Cute Little Sachets

I'm enjoying my weekend, I hope you are too!
Just wanted to share these sachets today.
They are really fun and easy to make, just like making tags almost.
These Sweet Pea scented sachet will make my closet smell so pretty!

I also want to thank you for all the wonderful comments in the past few days.
I'm always happy to share my work and love that you've taken the time to let me know what you think of them.
Thanks ... hope you enjoy these cute little sachets.
Have a fantastic weekend.


Love Today Tomorrow and Forever

I sure wish spring is here already!
It's raining and cold here, so I've decided to cheer myself up by making this spring inspired card.
I didn't use any designer paper, just a piece of cross stitch fabric with Distress crackle paint. Then sewn the edges to stop the fabric from fraying.

I stamped these butterflies twice on acetate and roughly cut around the edges.
Add silver glitter to the bottom layer, place the second image on by gluing only the center of the butterfly.
Finish off with a string of pearls for the body.

The green flower center is a glass pebble with acrylic paint.
To get the look, I place a mesh fabric over the green pebble and dab on the paint.
Let the paint dry then remove the mesh and you get this beautiful pattern.

I had a great time making this card.
I'm always happy to see you stop by ... Thanks so much!
Enjoy your day.


Hello Friend

"Hello Friend" It's been way to long since my last post!
I have a card to share today and I'm so happy to be back.

First I have to tell you how much I love the Martha Stewart Vintage Leaf Glitter (the beautiful blue on my card below).
They come in 12 different vintage colors and all are absolute must have for me!
Absolutely love it!!!
My next favorite thing on this card is the pretty dangling charm.
Isn't it so pretty? It's by BIBliography and I found them at Joann.
Another pretty little thing is the angel motif. I gave it a spray with an antique texture paint, then sand off to show the cooper metal underneath.
I think the floral embroidery mesh made this card really elegant.
All these layers of goodies are Prima paper which have been distress with ink and paint.

Thank you my friends for stopping by ... I'm so happy you did.
Have a beautiful day and I hope to have another card to share soon.


CLP-44 Pretty Little Stamps

There is a new Sketch over at CLP challenge for you to play with this month, I hope to see your take on the sketch ... please join us.
This is a special month for me, I'm so excited to sponsor the CLP challenge and even more excited to bring my back my Gurlee Girl stamps.
I've decided to change the store name to Pretty Little Stamps and will also be caring them as digital images.
There are 3 new girlies added this month and I've been waiting so patiently to share them with you.

First up is "Lexi with Balloons".
I've printed her on 500 series Bristol Vellum paper and color her up with watercolors.
These adorable DCWV papers have been sewn with a lace overlay for that extra soft and girlie look.

Next is "Lovable Avie" and I lave used the current CLP Sketch challenge on this card.

She was also printed on 500 series Bristol Vellum paper and watercolor.
These papers are Prima and DCWV, I love mixing different company's products together.

And finally ... "Cammy in the Wind".
She too was printed on 500 series Bristol Vellum paper and watercolor.
These papers are MME ... Love this collection!

Please make sure to stop by the challenge blog and see my wonderful DT sister's work.
Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope you like my latest Pretty Little Stamps collection.
Please take part in the CLP Sketch challenge, I would love to see your take.

Have a beautiful day.