Sunday, August 12, 2007

Cards made from Stamping

One of my favourite stamp company is MSE! Here are 2 cards made solely from MSE! stamps - Friends Always set and Sentiment Stems set. Their new rub-ons are great as well - I love them. The cards are stamped using Colorbox Queues, Versa Chalk and Brilliance.

Saturday, August 11, 2007

Mini album and card

It was my old pal's birthday on 8th August, and I didn't have time to make her anything. So I thought I should make up for it, and made a mini album for her to put her daughters' pictures - maybe as a little brag album. I made a coordinating card as well for her. Old friends are really worth it!

Friday, August 3, 2007

Sweet Projects

I was clearing my room over last weekend and found some projects which I made earlier this year at the winter show in Anaheim. The two which are shown here are mainly tags. The Mom & me tag album is rather sweet - it has hidden pockets for journals and room for pics. The other mini tag album is made of chipboards by K&Co, equally sweet.

Thursday, August 2, 2007

CHA Chicago Cards

My sis and I went to the CHA Summer show in Chicago. We had a swell time, but absolutely tired out walking from 9am till 5pm daily at the show. I attended the Hero Arts plus HOTP workshops plus various make & takes during the show. Had lots of fun seeing all the new Christmas products and trying the various new items. I came home with LOTS of rubberstamps and despite the long flight home and the baggage delay I was happy! Here are some the cards which were made - all Christmas themes.

Cards n More Cards

Back to making more cards - my first love in papercrafts. A friend wanted to send a card to a friend who's just had a baby girl not too long ago. So I made a simple card for all in pink. Used a rubberstamp to stamp the heart and cut out, rub-ons and patterned papers.

Another card is made for a friend who lent me a book to read. The lettering was from Hero Arts' stamp and punch out flowers with little gemstones.

The last card is made on Parchment paper, using stencilling technique - basically painting with your finger! The waterlily is done with stencils and water soluble crayons. The borders are embossed and perforated and cut out. This is a Pergamano technique - and I'm a qualified Pergamano International tutor, I reckon I'm the only one in this country. Enjoy!

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Digital Scrapbooking

I've been inspired to start Digital Scrapbooking. Maybe this is the best solution to stop buying all those papers n embellishments that take up so much space and makes my room a mess!

Here's one of photos taken in Anaheim Disney back in Feb this year. I was there for the Winter CHA.