Monday, 21 March 2016

Smile Card

So for todays blog post I just wanted to do a simple, fresh card, that makes some one smile.

I die cut all the Thinlits dies out of white smooth card, and the Bigz die out of plain coloured paper. I trimmed about an inch of the right edge. In the inside IU attached a strip of green paper. Then I attach the trim on the right edge.
I then layered the flowers together and add them to the card.
Finally I stamped the message using black ink.

Simple, but hopefully will make some one smile.


Monday, 7 March 2016

Hello Lovely card!

Last month I got one of the hottest products in the craft market, Tim Holtz new Distress Crayons for Ranger. I couldn't wait to get a play, so here you have the results.

Aside from the Distress Crayons, I used my Big Shot machine, Sizzix Thinlits Die Set 2PK - Tribal Borders #660502Craft Asylum Tribal Adventure Clear Stamp Set, Sizzix Thinlits Die Set 3PK - Winter Wishes
#660882, as well as black pigment ink, clear embossing powder and smooth white card.

I started by applying a generous stripe of each of the rainbow colours on to a white smooth card, making sure that the colours overlapped.

Using a broad water brush loaded with plain water, I brushed over the lines to blend them.

Using the straight trim I die cut five strips.

I then glue them to the card.

The intensity of the the colours of the crayons stands out against the white card.

I die cut the sentiment, then pressed the ink pad across and emboss it using clear embossing powder and heat embossed it using a heat gun. I did two layers of embossing powder to create a really glossy three dimensional effect.
Then I stamped the messages from the tribal stamped set and emboss them using clear embossing powder. Then I cut around them and add them to the card using foam pads.

I hope you like it!


Monday, 22 February 2016

Tribal stamped card

I am back with one of my favourite stamping type of cards which is to create a colourful wreath perfect for the spring.

I used only the Craft Asylum Tribal Adventure Clear Stamp Set, an acrylic block, inks and buttons. Very simple but quite full of colour and pretty shapes.

I first draw a 4" circle (you can use a die cut circle, a little plate...) and then I stamped first the larger flower three times, then the second largest flower, and so on until the whole wreath was complete. 

Finally I added the sentiment, the little hearts and glued the buttons.

I hope you like it!

Monday, 8 February 2016

A stamping resist butterfly

Another crayon card!

I used:

Embossing ink pad
Wow Clear embossing powder
Heat gun

Water soluble crayons 
Square card

For this one, I simply stamped the butterfly from the Craft Asylum All the Pretty Things Clear Stamp Set using an embossing ink pad. Then I sprinkled Wow Clear embossing powder over it and melt it using a heat gun. Once it cooled down I just scribbled three different coloured crayons.
Using a generously wet brush and blended the colours together.
Finally, once completely dry, I added the sticker from the Best Friends Embellishment Set.

Monday, 25 January 2016

A messy clean card

Here I am with a messy clean card.

To make it I used a water soluble Fuchsia crayon (there are a lot of different ones out there, any will do as long as they are water soluble). I scribble three circles in the front of the card. then with a wet brush I blended the colour roughly.
Using white card I die cut the flowers from the Bountiful Botany set and attached them to the front of the card. Then I added the Label, buttons and brad from the Best Friends Embellishment Set.

Very quick and fun to make!

Monday, 11 January 2016

Best friends card by Paula Pascual

Happy New Year!
Today I am sharing a simple winter card perfect for January.

I have used Craft Asylum Best Friends Embellishment Set, a white square card and pink glitter.

I attached doubles sided adhesive sheet to the top right corner of the card. Then, following the angle I started adding ribbon (from the embellishment set), leaving small gaps in between. 
Once the whole area was covered, I sprinkled the glitter over it, so it only attached to where the adhesive is exposed.
Finally I added the two tags and button also from the embellishment set.

I love the mix of textures of the ribbon and glitter. The cool colours from this lovely collection makes it perfect for a winter greeting.

I hope you like it too!

Monday, 28 December 2015

Stag head Home decor by Paula Pascual

Today I am sharing a very simple project but I think its great for many rooms.
Its a simple embroidery hoop with a die cut element in it.

I used 

I simply Iron the Heat n Bond to the back of the red cotton fabric and let it cool down. Then i die cut the stag head and iron it to the whit cotton.
I then placed it on the embroidery hoop and trim any white excess.

It took little time but makes a lovely all year round decoration!

i hope you like it.