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Friday, 28 April 2017

Jeans Tilda and Nordic Trees

Hello!

It's Friday and it's again my turn to share some inspiration with you! 
For this creation I used Dutch Doobadoo MDF  Nordic Trees set.  If you like them they are available for orders at Noor! Design U.K. shop,
I think that it's perfect as a paper holder. I love it!!!!





Design papers used are from Pion Design - Where The Roses Grow collection and the pink one from Maja Design Sofiero collection.
These cute Jeans Tilda and Bunnies are from the newest Easter box collection and from Spring Time collection available for pre-order and order at  Noor! Design U.K. shop. 


The image is coloured with distress Inks.
I used:
skin - tattered rose, vintage photo
cheeks - worn lipstick, victorian velvet
hair - ground espresso, walnut stain, black soot
shirt and shoes - victorian velvet, pumice stone
jeans - weathered wood
bunnies - pumice stone, black soot

I add some half pearls, Gesso and Petite Double Ruffled Trim for finishing...
Hope I inspired you!

Happy crafting!
Hugs, Barbara GR

The products used can be ordered in the Noor! Design U.K. webshop:

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Milton with Gifts

I just LOVE the look of pastels and distress inks so for this card I put them together with Maja's newly released Sofiero papers.  I cut my shaped card and then started layering all my dies.  I know I've said it before but I'll say it again, that Marinne doily die cuts so beautifully it's just effortless when all the cut pieces fall away from it.  I also used Joy's "Let's Party Balloon's" and behind the image is Joy's "Oval Frame".  That one has always been one of my favorite's.   


How sweet is that bear?!!!  That's Milton with Gifts from Wild Rose Studio and you might be able to tell that I added some glitter to all the bows on the gifts.  Loved coloring this with my distress inks, so cute!


I tied a shabby bow and hung a couple of heart swirl charms from the bow.


I've made a couple of Rosy Owl Foamiran flowers and after adding my stamens plopped a big fat pearl right in the center that I had in my stash from a costume necklace my sister had but never wore. ha ha ha!  I put a wax cord bow under another WOC english rose flower.


Well I hope you like my fuzzy cuddly bear card!  Again, if you find something you like that's out of stock just send an email to Tracy and she might be able to help you.
crafteezee@gmail.com

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful weekend!
Hugs,


The products used can be ordered in the Noor! Design U.K. webshop:

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Wishing you a lifetime of Happiness.

Good Morning.

As it is Wednesday, it is my turn to show you some inspiration using some gorgeous embellishments from Noor Design UK. Believe me, there is so much gorgeousness in Tracy's shop.

I shall be eagerly awaiting the Postman this week. It is my birthday on Saturday and Russ transferred some money into my account so that I could order lots of goodies from Noor Design ready for Saturday. I have asked him if he would wrap each item individually - I won't tell you his answer!!! I will be like a kid in a sweetshop.

On to my card.

The beautiful papers are by Maja Designs Sofiero collection.


The gorgeous chipboard is from Scrapiniec and is the Grapevine Oval Frame 01. The sentiment is from a sentiment set from Little Darlings.


As always, I have added lots of gorgeous flowers. The large white flower with the added pearl and diamante embellishment and the two smaller pink flowers which have the added stamens have been made using Foamiran and Rosy Owl dies.
Winding through the flowers is the pretty Pearl Cascade. The Lace is also new to the store and this one is called Elenor.


I am loving adding the bronze embellishments to my cards. They offer such a gorgeous contrast and dimension to the pretty flowers. The leaves are so bendable.
Just underneath the butterfly is one of the gorgeous new dies available in the shop from Fantasy. There are so many on my wish list.


Thank you all for stopping by today and for your lovely comments.

See you soon.
Hugs Sharon. x