Hi there! here I am with another creation to inspire you for the POM Thursday challenge at The Outlawz. This time we are challenging you to create  a winter glitter! how fun is that?! with all this hot weather around it was a bit cooling to think about something for winter...
This is a toilet paper roll (empty, of course...) that I dressed up to turn it into a cute little gift box.
The image is a Snowflake medallion from Fred She Said that I colored with chalks, I used two shades of purple but the picture doesn´t show it well. I printed it twice so I could cut its center to place it on top with foam tape. Then, I glittered some parts of the medallion and glued some chunk glitter hope you can see it in the picture above) and topped it with a star button. I finished the box tying a piece of ribbon and spelled JOY with stickers and a snowflake button (all from my stash).
Hope you now feel completely inspired and join us in the fun!

I´m also playing at:
Paper Sundaes challenge #78: Christmas in July
Cupcake craft challenge #151: wish upon a star

Gift card holder

Hello my blogger friends, here I´m showing you what I made to inspire you for the POM Thursday challenge at The Outlawz this week (yes, this one is posted on time!). The challege is to make a gift card holder.
I started with a piece of red cardstock and I made a pocket with a triangle in one corner to slip the card. Took a piece of that pretty embossed white vellum paper and layered it with an embossed a tranpsarency sheet (loving my new cuttlebug!). I faux stitched around with a white gel pen and glued black sequins on the corners.
To make the embellishment I took a gold empty expresso coffe cup and crushed it, then I glued a red leather flower and finished it with another black sequin. I also wanted to add a bit of glitter to the gift card, but it didn´t work so well, you can see the right dress in it where I glittered some parts of it, but the glitter stuck to the whole card... so it was kind of messy... but it gave a nice touch anyway...
Hope you like this one and you can join us in the fun this week. And you have to see what the other girls did! you can not miss those great ideas!
Have a lovely day, thanks for looking.

I´m playing at the following challenges too:
Cupcake craft challenge #150: your favorite cupcake challenge (#55 gift card holder)
For fun challenges: one fold
All sorts #111: free and easy July

Sweetie pie!

I made this summer colored card for POM Thursday challenge at The Outlawz, this time it was an open challenge: anything goes. I started by embossing part of the front of the card, then I took two pieces of pattered paper, border punched them and placed them on the card, I made faux stitches with a black pen. I tied a piece of turquoise raffia and finished it with a small tag, where I printed the sentiment on it.
How cute is this robo pie... the image is Bot pie from Melissa Liban, once more I colored the image with colored pencils and glittered the bow after. Cut around the image and placed it with foam tape.
It´s a very sweet card and it looks better in real life...

Thanks for stopping by, tomorrow I have something for you ☺

A Giraffairy

Have you seen a giraffary in a cup before? I do! and loved this one in particular. This is Giraffairy from Melissa Liban. I´m so fond of this creation, I made it for the beautiful, darling and oh so cute daughter of my dear friend Gaby, Ana Sofia. I remember Anita wanting to be a butterfly when she was a toddler, how cute of her!! and when I saw this image I just knew what I wanted to make with it. It traveled 8000 miles!
I started coloring the image with colored pencils and glittered the skirt and wings, and I added a bit of blue glitter glue on her magic wand, cut around and glued a toothpick on the back.
Then I took a small plastic ice cream bowl and painted it with acrylic paint, I paint it resembling a little pond, the border reminded me to stones so I painted them in brown and glittered after.
I found those lotus plastic flowers at the dollar store and I had to have them.... I glued the flower with a little water bottle cap underneath and stuck the giraffairy in the center of the flower.
Here you have a picture of my hand with it so you can compare the size, it´s very small...
This is my inspiration creation for The Outlawz  POM challenge group where the challenge was to use things with wings.
Thank you once more for stopping, hope you like my project, I enjoyed every second spent in it!

Father´s day card

how do you like this one? I don´t make male cards as often, so they are a real challenge to me.
I made it for The Outlawz Father´s day challenge at their POM Thursday challenge group. The challenge was to make at least one of your own embellishments. I made the 3-D stars
I cut a bunch of them from scraps of paper with my cricut machine and I followed Heidi´s directions, they are very easy and the results is great! I love them! and now I have a few to use on other projects too.
The image is Bunny dad, boy and girl from Melissa Liban, I colored them with colored pencils and cut in a star shape. A piece of patterned paper cut the plain of the card base with a few faux stitches with white gel pen, placed the image with foam tape and hot glued the little stars as in a circle, To finish the card I hand wrote the sentiment with a black marker.
I think it turned out cute, hope you like it too!
Thanks for stopping ☺

Hi there!

I´m back! it´s been a month since my last post but I needed to take care of a few things in my life first, and as you all my blogger friends know life comes first, so my blogging time had to be put aside a few days.

There are a few creations of mine I made in between that I wanted to share with you so, please, bear with me because there will be a few post one after the other.
On this first one I´m showing you a very clean, simple and colorful card
I made this one for a challenge hosted by Melissa Liban on CDAC a few weeks ago. Missy gave this cute racoon for free to work with and the challenge was to use embellishments. I used a few buttons, a brad and a sticker cake (all from my stash) to embellish this card.
I colored the image with crayons cut around and placed it with foam tape. The sentiment is computer generated. Very simple but I like how the colors combine together.
Hope you like it too, thanks for stopping!