I heart u

Joining in this week at Retrosketches # 121. I have been holding the pattern papers on this card for some time and was glad to put them in use in today’s project.

I used stamps from Mama Elephant  and cloud vellum die cut from Papertrey Ink. Using a quick copic and promarkers coloring in the angel, I fussy cutting them to be my main focal image on this card. I added some gray pearls as accent and button for texture.




I’m also entering this card in Papertake Weekly Challenge, Anything Goes and

Through The Craft Room Door Challenge, Anything Goes.

Spreadin’ a little love

I love this Mama Elephant stamps set called Cosmic Stars. The images actually represents zodiac sign but can be used also in a lot of different things like this. I stamped three images and colored them with watercolors. The sentiment is also from Mama Elephant’s Everyday Greetings.

I added a pattern paper and embossed the card base for texture.

For the card sketch, I used Retrosketches #118 sketch.




I’m also entering this card to these challenges:

Pile it on # 23, Use some patterned paper  

Totally Gorjuss Challenge # 239, Embossing


Just meow-zing

Today, I got the chance to use the Clever Kittys stamps from Some Odd Girl. There are a lot of pretty character stamps from SOG but I only have this kitty stamp to try out now. I stamped the image into a pattern paper then fussy cut both the cat and the mouse. I also added some buttons and enamel dot.

I used the card sketch from Retrosketches # 117.




I’m also entering this card to:

Stamping for the Weekend, Anything Goes challenges

Sister Act Card Challenge, Challenge # 60, Anything Goes.

Keep Calm and Carry On

Last week, I tried watercolors in my card project, and today, I’m using one of the sample watercolor background that I did last time, now to this card.

I have seen great inspirational quotes and I read the ”Keep Calm and Carry On” somewhere and noted them on my little notebook to use for later. So here it is now, just perfect for this week’s Retrosketches challenge # 115 sketch.

All stamps and papers are from Sarah Hurley. The small stamp set on the kit fits so nice to add some design to a plain background. I white embossed the little leaves, doodle circle and the heart. I also added some enamel dots to add some more colors in the white card base.




Supplies used:

I’m also entering this card to

Through the Craftroom Door, Anything Goes.

Word Art Wednesday, Challenge # 133, Anything Goes.

Best wishes

I recently got a parcel full of crafty goodness from Sarah Hurley. Today, I had the chance to use some of them.

Since I love the butterfly in the pack and the dimension it gives to a card project, I used one of them here. I also added the gold leaf for some spark.  The papers are just gorgeous and  I love the fun feel it gives to this best wishes card. The sentiment is from Sarah’s Sentiment stamp set.

I used the card sketch inspiration from Retrosketches # 114.




Remember,   there’s an ongoing challenge  this month,  Anything Goes challenge at the Sarah Hurley 365 blog. Better to check out the blog too for some inspiration.

I’m entering this card to at:

Scribble and Scrap, Anything Goes challenge

The Tiny Fairy Tales Challenge, Butterfly

You are amazing

A new challenge is up at the Sarah Hurley365 blog. This month’s theme is “Anything Goes“.

I used Sarah’s Be Mine scrapbooking kit for my card. I love the colors on this kit and I have used the same in some of my other card projects. For the heart, I cut it from the Snip N Stick embellishment sheet from the same kit. For my sentiment I used Sarah’s Block Alpha stamp that I embossed in white, while the typewriter stamp is from the Be Mine stamp set.  

Love that typewriter too. We used to have one back in the days and I remember ours to be well used and well loved.



I used a sketch from Retrosketches # 113.


I’m entering this card to these challenges too:

Crafty Sentiments Designs, Anything Goes

Crafting from the Heart, Anything Goes

You brighten my world

Happy Friday!

Joining in again this week at Retrosketches # 112. I used the sketch inspiration to join also in CASology challenge: Week 93- Electric challenge.

The CASology cue card is just fit for the  stamp I won from Ali Edwards before, so glad to use them again today. I stamped the lamp with Butterbar yellow  ink from Simon Says stamp while I white embossed the main sentiment. I die cut lower zigzag paper with Paper Smooches notebook die.


Week 93 - Electric



I’m also joining in

ABC challenges – K is for Keep it Simple

lots of love

Some crafty time today so I can join in some fun card challenges.

Just to remind you also, the April Challenge – to use Stitching at Sarah Hurley365 challenge is up until 27th April.

With the theme challenge in mind, I also applied faux stitching along the border of the main frame. I also stitched the diecut button directly on paper. You can visit the challenge blog too to see great card creations from the DT and other participants.

I used Sarah Hurley papers from her scrapbooking kit, along with Sentiment stamp and sequins stamp from the Documented365 kit.  My main image, typewriter is from Sarah’s Be Mine scrapbooking kit.

I used the card sketch from Retro Sketches # 111.




Entering this card to these challenges also:

A Random Fan Challenge # 7, Anything Goes

Fan-Tastic Tuesday Challenge # 32, Anything Goes


Joining in this week in Retro sketches #110.

I used Sarah Hurley‘s A Few of My Favourite Things Neopolitan Kit.  Love the soft neutral colors of the papers so I decided to use them in a clean and simple wedding card. I added some pearls to complement the colors and a lace for a soft touch.

I also stamped the last end of the triangle piece with Sarah’s sequins mini stamp from the February Documented365 kit.





I’m also entering this card in

The Paper Nest Dolls Challenge # 8, Anything Goes

My Besties Norge Challenge # 16 – Ribbon and/ or Lace

Scribble and Scrap Challenge # 15, Anything Goes.