Sunday, May 12, 2024

Thank You Pineapple

Hi friends. Happy May! Sorry that I haven't been blogging as much. I currently have my mom visiting all the way from Indonesia and am focusing on spending time with her as this kind of moment are rare and few in between. 

However, today, am popping in to share my Spellbinders' May Stitching Die Club card.

This pineapple is just gorgeous and yep, never thought I'd ever say that about a pineapple. Hah... but the stitching definitely add such a special touch to the pineapple. For the background of the card I used Leafy 3D Embossing folder, which is a classic and I feel like it can be used for many occasions. Once I am done with the embossing, I splatter some gold ink on it. Let dry and then adhere the stitched pineapple.

For the sentiment I used one of the sentiment All You Need Glimmer Sentiment set. And finish by adding some rhinestones. 

Hope you enjoy today's card and thank you for stopping  by here.

Monday, May 6, 2024

Sincere Sentiments

Hi peeps. Am popping in to do quick share os these cards that I made a while back, but haven't share it here on blog land.

Also, before I forget, if you're a fan of Spellbinders' dies, they're having a monstrous die sales at the moment. Check it out HERE to take advantage of the sales (and if you kindly click through my blog, I do get small commissions from the sales and of course, at no cost to you).

Back to the card, I went back to my clean and simple root and did these cards below using Stampendous' Sincere Sentiments set.

Sometimes I forgot how much I love clean and simple style and these cards totally reminded me why I love doing CAS card. All those white space just make me happy. :)

On the next card, I just made a little change and stamped teh image on colored cardstock instead and frame the image by adding the dotted frame.

Often less is more, right? Have a blessed day everyone!

Handmade Holidays

Hello. I am back with more cards featuring Spellbinders latest release, this time highlighting the Handmade Holidays collection. First up is...