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CCCB #314

Good morning!
We have a brand new challenge at the City Crafter.Today Marina is our host andshe picked the theme:
"Feathers".Marina asks us to add feathers to our project;with or without a bird attached.


I used my personal favorite;
plain cardstock. 
And added touches of silver and grey

I stamped a border from Papertrey's ombre builder with Aspen Mist from Versamagic;it was hard to capture it in a photo.  But adds a subtle touch and focus on the sentiment. The embossingfolder is a perfect match with our theme:

Our Guest Designer this week isGreta;
she was the winner of our anniversary challenge.Greta plays along often and is very talented.Hop over to her blogto see more of her fabous cards!  You can find more inspiration from her and the other team members on our blog.We are offering the winner 

CAS(E) this sketch #174

A Sunday at home and nothing on my agenda; these are the best Sundays:)
I made a few cards and one of themis based upon the sketch at CAS(E) this Sketch

A great opportunity to work with a few of my favorite things: lots of white, sequins and stars:)

A bit hard to get a decent photo but here is my card:

Thanks for stopping by;enjoy your day!Stella

Happy birthday Kirsty!!

Hello and good morning!Today is a special day because it's

Dear Kirsty:

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I hope you will have a wonderful day! 
I made a CAS birthday card in shades of pinkwith lots of white.I hope it arrived in time! 

Lots of pink and sequins and twine 
 as a finishing touch:

Thanks for stopping by!Stella

City Crafter #313

Hello and good morning!

It's my turn to host this weeks' 
challenge at theCity Crafter
I choose the theme:
"Black and White"

Use black and white only AND
use gold as a detail.


And again I used my favorite papers 
from Crate Paper "Little You".
And added a deer which Roscut for me with her 
Silouette Cameo (Thanks so much sweetie!)
The sentiment is from SU.
I must confess I added a bit of grey......
 but that's the new white for me :)

It turned out a Christmas card 
with a modern design.
And a little touch of gold:

We are havingShawna Standish
this week as our Guest Designer.You can see more of her talent 
 on her blog

Looking for more inspiration?You can find more inspiration from our Guest Designer and  the other team members on ourblog.
Thanks for stopping by and have a lovely day!


After a wonderful weekend with a few of my sisters, attending a workshop and some craft shopping I have a card to share for the current Liftchallenge.And we're supposed to lift this card: 

A few attempts turned out awful and I decided to create a very CAS take on this challenge.
Maybe not spot on but I 
like the card :)

Lots of white cardstock, a kiteand a splash of color.And the coordinating die for the sentiment is a new favorite:

Thanks for stopping by and looking!Stella

SuppliesBazzill CardshoppeMarshmallow white & various colorsLawn FawnKite dieSentiment and coordinating dieBorder dieOtherSequins

City Crafter #312

Hello everyone!
It's Tuesday and that means  a brand new challenge at the City Crafter Challenge blog.My dear friendRosis our host andshe picked the theme: 
"Pretty Pink and Pastels".
Ros asks us to create a project 
and use pastel colors and you MUST use pink".

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Soft pink and dots and 
a stamp with a handlettering font:

The papers are from Crate Paper:

We are having Maria Patrickasour Guest Designer; she won challenge #305.You can see more of her lovely cards on her blog!
Hop over to ourblogto see Maria's take on the themeand what my fellow team members came up with.And maybe you will be one of our Guest Designers soon!

CAS(E) this sketch #172

I hope you are all well and enjoying your weekend!Last week we had gorgeous weather.Spending a lot of time in the garden andI did lots of weeding and cleaning up.The weather is not that great which is a great reason to spend time in my craftroom.I made a card based upon the current challenge at CAS(E) this Sketch:

The sketch made me think of a pinwheel:I knew immediately what to make.

Papers from Echo Park paired up with Papertrey's Quilted Summer die.And a sentiment in a sunny shade of orange:

Till soon!Stella

Birthday girl

I hope you are all well!We had the most amazing spring weather with lots of sunshine and perfect tempratures. But the weatherforecast says that it will be less warm and clouded again....
Spring is a busy season;besides my full time job I spend a lot of time at our allotment and garden.Planting, watering, weeding..There is always work to do :)
On top of that I need a LOT of birthday cards.I made this one for a little girl:

The cutest papers from Crate Paperwhich I bought at Bij Oma Dee.I used a simple design becausethese papers speak for itself:

Thanks for stopping by!Stella

City Crafter #311

Good morning!

It´s Tuesday and that means that we have a new challenge for you at the City Crafter Challenge. Today Kirsty is our host
 and she picked the theme:
"Fairy Tale Land".Kirsty asks us to create a project that includes elements of a Fairy Tale.Such as: stars, a princess or prince, a castle, aunicorn, a pixie, pixie dust etc.

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I came up with stars;
I guess not much of a surprise :)

These colors are my go to and I think
they are great for a masculine birthday card.
Papers are from Sostrene Grene and the 
sentiment is from Papertrey Ink.
Twine is another favorite so I had to add it:)

We are having Nelaasour Guest Designer; she won challenge #304.You can see more of her lovely cards on her blog!
Looking for the projects of the other DT members and Nela? 

Happy birthday Marina!

Today is a special day because one of the DT members at CCCB is celebrating her birthday! 
Happy birthday Marina!!!

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I hope you will have a wonderful day!

Of course I made her a card;I hope it arrived in time...

Trying mixed media products; one at a time:)A card made with metallic texture paste from Heidi Swapp and a stencil.I bought this paste atBij Oma Dee.My favorite craft shop because there is a huge selection of all the thingsthat I love for cardmaking and mixed media.I also used one of my PTI dies:

Till soon!


City Crafter #310

Good morning!
We have a brand new challenge at the City Crafter.Today Marina is our host andshe picked the theme:
"Feeling prickly"

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And asks us to use something such as:
 hedgehogs, prickly materials/embellishments 
like pins or brads, etc. 

I used a brad; yep just one....
to nail down my sentiment!

Colorful papers from Echo Park  paired up with a sentiment in a font that I LOVE:

And again some good use of my stash of patterned paper  :)

Our Guest Designer this week is Betty Wright. You can find more inspiration from her and  the other team members on ourblog.We are offering the winner a spot as our Guest Designer.I am looking forward to see your take on this weeks' theme! Thanks for stopping by!