Friday 30 September 2011

Pink Roses and Green Tulips!!

Howdy! I know some of you already saw this on my blog, but I thought I would show you again how pretty the NEW Mixed Green Tone Tulips and Rose Pink Trellis Roses go together!  The Rose Pink is in the Vintage Color Range on the  Wild Orchid Crafts site.
Pretty combo huh?  This is what the Green Combo package looks like:

I used the brighter ones in the middle. 

I also used the white Sweetheart Blossoms, 15mm Lt. Lime Green Open Rose and Self Adhesive Pearls to finish it off.

You gotta love how all the colors coordinate at Wild Orchid Crafts!

Happy shopping!


Piece of Quiet

Hello everone. I have a card to show you. I want to remind you all how flowers look gorgeous on masucline cards. So don't be afraid to get out those darker flowers for your masculine cards.

I hope you all have a terrific day!

Hugs, Mindy

Stamps - Penny Black
Paper - Basic Grey, Copic Xpress, SU
Ink - Memento and Copics
Accessories - SU ribbon, Tim Holtz Clock, Spellbinders

Wednesday 28 September 2011

Sparkle Sparkle Sparkle

Hi there! It is Kylie here to share with you are project.

Ohhh - Christmas is getting closer! Just three months to go! The current Wild Orchid Crafts Challenge  is to "Make it Sparkle with Stars" so I thought I'd make a little candle holder decoration.

What a great opportunity to break out the German Glitter Glass. OMG. I am in love with this stuff. I've used two types on my candle holder - 100 grit and 80 grit.  I recycled an olive jar and when clean, dipped the rim in glue and then Silver German Glitter Glass 80 Grit. It gives a pretty sparkly result doesn't it?  Then I've used some of the stunning Lavendar German Glitter Glass in 100 Grit on the star. It is stuck in place with Glossy Accents. It is just perfect for German Glitter Glass.

Also used on my candle holder are:

I hope my candle holder inspired you to get started on your Christmas crafts and try some Glitter!

Tuesday 27 September 2011

Wedding card

Hi there :o)) Today I show you a wedding card 
with beautiful embellishments from Wild Orchid Crafts.  
Papers from Pion design.

Open roses 10mm og 15mm , Closed Rosebuds 4mm
Thanks for stopping by ♥
Hugs Anne Kristine

Sunday 25 September 2011

Someone Special

Hi there, I have an autumnal card to share today.  These are colours I tend to shy away from but was really pleased with how the chocolate brown set off the peach on the card.


The flowers are all from Wild Orchid Crafts – I used hydrangeas15mm roses, 6mm rose buds, Curly Wild Rose.  The pins are also from WOC. 



Saturday 24 September 2011

A Present For You!

Happy Weekend to my Wild Orchid Craft Friends!  Today I have two fun cards to share with you featuring MANY fun Wild Orchid products!!!
 The lace in the upper right hand corner is this beautiful lace from Wild Orchid Crafts.  
Flower arrangement consists of: 35mm Trellis Rose20mm RosesSweetheart BlossomsTulips15mm RosesHip Rosebuds8mm semi-opened RosebudsGypsophilas5mm closed Rosebuds with some May Arts ribbon woven in.  The finishing touch on my flower arrangement is a beautiful pearl flourish, Wild Orchid has many stunning flourish swirls, -->here<--.
MS border punch and sentiment were accented with 3mm self adhesive pearls.

Corners were decorated with pink edged lace and a decorative metal corner, again accented with self adhesive rhinestones.  The MS border edge was also blinged up using more of the rhinestones!

I hope you have enjoyed my two cards today!  I had so much fun creating them....I love ALL of the fun elements Wild Orchid Crafts carries to dress up our cards! :)  I hope you all enjoy your weekend and get some crafty fun time in!

♥ Thanks for stopping by! ♥

Friday 23 September 2011

A couple of gift-ideas :)

Hi there :) I like to show you a couple of gift-ideas today. My first is a box for a bag of chocolate. I just love chocolate, don't you?? I used Bazzill for the base and DP from Papir Design. The lid is made with Spellbinders Grand dies. I used magnets to keep the box closed. Stamp is from Kort og Godt. Punches are from StampinUp and Martha Stewart. Gorgeous Organza Ribbon and 15mm and 20mm Open Roses are from Wild Orchid Crafts :)

My second idea is a bag for a winebottle. Why not dress it up a little, when you give it as a hostessgift or a birthdaypresent :) Again I have used Bazzill for my base, and DP is from papir Design. Text is from Norsk Stempelblad. Edgepunch is from Martha Stewart and the panels are made with Spellbinders dies. I have used lovely 10, 15, 20 and 25mm Open Roses from WOC as embellishments. The dark roses are in Walnut colour from the Vintage Colour Range of Roses :)

Have a great Weekend everyone ♥♥ Hugs, elsi

Thursday 22 September 2011

A Hair Bow

Hi hi! Today the whole day my internet was gone. Finally I have got a phone line connected, yiiipppiiiii! So, I am in a hurry to show you my project today - a hair bow. Ulrika was my model girl and she was so happy to get her new hair bow!

For this project I used from WOC:
- Lilies 
- Roses 10mm
- Rosebuds 4mm
- Pearl spray
- Paper doilies
- Insertion aglaise lace
- White coton lace


Wednesday 21 September 2011

Halloween and Christmas coming up :)

Good evening sweet people!

Here's finally my today's post - better late than never, right :)
First up is a Halloween Treat Bag I wanted to show you:

You may get the beautiful black Self Adhesive Pearls, the Pearl Swirls and the Cheese Cloth at
Wild Orchid Crafts ofcourse :)


My second project is an Envelope Card for Christmas:

Thank you for taking the time to visit!

Tuesday 20 September 2011

A decorated box

I had a plain wooden box that I wanted to decorate to make it look nicer....

I just added some papers and then some gorgeous flowers along the top to make it look special....

I have used 35mm Trellis Roses in Ivory, Cherry Blossomsn in White and 40mm Trellis Rose in Green, I love giving handmade gifts and think just a few flowers can make a plain box look so special, thank you for looking today biggest of hugs love Pops x x x

Saturday 17 September 2011

Treasure Box

Hello there and thank you for stopping by the Wild Orchid Crafts blog! Today I would like to share a Treasure Box with you and show you a new flower that Wild Orchid Crafts will be carrying.

I made a little Keepsake Box because it looks like she is sitting on one! haha!  This was really easy to make.  The instructions can be found HERE!  This little cutie stamp is a new one from Susana's Custom Art and Card Design by Sylvia Zet called "Hope".

The inside  of the box looks like so:

What a sweet box to house fun blog friend gifts!!!

Now a closer look at the darling new Lilies from Wild Orchid Crafts! Aren't they soooo pretty!? I can see using these a ton!!!!!!  I don't see them on the site yet, but I'm sure they will be there soon.

Here is another view of the box with the new Lilies.

Thank you again for stopping by! Stay tuned for more inspiration from the Design Team!

Happy Crafting! Dena

Birthday Gift Set!

Hi there! I have a Gift Set I made for a friend of mine. It was her Birthday last week. I altered this mini clipboard and made her this card. There's lots of Wild Orchid Craft Products that I used. You can stick Wild Orchid flowers on anything and it just makes it so much prettier!

I hope you have a lovely weekend!

Hugs, Mindy

Papers - Basic Grey Out of Print, SU, Copic Xpress,
Accessories - Spellbinders, MS punch,

Friday 16 September 2011

Topiary Frame

Hi Everyone, it is Kylie here today to share a project with you.

I have had this shaddow box frame in my stash for a little while waiting for me to do this project.  I am slowly crossing things off my 'must make' list.
 I wanted to make this frame for a little friend of mine who has just had her 7th birthday. She is a very girly girl and I wanted to make something pink and blingy for her... a perfect excuse to get out the gorgeous German Glass Glitter.

I have a gorgeous pot of the Silver glitter and I thought it would be fun to embellish the gorgeous roses with for some extra sparkle. I checked out all of my adhesives and ended up using my Glossy Accents as it was nice and runny. I didn't want the glue to be too thick.

All I did was squeeze a small amount around the edges of the petals of my Wild Roses and then dipped the roses into the glitter in my tidy tray. This way I could save all of the loose unused glitter and return it to the pot for next time.

 The flowers and other embellishments used for this project are listed below...

German Glitter Glass - Silver (perfect for all of your Christmas projects!), Ivory Insertion Lace, White Cotton LaceSilver Filigree Corners, Seam Binding in Rose Petal, Small Flat Gardenia in 2 tone Pink25mm Wild Roses in pinkPink Tulips, 6mm closed rose buds in White.

I hope you like my frame and it inspires you to have a bit of a play with your German Glass Glitter.

Have a great weekened,

Thursday 15 September 2011

Christmas box.

 Hi I like to show a Christmas box with beautiful embellishments from Wild Orchid Crafts.
You need a empty box ...I've used an empty matchbox.
I have used brown German glass glitter 80 grit inside the box and on chipboard heart.
Paint some Crackle paint picket fence on the heart and inside the box.
Distress the flowers with distress ink pad Aged mahogany.
  Paint some dabber snow cap on the heart before the crackle paint...It's looks like snow :o))

Embellishments :

Thanks for stopping by. 
Hugs Anne Kristine