Good evening! I have a video tutorial for you today for my Craft Heaven inspiration post, using Doohickeys and papers from Maja Design to create a cute Tooth Fairy box! Check it out by clicking on the video!
Good morning! Today's card for Craft Heaven features another gorgeous stamp from the Le Cirque collection, Tilda Cirque, and beautiful Maja Design papers.
As always I have painted Tilda with Distress Inks using the no lines technique. I've added Startdust Stickles to the hearts on her top and the bow in her hair. I have used a white gel pen for the dots on her cheeks and eyes.
I have used several Doohickey dies on this card. The row of presents and the dies for the flowers are from Doohickey Volume 4 and the birds are from The Vintage Box 5. I have also used the Doily Doohickey behind the image.
The bird cage stamp and die are also from Vintage Box 5. The scrabble letter ribbon is from my stash.
Hello Magnolia Lovers! A very warm welcome to our latest Magnolia Design Team Blog Hop.
The Design Team is proud to present you the beautiful collection of new stamps from the latest two collections which are: Bugs Kisses & Halloween Wishes and Le Cirque Collection.
This blog hop is sponsored by Magnolia Rubber Stamps Sweden and of course you have the chance to win one gorgeous prize from Magnolia Rubber Stamps on every single blog you visit and leave a comment!!! So please be sure to hop on every blog and leave some love!
The blog hop runs until the 3rd of November!! The DT will announce the winners on the 5th of November in the evening on their personal blogs.
And now let’s start the fun blog hop!!! If you came from Paulina's blog you’re on the right track! If you just happened to visit my blog, please CLICK HERE to start from the beginning.
Here is my project for the Blog Hop!!!!!!
I created a circus tent card and co-ordinating gift bag from a recycled bag that I just love the colours of.
For the card I painted Circus Rain Tilda with Distress Inks using the no lines technique and added Stardust Stickles to her umbrella.
I used the gorgeous Sakura Lanterns Doohickey die to decorate the circus tent and the Lovely Lace Doohickey along the top of the opening.
I used the pennant from the Flag and Cloud Doohickey set to complete the circus tent.
I added some pink twine and 10mm roses from my stash to the top of the tent.
I used the Lovely Lace Doohickey again to create the circus ring at the bottom of the card.
On the recycled gift bag I used my favourite stamp from the Le Cirque Collection, Clown Tilda Dress, again painted with Distress Inks, and added Stardust Stickles to her skirt, ribbons and the heart she's holding.
Good morning! Today on the Craft Heaven Blog we're showcasing stamps from Magnolia's gorgeous Le Cirque Collection. I've used the sweet Tilda Clown and Maja Design papers from the Sofiero Collection on my card.
I've painted Tilda with Distress Inks using the no lines technique and added details to her cheeks and outfit with a white gel pen.
The gorgeous chipboard pieces are by Scrapiniec from the Mehendi Borders set and I've used the Sakura Lanterns Doohickey dies for the lanterns.
I've also used a star swirl from Doohickey Volume 9 as strings for the lanterns and some lace from Craft Heaven.
Good morning! It is time for our reminder post over on the All About Magnolia Challenge Blog and our theme this month is 'Shaped Cards'. I love making cards using the heart Doohickey frame from Magnolia's Vintage Box 5. It was perfect for making my parents a special anniversary card for their 50th wedding annivesary.
I painted the stunning Mr & Mrs Magnolia stamp from the You Are Invited Collection with Distress Inks using the no lines technique.
I was so pleased with how the painting turned out that I didn't want to detract from it with too many embellishments, so opted for a few sequins and the golden, glittery number 50 cut with a Tim Holtz die.
The bow was also cut with the Tim Holtz Bow-Tied die.
I hope you like it and I've inspired you to join us at All About Magnolia Challenge this month. Pop over to the blog to see the rest of the team's gorgeous creations. Thanks for looking! x
Good evening! Our theme on the Craft Heaven Blog this week is Halloween/Spooky projects. I have created a sugar skull shaped card and painted Wonderful Tilda from the You Are Invited collection with her face painted for Dia de Muertos.
I painted Tilda with Distress Inks as always, using the no lines technique. I used Distress Inks and a fine black pen to create Tilda's face make-up, a white gel pen for the highlights in the flowers and eyes and a silver gel pen for the flower details on her dress.
I used Doohickey dies to create the details on the sugar skull. The heart nose is an off-cut heart from the heart tag from Volume 9 and a leaf Doohickey from Volume 9 to create the swirls near the nose and mouth.
The swirls on the forehead are actually the balloon string from the balloons Doohickey in Volume 5 and the heart is also from the heart tag. The flowers around the eyes were cut with a flower Doohickey from Volume 6.
I hope you like it and thanks for looking! Pop over to the blog for more spooky ideas from the rest of the team.
Good evening! I'm rather late posting this week's card for Craft Heaven: it's been one of those weeks! I've used another gorgeous image from the Le Cirque Collection from Magnolia and some gorgeous papers from Maja Design.
I've painted Star Balloon Tilda with Distress Inks as always and added Stardust Stickles to her shoes, hat, dress and make-up and Glossy Accents to her balloon.
I have added some gorgeous lace from Craft Heaven and some pale pink roses. The ribbons are from my stash.