One of my latest scrap layout showcasing Faiz's activities at playschool, Gymboree at Tropicana Mall. It took me around 2 days to complete the layout and as usual my reason would be; NO TIME! Alas, since my love on craft works is so deep deep deeper each day (parallel with the increasing amount of works in the office!), this layout was finally completed. Fhew!
For this layout, I have used :
Paper: 12" x 12" Bazzil
Stamp: Hero Arts
Ribbon sticker: I bought this from ArtFriend at Gardens Mall.
Hi! A cousin just gave birth to a beautiful sweet baby girl. She was born at 2.3kg and oh! what a tiny bundle she is. So, I have made a card to go along with the baby gift and here is the result. It didn't take me quite a long time to complete this project but since I could only spend time on it after office hours and during short period over the last weekend; I finally completed only today!
The cuckoo clock becomes a 3-D when I stamped it onto similar grey paper, trim to shape and paste it onto the card using mini-dots stick-ons. I made the card simple by avoiding too many colours on it especially when it comes to colouring the cuckoo clock.
For this card, I have used:
Stamp: Hero Arts
Lace sticker: by Cristina Re ..I bought this in Sydney in 2009
This was the fastest card, which I have made for a cousin's birthday. All in 20 mins - using alphabets die-cuts (I have collected quite a number of alphabets die-cuts using my Cuttlebug), red with black dotted ribbon and rhinestone(Kaiser + Momoyo).
Talking about die-cuts, my next project (or buy!) is a Silhouette machine, which I have reviewed and reviewed countless times over in the net. I was pretty skeptical on Cricut now since I have read so many complains on its effectiveness. Try visiting Kwerner's blog if you would like to know about it too!
Hi. I'm back after a long silence since October 2010! Erk! Well, as I have promised (to myself), pleased to submit the result of the Ultraman Birthday Card, which was my November 2010 project. It turned out to be (to me!) not so bad after all. I have used eyelets from We R Memory Keepers and stamp from Hero Arts (inside of card). As you can see, I have added a sliding paper (blue), with the eyelets positioned in place to sorta become like a guide when I pulled it out. I have used quite a bit of glue for this project. It was quite hard (some cards, not all!) to pull out the slide and even harder to slide it back in. I hope the people who received the card didn't mind ... But to me, in the end, it was all worth it! And we had great fun at the party!