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Bon Voyage now for sale at Studio 92!


Today I am sharing my third card made  with the brand new "Bon Voyage" kit

The kit is NOW for sale at:

Studio 92
I made a card with a modern look. The geometric pattern  adds a "retro" touch:

The font and size of the stamped  sentiment are a perfect match. The pink gingham paper and sentiment are from my stash.

You can buy this kit at Studio 92.  Besides this kit you will also find an  amazing collection of twine and other fab embellishments!
Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend! Stella

Happy birthday

Today I am sharing the birthday card  which I made for Judith
(Yesterday was her birthday)

Using her favorite colours.   Both Judith and I LOVE stars;  I had to use this cover plate!

Judith I hope my card arrived in time. I hope you had a wonderful day!

New kit from Studio 92

Welcome to a brand new blog design.
I like the crisp look but haven't 
figured out yet how to add
the "gadget" of my followers.
Blogger keeps asking me to 
"change the settings".
But I have no idea what they mean:)

Today I am sharing two cards made with 
the brand new mini kit "Bon Voyage" from 
Studio 92
 This mini kit is filled with lots of 
embellishments, twine and patterned paper. You can mix and match this kit with
 the craft supplies you already have.  There are so many possibilities! 
This kit will soon be available at Studio 92.  Besides this kit you will also find an  amazing collection of twine and other fab embellishments.
I am so honored to be a Guest Designer  and already had so much fun creating with the new mini kit!
I love to create CAS cards so this is  my CAS take on a summer-y card.  The cardbase is made with 
cardstock from my stash.  I also added the "go-see-do"sentiment.  The tag itself is also from the kit.  I LOVE that tiny tag on the sui…


I really enjoyed the spring weather this week. Perfect for cleaning up the garden.  It was just a start; cutting back roses,  the lilac, some hydrangeas and removing all the dead leaves. There is still a load of moss and weed to remove  but the weather today kept me inside the house.  It's rainy and cold again. I spent my evenings crafting.  Working on projects for Studio 92, CCCB  and a card for the current Lift Challenge.  We're supposed to create a card using a transparent sheet as a card base and follow the sketch.
That transparent card became  a challenge of its own:) Folding a mica sheet took me  a while and a few attempts.. Instead of embossing I debossed my card base. Taking a picture was another challenge:

I kept it really simple.  I added a sentiment on the inside of my  card but every idea to decorate the front  was not what I had in mind. So I left it empty. Due to that I can't link up this card and enter the challenge.  But I like it.  Clear, CAS and some twine. I guess it's my …

Studio 92

I am here today with some happy news. 
I am happy to be:

And the opportunity to create with the gorgeous kits from  Studio 92.
I am so happy to be part of this team  together with Cornelie and Judith.
Ingrid is the owner of this lovely webshop  and the creator of gorgeous craft kits. I will be working with some new kits;  they are coming soon!  And I can tell you;  the sneak peek already looked fab!
It ain't much of surprise that  I love to add twine to my projects. My card is based on the announcement above. I used one of the twines available in the shop. It's the only touch of colour on a white on white card:

Simplicity is the key. And my favorite style:)

As soon as the kits are available you will  see more from Studio 92! 

Thanks for stopping by! Stella

Imperfect and not finished

I have a few cards to share.  Some finished and unfinished projects.  Two weeks ago I visited Judith  and it was an amazing day..  Judith made a few cards;  I didn't make a card at all.   We spent the day talking and laughing;  I am not productive when I visit a friend:)
Judith offered me to cut a few flowers  with dies from Alexandra Renke.  I love the simple style.  And decided to use them to practice a  bit more with my Gansai Tambi paints.  Back home I realised I cut them from thick cardstock instead of watercolouring paper.  It turned out a mess.  The paper was soaking wet, the colouring  is far from perfect and the red paint  floated into the green of the stem.  A c o m p l e t e disaster.  I made a card and once it was finshed I wanted to throw it away.  But decided to keep it.  As a reminder to use the right paper...

Here's a close up of the flower:

I think the stem is too long and I am  still not happy about adding these silver pearls :(

I decided to try it again using  the die cuts witho…