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Simple things

Will always be my favorite.  I love a card with lots of white, a touch  of colour and using a few dies:)
A few weeks ago Judith and Miranda were here. A fun day filled with lots  of chatting, laughing and spending  time together.  Judith brought a few dies  from Alexandra Renke along.  I immediately fell in love with  the simple and definitely stunning design. I didn't finish the card until yesterday.  I am just not productive when I'm crafting  with friends; we are always running  out of time:)
At first I wanted to add all kinds of things. But during the process of making this card nothing  could please me. In the end I decided to use the  die cuts and added a sentiment:



I have lots of ideas for this  years' christmas cards in various designs.  But I really like this simple design.  I didn't even add a piece of twine LOL!  And there are more christmas cards  coming soon:)



Thanks for stopping by; enjoy your day...
Stella

Supplies Bazzil Cardshoppe Marsmallow white Dies are from Alexandra Renke Bann…

City Crafter #335

Good morning:) 

It's my turn to host this weeks' 
challenge at theCity Crafter
I am asking you to create a Halloween project.



(source)
Or If you are not into halloween 
you can create a project  and use the word
"Hello"
I split the word Hallo-ween because
  "Hallo" is Dutch for "Hello" :)

We arehaving Sarah  as our Guest Designer.
She is a multi talented crafter! 



Pumpkins are part of the Halloween celebration:




I didn't colour the pumpkins and  stamped a border. That's all:



You can see more projects from  Sarah and the other team  members onour blog. I am looking forward
to your take on this weeks'theme! 

Thanks for stopping by!

Stella


Supplies:
Bazzil Cardshoppe Cardstock
C.C. Designs Pumpkin stamp
PTI OMbred builder stamp
Versafine Onyx BlackStiched square die from Crealies
Sequin

Birthday cards

Good morning :)
Geesh we had a lot of rain and autumn defintely has arrived! Time to stay inside and keep myself busy in my craftroom:)
I made two birthday cards and used one stamp set and the  coordinating dies. It's funny to see how these cards turned  out different. On my first card I used the stamps and on  my second card the coordinating dies:





The first one is quite feminine:



But I think the second one is perfect  for a masculine birthday card.  The little silver garlands were a gift  from my dear friend Ros


Thanks for stopping by;  enjoy your day! Stella

Supplies: Bazzil cardstock from Bij Oma Dee Stamps & dies: Papertrey Ink  Ink: Papertrey Ink Lemon Tart, Sweet Blush & Raspberry Fizz



Lift Challenge #109

Good afternoon....
With more time and enough inspiration  I made a few cards. The first one to  share is based upon the Lift Challenge:



We're supposed to add a transparent  part and stick to the sketch.
I used a flourish die in a soft shade of  blue and added a strip of yellow gingham  to add some contrast. 



The embossed background is simple.  I used two embossingfolders with  dots in different sizes. The sentiment was placed  on the inside of my card  behind the mica sheet: 



Thanks for stopping by! Stella

Supplies: Bazzil CardshoppeMarshmallow & Icy Mint Mica sheet SU flourish die MFT gingham paper Sentiment from PTI

City Crafter #334

Hello!
It's Tuesday and there's a new challenge  at the City Crafter. Today Kirsty is our host
and she picked a sketch challenge.

Create a project based upon this sketch:



(sketch by Kirsty)


This week we are having 
Shanias our Guest Designer.
you can see more of her fab creations on her blog.

I needed a gift tag and 
came up with this:




My favorite colour palette  and  various stamp sets:



Looking for inspiration?
You can see more projects from 
the other team members and
 Shani onour blog.

Thanks for stopping by!
Stella

Supplies Paper: Bazzil Cardshoppe Marshmallow Stamps: Various SU stamp sets Ink: SU Soft Sky, Baja Breeze and Island Indigo

City Crafter #333

Good morning!
It's time for a new challenge
 at the City Crafter. Marina picked the theme:
"Did I make you up?".
And asks us to feature something 
that may not really exist.
 For example:
 a mythological creature 
or a hidden element.



(source)

I went with something that 
does not really exist;
a smiling cloud and smiling stars:)




A card for a newborn with a modern twist: 



We are having Gerdine  as our Guest Designer.
Gerdine is talented, very creative 
and has a modern style that I just love.
Just hop over to herblogto see it yourself! 
You can see more projects from 
the other team members and Gerdine onour blog.
Thanks for stopping by! Stella


Supplies

Patterned paper:
Crate Paper "Little You"
Bazzil Cardshoppe Cardstock

Dies:
Lawn Fawn (cloud)
MFT (stitched rectangle)

Stamps:
Face stamp from Crate Paper
Sentiment from Clearly Besotted

Other:
Wooden star



City Crafter #332

Hello and good morning!
It's my turn to host this weeks' 
challenge at theCity Crafter
I choose a photo inspiration:


(source)


Create a project inspired by the photo.
I went with the wreath and a touch of copper:




The wreath and berries are from Papertrey  Ink; one of the first sets I bought  and it's an all time favorite:) I stamped the sentiment with Versamark and  heat embossed it with copper embossing powder. CAS for an autumn birthday:



We are havingAgnieszka Kieler  as our Guest Designer. You can see more projects from 
Agnieszka and the other team 
members onour blog.

Thanks for stopping by
 and have a great day!
Stella

Supplies
Stamps:
Papertrey "Wreath for all seasons" Dies: MFT stitched rectangle die Ink:
SU Sahara Sand
SU Real red
Versmark
Other:
SU Copper embossing powder
Wooden heart from my stash