Another non-traditional baby card! This marks my 5th baby card I've made this year, and one more on the way.... Anyway, let's first take a look at the card, shall we? Klik hier voor de Nederlandse versie. So I wanted to make a card similar to the Nienke card I made 4 months ago, but … Continue reading Mason’s Cloud card
In my last post I said how I'm at the point in my life where lots of friends and family are having babies. Well, here is another baby card! (And there's another card lined up to be made too!) So this time, I wanted to try that trending Eclipse Card technique. Here is what the … Continue reading Baby Eclipse Card
Before I write about the card, I want to let you know that I have joined a Design Team! The DT is for Hobby Alternatief, a Dutch craft store and blog. Since I'm new to all this and still learning about it, I can't tell you much more except that I will start writing blog … Continue reading For the Worldly Baby (and news!)
Hello whomever reading my blog! I haven't posted in a while, but I have good reasons for it. In December, my house got an extension in the attic that is called a dakkapel in Dutch. This translates to a dormer, which is a word I just learned about! Anyway, with my new dakkapel, my craft area has … Continue reading New Craft “Room”!
Today I'd like to share with you a birthday card I made for my son! My son Johan turned 5 in September and I wanted to make him a cute little card. There so much on this card, but it actually was not very hard to make. First of all, here is what the card … Continue reading Little boy’s birthday card
Today I'd like to share a tip on cutting thin intricate dies with the Cuttlebug WITHOUT using any shims (metal or chipboard), WITHOUT running it through the machine more than once!! This tip is only for the Cuttlebug because it's what I own. So let's get right into it! If you don't want to bother … Continue reading The Right Way to Use the Cuttlebug
Keeping your workspace tidy is very important for creativity. When my desk is a huge crazy mess, it's like my creative juices gets lost in the chaos and mess. We have heard of how some of the brightest and creative genius minds like Einstein, Twain, and Job (each intelligent in their own field) had very … Continue reading Tidy workspace for flowing creativity
Just a quick update! I went to the local store and made a photocopy of a newspaper (I did not have anything else on hand). I then cut out the letter "E", put a piece of nail foil on top of the E, and ran it through my laminator. As you can see in the … Continue reading Nail foil update!
On my Simple Washi Candles Card, I used nail foils for the candle flames. In the post, I mentioned how nail foils were cheaper than if you were to buy crafting transfer foils by Deco Foil or Minc. Not only is it cheaper, you get a lot of different foil designs! First of all, I should mentioned … Continue reading Foils galore!