Thursday, 1 June 2017

Beautiful Baby Boy

Hi there!

Today I'm back to show a simple card that I made to welcome my friend's baby. I have not been crafting to much lately but like always I really enjoy myself when I do it.
This time I didn't used a coloured stamp but instead a patterned paper collection by Dayka Trade that a friend of mine gifted me some time ago. Thank you dearly!

I hope you like it =)



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Saturday, 1 April 2017

Belated Costumised Agenda

Hi there!

Today I want to show you my newly customized year agenda/planner. I have been wanting to create my own agenda for some years now, but didn't know what to put inside and never found the time. This year I thought I would use a ring binder so that I could add inserts or change whatever I wanted.
For the inside I used a free printable from El taller de TROCO, and started using it right away.
Only some days ago, I find some time and peace to be able to customize the ring binder, and with some fabric from old jeans I made with =)

Hope you like it 





Challenges:
http://mixedmediamc.blogspot.com.es/2017/04/mixed-media-monthly-challenge-35-whats.html

Friday, 10 March 2017

Sunflowers

Hi there!

Today I want to show you a card that I had wanted to do for some time. I love this image Keep in Faith from Ching-Chou Kuik, and when I found this quote on the internet I thought it was perfect for it. Then I had my doubts while I was working on it, because some may think that implies that some are better than others, but I think it means: "be happy with who you are, because you are beautiful no matter what" ;)

Hope you like it. I really enjoyed the colouring


Image coloured with Copic markers.

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Thursday, 23 February 2017

Fabric Book Mark

Hi there!

Today I came to show you my last project as GD at A Day For Daisies. Since the first time I saw this image, I knew I wanted to make a bookmark for my little flower, but she is still a bit young and anything made out of paper in her small hands, doesn't last very long. Therefore, after thinking a bit about this project, I decided to make a fabric bookmark, more resistant than paper and washable.

Hope you like it =) 


In this project: Digital stamp "Book Time" from A day for Daisies.
For this project I transfered the image onto fabric using Mod Podge.
That is, I printed the stamp on a shet of paper, cut it out and covered the image with Mod Podge.
Then, placed the paper on top of a piece of cream fabric and let it out to dry for 24h.
Finally I gently removed the paper using a wet cloth and rubbing with my fingers.
When the fabric was dry, I was ready to start colouring.
Finally, after the colouring was done, I covered with Mod Podge again to make it water resistant.


Image coloured with Copic markers.

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