Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Daisy flower centre tutorial

Hi Everyone!

It is a tutorial time again so I've decided to show you how to make one of the most fragile flowers, a Daisy flower. Daisies symbolise the sun simply because they look like it. These gentle flowers could be a perfect decoration for your scrapbook projects or simply for stylish accessories.
Fortunately, our task won't be difficult because in the there are lots of supplies which will help you to make this beautiful flower.
This tutorial will be split into two parts and today I will show you how to make the centre of the flower. Next time you will see how you make the other part of the daisy flower.
Let's begin!

For the Dairy centre you will need:

  • Daisy Centres Mould,
  • Stamperia Soft Extra Light Clay,
  • 201 Lemon Mungyo Gallery Soft Oil Pastel,
  • 227 Yellow Green Mungyo Gallery Soft Oil Pastel (optional),
  • 208 Scarlet Mungyo Gallery Soft Oil Pastel (optional),
  • a piece of kitchen sponge,
  • a ruler.

From Stamperia Soft Extra Light Clay make 5 mini balls as it is shown in the photograph.

Place the balls of clay in the mould and gently press them to fill the whole area.

 Leave the clay for about half an hour to dry and gently ease the centres out of the mould as pictured alongside. Be careful. Don't squeeze them because they are still soft.  

Using scissors trim the excess bits and leave to dry for 24 hours.

Now it is time to colour the centries using oil pastels and a piece of kitchen sponge. 

 Gently cover all the surface with a yellow shade of oil pastel. If you would like you can apply some green and a hint of red on the edges of the centres. 

Now your centers are complete and are ready to be used for completing the Daisy flowers which I will show you next time.

Thank you for stopping by!
Happy crafting!
Elena xxx

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Monday, 30 July 2018

Hitting the Road with Mintay Wunderlust

Hi Everyone,

Today I am sharing a card made using the Mintay Wonderlust 12x12 paper pack.  I cut out the Camper Van and layered onto diecut pieces using Scrapman Frame Die Set.

I cut out elements of the Compass, Passport and Camera, added some Film Strip and edged with gesso.

I used the new Hydrangea Die Set from Rosy Owl to make a few Hydrngea's and coloured with Gallery Oil Pastels to match the papersl.  The cenres are Hydrangea Centres available from the store also, but I just realised I haven't listed them yet.  If you are interested pm :)

The Butterflies were cut from the Lemoncraft Violet Silence A4 sheet of butterflies.  All links at the bottom.

Hope you like it.
Hugs Tracy 

Sunday, 29 July 2018


Hello everyone!

Today I show you my new hair band with foam flowers. I made it with zephyr silk and used mould and pastels.


                                                                          See you!

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Saturday, 28 July 2018

Pastel card

Delicate card- pastel pink and light yellow
The main inspiration were laces in those colours

Vintage Filigree Floral Circular Button beautifully shines with colours.

Layers of paper with laces in light, pastel colours

Have a great day!

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Friday, 27 July 2018

Le Fleur...

Good morning!

Today I'm back with another creation for you! For my second post this week I embellish a little
The Tilda stamp selected is from Magnolia UPGRADE Club - Vol 18  (Le Fleur) collection.
I coloured this lovely tilda using distress inks and distress mini pads...

All papers are from Craft & You White day collection..
On the left side I added Lace Olvia.
I cut out the image using LDRS creative dies and also butterfles.. using
Little Darlings Dotted Wings Dies.

Other paper pads used are from Pion Design Palette... rgeen, pink and begie... used for al my embellishment.
All product used are listed below this post... as usual.

Thank you for visiting!
Hugs, Barbara GR

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Thursday, 26 July 2018

Wedding Card

Afternoon ~ I'm sharing a Wedding card with you all today made using the Mintay Birdsong papers. There seems to be lots of weddings for me this year. This one is for a friend, so thought I'd make something a little different. For me, this is not my usual style but had some very lush papers that helped to produce this card.
It made a change not to have an image on a card that I have stamped and colored. I think with these papers ~ it didn't need one. I have added foamiran flowers that are made by myself. They've finished the card off just beautifully.

Hope you like it.
Tammy x

Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Up in the Air...

Hello everyone,

today I'm sharing with you my first creation. 
For my first post I embellshed a paper bag. 

I used one of my newest Magnolia stamps called Sightseeing Tilda.
I coloured this cute Tilda with Distress inks..
The paper pads used are from Reprint collection and they are 
Reprint Roses and Leaves and
Reprint Up in the Air.

The die used for my border is LDRS Butterfly Border from LDRS Creative collection.
I added also Lace Theresa to embellish my card.
few flowers... Meadow Spray White, Sweetheart blossom, Pixie bloom and Pomegranate Apples...

That's all from me today.
I'll be back with new creation on Friday morning.

Hugs, Barbara GR

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Tuesday, 24 July 2018

Mintay Wedding Wallet

Hello Everyone!

It's my turn today to show you something.
Summer usually is a wedding season, so here is one of my creations made in fresh and soft colour palette.
This wedding wallet features enchanting silk foam flowers, an intricate piece of white lace, some natural sisal and a central vintage filagree embellishment.
What else I have used you can see in the list below. Believe me, there are lots of items which you can't resist to buy :-)

Thank you for stopping by!
Elena xxx

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Monday, 23 July 2018

Life is pretty peachy

Hello everyone,

Tracy here sharing a card made with Pion Design's Life is Peachy collection once again.

I also used the Stamerpia Light Clay and Butterfly mould to make the butterfly taking centre stage and decided to leave it white.  I used the Srapman 2 Frame die set to create the panel to layer the butterfly on.

Hugs Tracy x

Sunday, 22 July 2018


Hello everyone!

I need some gift, for my good friend.  She likes my foamiran flowers. I used Iranian foamiran and oil pastels. I hope she will likes it. What do you think?

                                                                        See you, Beata:)

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