Saturday, 28 November 2015

Painted Winter Flowers

Hello everyone! I hope you are keeping warm and away from the rain. After such a mild autumn so far, this sudden change of weather was quite a shock to the system! Brrr... I hope it is so much nicer where you are! :). The positive side of this cold weather (if there can ever be one) is the fact that the proximity of Christmas feels much more real now lol. And with this in mind, I have a seasonally themed offering today.

Handmade Christmas card

I made a seasonal greetings card with a little twist :). Not everyone celebrates Christmas in cold, frosty surroundings (oh I would swap with them any day!) so I added some flowers to my frosty design :). Yep, that's topsy-turvy radical in my book! :)

Vintage hand stamped flowers

To find out all the details about this card, hop over to the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L's blog :).

sparkly ribbon

3D Foam Squares Regular – White. 3D Foam Snowflakes, Adhesive Sheets 6×12″, DODZ™ – 3D, Home & Hobby Extreme Double-Sided Tape – 1/2″ Permanent, E-Z Dots® Permanent Refillable Dispenser

Other supplies:
Stamps – Altenew Painted Flowers; Penny Black Beauty of The Season
Stampendous – Crystal Micro Glitter, Black Micro Glitter, kaleidoscope Embossing Powder
DecoArt Americana Dimensional Writer – White
Inks – Donna Salazar Mix’d Media Inx: Chiffon & Black; Evergreen Bough Distress Ink (Ranger); Faber-Castell PITT pens: Magenta, Pale Geranium Lake, Chromium Green, May Green
Sakura Clear Star pen
Paper: Fancy Pants Winterland

heat embossing with Stampendous embossing powders

This was certainly an unusual (for me) take on the ‘winter’ theme but I hope you approve :). Thank you so much for stopping by today and for any warm thoughts you’d like to share :).

Have a wonderful weekend, my friends!

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That Craft Place Ltd - Anything Goes Mixed Media

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Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Togetherness At Christmas

Hello lovely peeps! A very warm welcome to my newest readers and the regular followers, too! So happy to see you here :). My heartfelt thanks also for your lovely comments on my Vintage Santa card!

Today I am back with another seasonal make - this one celebrates Christmas as a time to be shared with your close ones. I hope you enjoy it! :)


Cling Christmas Love
Cling Magnolia Rose
Mixed Media White Paper

MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®


Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Adhesives by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: 3D Foam Squares, E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips, DODZ™ - 3D

Christmas Floral Picks and Embellishments, Ribbon by May Arts, Spellbinders Decorative Labels Thirty Four die, papers - Graphic45 Place In Time
Chameleon Color Tones Markers: YO3, YG3, GR3, OL3, BR2, RD4, BR5

1. Fold a 6" X 12" panel of red cardstock in half to form 6" square card base.
2. Distress the edges of a 5-7/8" square panel of patterned cardstock, adhere to the card front.
3. Stamp Magnolia Rose on white cardstock in Tuxedo Black ink and color as desired.
4. Run stamped cardstock through die cut machine to create interesting edges. Lightly brush sepia ink on edges to antique the stamped panel.
5. Adhere stamped panel to card front in lower left, apply adhesive 1/2 round jewels to area near the image.
6. Stamp greeting on a 2-1/4" X 3-1/2" panel of white paper and distress as for magnolia panel.
7. Adhere greeting panel to a 2-3/8" X 3-5/8" panel of red cardstock. Add tiny red jewels in bottom corners.
8. Adhere greeting to card front.
9. Create bow with May Arts ribbon and add parts of a sparkly floral pick to bow center and corner of card.
10. Adhere bow above greeting, add additional jewels to card as desired.

Thank you so much for stopping by today and for your lovely comments! Have a wonderful week my friends!

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Friday, 20 November 2015

Keep Calm And Hurry Santa!

Hello my lovelies! Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my previous post with my most exciting news ever! :)

I am really sorry for being such a bad blogger again! I am so overdue a visit to my favourite blogs - please forgive me, my friends. Life has been trowing some stuff at me again - some really good and some really awful. And in the whole mix of things I just haven't had much heart left for blogging. But I truly hope this sad spell will pass soon! 

I am just popping in today to share a card I made for Stampendous for the July 2015 stamp release. This week the DT are sharing some gorgeous festive makes with the big Santa vibe so I thought I would join, too. And yes, that's my first Christmas card blogged this season! Wow, it'll be Christmas before we know it!



Cling Classic Santa
Cling Keep Calm
Kaleidoscope Embossing Powder
Red Micro Glitter
Mixed Media Paper

MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®

VM001 Versamark™ Watermark Ink by Tsukineko®


DWDL3005 Holly Die
DWLL3005 Holly And Swirls Stencil

Plus:Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®

Adhesives by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips, 3D Foam Squares Regular - White, DODZ™- Medium, 3D Foam Snowflakes

Chameleon Color Tone Markers: RD4, BK4, YO3, CG8, NU1, NU3, BR5, OR4, GR3, PK3, PR4, BL3

Christmas themed patterned papers; green handmade paper, Martha Steward Doily Border punch; Crushed Olive Distress Ink by Ranger; Olive Green StazOn in by Tsukineko®; glitter brad and self adhesive pearls, May Arts ribbon.

1. Create an A5 card blank from kraft cardstock. Add a background panel from patterned papers 1/16th inch smaller on each side than the card blank.
2. Cut a panel 4.5" x 6.5" from a light/plain background paper. Stamp the Classic Santa image in the centre using black ink.
3. Sponge Crushed Olive ink through the Holly Stencil in the corners of the panel as shown.
4. Cover a handful of small foam dots from the 3D Foam Snowflakes sheet with Red Micro Glitter. 
5. Add the 'berries' to the stenciled holly leaves.
6. Punch a Doily Border along the left edge of the panel. Adhere the panel to the card.
7. Stamp the Classic Santa image again on Mixed Media Paper and colour in with Chameleon Markers.
8. Cover the image with embossing ink and sprinkle with Kaleidoscope Embossing Powder. Heat with the heat tool.
9. Cut the main oval image out and adhere to the card with 3D Foam Squares over the stamped frame - use the project photo as a guide.
10. Stamp the Keep Calm sentiment with Olive Green ink onto patterned paper, cut out and mat over green cardstock. Adhere to the card over 3D Foam Squares as shown.
11. Die cut holly leaves from handmade paper using the Holly Die. Crinkle, shape the leaves and adhere to the card as shown.
12. Add more glittered foam 'berries' to the holly leaves.
13. Finish the card with a ribbon bow, glitter brad and self adhesive pearls.

Thank you so much for stopping by today and if you'd like to see some more inspiration with the Big Fat Festive Fella do make sure to hop over to the Stampendous' blog! We're also hopping with Action Wobbles so bags of creativity and prizes are guaranteed!

Have a wonderful weekend everyone!

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Saturday, 7 November 2015

Craft Stamper December 2015 Issue And My Most Exciting News Ever!

Hello Friends! Just popping in to say that the awesome Craft Stamper December 2015 issue is out in the shops now and it's packed full of jaw-droppingly gorgeous projects!

And I am super, over-the-moon excited to say that I have a 3-page feature there with a trio of Christmas Lights! I am still jumping with joy clapping my hands like a small kid! It's always so humbling to see my work in print alongside some truly amazing artists :) :) :).

My Christmas trio is full of craftylicious goodness from Stampendous, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L and DecoArt - here's a sneak peak what to look out for lol :).

But that's not the end of the good news yet - yes, there's MORE!

The super talented artist and Editor of the Craft Stamper Trish Latimer recently asked me if I would like to join the Craft Stamper's DT gang! Whoa! I mean, whoa!!!!!!! How could I refuse the invitation to design for my favourite crafty mag ever???

I've been sitting on this news for quite some time now but I can finally share it officially - thank you sooooo much Trish for this fantastic opportunity!

I can't even begin to tell you all how overwhelmed and touched I still am and I hope you will look forward to seeing my projects in the future issues!

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Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Soulful Journaling In Autumnal Shades

November is always quite an emotional month for me, full of reflection and sadness, starting with All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day and throughout the rest of the month. I grew up in a tradition, as well as religion, where November is spent remembering the people who were so special in our lives but who are no longer with us... This is when I allow myself to dwell on how fragile and short life can be.

But November also brings me hope. Hope, that there is 'life after life'. That there's place where I will meet my loved ones once again.

This is a little journal page in autumnal colours of November about hope's feathers dancing in the wind like falling leaves...

Supplies:From Stampendous: 

Other supplies
TCW Mini Cubist stencil, DecoArt Americana acrylic paints (Bright Yellow, Bright Orange) Imagine Crafts StazOn Mini St. Valentine and Emerald City inks, Range Ink Distress Inks Rusty Hinge, Spiced Marmelade, Prima Marketing Color Bloom Soft Teal Spray Mist 

Instructions: 1. Create a background using acrylic paints, CP475 Creative Palette Rectangles and MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper.
2. Press paper partially onto the Creative Palette leaving some spaces white.
3. Lay the stencil onto the Creative Palette and cover with the paper again, pressing gently to transfer the paint into the gaps.
4. Lift the stencil off the CP. Lay it on the page with the painty side down. Rub down to transfer the paint onto the paper.
5. Allow to dry.
6. Fill in any white spaces with distress inks.
7. Stamp different feather images around the page. Stamp the sentiment in the middle.
8. Add simple borders by swiping an edge of a plastic loyalty card with Emerald City ink and dragging parallel lines along the edges.
9. Finish the page with random Soft Teal ink splatters. 

Thank you for stopping by today.

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Wednesday, 28 October 2015

On A Bed Of Moss And Berries, There Sleep The Woodland Fairies

Morning everyone! A very happy welcome to my newest followers - thank you so much for joining in! :).

Time for another post for Scrapbook Adhesives By 3L® and my today's offering is still very much in an autumnal mode. I really enjoy driving through roads lined up by old trees displaying their full autumnal glory. And I love watching the leaves flirtatiously dancing in the wind :). And the smell of the wood smoke from nearby fields and gardens... hmmm... I always think it's quite a romantic time of year. Would you agree?

Today I have a mixed media wall art for you to enjoy. This project was quite 'involved' so here you will find out more about the medialicious part of it, whereas over at Scrapbook Adhesives By 3L's blog I am focusing on the adhesive side of things :).

This altered shadow box was so much fun to make. It's full of textures, flowers and vintage flavour - I am really happy with the way it turned out :). Despite the fact that it evolved completely from the original plan - but which creative play doesn't? :)

My woodland fairy started its life as a little resin-plaster mask which I was hoping to decorate in a Venetian style with layers of frilly fabrics and lace. I bought this mask ages ago in a charity shop - it had some flourishes painted in bright colours and covered in glitter. But that wasn't the 'look' I was after so I decided to cover it all up with layers of base paint.

The picture above is to show you what the mask looked like before the big make-over :). Inspired by the autumn season I painted the mask yellow. I tried to add some fancy features to the mask with a stenciled butterfly. I also added some stenciling to the background. Click through to read more about the stenciling process and supplies I used.

At that point I thought the mask looked rather tribal and I couldn't find anything else in my stash to help me with my Venetian theme. So I took a different route altogether and decided to go with a woodland theme :).

The mask was going to become my woodland/tree witch. After painting my mask again the texture of the stenciled butterfly still showed through and it looked like little tree bark wrinkles, which I quite liked.

As I wanted the mask to look more like a face, I needed to find eyes for the empty eye sockets. After a long and unsuccessful hunt I decided to try to create the eye lids with my trusty DODZ™-3D. Let me tell you a secret - I can't live without my DODZ™-3D! This stuff is unbeatable in so many ways, waaaaay beyond its primary function of big glue dots :).

With a little help of texture paste to smooth out some parts, the DODZ worked perfectly! That's how my fairy became a sleeping fairy :).

I painted the face with Enchanted Chalky Finish paint (so appropriate for my enchanting fairy! lol) and then gave it a couple of washes with Quinacridone Gold and Dazzling Metallic paints. I rested the fairy's head on a bed of dry flowers, fruits, berries and faux moss (most have been rescued from old charity shop finds) and secured in place with lots of glue.

For the frame I first added heaps of Texture Crackle, layering it quite thick in places and I let it dry overnight. Next I chipped some chunks off, exposing the raw wood of the frame - I wanted to create an old, rough, chipped paint effect. I painted the frame with Enchanted, Coffee Bean, Country Red and Quinacridone Gold, wiping it off in places with a baby wipe. Then I misted it with White Linen and a DIY Gold Mica spray.

Finally I added some gold highlights with a Rub-N-Buff wax.


DODZ™ – 3D; Dodz™ XL; Quick & Easy Dual Tip Glue Pen; Pigment Powders: Gold, Pink, Brown (Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®), DIY Gold pigment powder mist


Color Wash ink sprays (Ranger) – Red Pepper, Butterscotch, Lettuce; Dylusions White Linen Ink Spray; Vermillion Archival Ink (Ranger)

DecoArt: Dazzling Metallics: Silver Sage, Oyster Pearl; Americana Acrylics: Country Red, Multi-Surface Satin: Muted Gold, Coffee Bean; Chalky Finish: Enchanted; Media Fluid Acrylic Quinacridone Gold; 

DuraClear Ultra Matte Varnish, Texture Crackle, Fabric Stiffener, Vintage Butterfly stencil

Dreamweaver Translucent Embossing Paste; wooden frame, resin-plaster mask, Gold Rub-N-Buff wax

Stampendous – Cling Vintage Letter; The Crafters Workshop Mini Chickenwire Reversed stencil

The cheese cloth head scarf wrapped around the face and the frame was first inked up and then soaked in the Fabric Stiffener.

I would love to know what you think of my Sleeping Fairy :). Please also check the stenciling and adhesive details over at Scrapbook Adhesives' blog - and I would really appreciate it if you had a comment to leave a comment over there as well :).

Thank you all so much for all your kind words - your comments are always so appreciated! Have a fabulous week my friends!

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Challenges for this project:
Country View Challenges #32 - Add some texture
JUG #316 - Hexagons
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Wrap It Up
Rhedd's Creative Spirit Altered Art Challenge October - Anything Goes
Fashionable Stamping Challenges #104 - Changing Seasons
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Throwback (inspired by Autumn is in the Air challenge)
Try It On Tuesdays - Lots of Layers

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Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Autumnal Wishes With Watercolour Brusho Background

Good morning Friends! Can you feel it? Yep, autumn is definitely here! To celebrate its arrival and the glorious colours it brings I decided to create this autumnal birthday card.

And as it happens, today over at Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L's blog I am sharing a step tutorial for this Autumnal Birthday Card

I'd love it if you found a few moments to check out my tutorial and if you do, please let me know what you think :).

3D Foam Leaves, Home & Hobby Extreme Double-Sided Tape - 1/2" Permanent, DODZ™ - 3D, DODZ™ - Small, Quick & Easy Dual Tip Glue Pen, Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Pigment Powders Gold and Brown

Other supplies:
Yellow and terracota cardstock, green patterned paper scraps, watercolour paper
Stencil - Designs by Ryn, Hibiscus

Rubber Stamp - Anita's
Spellbinders - Spiral Blossom One die (for the big rose flower); Martha Stewart Pine Branch punch
(Dylusions), Spiced Chai StazOn Mini (Tsukineko), gold permanent pen
Ribbon (May Arts), distressing tool, paper flowers, gems, water mister

Brusho crystals, Barn Door and Fired Brick Distress Inks (Ranger), White Linen Ink Spray, DIY pigment sprays (gold and brown)

Do you like my today's offering? This is the first time I played with my new Brusho crystals (a birthday pressie from my BFF). For more details on how I made this card be sure to check out my Autumnal Birthday Card Tutorial.

Happy Autumn/Fall everyone!

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Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Wonderful Watercolour
Vintage Stamping Challenges #37 - Use a die
JUGS #314 Trend Week - Use a stencil
Country View Challenges #32 - Add some texture
Fashionable Stamping Challenges #104 - Changing Seasons
Frilly & Funkie Challenge Blog - Autumn Splendor

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Friday, 9 October 2015

31 Days Of Halloween With Stampendous And Smeared Ink

Happy Friday everyone! Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my previous post with the Make A Wish Shaker Card.

In case you haven't heard where all the Halloween buzz has been coming from, it's all been stirred up by the folks at Smeared Ink!

For the whole 31 days of Halloween the Smeared Ink gang and their invited guests have been sharing heaps of brand spanking new Halloween inspiration every single day! Today is day 9 - so plenty has been shared already but lots still to come! So if you're lacking some spooky flair, you're sure to find it there!

And of course there are PRIZES!!! There will be scavenger hunts and heaps of prizes hidden all over the interwebs. These will all be given out by the folks at who are in charge of this event. And there will be a Grand Prize Drawing as well. Be sure to visit them to find out all about the prizes!

The team at Stampendous are also taking part in the fun so today is my turn to share something for your ghoulish delight! And here is my offering :).

Stampendous supplies:
Cling Skeleton Lady
Cling Damask Bats
Aged Wine Embossing Enamel
Media Paper White
Boss Gloss

Chameleon pens:
CG8, YO3, BV4, OR4, NU1, NU3, VO4, OL3, YL2

Adhesives by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: DODZ™ - Medium, DODZ™- 3D, E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips, Black Creative Photo Corners

Faux spider's web and spiders, Seedless Preserves Distress Ink, green patterned paper.

And here's what you need to do to make this card:
1. Create card blank from green cardstock.
2. Stamp Damask Bats onto green patterned paper with Boss Gloss. Heat emboss with Aged Wine Embossing Enamel. Repeat to create the background to the desired size.
3. Trim the background 1/16 inch smaller on each side than the card blank. Distress the edges with a paper distressing tool and adhere to the card.
4. Stamp Skeleton Lady in black onto White Media Paper and colour in. Trim the image to size.
5. Add black photo corners to the image and mat with black cardstock. Adhere to the card at an angle.
6. Spread faux spider's web around the card and secure with DODZ - Medium.
7. Randomly dab Boss Gloss around the card and sprinkle with Aged Wine Embossing Enamel. Carefully heat with the heat tool to melt the powders - make sure to only apply minimum of heat required as too much heat may melt the spider's web.
8. Finish the card with a couple of faux spiders.

I hope I've inspired your Halloween mojo to kick in :). Be sure to hop over to the Smeared Ink and Stampendous blog to check all the spookylicious Halloween makes that have been shared so far and stay tuned for more!

Thank you for stopping by today and if you'd like to leave a few kind words to let me know you've been - that would just make my day! :).

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Saturday, 3 October 2015

What, of This Goldfish, Would You Wish? Happy World Card Making Day!

Hello Friends! Thank you so much for the lovely comments on my previous post with this Grungy Birthday Card.

Today I am back to say "Happy World Card Making Day to all my paper crafting buddies"!

Can you imagine what the world would be like without handmade cards? I certainly can't! But if anything, it would be a very sad place, I think. So if we can have a special day to celebrate card making - I'm all for it!

To join the celebrations the Stampendous HQ have prepared a collection of the DT's fave cards that they've made & shared this year so far. The card I chose as my favourite of the year was this Sunflower Wedding Card. I adoooore sunflowers so this card kind of fell into the faves bag by default lol. Oh well!

Be sure to check out my DT Sisters' picks - you will be amazed to see what a wonderful and talented bunch they are!

But today I also have another card to share :). The theme for this card was inspired by the old Russian fairy tale The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish. 

The tale is about a fisherman who manages to catch a "Golden Fish" which promises to fulfill any wish of his in exchange for its freedom. I was quite surprised to find out that my British friends weren't familiar with this tale - as it's certainly a well known 'classic' in Poland :). 

With this card I decided to give my Golden Fish a nice fishbowl to live in. The fishbowl is actually a shaker made with 3D Foam Creative Sheets and acetate. Inside the bowl I have some lovely textured bubbles, corals and shells, mica fragments and sequins.

Supplies I used:

Cling Goldfish Pair
Cling Coral Tree
Cling Jumbo Spider Mum (retired)
Cling Build a Bouquet Set
Stack Art Cling Angel Wings Kit
Teal Mica Fragments
Jumbo Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
3D Pennants, DODZ™ – 3D, E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips, 3D Foam Creative Sheets, Adhesive Sheets 4×6″, 3D Thin Foam Squares – White

Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®; Paper: Prima Romance (Annalee Collection)
acetate, ribbon flowers, burlap, buttons chipboard alphas; ARMOUR Over’n’Over Sparkle Borders stencil, Spellbinders Labels Eighteen

Evergreen Bough & Wild Honey Distress Inks;
DecoArt: Snowtex, Americana Bright Yellow & Light Buttermilk paints;
Faber – Castell Whipped Spackle
Spectrum Noir alcohol markers: GT2, IB2, CG2, DG1, DG2, BG2, BG5, GB8, GB11, CT2, CT4, OR2, TB1, IG1, Blender pen
Liquid Pearls

I hope you enjoyed my today's offering - I would love to know what you think! If you'd like to make/share a wish, too, please do so - you never know, it may come true! :)

Have a wonderful 'cardmakingilicious' weekend!

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The Craft Barn #27 - Ocean/Fish
Country View Challenges #32 - Add some texture
Mixed Media Place Exercise #12 - Proverbs and Sayings
Fashionable Stamping Challenges #103 - Words
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
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Monday, 28 September 2015

Grungy Masculine Birthday Card

Hello my Lovelies! I hope you are all keeping well. Thank you so much for your heart warming comments on my previous happy news post - happy news feel so much happier too when they are shared, don't you think? :)

Just popping in to let you know that today over at Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L's blog I'm sharing this Grungy Masculine Birthday Card. I hope you will find a moment to check it out :).


Quick & Easy Dual Tip Glue Pen, Home & Hobby E-Z Runner® Grand Permanent Strips, Adhesive Sheets 4x6", Crafty Foam Tape - Black,

Other supplies:

Papers - Echo Park Times & Seasons; Tim Holtz Idea-ology Alphabet Soup Grungeboard
Hero Arts - Woodgrain Pattern stamp
Inks - Coffee Archival, Broken China, Brushed Corduroy Peeled Paint, Walnut Stain Distress Inks (Ranger Inks)
White and chocolate cardstock, brads, suede twine (May Arts), vintage metal plaque, faux moss.

Thank you for stopping by today and any kind words you'd like to leave - your comments are always so appreciated!

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