Sonntag, 27. November 2011
Samstag, 26. November 2011
I forgot to show you my shopping in Wiesbaden, Germany. A whole day, with good friends, lovely possibilities, money "squirreled" away for mounths and a LOT OF INSPIRATION!
So thank you to de Stempelwinkel, Creavil, Stempelfeeshop, Scrapbookcorner, Scrapbookstore, La Blanche and Reprint!
Freitag, 25. November 2011
Over at the SDC, they would like to see some creations for christmas but WITHOUT the traditional colours.
I stayed true to my beloved blue and made the background with acrylics and wet wipes.
The angel is a stampotique stamp, designed by Jill Penney.
The trees could have been a stampotique stamp, but it is made by the swedish company www.reprint.se .
And the little star is designed by Jo Copper-Sandon, from the Stampotique team.
I wish you all a nice weekend!
Mittwoch, 23. November 2011
This one is made for work.
I used newspaper, old star cut outs, numbers and some christmas stamps. We filled these "kremmerhuse" (kones) with some grass fibre and soon St. Nicolas will arrive with sweets for the children...
This is my entry to our art journal this time. The theme is "wet" and I added some wilderness to it. Wich prompt is it this time? Could it be the 18th? Don't know anymore, but it is nice to have something new to think about every 2 weeks...
Sonntag, 20. November 2011
This is my entry to simply less is more, where the theme this week is silhouttes.
I'm not a good card maker as I normally find myself using a kind of messy style and that is a thing you just DON'T DO on cards. But I love what I see on their blog and I thought I would like to try ...
The silhouette is a cut-out and the stamped text is a new one, just bought in Wiesbaden at the Kreativa Welt Bastelmesse.
Wish you all a great week!
Mittwoch, 9. November 2011
And this is this years adventskalender! I had some great fun trying to find different numbers to fit and it is always nice to find use for strange little things that I find everywhere... I will put this one on to liliths challenge for altering and decorating christmas stuff.
Hope you like it!
This summer my father taught me how to make these stars. I started making them in brass wire and then I painted them with black gesso. I think it is nice to see the brass shine through... and of course it's up to me to decorate them according to the season!