Alice In Wonderland – Acetate Tags

I haven’t made any tags for a while and when I saw ‘Alice In Wonderland’ (I looooove ‘Alice in Wonderland’!!!) acetate sheets in scrapbooking.gr, I knew straight away that I’d use them for a set of acetate tags. I decided to follow the ‘cards’ colour theme and stick to black, white and red. I find…

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‘Thank you’ card

I'm not a big card maker but there are times when I'd much rather make one than buy one. End of the school year is one of those occasions. Being a teacher myself, I find it much more heart-warming to receive a handmade gift than a bunch of flowers. Following that idea, I made a…

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Special moments

This is probably one of the ‘flattest’ layouts I have ever made but I wanted to show off the papers and stickers from the Kaisercraft ‘Keepsake’ collection that I received from Scrapbooking.gr. It was also the first time, I have scribbled and written on the background to add to the paper instead of using my…

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Summer bird | scrapbooking.gr

In this month’s package from Scrapbooking.gr, I received a set of Kaisercraft goodies: a 3D Bird wall hanging and ‘Keepsake’ collection bundle of 12×12 papers. My mind was racing… what do I make? what do I make? I started by altering the wall hanging – the weathered white wood paper looks so realistic glued onto…

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Up-cycled cardboard packaging | Scrapbooking.gr

It’s so much fun playing with all the pretty papers from Scrapbooking.gr but today I decided to do something different. I used stencil’s cardboard packaging as a base and a card backing from the Prima resistant canvas die-cuts as a paper cluster… unusual? maybe but definitely effective! I have also made a tutorial for those…

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Experience – mini album

I am still trying to figure out how to express myself in craft without going into mixed-media and I have found out that the only way it works for me is by making mini-albums. They are the only type of project where I do not feel an overwhelming urge to grab my paints and texture…

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