Finally March and it feels like spring is getting closer with the warm sunshine and colorful flowers. Spring also means birthdays in my family and this first card is for my youngest brother.
I was inspired by this week’s challenge at Freshly Made Sketches #126
This second card more or less just happened, feels great to be inspired and not in a rush some times! The sketch that inspired me to make the card was this week’s challenge at Clean and simple stamping.
My choice of technique was inspired by my dear friend Jen at JenandTricks, she is also responsible for me using sequins all of a sudden, never really liked them to be honest! Or at least not the figure shaped ones we used in preschool.
My mother’s parents in law gave me this wonderful oak table when I moved a few months ago, sanded and oiled and it looks just great! So I wanted to give them something as a thanks since I got it for free, I decided to give them a nice bottle of wine and maybe some cheese so I used my new die for a wine tag and decided to enter a few more challenges this week!
Crafty bloggers network March challenge: Nature
Simply less is more #162: OLC + Spring flowers
And last but not least Promarker challenge #237: Flowers
I must say it has been a quite productive weekend after all, my new couch is right where it should be, I’ve been biking in the wonderful weather, the sun has been shining and I got to spend some time in my crafting closet. Happy times!
5 thoughts on “Sunday crafting”
Fantastic results from your crafting time! Your FMS card is a perfect masculine card – great job! Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.
What a super tag!
Thanks for taking part in the one layer challenge at LIM this week
Anne (Guest LIM commenter)
Love your clean and simple card! Its so fun!!!
These look wonderful. I especially like the one with the ink splatter & sequins. The wine label is gorgeous too. Thanks for joining us at Passion For Promarkers.
Lovely projects. Thank you for joining in Crafty Bloggers Network Challenge and good luck.
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