Friday, December 15, 2017

Happy Hanukkah - Stuck?! Sketches December 15th reveal

Today I want to share with you my DT layout for Stuck?! Sketches mid December reveal.
This is the sketch we've been working with:
It's the middle of Hanukkah, so what is more appropriate to scrap than a Hanukkah Lamp tour we did a few years ago?
Walking through the narrow streets in the old city of Jerusalem, watching the bright and warm candle lights in every window and doorstep, was  really spectacular.
I flipped the sketch upside down, as I didn't want the Christmas tree look for my layout, and this is what I came up with:
In this layout, I tried to catch and mimic the warmth and light, in contradiction to the darkness outside.
I've used Echo Park dp and embellishments, mainly from 'The story of fall' collection. I really love the colors of all fall collections from Echo Park.
For making the golden triangle frame, I worked with modeling paste over TCW stencil, and then I sprinkled Lindy's Gang embossing powder (angel wings gold) and embossed it with a heating gun.
Here are some close-ups on the details:

Thank you for visiting my blog and I really appreciate your comments.
I wish all of you happy holidays. May joy and happiness be in your homes and hearts.

Friday, December 1, 2017

Winter is coming - A mixed media layout for Stuck?! Sketches December 1st reveal

Hello dear crafty friends,
Today I want to share with you a mixed media layout I've made for December 1st reveal at Stuck?! Sketches.
It's a mixed media layout, using lots of Lindy's Stamp Gang products and Finnabair's products, along with beautiful papers from 7 Dots Studio and Maja Design.
But first let's have a look at this fab sketch, made by Laura Whitaker:
It's a wonderful sketh to use all those long scraps you have (or cut new ones, like I did...LOL).
And this is my layout:
You can tell by this layout that I'm a fan of 'Games of Thrones'... so excited for the new season to come (along with the winter...).
Here're some close-ups on the details:

I've made a video showing my creative process:
I'm entering this lo to the current challenge at Mixed Media Place, with this fab moodboard:
I was so facinated by the fantasy feeling of this mood board, with all the green, purple and frosty colors.
Thank you for visiting my blog. Your comments are much appreciated!

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Chocolate Six - for CSI case file no. 241

 Hello everyone :),
Sharing my take on case file no. 241 at CSI:
This is how I've solved the case:
Sketch - checked.
Scheme - I've used all 5 colors. The background pp is LemonCraft 'Heart Painted 2', and all the other pp are Scrapberry's 'Yummy' collection. The colors of this collection were just perfect for this challenge, and I only added a brown cs as matting.
Evidence - hearts, stars, chevron arrows, vellum (underneath the title), and woodgrain pp.
Testimony - I've added stars to my journaling spot, which is the hidden tag.  I documented an event of when my eldest arranged a fun game for his brother's birthday. It was an assignment he got as part of his Bar Mitzva year, and we all had such laughs and fun. On the back side of the tag, I wrote the game's rules.
Here are some close-ups on the details:

I would like to enter this layout to the 'Food/Drinks' challenge at Simonsays Stamp Wednesday challenge.
Thak you for visiting my blog. I appreciate your comments very much.

Saturday, November 25, 2017

A tutorial how to make a small gift box

This is a tutorial how to make a small gift box from one cardstock and 6x6 paper pad.
I've used Echo Park 'A perfect Autumn' 6x6 paper pad for these two lovely boxes.
Here's a link to my video how to:
I hope you'll enjoy my tutorial and if you use it, please give me a credit.
Thank you for visiting my blog. Your comments are much appreciated.

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Small gifts box

I finally got the chance to meet a good friend of mine, after a long period that we only spoke on the phone, do I had to give her a little something from me :).
I've made her a small box with some scrappy embellishments. To make the box I've used my Counterfeit Kit (okay, I cheated a little...I also used pp from last month's kit.. LOL).
The size of the box is 5.5 x 3 x 2. The basis is from a heavy weight white cs and the papers are from the Posh collection by Simple Stories.
Here are some more photos:

I'm entering it to the 'more than one score' at Scor-Pal - special gift packaging . The whole box is made out of one cs, scored to make the folds and the lid. I also used score tape to adhere the side panels.
And here's a link to my tutorial how to make such a gift box:
I hope you'll find this tutorial useful. If you use it, please give me some credit.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

All that scraps - DIY embellishments

I just love making my own embellishments, and when I'm making them using paper scraps, I'm full of delight.
So I set with some Echo Park paper scraps, grabbed my dies and punches and made these embellies.

And here's a little sneak peek to a nice project I've made, yet not to be revealed:
Can you guess what it is? all I can say ATM is that it's kind of a small scrappy goodie bag....
Oh, and another thing - I've used my Counterfeit kit :).

Please come back in a day or two, for the reveal of 'the good stuff....

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Busy Being Happy - Lindy's Gang and 7 Dots Studio

Hello to you, dear friends. I would like to share with you my latest layout.
I was so inspired by the challenge at 7 Dots Studio, with their theme 'Sunrise/ Sunset':
So I took a photo of my youngest, taken a few years ago, on one of our beach days. It was summer and we spent the whole afternoon till the sun went down. I just love the colors of the sunset and how they reflect in the water.
I tried to mimic the colors with different mediums, also to match November challenge at Lindy's Gang:
These are the Lindy's products that I've used:
ep - Byzantine Bronze, King Midas Gold, Midnight Sapphire.
I also used lots of 7 Dots Studio products:
pp - Drive all night/ Dreamer collection; Torn/ Writer's Block collection.
stamp & stickers - Thoughts Keeper.
tags - Writer's Block.
The chipboard is from Creative Embellishments, and this lo is also for their November challenge, with this beautiful moodboard:
I was inspired by the warm autumn colors, with the touch of blue and by the leaves. I covered the chipboard with Lindy's ep King Midas Gold and heat embossed it. Just love the rich gold color it turned out.
Other products I used:
Prima - art basics - clear gesso, texture paste; art alchemy - acrylic paint Dragon's Eye; metallique wax vintage gold.
TH - mini stencil set 30; distress ink Faded Jeans.
metal die - Die-Namites Large Ivy.
Ranger's archival ink coffee.
misc.- micro beads, sequins, gauze, resin, metal gears and 'Dream' label.
I would also like to enter this lo the the 'metal embellishment' challenge at Altairart:
Here are some close-ups on the details:

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Dare to Dream - Stuck?! Sketches Nov. 15th reveal (Blue Fern Studios & Lindy's Stamp Gang)

I love working with Blue Fern Studio papers, not only they're so beautiful, but they're heavy weight. As I was in a girly girl mood, I decided to work with BFS products and some beautiful Lindy's Gang mists to make my DT layout for Nov. 15 reveal at Stuck?! Sketches. I really love the shabby chic look of my layout.
Here's the sketch to work with, made by Laura Whitaker:
I've started with covering the  BFS paper (Love Story/ The Grand Ball) with clear gesso, then I worked with a modeling paste over TCW stencil. After it was dry, I stamped with some BFS stamps (Halftone, Dreamy), and IBS and Maya Road stamp, using Ranger's black archival ink.
Now was the time for some misting... I used Lindy's Stamp Gang products: Cotton Candy Pink, Delphinium Turquoise and Pop Rock Purple.
Matting the photo with BFS papers (Blush/ Devoted; Sanctuary/ Calling Cards), ading a stamped title (BFS /Dreamy), and some sentiments from TH chit chat, matted on a BFS paper (Timeless/ Song).
Decorating with Cheery Lynn Design die (English Tea Party), Prima flowers, metal rose, lace from my stash and microbeads). Topping all with some deluted white gesso, and that's it - finished!
Here are some close-ups:

I would like to enter this layout to the following challenges:
Moodboard at Off the Railsscrapbooking - I was inspired by the feminine feeling and the colors of the moodboard.
The vintage and shabby chic mood board at Mixed Media Place:
I was inspired by the pastel colors and the shabby chic look, as well as the colors, of the shabby chic moodboard.
Challenge YOURself asked for their challenge to use sprays/inks and to include a photo of ourselves:
I used lots of sprays and inks here and this is me in the photo :).
Country View Challenges, which asked to use stencils. I used TCW stencil on the background.
Thank you for visiting my blog. I appreciate your comments very much.

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Adventure - Kraft Plus Challenge

Hello dear friends! Today I want to share with you a lo I've made for November's challenge at Kraft Plus. The challenge was to 'Think Big'.
For my layout I've used my November Counterfeit Kit. Actually, I've used only one pp from the kit, the 'Border Stripes' from Echo Park 'Go, See, Explore' collection. The BIG title is one of the border stripes and the paper underneath my photos is the other side of the same paper.
For me, using multi-photos is a BIG thing. I hardly use more than 2 photos, and usually I use only one. This time I've used 4 photos, so showcase the movement of the scene.
I also used BIG amount of embellishments, I think I used more than half of the embellishment in my kit. I'm very proud of myself for that! some of the embellishments are handmade by me (the cork circles, the blue label, the two-colors hearts and the enamel dots). Using my stash means I will HAVE to buy some more LOL.
Here're some close-ups on the details:

And Here's a little sneak peek to a lo I will be posting in a cupple of days:
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