Sunday, May 24, 2009

Photo Cube...

Yes this photo cube is for my brother in law again...yes why him again......

I use the Tiger Beer's coaster 4x4" to turn into this photo cube and I like this idea very much since I saw it last year from one of the website.

Now, finally I can make one using my Zutter...I really enjoy doing this and it only takes me few hours to finish today.

If you wanna have one for yourself...let me know ya...once I have my free time I can make for you...

The wording here is "I like to travel the whole world"...specially for my brother in law because he likes to travel...A LOTS...

Flowers...yes...I like to use flowers...
First Project for Bind-it-all

This was done about a week ago and actually this was Becky's project and she wanted to bring this back home to Hong Kong for her mother's gift.

I help her to arrange the layout and matching some colors...and of course the last part was Bind it was so fun to play with it.

You see the heart shape?  That was from the soft clay that I did before and I used the Hero Arts's stamp on the clay and cut it out.  After the clay dried, I use Crimson Red from Versafine for the colouring and stickles from Rangers...

We put some ribbons in between the rings.  This is very easy to do and you can just finished the project within a day...
Bind It All

Oh dear...I'm so happy to get this Bind-it-all does help a lot with my project now and I really falling in love with it.  

First of all just to let you know the price that I paid for.  I went to check with Made with Love and they are selling at about $135 and I was so surprise when I saw Spotlight was selling at $80+...of course I got it from Spotlight.   I'm so happy with the price that I paid for and further more the o-wire price also cheaper at Spotlight.

I have started and completed a few project and I do believe that there are more to come.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Soft Clay...

I bought this soft clay from Daiso, is only $2 per packet and is very light.  I saw this from one of the website (can't remember which one), they used the clay to make embellishment.  Well after saw it from website I was looking for a small packet of clay to try it out until I saw it from Daiso.  This soft clay really very funny, it very light and unlike those heavy clay, and this soft clay also air dry.  The different of the soft clay is when it dried it feel like a foam...funny right?

So what I did here is, I rolled it out flat and use my new rubber stamp from Hero Arts stamped on it to form out the patterns.

You see the patterns right?

After I stamped the pattern on it, I cut it out into different shapes, I made it into buttons, pendants and let the air dry it.

After air dried, you can use any ink like Stazon, Versafine or Distress ink to color, you may even apply a layer of Glossy Accents on top of it.

Try it out, you may like it, you can do any shapes and any colors to match your project and is very economic...$$$...heh heh...

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Queen's Birthday...

This card is specially made for my husband's dear sister (cousin), she is now in KL and my brother in law is going to meet her coming Friday.

Yes she is her father's Queen and that is why I added a "tiara" on Cinnamon's head.

I hope she likes the card that I specially made for her and wish her a belated birthday.

Saturday, May 02, 2009

Willow with Flowers

After completed one WOJ's immediately I started with another design, this one is Willow with flowers.  This sketch is quite simple and this time I used the Craft Cutter from Carl to cut out the curve shape, I;m cutting 2 papers in one time and you can get the same shape for the mapping and the pattern paper.  One stone kill two birds...heh heh heh...

So anymore to come...yes my next card should be starting very either WOJ, Sarah Kay or...Magnolia...yes!!!
Enjoy a cup of hot Chocolate

Again, I'm 100% enjoy of doing this card.  This card I specially made for one of my friend's belated birthday.  I hope she will enjoy this hot chocolate from me... :-)
I delayed this card is because I'm waiting for my shipment from Simon Says Stamp.  

I used the Caran D'ache's color pencils with Sansador and distress the edge with Old Paper distress ink from Ranger.
For the 2 buttons, I use the clear buttons from Hero Arts and I pasted them on a piece of distressed newspaper, isn't it nice and matched with my card?

I just wanted to pass this message to my friend..."I remember your birthday"...