Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Graphic 45 
A Ladies Diary 
Secret Cards

Hello dear G45ers! 
Excited to share with you my project for 
this month a #G45VideoTutorial featuring
 the ever so gorgeous A Ladies Diary Collection. 
A Ladies Diary was the first ever Graphic 
45 papers I worked with when I started my
 scrapping journey. This is by far my FAVORITE
Graphic 45 Collection ever! I can simply not get
 enough of it! Today I have something special 
created called a Secret Card. I made two 
of them. Herewith the link for the video 

Herewith the Supplies and Instructions you 
may use to recreate such a project:

Graphic 45 Supplies used:
A Ladies Diary DCE
A  Ladies Diary Stamp IC0188
A  Ladies Diary Stamp IC0190
Large Tag, ATC Tag & Flower Metal Dies
Metal Brads

Other Supplies:
Various other Dies 
Watercolor Paper
Chipboard Pieces
Ranger Embossing Powders:
(Black, Copper and Blush Pearl)
Black and Peach Cardstock
Rose Gold Mirror Board
Eyelets and Rhinestones

Cut a 6x6 card from black cardstock.
Score the card in three sections each
measuring 7.5 cm.Cut the middle section
 into 4 slits each measuring 3.5 cm.

Cut 2 pieces from watercolor paper each
measuring7 cm x 15 cm. Insert these
in opposite directions of the slits.

Stamp images onto the watercolor paper.
 Tip: Make sure that the pieces are inserted
before stamping to ensure that the stamped 
image is visible when opening  the card.

Add a Velcro dot to the chipboard element.
This is to keep the card closed.
 Tip: Add both pieces to the chipboard 
element and then close the card, making
sure it aligns.

Cut another 2 pieces for the front of the
card flapsleaving a small border. Cut a
 few die cut shapes (leaves, filigree,
 butterflies,swirls) from the collection
sheets, black cardstock and rose
gold mirror board.Make a cluster
embellishment and adhere.Add a metal
 brad to the center of the butterfly and
eyelets to the chipboard elements. 

Heat emboss the chipboard
 pieces with embossing powders.

Some more photos...

Thanks for stopping by! 

Happy Papercrafting! 

Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Graphic 45 
Hallowe'en in Wonderland
Witch Boot and Hat

Hello dear G45ers! 
Sharing an OTP project a Witch Boot 
and Hat featuring the adorable
 Hallowe'en in Wonderland Deluxe Collector's
 Edition! This collection is super cute 
with lots of fussy cut elements. 
I love Alice, the Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat 
and all the other fun characters and this 
collection is a perfect fit for my more on the 
cute, subtle side of a Halloween project.

Herewith the Supplies and Instructions you 
may use to recreate such a project:

This project was made with the help 
of my Silhouette ID numbers and assembly 
instructions provided in tutorial.

G45 Supplies used:
Hallowe'en in Wonderland DCE

Other Supplies:
Various other dies
Black Cardstock
Chipboard Elements
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Pumpkins
Paper Straw
Ribbon, Lace and String
Glossy Accents
Stickles Purple and Yellow
Red double sided tape 

Silhouette: Witch Boots Design ID 33236
Assembly Instructions:
Cut one boot from the collection sheets 
and assemble accordingly. 
Tip: Adhere the tabs with red double 
sided tape. I adhere all my 3D projects 
with this tape to ensure that it won't 
come apart.

Silhouette: 3D Witch Hat Design ID 33775
Cut a witch hat from the collection 
sheets and assemble accordingly. 

Add the eyelets and ribbon to this piece 
(top section of boot) before adhering 
to the boot. 

Fussy cut some elements from the collection 
sheets and die cuts using dies. 

Ink the chipboard circles with the color 
box inks first and then add the stickles 
and leave to dry. Cut the one circle in half.
Tip: The inked piece will enhance 
the color of the stickles.

Decorate the 2 pieces with some cute
 pumpkins, die cuts, chipboard pieces 
and metal embellishments.

Adhere the 'Hallowe'en in Wonderland' 
phrase to a paper straw. 

Add some lace to the inside of the
 boot and add the metal key hole 
to the bow.

Some more photos...

Thanks for stopping by! 

Happy Papercrafting! 

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

Prima Moon Child 
 'Dream Tomorrow' 

Hello dear friends! 
My first ever Dreamcatcher and what 
better collection to use than the 
stunning Moon Child by Frank Garcia.
 I adore this collection in all it's celestial
 beauty! I used two plastic hoops for 
this project, painted them with 
white gesso and added color randomly
 using the Memory Hardware Artisan
 powders. These powders are just 
gorgeous and rich in color! I decorated 
the piece on the side with pretty 
chipboard, die cut elements,
 beautiful Moon Child flowers
metal trinkets and enamel stickers. I 
added pretty lace with die cut and resin 
feathers attached. I then finished
 it off with some paint splatters, 
sequins and butterflies.

Prima Products List 

Thanks for stopping by! 

Happy Papercrafting!

Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Prima Lavender Frost 
Mixed Media A4 Layout 

Hello dear friends! 
A Mixed Media A4 Layout featuring the 
beautiful Prima Marketing Lavender Frost 
Collection and some lovely Finnabair products!

Supply List:
Prima Lavender Frost Collection 
Prima Lavender Frost Flowers
Prima Flowers 
Prima Resin Embellishments 
Finnabair Clear Gesso
Finnabair Impasto Pastels Victorian Green
Finnabair Impasto Pastels Dusty Rose
Finnabair White Crackle Texture Paste 
Finnabair Opal Magic Paint Violet-Gold 
Finnabair Metallique Paint Golden Moss
Finnabair Metallique Paint Black Berry
Black Cardstock 
Various Cutting Dies 
Stencils and Stamps
Martha Stewart Lace Border Punch
Embossing Powder
Kiriche Laser Design Chippies
 Rhinestones and String
Sequins, Lace and Ribbon 

Thanks for stopping by! 

Happy Papercrafting!