Wednesday, 26 January 2011

A Valentines Card for you!

Hi there, Here's a Valentines card I made using a mixure of pink and blue flowers. I just love these small flat gardenias. They are not too bit you can still make a nice flower cluster on a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch card. I did some masking with my Magnolia Stamps. I just love this technique!

Have a wonderful weekend!


Supplies
Papers - Magnolia and SU!
Ink - Memento, Distress inks and Copics
Accessories - Wild Orchid Craft Flowers - Flat Small pink gardenia, 25mm pink roses, 15mm white roses, 10mm blue roses, 8mm white roses, Lace, Pearls,  SU ribbon, Spellbinders labels 16, Flowersoft.

Hugs, Mindy

Sunday, 23 January 2011

Fancy Purple

Happy Sunday Everyone :)

I've suddently rediscovered quite a few different folding technics, so I'am having a lot of fun making cards these days :)
This time I've made a criss-cross-card, but used the back of the card as my front, following today's sketch at Sketchy Colors :)



Size: 15 x 15 cm
Folding: Criss-Cross
Ink: Archival Ink - Jet Black, Vivid! - Plum.
Stamps: Rick St. DennisHat Shop (digi stamp sheet), Kort & Godt - sentiment ("You're an angel).
Colouring: Prisma Colour Pencils.
Papers: Maja Design - Fika "Hemgjord saft", "Björnbärssylt" & "Blommor på bordet", Bazzill - purple & ivory cardstock, Letraset - Cartridge Hevyweight Paper 270g (all papers bought at Unik Hobby).
Tools: Nellie Snellen - Multi Frames, Spellbinders - Nesting Classic Circles, Martha Stewart - Eyelet Lace punch around the page, EK Success - corner rounder punch.
Embellishments: Wild Orchid Crafts - Curly Wild Rose 40 mm, Paper Poppies, Open Paper Roses 10 mm & 15 mm, Gypsophilias, Heather Stem Flowers & Self Adhesive Pearls, Prima - Say it in Crystals, Kuttut - lace, Hobby Himmelen - lilies, silver key & tull (thank you Tonje ;), rhinestones.

Thanks for stopping by - have a lovely day!

Friday, 21 January 2011

Shabby Princess.....

Good Morning!!
Today I want to show you a shabby creation and the
gorgeous roses are just perfect for the look!


The beautiful lace is such a nice touch for the shabby look as well!
I even added some pretty pink rhinestones to her crown.
Here is a close up of the beautiful assortment of flowers.
gorgeous hip rosebuds and a couple 4mm closed rosebuds.


To get them like this I just sprayed them with marshmellow
glimmer mist and let that dry. Then I went over the edges with
some distress crackle paint. The glimmer mist
makes the flower more stiff and it is easier to apply the paint.
I just adore the way it turns out.
I have added some shabby crinkled seam binding to my
tag as well!!

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a lovely week-end!
:)Kathy

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Amelia’s amazing card

Amelia won our last Wild Orchid Challenge as well as getting picked as one of our Top 3 for that challenge with this card.  Her card is utterly breathtaking and I just had to share it with you.  Pop across to her blog for all the details and more delish eye candy!

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Thanks so much for allowing us to feature your card here Amelia.

Tuesday, 18 January 2011

A Vintage Look!

Just a little card from me today showing you the amazing lace and flowers at Wild Orchid Crafts.  There are lots of new products being introduced now and in the next few weeks, but all the items on my card are available now at the website.
Recipe;

Stamp: Sugar Nellie, Simply Adorable - Joy
Ink:  Copics
Paper:  K&Co.

Have a wonderful Tuesday!

Hugs, Dena

Sunday, 16 January 2011

New Roses, poppies and seam binding

Trellis Roses are on the website now! OMW these are simply stunning and I really don’t think they are going to be around for long (there is limited quantities for now so be quick if you want them). The detail on them is amazing. They are available in two sizes – 35mm and 40mm. I have used the 35mm on my card today, and Jacqui has used the 40mm. You can pop across to our blogs to get all the details for the cards.

Both of us have used the new Sugar Nellie stamps and didn’t know the other was using the same stamps lol, so forgive us for being so predictable lol.

Jacqui’s stunning card using the 40 mm Trellis Rose, cherry blossoms and seam binding (I will add the link as soon as the seam binding is on the website (later this evening)

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And I have used 35mm Trellis Roses, poppies, 15mm roses and 10mm roses as well as the scrummy seam binding and rhinestones.

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hugs

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White Wedding

When it comes to the colour (all) white in cards, I immediately think of weddings, so this time I've made...
yep - a white wedding card :)
I've used lots of white flowers of different types, stamens and pearls from
Wild Orchid Crafts
to decorate the card :)



Sorry for the bad pictures - my camera does'nt capture white very well, especially not
in this bad winter light ;(

Size: 15 x 15 cm
Ink: Adirondack - Pitch Black.
Stamps: Lili of the Valley - Mr & Mrs and texts (not in shop).
Colouring: Prisma Colour Pencils.
Papers: Bazzill - Satin Embossed Butterflies cardstock, and ivory and white cardstock,
Letraset - Cartridge Hevyweight Paper 270 g.
Tools: Spellbinders - Nesting Petite & Classic Circles, Marianne Design - CreaTables, Nellie Snellen - Multi Frame, Stampin'Up! - Word Window punch, piercing tool.

Thanks for peeking in today - have a great Sunday!
Hugs, Lena Katrine

Thursday, 13 January 2011

Sparkly Rhinestones.........

Good Afternoon!!!
I thought I would show off a card I made
with some of the beautiful rhinestones now
available at the shop!
They really add alot of sparkle to the card and I am
pleased with how it turned out!


I made a pattern out of the clear and blue and placed them
in the scrolls of the punch!  I think it is
such a pretty effect especially with a snowy card!

I know your all probably sick of the snow by now so sorry
for a snowy card. But I don't get any now where I moved
and I miss it!! (I know but I am not crazy LOL)

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope
you all enjoy your day!
:)Kathy


Tuesday, 11 January 2011

♥ Together Forever ♥

Here's a card I've made using the georgeously cute image and sentiment
"Together Forever" from the new release at Lili of the Valley!
The cute couple is "wrapped up" in the fresh colours of pink and lime, and lots of beautiful items from




Size: 15 x 15 cm
Ink: Adirondack - Pitch Black, Distress Ink - Shabby Shutters.
Stamps: Lili of the Valley - Together Forever (image & sentiment).
Colouring: Letraset - Promarkers.
Papers: Memory Box - Jubilee & Gossamer Collections, Bazzill - green & vanilla cardstock, Letraset - Cartridge Hevyweight Paper 270g.
Tools: Spellbinders - Nesting Classic Rectangle & Label, Martha Stewart - Royal Butterfly punch, EK Success - leaf punch & label punch.
Embellishments: Wild Orchid Crafts - Wild Rose 25 mm, Cherry Blossoms, Open Paper Roses 10 mm & 15 mm, Gypsophilias, Self Adhesive Pearls & Heart Shaped Pearl Beads,
Ranger - Stickles "Star Dust", Kuttut - lace.

Thanks for stopping by - Have a wonderful day!

Hugs, Lena Katrine

Sunday, 9 January 2011

Purple Dream of Flowers

Happy Sunday everybody!

Just wanted to show you a card I've made using Wild Orchid Crafts flowers and other items in beautiful shades of purple :)



Size: 15 x 15 cm
Ink: Adirondack - Black, Distress Ink - Pumice Stone, Vivid! - Plum.
Stamps: Lili of the Valley - Little Fairies "Birthday Fairy" & text (not in shop).
Colouring: Letraset - Promarkers.
Papers: Maja Design - Fika "Nybakat", "Blommor på bordet" & "Hemgjord Saft" (Unik Hobby),
Bazzill - white & purple cardstock, Letraset - Cartridge Hevyweight Paper 270g.
Tools: Spellbinders - Nesting Classic & Scalloped Circles.
Embellishments: Wild Orchid Crafts - Wild Rose 25 mm, Cherry Blossoms, Open Paper Roses 15 mm, Semi Open Paper Roses 8 mm, Heather Stem Flowers, Pearl Stamens & Self Adhesive Pearls, Ranger - Stickles "Star Dust", The Ribbon Girl - satin ribbon, Kuttut - charm,
Hobby Himmelen - lilies.
The card is made after the sketch at Sketchy Colors and the theme circles at Paper Sundaes :)
Thanks a lot for stopping by - have a lovely Sunday!

Saturday, 8 January 2011

A little bit of Spring

I have a spring themed card today, just what I needed to cheer up these dull, dark days – I hate winter lol.I am not a yellow fan (unless it’s teamed with pink) but lately I seem to be using it quite a bit. 

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The remembered I had these beautiful daffodils from last spring so made the card around the flowers.  The other flowers I have used are cherry blossoms and 15mm roses.  Everything including the leaves were blasted with Iridescent Gold Glimmer Mist.

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Enjoy your weekend

hugs

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Friday, 7 January 2011

Cool Birthday

Hi peeps!

For the first time in a looong while, I've made a card "just for fun", and not as a DT project :)
I found a great sketch at the Sugar Bowl Challenge #50, and it was so fun to play with!
I wanted to make the card look "cold" and glittery in pink and grey colours, and this is how it turned out.




Size: 15 x 15 cm
Ink: Archival Ink - Coffee, DistressInk - PumiceStone & Victorian Velvet, Water Mark Ink Pad.
Stamps: Sugar Nellie - image, Lili of the Valley - text (not in store).
Colouring: Distress Ink - Refills (mainly Pumice Stone and a mix of Spun Sugar & Dusty Concord).
Papers: Memory Box - Gossamer Collection, Bazzill - white & pink cardstock, Canson - Montval aquarellpaper 200g.
Tools: Spellbinders - Nesting Label, Cuttlebug - Swiss Dots Embossing Folder, EK Success - Snowflake punch, StampinUp! - Word Window punch, Martha Stewart - Scandinavian Snowflake punch, Inkido - Frost Embossing Powder, Heat Gun.
Embellishments: Wild Orchid Crafts - Open Paper Roses 20 mm, 15 mm & 10 mm, Semi Open Roses 8 mm, Rosebuds 4 mm, Aster Daisies, Gypsophilas & Self Adhesive Pearls, Ranger - Stickles "Star Dust" (I luv this glitter glue), lace.
I've used Dry Embossing on the white panels, and Heat Embossing on the snowflakes.

Thanks for peeking in - have a great weekend!
Hugs, Lena Katrine :)

Thursday, 6 January 2011

Heartshaped easelcard

Today I like to show you a heartshaped easelcard filled with lots and lots of gorgeous flowers :)) Perfect for a weddingcard, don't you think? Texts are from Stempelglede and Kort og Godt. Butterflies are from Karen Marie Klip. The flowers I used are of course from WOC excellent selection: 25mm, 20mm and 15mm Open Roses,  25mm and 40mm Tea Roses and Cherry Blossoms.

You can find more pictures and also a turtorial on how to make this card on my blog :))

Thanks for stopping by ♥ Hugs, elsi