Bookmark -Lookin’ Sharp!

Hello everyone again!!


A trip to the homeland came closer. From tomorrow I am on a one-month break in all my card-making activities. I’m sure, I will not have to much free time, but I want to be sure that I have something at hand if I catch time. And yes travel by plane takes about three hours. What I can do during that time??????

The answer is simple….Cross stitching!!!!!!!

I die cut latest cross-stitch bookmarks from MFT,  I also prepared threads in various colors and ready to go!!


But before I go, I have another project to share with you… Yes, you guessed correctly…Cross-stitch project!


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For this project I used Cross-Stitch Printables From MFT Blog. This background perfectly matches with new Saddle Up And Celebrate stamps set.

I stamped images from the set with Copic friendly black ink and colored with my Copic Markers. After that I used matching dies to die cut them out. Look at those flowers .. They look the same…



Until next time.. Happy crafting!!


Under the Sea Light-Shadow-Box!

Hello everyone!!


I am here again. Yesterday I presented two CAS cards and today is the time to introduce you something a bit more complicated. It is Under the Sea Light-Shadow-Box.

For this project I used many products from MFT so take a look at the supply list down at the bottom of this post!


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First I cut two pieces of white cardstock 19 x 17 cm. I scored on long side 2 cm on both sides. So I had two panels, each has two flaps. These flaps  give your shadow-box depth and actually help you to connect panels.

Next step was to apply Chipped Saphire, Mermaid Lagoon and Faded Jeans distress inks on both panels. After that I used Make Waves stancil and applied MFT Sweet Tooth pigment ink on whole surface. On one of the panels I die cut the window with A2 Stitched Rectangle Stax set 1 and added acetate on the back of the panel.


Now is the time to create a scene. the idea was to have an underwater castle, so I used Castle die-namics and Kraft cardstock and die cut pieces. I also apply dots with my Copic markers on every piece to get sandy look. The same technique I used for the bottom of the see and I die cut with Surf and Turf Die-namics.


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I stamped all images with MFT Extreme Black ink on Neenah Soler White cardstock and colored with my Copic Markers. (Seaweeds are stamped with Limelight and Field Day Premium dye inks). All stamps sets and coordinating dies you can find in supply list down below. Small fish I stamped on the panels with black ink and added some details with white gel pen too.

After that I created the scene. Some of the images I added directly to the background, for some I used foam tape. Some of them is glued on the inside some of them outside of the box. On this way I get depth and a little more realistic look.


For a little more interesting look , I added removable small lights inside. It is difficult to show in the picture but it looks very nice when the lights are off in the room. Just like a small aquarium.


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I hope you like it

Until next time.. Happy crafting!!




Supply list:

My Favorite Things:

-Gill Friends Stamps set and Die-namics

-Beach Buds Stamps set

-Otterly Love You Stamps set and Die-namics

-Surf and Turf Stamps set and Die-namics

-Sweet Succulents Stamps set and Die-namics

-Soak Up The Fun Stamps set and Die-namics

-Mermazing Stamps set

-You float my Boat Die-namics

-Surf and Turf  Die-namics

-Castle  Die-namics

-A2 Stitched Rectangle Stax Set 1

-Make Waves Stencil

-Sweet Tooth pigment ink

-Limelight and Field Day Premium Dye inks

-Extreme Black ink

-Kraft Paper



-Chipped Saphire,Mermaid Lagoon and Faded Jeans distress inks

-Mini ink blending tool

-Ranger Distress sprayer

-Uni Ball White Gel pen



-Faom tape

-Nuvo Athesive


-Fiskars trimmer

-Sizzix Big Shot


-Neenah Soler White 80lb

-Copic Markers



I would like to take part in the following challenges:

1.Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge- Distress it


2.Bastel Traum challenge- Anything Goes


3.The Daily Marker Coloring Contest- Advanced




Playful Peacock From MFT!

Hello again!!


This is my second post for today! I’m finally on vacation and before my travel I decided to publish my finished projects.

For this card I used (like always ) just MFT Products!! I made this card before 10 days and I just discovered that  perfectly fit for MFT Sketch Challenge!!




First I stamped the Peacock from Playful Peacock stamps set with Cracked Pistachio Oxide ink and embossed with Clear Embossing powder. After thad I colored my image with Copic Markers.

BG10, 11, 13, 15, 18

V12, 15, 17

BV11, 13, 17

B21, 26, 28, 29

I also stamped some flowers but this time I used Insulation Pink Premium Dye ink from MFT for stamping.  I colored with the same combinations of Copics but Added some Green. G24 and G28.

I also added some details on my coloring with White gel pen.

Background is made with Tim Holtz Woodgrain Cardstock and I also used Blueprints 31 for panels. I stamped sentiment from the same stamps set with Cracked Pistachio oxide ink.


I would like to take part in the following challenges:


1.MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge #397


2.As You Like It Challenge – Fur or Feathers and Why

(I love both but this time I decide to used Adorable Peacock image. I am in love with Peacocks. They have beautiful colors of feathers and amazing combinations of colors.)


3.The Daily Marker Coloring Contest- Advanced



Hooray With Paper Nest Dolls Digital stamp!

Hello Everyone!!

I am here again!! I am so happy that I get opportunity to play for the first time with The Paper Nest Dolls Digital stamp. This digital image was free gift on Kit And Clowder Colouring Group on Facebook too. ( Thank you Christine Young for beautiful image).


And now let’s just look at what I created for you!




First I colored image with my Copic Markers.

Dress: BG10, 11, 13, 15, 18

Skin: E000, 00, 21, 13

Hair: E21, 23, 25, 27, 29

Cake: RV63, 66, 69 / E33, 35, 37, 39

Crown: Y15, 17, 19 and YR15

Shoes: C1, 5, 7, 9, 10


I also used my Wink Of Stella Clear Glitter pen and of course White gel pen for details on my coloring! (I hope you can see Wink of Stella on Hooray die cut, on her dress and the crown )


After coloring I made mask for my image and with MFT Happy Birthday Background and Cracked Pistachio I stamped whole panel. After that I die cut panel with MFT Wonky Stitched Rectangle Stax Die-namics. Hooray Die-namics is also From MFT.


I hope you like it!!

Until next time.. Happy crafting!!!



I would like to take part in ….

The Daily Marker Coloring Contest- Advanced


My Favorite Things Guest Designer Part 3!


Hello MFT fans!

I am here again with three latest projects. Like I already said, July release is full of amazing new products and it was extremely hard to pick out ones that I would use to create projects for guest design spot! I tried to think of something new, to figure out unique and interesting ideas to feature and show off newest products. So for today I have couple of ideas, so lets go!


For the first project I decided to use Mini Balloon Shaker Window and Frame die-namcis together with Mini Balloon Shaker Pouch in a little bit of different way than we usually use shaker pouches.



Trick is that shaker pouch is just a little bit larger than frame, so you just have to trim it down to the size with your scissors. For glue use something you know is strong – I use Scor-tape. Than fill your shaker with favorite shaker material ( this time I used Diamond Dust and Lipgloss Microbeads) and back it up with a piece
of acetate that you cut down to fit your frame.

For the  second part of the card ink on a white cardstock using blending tool from top to bottom – Wilted Violet, Picked Raspberry, Candid Apple, Fosilized Amber and
Twisted Citron oxide inks and than cut it out with Happy Birthday Block die-namics.
Negative die cut I used as a guide to position correctly all of the letters on a white background and after that I added my stand alone shaker balloon on top.



Second card offers a different idea on using Happy Birthday Ballon Trio die-namics.





For the start I die cut 13 balloons as there is that much letters in ‘Happy Birthday’. Than I inked every baloon in different shade of ink – like rainbow colors. Than I glued letters on each of the balloon (by the way, when you cut out so much balloons
you will get a ton of letters that you can use in future projects). After all that I glued balloons on a background panel in different way – some I glued directly on a background an on some I used foam tape to add some dimension. In addition to the sentiment this time I used new Sassy Pants Birthday Greetings Stamp Set and super
funny sentiment which I stamped  with VersaMark clear ink and embosed it with White Detail embossing powder.



For my last card I decided to use PI Girl Birthday Cutie together with leftovers letters from the previous card.




For the background I used Smooshing technique with Wilted Violet and Cracked Pistachio Oxide inks and Die cut with Blueprints 27.
I stamped image with MFT Extreme Black ink and colored her with Copic Markers. After I die cut her with matching die.
Sentiment comes from the same set and I stamped with Wilted Violet oxide ink using my Misti. I also added some detail on my coloring with Uni-Ball White Gel Pen.



Once again, I want to thank MFT on this opportunity!
It was a great pleasure to be here this month.
Until next time I wish you all lots of inspiration an amazing cards!