Sweetie Kids & Vintage Steampunk Cards

Wowwww. ladies new fascinating releases and all over inspiration cards for you.

Katrine Vindfallet
 was working with my Sweet Kids CS,to create this amazing and all over so adorable card,,,,,I am falling in love with this kind of cards.
Card .Bag by Katrine Vindfallet

And here are some previous works with the adorable kids:



And if you prefer to color by yourself:

Tracey used one of my latest sheets ( Mother Goose by Grace Drayton DSL)  :For my DT project this week i have used a sweet image from Nicecrane Designs and coloured with promarkers,I used papers from my stash and made flowers to match using punches,,the edge punch is from american crafts,butterflies are a sizzix embosslits die,flourishes are by memory box,ribbons and pearls,and pearl buckle are all from meilfower crafts.

And working with this sheet,,,,you can`t miss the work by Chrissy

This gorgeous image was supplied by NICECRANE for me to play with...so cute..Coloured up with my Faber Castell pencils and then I inked all over the image with Distress ink..'Old Paper'..The papers were MME 'Lost & Found 2..a 12x12 pad..
Finally another funny and so stunning card by Meihsia:

Adorable card by Meihsia

Enjoy my latest Children Release HERE:

Special Thanks to Tracey, Chrissy and Meihsia from Make it Monday Challenge DT

Woww,wowww Jenny was working with my Steampunk Sheets and she did this awesome and vintage Steampunk Cards,,,,so unique,, so vintage , so unnusual,,,,,,,I love each detail on these creations OMG.

Hi everyone and welcome. It's so good to have your company. Just to let you know I've got a few things to post this week, and today I'm kicking off with the first offerings - some steampunk inspired cards (that were photographed well before the snow hit!!)

Each of these were created using digital images from Nicecrane Designs (you might recognise the second one from a post by the wonderful 'Butterfly' HERE).

The genius thing about digital images is that you can resize them to match your requirements - in this case to fit beautifully inside the large die cut sprockets made using my metallic grunge paper recipe - and the bonus with these images is that they are black and white, so you can colour them however you want.

I didn't want to upstage these images too much, so having added Distress Ink/Stain colours to them I turned my attention to the backgrounds.

In order to work around the image without affecting it I used a Finnabair trick - drawing around each image with a pencil, deliberately smudging these lines to add some shadow.

I was then able to remove them and start splatting Distress Stains around.

The choice of background colours was determined by those used on the main images.

Stamps used included sets from Tim Holtz, Kanban and a freebie from The Craft Stamper.

These were complimented with various die cuts, metal bits and bobs and wooden elements from Crafty-Emblies (one of which was coloured with Metallic Distress Stains).

Also Shirley-Anne from Make it Monday DT did this amazing Steampun Card
  This fabulous image , which by the way is the spitting picture  of myself at my work bench in my room , is from Steampunk Girls  

Easter Creations & Women Fashion Pack

I must tell you
Peter Rabbit Page by Sandie Edwuards working with my
"Peter Rabbit Postage Stamps"
have been published on
I am showing you this sweetie page by Sandie and my adorable
product,,,,,,to create this kind of sweetie creations
Peter Rabbit Page by Sandie Edwuards

Peter Rabbit Magazine Page (Detailed View)
Click on the image for a larger viewand Here is my Postage Stamps:


I asked to Lori Hairston to create some sweetie Easter Card
enjoy watching her amazing work:Easter Rabbits for NiceCrane

Soft and sweet - that's what came to mind when I saw this darling image at Nicecrane Designs.

I knew it would make the sweetest Easter card.  The sentiment is a stamp from a new set at Paper Sweeties.  I ended up printing the image three times so I would have pieces to layer.

Here you can see the preview for the Vintage Easter Bunnies set with some of the other images too:

Some previous works with this collection by Lisa Minckler

Each rabbit is cut out with a spellbinders, a layer of UTEE applied over
each picture and then the edges were rolled in VersaMark and gold
 powder embossed as well.  All were mounted to a matching
die cut shape just a bit larger.  The backings were covered
in gesso and then painted over with cream and blue acrylic paint. 
Flowers and leaves are the additional embellishments as well as gold
Stickles and a ribbon handle to make the most adorable Easter ornaments.
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 Here's all the little Easter bunnies together


Lisa S.  was working with my  Sugar and Spice DSL 1 collage sheet and she did this so adorable
and unique card,,,,,,,,you can`t miss it:

Welcome to the new linky party at Make It Monday!

We are thrilled to be sponsored by Nicecrane Designs this week. The talented Ignacio offers digital images, collage sheets, backgrounds and so much more in his online store. I enjoyed working with this image which is part of the Sugar and Spice DSL 1 collage sheet. Here's a preview of more vintage images in this fantastic collection.
Previous works with this adorable sheet:

Vintage Tag by Wenche Jensen

Wenche told "I am not the color the most plunger pressure, so when you see for other solutions This idea I got fromKatrineev , when I saw she had printed black and white on the power board and saw how delicious it was. Below is my valiant attempt at the same . text stamp is branded Staz distributed by Global Hobby and Art . The stamp I have used here can be found on the set A greeting; motif from Nice Crane Designs and are printed on natural colored sheets before it is cut with dies from Spellbinders. , a lovely digital design from Nice Crane Designscomes from the collection of Sugar & Spice DSL In"

Do you need some inspiration???????
Stunning Card by Katrine Vindfallet

And here is my adorable Sheet used by Wenche:


Wenche was working with my "Women Fashion Save Pack"....to create a elegant and vintage Confirmation Card.....woww,,love these colors and the stunning flowers,,,,wowwww,,,,Thanks Wenche

Confirmation Cards
Confirmation Cards made out of a white paper bag; 

Previous Works by  Sandie Edwards  with these sheets
Its been a busy time in the creating department of late.  I was asked to be a Guest Designer for Nicecrane Designs, and thought it would be nice to combine the gorgeous images, with the beautiful dies available through Cheery Lynn Designs.  
The image is called 'Woman, Vintage, Fashion #1', and can be found 'HERE'.
 You can also see the Blog, 'HERE' for more inspiration.

The base of my card is built on the Mini Pearl French Flair Mega Doily Series, then topped with the French Pastry Doily. The corners of the Mini Pearl French Flair have been covered using the Lace Corner Deco E, which I cut slightly for a perfect fit.
The flower cluster was created using the MiniatureMediumand Large Rose - bending each petal into shape to form the rose.  I added a few little stamens into the middle for a more realistic appearance.  Leaves from the Build A Flower #2 were used beneath the rose, as well as the Flourish Leaf Strip.  The small flowers from the Build A Flower Embellishment #2 were adhered, and seed beads added to the centres of each flower to complete the arrangement.
The challenge over on the Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge Blogthis week is Halloween, so pop on over and see all the DT creations, and perhaps enter yourself.  You have a chance of winning a fantastic prize!

Women `s Fashion Pack
Complete Collection:

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