If you’ve been following me since the beginning, you might know that I have a particular affinity towards doing revamps (examples here, here and here). I recently did two more such projects – a sunglass case and a small aluminium trunk. Revamped Tribal Print Sunglass Case This is what it was… …and this is what I … More Pop-Art and Prints
I finally got some gold embossing powder, and I’ve been using it liberally in different (unfinished) cards. Though I (naturally) gravitated towards using it with bright colours like maroon and navy blue, it also seemed to work well with this pastel card. (Sorry for the bad pictures though…camera just didn’t cooperate and I was in … More Birthday in Pastels
Can we just take a moment to acknowledge the absolute BEAUTY of lace border stamps?! Bliss. Thank you Itsy Bitsy! Simple card, and used my pigment inks after so long! #yaaass
Sometimes, you just need to cut out a butterfly shape you like, and then use some gloriously bright glitter pixie dust to cover it. Patented stress buster \m/ AND SO SPARKLY OMG.
Hello all! I think it’s time I posted some of my work here again. And what better than an old card that I simply forgot to show you guys? Me and my fabulous absent mindedness. It was a birthday card for a friend, a gate fold card, with a napkin fold card inside. Predictably, I … More Another Birthday card with Banners and Pennants
It was my dad’s birthday in July, so I obviously made him a card. It’s a standing easel card, with some pattern paper and, my favourite, a kirigami paper bow. Yes, Bonny is what my parents and family members call me. Stop smirking. I did mess up the Mod Podge Dimensional Magic on the middle … More Happy Birthday Baba!
I am quite pleased with the Mother’s Day and Father’s Day cards I made this time. For the Mother’s day card, I made good use of my fairly new Martha Stewart border punch. I’m in love with this cute little owl! Look at those eyes! Eeep! And finally getting a hang of heat embossing and … More Mother’s Day and Father’s Day Cards