Make a wish… Happy Birthday!

Hello… I have a card “Make a wish… Happy Birthday!” It’s all about cupcake which I love! Birthday is all year round. Everyone need a birthday card to send. Do you have time to make yours?

Here is the card using Webster pages pattern paper – Petite Papers Collection Triple Pack -”Let’s Celebrate, All about me & Western Romance 6 x 6 double sided papers. Love this collection. I have die cut some cupcakes from this paper series and make this cup cake:

This card uses the fillable frame I additional stamp from papertrey ink to create this long shape inspired by Make It Monday #55 – Creating large frame with smaller frame Challenge. And I have also stamped onto Mat Stack 2 using plum pudding cardstock on top to create the focal image. Adding buttons top & bottom.

Thanks for looking!

One last thing, if you’re looking to get arts and crafts stuff and you’re on a budget check out these Amazon coupons for everything you might need.

Love,

Gladys

100 Proof press – all the best!

Hello! Today I have a card using 100 Proof press stamp : BINGO stamp and the cage! Here is the blog and the online shop. Do check them out!

Here is the card ‘all the best’ using the bingo stamp to stamp onto cream cardstock randomly. I get the idea from Echo park pattern paper ‘This & That’Graceful :

I have some fun stamping the background with Bingo stamp.  Love the effect on the cardstock as I have die cut using the vintage label spellbinder die and then impressed it with Mehndi Medallion from papertey ink.

For my card base, I used berry sorbet and die cut the edge with doily edger die from papertrey ink. Then use  gesso to paint it to give a rustic look to it. I have layered several vintage label using pattern paper from crate paper – Paper Heart. And stamped with Waltzingmouse Vintage Label 1 & Papertrey ink stamp.

As for the cage, I stamped and cut it out and tied it to the circle border created from 2 circle spellbinders.

Thanks for looking!

Don’t forget to leave some love to the rest of the designer here: Jennifer, Tracy, Alexa, Gerri.

Have a great weekend everyone!

Love,

Gladys

Monday Inspiration – diy flowers series

Hello Everyone, I am back with a post on Monday Inspiration – Thought I share some pretty do- it-yourself Flowers :) I love flowers. all types and colors!  Isn’t it so sweet! Here is the link to create some if you are interested!

I will go and make some lovely flowers! :)

Thanks for looking!

Have a great day ahead!

Love,

Gladys

 

Hey There You’ve been on my mind card…

Hey there! You’ve been on my mind… This card is created using My Mind’s Eye Card Sketch here: The theme is to use YOU.

 

Using the bicycle image from Everyday button bits by papertreyink. I stamped onto My Mind Eye’s Love Me collection and stamp Gelatins button stamp and add button to the wheel. Love this sweet image.

I have die cut the clouds image from the pattern paper and pop dot it up. I heart the idea of this heart shower:

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I decided to add them to my cards onto the clouds. First I poke some hole onto the clouds die cut and tie thread to it and paste some hearts onto it. So cute right! Love this idea!

Here is the sentiment of the card using Big & Bold wishes : Hey There! You’ve been on my mind.

Thanks for looking.

Love,

Gladys

True Love….

Happy Valentine Day to all! (: Hope you enjoy this day with your love one! Here is a card I created using this sketch from page maps: LOVE the little squares and the hanging heart. If you are out of inspiration, a sketch is the way to go! And also this is inspired by the February color challenge at Crate paper blog.

Here is my card “True Love”. I have die cut several square using the papertreyink – Take 3 die to cut the pattern paper from Paper Heart by Crate pattern paper. And also die cut the papertreyink –  tiny tags to cut out from coaster and stamp on it using pure poppy and light pink from memento ink.

The heart is a chipboard from Maya Road which I misted using Tattered Angel big apple. Use a white pen and put dash around the heart. I punched a hole and tied it with pink sorbet from The Twinery.

Thanks for looking.

Enjoy your day!

Love,

Gladys

My Mind’s Eye – Love Me cards

I thought I should share some cards using My Mind’s Eye – Love Me. Love this pattern paper line. I went crazy last weekend spending some time using Papertreyink Sketch Challenge here to create those cards. I am having so much fun stamping and die cutting. LOVE… Tell me which one you love :)

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#1 Sketch Challenge card – “You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and LOVE you” – Love this phase by papetreyink Simply Jane. This card base cardstock is using sweet blush/ pink. For the oval frame, I die cut raspberry fizz and stamp, heat embossed it with clear embossing powder. As for the silhouette, using the paper heart by crate paper I stamped the necklace and added crystal heart by Prima.

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#2 Sketch Challenge card  - LOVE. I love the clear embossing on the flowers called In bloom by papertreyink. I heart this flower stamp. It’s so detail which I love. The leaf is using paper heart by crate paper. The love is stamped using papertreyink Mega sentiment. What do you think?

#3 Sketch Challenge card: “HB2U” – It is well to have as many holds upon happiness as possible. Happy Birthday.” I heart all the banners used on this card.

#4 Sketch Challenge card :” I’m here for you” Created the flowers by using the Bloom builder #1 & #2 cut using felts and pattern paper from Crate paper & MME. And layered with white doilies.

#5 Sketch Challenge card: “Home is where the heart it” Using the Live Love Here die cut – house and the  the limitless oval layers.

Hope you like what i have shared.

Thanks for looking!

Have a great Monday ahead.

Love,

Gladys

More Valentine day inspiration cont…

Today is the last week of Valentine day… Valentine day is 2 more days to go! Have you done your Valentine day shopping for your love ones? If you require handmade cards, do visit me here for last  minutes shopping :) I have also created some Valentine day kit here for sale to create your own album.

First inspiration photo is create your very own pillow using heart shape applique. Love the colors! So pretty!

Beautiful diy felt Heartshape Wedding Bouquet. Love it! It’s so inexpensive and you can totally do it yourself. :)

I have always wonder how someone photograph heartshape on the photo! It’s so cool effect. Here is the direction how you can do it. Definitely in my to do list.

I heart this word LOVE… Isn’t it s pretty as a decor? You can do it in different wordings. Try it here!

How about a heart shape envelope? So cute and simple to do!

Happy Monday!

Love,

Gladys

 

I heart u – pattern paper version….

Cards for guys…. I usually made cards with girly theme… butterfly, flowers, rabbits etc…. I thought these cards are prefect for man – simple, stripe, polka dot and woodgrain. Simple and no fuss… What do you think?

I love the impression of alphabet onto the pattern paper stripe black & white. This pattern paper is from Crate paper – Portrait Collection. It create a subtle yet impressive image. I  & U using corksheet and a red cardstock heart.

Here is the wood grain pattern paper from Crate paper – Emma’s Shoppe. This got to be my favorite one of all. I love woodgrain! The I & U are die cut from black polka dot pattern paper and a red heart cardstock. Love!

The last card is using a vintage-y – yellow & grey polka dot pattern paper from Cosmo Cricket – Togetherness. I & U using kraft cardstock die cut.

Thanks for looking!

Love,

Gladys

 

Love Notes…

Love note card is created using Papertreyink Color Challenge using Ashley’s favourite color. I love layered cards :) esp. using sweet blush cardstock

This is my card set using 100 proof press – Fit for a Queen , papertreyink – Simply Jane & Waltzingmouse – Vintage label. I love the pattern paper from Crate – Paper Hearts! :) I can’t say enough of this paper!

Here is the close up of the card using alot of my favourite goodies. I have heat embossed the label image using white embossing powder. And stamped on pattern paper.

Thanks for looking!

Love,

Gladys