Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Pretty Little Studio - Thank you card

Hello everyone! It's time for Pinterest Inpiration at Pretty Little Studio and this is the image we're using today.

We don't celebrate Thanksgiving overhere, so I don't have any pictures to work with for this theme. I decided to go for a thank you card for a friend of mine to show how thankful I am for our friendship. I used white cardstock for the base and placed a smaller piece of the Gold Mine Wishes paper on top of it. On top of that I made a cluster of a journaling card, tickets, flair, clear shapes and vellum strips.

Products Let's Go collection: Pocket Cards Portland | Vellum Strips | Clear Shapes Pacolet | Flair Florence | Tickets Define Travel
Products Gold Mine collection: Wishes paper

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Friday, November 20, 2015

Pretty Little Studio - Let's Go Places

Hello everyone! Today I have a project to share for the Feature Friday at Pretty Little Studio and this time we're putting geo tags in the spotlight. I think geo tags are some of my favorite embellishments, of course they go really well with all kinds of travel pages I make, but they easily fit in everyday subjects as well.

I decided to not go for the obvious, a travel layout, I've made a card today. It's time to think about our next travels, so I'm going to send this card to my travel buddy. I used a piece of white cardstock for the base of this card and covered it with one of the Let's Go vellum sheets. Then I made a cluster with one of the journaling cards, along with a note cut out, some clear shapes and a flair button. I added a sentiment with the Tiny ABC Ocean Blue.

Products Let's Go collection: Let's Fly Navy vellum | Pocket Cards Portland | Flair Fresno | Clear Shapes Pacolet | Cut Out Tags New York notes | Tiny ABC Ocean Blue

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Saturday, November 14, 2015

Paper Issues - Cut it Up Saturday

Hello everyone, it's time for a new Cut it Up Saturday at Paper Issues today! I created an all Fall cut file for you this month: Leaves are falling. You can dowload it for FREE overhere in the Paper Issues store.
I'm not really a Fall or Winter fan, I need hot temperatures, but I do enjoy all the pretty colors during Fall season. Last week me and my friend took some pics while throwing leaves around and I used one of these pics on this layout. After cutting this file out of white cardstock, I watercolored the leaves. All papers and embellishments are from the Pink Paislee Memorandum collection.

We can't wait to see what you'll create with this cut file. Link up your projects overhere in our November challenge album on Facebook and you might be our lucky winner of a $10 gift card to the Paper Issues store.

Thank you for stopping by today and have a creative weekend!

Friday, November 13, 2015

Um Wow Studio - Caught by the waves

Hello everyone, today I'm sharing a new layout created for Um Wow Studio. I used a variety of their chipboard elements and flair buttons along with the Amy Tangerine Finders Keepers collection. The picture I used for this layout is taken at the beach of Seaside FL during my travels last September. There were not many waves that day, but I should have known that when you don't expect it, one is going to get you!

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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Paper Issues - Tulip field

Hello everyone! During the Paper Issues Fall Crop I revealed a new FREE cut file, you can find it overhere in the Paper Issues store.

I used the sequin background cut file for this layout and backed up all cuts with papers from the Amy Tangerine Finders Keepers collection. I love how background cut files can do so much for a layout. All other papers and embellishments are also from this same Amy Tan collection. This picture is taken at Madurodam, a touristic attraction in my city where my niece loves to go to every time she's with me. Tulips are so typical for my country, that I was happy to see the bicycle paper in the Finders Keepers collection, as bicycles are also a Dutch thing. Sometimes things just come together like that.

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