22 December 2013

Last minute Christmas wreath

Hello blogcreatures,

I always have a Christmas wreath on the front door. I never buy, because I can create pretty much anything. But this Christmas I made a simple pine cone wreath. Just in case there is some thieves... I got some pine cones from a friend. I had no idea what to create...until I realised I have no wreath. So here it is...

To make ths wreath , all you need to do:

  • cut out a big open circle. I used heavy chipboard.
  • place the pine cones around the circle and glue them on, using hot glue gun
  • to create the little santa : use one pine cone for the body, a small circle ball for the head. For the hat and scarf, use felt. You can draw the moustache and eyes , by using a black marker. 
  • paint the pine cones with some acrylic paint
  • finish off the wreath with a big double bow 
Happy Holidays 
Happy New Year ! 

15 December 2013

Make a tag

Happy Sunday, blogcreatures!

This is going to be the last blog post of this year. That means I'm gonna have new blog posts next year on January 1st! And I have wonderful news! So keep an eye on my blog. Until then I have one last creation to share. Lia Stampz has a new challenge for you. Make a tag.

I used: Snowman with star digi stamp. Adorable design. If you have or like Lia's designs please come and play along with us.

Until next year, enjoy the winter holidays with your family! Have a wonderful day and Happy Holidays blogcreatures!! Hugs!

07 December 2013

Quick fresh salad

Lollo rosso lettuce
red pepper
sweet corn
spring onion
red onion
sunflower oil

How to: Wash all veggies , cut them in fine pieces, except the lettuce and place them into a nice deep bowl.   To make the dressing place the : salt, sugar, honey, sunflower oil , vinegar and the juice from one clementine, into a jar. Put the lid on and shake the jar until everything is smooth. Pour the dressing over the salad and mix. 

05 December 2013

Napkin ring IAR

Morning blogcreatures,

Before I share my project today, I would like to thank IAR for giving me the opportunity to work with their amazing flowers. So proud to be the Guest Designer for this month.

If you don't know yet , there is a blog hop. Hurry up if you want to to participate. Back to my creation. I made a paper napkin ring. This is really quick and you can make them for your Christmas dinner table. All you need is cardstock, pattern paper and flowers.

The flowers I used:  LY1 / R19 / D1-79  all from IAR.

Thanks IAR again and hope you enjoy my creations. Have a wonderful day!

04 December 2013

Mad Hatter

Morning blogcreatures,

Today's the last challenge over at SDC for this year. But don't worry! Our challenges will get back to normal after winter holidays. The challenge is called: ANYTHING GOES! This is the best challenge ever. You can create anything you like but you must use Stampotique stamps to play along with us.

For this challenge, I made an ATC using Mushroom forest and  Mad hatter , both stamps from Stampotique.
Last but not least, welcome to the new Design Team members. Our Stampotique family is really creative. Must keep an eye on our challenge blog. Have a great day!

03 December 2013

Countdown to Christmas Advent Village

Hello blogcreatures,

Sometimes I don't understand why my american and english people have the Christmas tree up already....and is just the first week  of December. Where I live we only put the tree up on the Christmas eve day and take that off after January 6. Oh well , this is new to me. How about you? When do you start decorating for Christams?

One of my clients, asked for a Countdown  Christmas Advent. She really loved the Advent Village creation from the Craft Stamper December issue 2013 , created by Gail Milburn.

Above you can see my creation.  I'm really happy with the result. But if you want to make one yourself, be prepared. If you don't have the right dies and materials , this will take a while. Anyways, I had a good time making this for my client.  If you have any questions please let me know. Have a great day!

01 December 2013

I Am Roses “Tis the Season” Blog Hop

Hello blogcreatures,

WELCOME! to the I Am Roses “Tis the Season” Blog Hop. If you come from Donna's blog, then you are in the right place.

I'm so excited to be part of this amazing Blog Hop. As Guest Designer, I have the amazing opportunity to create beautiful projects using the IAR flowers. Trust me, they are stunning in real life. I made a cute Christmas glove tag. Perfect for your Christmas presents.

The flowers I used:  LY1 /  R19/  P41 , all from IAR

And there is a prize...
Here’s how for your chance to win:
  •     Hop along to each of the Designers’ blogs and be sure to comment on their individual "Tis the Season” Blog Post
  •     There are 2 HIDDEN BLOG CANDY PRIZES up for grabs in TWO of our Designers’ blogs!
  •     Commenting along the way highly increases your chance of winning the prize package.
  •     Comments will be CLOSED on 11:59pm PST on Sunday, December 7th
  •     We will be randomly selecting 2 winners from the comments on two of the blogs and will announce the winners on the I Am Roses Challenge Blog.

Next up is  Jo

Good Luck!


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