Hi, today in my post I will like to invite you for a challenge at the Filigranki blog.
Topic is “Project without flowers”.
May card was made using round card base from Filigranki.
I used papers from the Craft o’clock called “BRR… is’s cold outside”. They have a beautiful, wintery patterns.
To make a shaker(window with sequins and glitter) I used lovely Christmas chipboard, which I heat embossed using white powder. “Glass” is actually clear acetate . Outside parameters I made from kids craft foam, which I wrapped with a paper(same as back). To an inside I added a sequins and glitter mix.
Wreath was made using paper towel roll which are been cut “round”(someday I will make a tutorial about them 😉 ) formed and painted white with an acrylic paint. I made cones using the Lesia Zgharda stamps – I heat embossed them on a cereals box :).
I used some items from the Filigranki:
I’m sending my card to Kreativartshopp challenge:
My shaker is taking a part in the Studio Forty “interactive spinning card” challenge:
In my project I used pinecone stamps from the Lesia Zgharda:
Hi, today I have a card made from Violet Silence collection from the Lemoncraft. Card have a lovely chipboard frame from the Crafty Moly, my handmade paper flowers, lots of tears, laces and little bit of mixed media.
How do you like this rich combinations of a craft supplies?
My card goes for a challenge at the Miszmasz Papierowy:
I’m sending my project to the Country View Challenges:
I want to take a part in a challenge at the Word Art Wednesday:
Hi, today I have a card which I made for my friends wedding 🙂
I used two paper collections from the UHK Gallery – “Aquarius” and “Celebrations”. Here we have a laces, handmade foamiran and paper flowers, heat embossed on vellum leaves, die cutted elements, tulle, chipboard frame from the Filigranki, yarn, and hand drawn leaves.
I’m sending my card for the UHK Gallery “New beginning” challenge. Because wedding is a new beginning 😉 :
Project is going to the ScraAndMe for they challenge:
I also want to take a part in the Scrap Magia challenge: