Sunday, October 14, 2018

A journal notebook cover


Here's a journal notebook cover I've made, inspired by three challenges.
The first challenge - Mixed Media & Art:
I was inspired by the colors, the vintage atmosphere and the theme of books.
The 2nd challenge is Lindy's Gang October challenge:
Lindy's products I've used:
Embossing powders: Byzantaine Bronze, King Midas Gold.
The 3rd challenge is from Scrapki-Wyzwaniowo, which is 'Leaves'.
This is what I've started with, the plain notebook:
And here're some close-ups on the details:





The flowers were stamped with distress inks and then heat embossed with LG embossing powder.

Other products I've used:
13@rts stencil, Finnabair clear and white gesso, Finnabair texture paste platinum crackle, Ranger's archival inks, Versa Fine inks, Tim Holtz distress inks, Ranger's embossing ink, microbeeds, Carta Bella papers.

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Friday, October 12, 2018

Desktop calendar for Altair Art

Happy Friday!
Today it's my turn on Altair Art blog, and I'm sharing a desktop calendar I've made as a gift to a good friend of mine.
The sizes are 5.5"x7.5".

I've made this calendar from scratch, start to end.
The base was made from chipboards covered with efalin paper (which is perfect for binding!), and then I adhered Altair Art papers to both panels for the background.

I've made 6 pages from cardstock covered both sides with beautiful Altair Art papers, so each page holds two months.


After adhering the months pages (the file was made by the talented Moran Hamilton, and I backed the papers with cardstock), I decorated each side with lace, die cuts and beautiful florals which I fussy cut from the Altair Art papers. 
I added some enamel dots to extra finishing.

I used the following Altair Art papers:




Here are photos of some of the pages, along with close-ups on some of the detais:







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Friday, October 5, 2018

A golden wedding card - Altair Art

The current challenge at Altair Art blog is 'Sparkle and Shine', and I've made a golden wedding card for it, with a matching envelope.
You can see the challenge details HERE:
I used the 6x6 pad collection 'Beautiful Moments'. This collection is so romantic and dedicated to a wedding theme.
My base was a golden shimmer cardstock, and I've used it also for the bride&groom die cut.
The sentiment was heat embossed with Lindy's Gang ep 'King Midas Gold'.
Inside the card, there's a pocket for a giftcard/money, and a place to write some blessings.
Here are close-ups on the photos:



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Monday, October 1, 2018

Autumn - CSI case file no. 263

 A new month, with a new case file at CSI: case file no. 263, with an autumn atmosphere:

This month, CSI teamed with Page Maps, so each of the CSI DT got a sketch to work with.
This is the sketch I got:
I kept very true to it.
I really loved the earthly colors of the case file. 
The clues that I've used were: textured paper, woodgrain paper, flowers, leaves, branches, fruit (the acorn), fall themed elements, a jar, twine, frames, an animal, something woven (the burlap heart).
In my journaling I documented an early autumn walk we've had 4 years ago, and it's in a circular frame.
Here're some close-ups on the details:



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Friday, September 28, 2018

A decorated box for molds - Altair Art

Hello lovelies :),
A little late, but better late than never...
I needed a place to store my molds, so I've made a box out of heavy wheigt cardstock, decorated with the beautiful papers by Altair Art.
Making the box is very easy, and you can see my tutorial of how to on my Youtube channel:
This is my DT work for Altair Art blog.
Now I have a beautiful box to store all my molds. I've very happy with this box.

I used one beautiful paper to decorate the inside and the outside of the box:

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

A card for Rosh Hashanah - Altair Art

Tody it's my turn on Altair Art blog, and since this week we celebrated the Jewish New Year, I needed a greeting card as we were invited to friends, so what can be better than beautiful Altair Art papers, full of gorgeous flowers?
I used papers from different collections. I really love how Altair Art collection can be combined together so well.
Here're some close-ups on the flowers fussy cutting:


I've used the following papers:



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Friday, September 7, 2018

A monochromatic gift box for a baby boy - Alratir Art September challenge

At Altair Art blog we have a new challenge for September - 'Monochrome', which means you need to create something with only 1 color plus white/grey/black:

I've made a gift box for a baby boy, who just turned 1 year!
Naturally, I used blue as my main color, with the addition of white and grey.
I embellished it with some stars die cuts, enamel dots and dew drops.
Here're some close-ups on the details:



Altair Art papers that I've used:

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