut into circle shape using Olaf circle cutter. Adhered to the small round magnet with double sided foam sticker. This fits the following challenges:-
1 Caardvarks "digital element (santa and sentiment)
Digi image from Digital Ink freebie, added own circle sentiment "we wish you a merry christmas" and coloured with colour pencils. Layer the image with another white and red card stock. Gift box size is 3'x3" diy using red and pink colour card stock and added red satin ribbon to the side of the cover. This for the following challenges:-
1. Digital Ink Co holiday special challenge using DICO digi image & christmas song. (snow woman & we wish you a merry christmas)
Candy in cup digi image from Digi-Kitty freebie printed on white card stock and coloured with colour pencil. I incorporated in the circle sentiment "Merry Christmas" using Serif DrawPlus. The 3'x3" gift box is diy using green and white card stock and added cut out red card stock strip which was pre-cut with scallop scissors. Challenges entered :-
I was inspired byCharacter Cafe Tuesday Technique in making this diy 3"x3" gift box without having to use any glue except adhering the image and ribbon. I use square card stock measuring 20cm for red (base) and 21cm for white (cover). Digi image is from Character Cafe freebie. It is real fun and functional creating this box and it is super easy. Thank Character Cafe for such a brilliant idea posted in their blog. I am entering this project for Character Cafe Feature Friday Freebie Challenge. This also fits challenge Caardvarks using digital element (digi image Rosebud) and Moxie Fab World incorporating any creatures/animals in the project.
This is a 3"x3" gift box folded from 2 pieces of card stock, 20cm square red card stock for the base and 21cm square white card stock for the cover. No glue need for the box. Red ribbon is adhered to the side using Elmer's white glue. Snowflake is digi-image from BirdCards but I added in the circle 'Merry Christmas' sentiment using SerifDraw Plus freeware. Challenges entered are:
I use Robyn Fetish digi freebie Lyla for this card. Coloured with watercolour pencils and added a small satin ribbon to it. Layered the picture with pink and brown card stock and adhered to the local pp. Challenges entered:-
Purple butterfly digi image from Pollycraft is the main theme for this card which can be a birthday, thank you or just a note card to someone. Embellishment includes glitter dot and purple flowers punch out from two different small daisy punch.
Here is simple Christmas card with the poinsettia coloured with red, yellow and green Copic. Organza silvery white Christmas ribbon added to the card and layered on top of it is the red satin ribbon. The card is forest green in colour. Image from Bird's Card. Challenges submitted are:-
Well, I am Guest Designer for this weekDigi-Kittychallenge theme "Wintry Christmas" and I have made a candy heart shape box with the cute Digi Kitty image "Snowboy" on it . The Snowboy was printed, coloured with Copic, cut and adhered to the heart shape box. Added some glitter glue to the Snowboy body. Snowflakes were punch out from glittering paper. The box is an altered project. I used an existing box, unfolded it to draw the template outline on a red cardstock, cut and adhered to the box. It can fit Hershey candy to be given away to kids as Christmas goodies. This project also fit Caardvaks challenge for using any digital element.
The tree is from BirdsCard digi image, printed on white card stock and coloured with colour pencils. I cut the image in triangle shape, added some epoxy sticker shiny dot on some of the leaves and added a silver metallic ribbon bow to it. The pp has reindeer and leaves as background. Challenges submitted are :-
I use the poinsettia digi image from Bird's Card, printed on white card stock, coloured and cut with Olaf circle cutter. The snowflakes are also from Bird's card digi, printed, punched out with Fiskar 1 1/2" circle punch and added a lot of glitter glue to make it shining and glittering. I use the fir border punch to create the border. I added three pink dot epoxy sticker near the sentiment. This card is for these challenges:-
This is a card following 2 Sketches 4 You Challenge. I added some glitter glue to the snowman digi image from Digi Kitty, snowflakes were punched out from pp glitter paper, the layer card was cropped with border punch and a piece of silver metallic organza ribbon was added to the card.
I am entering this card for the following challenges:-
I was inspired by Beate's tutorial in the Splitcoaststamper on making a triangle box. It is very simple to make. I adhered the glitter pattern paper to a thick card stock with Mod Podge and then followed Beate's tutorial instruction on scoring and folding the card. The snowflake is digi image from Bird's Card, printed on blue card stock, add some glitter glue, adhered to a piece of maroon circle card before layered to the blue scallop shape card. On top of the box, a hole was punched using eyelet setter and secured it with an eyelet. Another hole was punched at the other side and a white gold-edged ribbon was use to tighten it.
The digi image from KLM Digital Designs Fall Sunflower was coloured with colour pencil, adhered to the cream card stock with sticky foam tape for a raise up effect. Another maroon card stock is adhered to the inside of the pink base card. At the front of the base card, a circle was cut out with Olaf circle cutter and then punched with 5 petals flower punch. Sentiment was printed from computer.