March 5, 2018

Cuddles – A Winnie & Walter card!

Hello everyone,

I will be sharing some projects using February released Winnie & Walter products this month on my blog as well as Winnie & Walter Blog. I received the products late and hence I am sharing my projects late as well.

Today I am featuring a brand new stamp set from Winnie & Walter released last month. This set is called Dog-Gone Cute stamp set. The stamp set also has coordinating cutaway.

Here is how I made this card.

  1. Background panel is die cut using die from Essentials: Audrey Cutaway. Then sponged with the new distress oxide inks in the colours: Tattered Rose, Squeezed Lemonade and Shaded Lilac. Added clear water to get texture on the sponged panel.
  2. I stamped and coloured the images from Dog-Gone Cute stamp set using copic markers and die cut them using the coordinating cutaways.
  3. I die cut the sponged panel using In a Word: Cuddles cutaway and made a shaker element out of it. I saved the cuddle die cut for another card. The shaker element is filled with sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.
  4. I adhered the die cut images on top of the cuddles shaker element using foam adhesives.
  5. The secondary sentiment from the same stamp set is white heat embossed on black cardstock, trimmed and adhered below the cuddles shaker element using foam adhesive.
  6. I embellished the panel with some sparkly clear sequins.
  7. The completed panel is adhered on a cream card base.

Here are some closeups of the card.

I adore the images from Dog-Gone Cute stamp set. I am a dog person. So this stamp set is my favourite in the release last month. All the supplies used to make this card are listed below.


Hope you like this card. Drop by next time to see what I share next.

March 2, 2018

Another Birthday Card!


Hello friends and welcome back to my blog.

I am so happy that I am able to share more on my blog. Almost one per day for past couple fo weeks. Hope this streak continues. Today I am sharing another birthday card using some new Altenew products.. I have used Altenew’s Happy Bloom stamp set, coordinating dies and the Watercolour Stripes stencil.

Here is how I made this card:

  1. For the background, I have used Altenew’s Pocketful of Sunshine ink cube set to ink up the Watercolour Stripe Stencil. I love the bright yellow in ombre colour. I trimmed the panel to 4″ x 5.25″ in side and adhered on a Fog card base using foam adhesive.
  2. Then I stamped the big cluster image from Happy Bloom stamp set on Neenah white cardstock panel using Simon Says Stamp intense black ink. I also stamped the three flowers and two small flowers as well on another panel to colour.
  3. I coloured all the images using copic markers.
  4. I die cut the individual flowers using the coordinating dies and hand cut the big cluster of flowers.
  5. The sentiment also from stamp set is stamped on the banner of the flower cluster using versafine onyx black ink using MISTI.
  6. I glued the big cluster of flowers on the top of the striped background and the individual flowers on top of respective flowers on the cluster using foam adhesive for added dimension. The smaller couple of flowers I just tucked into the sides to add more to the cluster.
  7. To tie in all the black outline and sentiment, I added Onyx sequins in 6mm and 4mm from Pretty Pint Posh.

Here are some closeups.

I love the bright spring colours especially the yellow ombre background stripes. All the supplies used to make this card is listed below.


If you like to bookmark my card on your Pinterest board, here is the image for you.

Thanks so much for stopping by again. Hope you are enjoying my cards recently.

March 1, 2018

Happy Birthday!

Hello and welcome back to my blog. Cannot believe we are already in the month of March! Where did February go? Time is flying a tad too fast for my liking. Anyway, I have a birthday card to share today. My most used cards are birthday cards. I make lots of them and still run short of it. Here is a colourful one using Simon Says Stamp’s Cosmos background stamp set.

here is how I made this card:

  1. I stamped the Simon Says Stamp Cosmos background stamp on fog cardstock panel using MISTI and Simon Says Stamp Intense Black ink.
  2. I coloured the flowers using PolyChromos pencils. These are from Faber Castell. I chose to do rainbow colours because I love rainbows.
  3. I went over the outline of the images with black colour polychromos pencil. Yes I went over the details as well. I am crazy sometimes lol!
  4. For the shadow effect, I outlined the image using grey pencil as well. Takes a bit of time outlining the images. Yes I am mad! lol!
  5. I die cut this panel using the largest of Simon Says Stamp Postage Stamp Edge die.
  6. Then I added white details on the centre of the flowers using Sakura white gelly roll pen.
  7. For the sentiment I white heat embossed the bigger and smaller sentiments from Stained Glass Love stamp set on black cardstock and die cut the bigger sentiment using the coordinating die. The smaller sentiment, I just trimmed.
  8. I adhered the background panel on a white card base and the sentiments on the centre of the background panel using foam adhesives.
  9. Moonshine Confetti to embellish the card.

Here are some closeups

All the supplies used to make this card are listed below.


If you like to bookmark my card on your Pinterest board, here is the image.

Hope my card has inspired you. Thank you very much for stopping by!