I’ve been thinking for a while that I’d like to try drawing and painting (freehand) more. It’s not something I’m very confident in, but I love the idea of it. I started by trying to paint some lemons and it was a complete disaster… As tempted.as I was to give up I instead flipped the … More Adding Simple Detail to Stencils | Lovely Floral Birthday | Video
It’s time for the very first Watercooler Wednesday challenge of the year, and it’s my turn to host! The challenge this time is anything feminine goes. My card is one I made in a card making marathon just before Christmas, and with the butterfly, flower, delicate teacups and soft colours is ideal for this prompt.
If you’ve not yet checked out the latest release from Mari Ko you should! There’s some beautiful floral imagery perfect for a variety of occasions, and ideal if you’re wanting to get an early start on Valentine’s cards! I’m showcasing the Single Rose digi, and have made two similar-but-different cards using it. It’s currently on … More Single Rose – Mari Ko Creations Mid-December 2017 Release
The last few cards I’ve made have been more on the masculine side, so today I thought I’d make a more feminine one. The digi stamp I used is not my normal preference for images – I usually like to have cute animals, or sometimes flowers, but something about these tea cups really appealed to … More Special Tea Cups
Here’s another rather feminine card. I actually like this much more than the previous one I did. Not sure why!
This card is undeniably feminine. The flowers, the curves, the pink and purple. It’s a girly card. Perhaps a good card for a bride on her wedding day.
Here’s another flower. I know what this one is! It’s called a Birthday Rose.
The restaurant that I mentioned in yesterday’s Photo-a-Day had small glasses on every table, with a pink rose in each glass. We were told that the roses were still there following Valentine’s day (or as it is here in Finland, ystävänpäivä or friend’s day). The flowers certainly had lasted well, though you can see the edges … More Photo-A-Day: February 26th