fredag 21. april 2017

You and Me - Bingo! Layout - DT Scrapberry's

Hello Everyone! It's tutorail day over at the Scrapberry's international blog and I'm on the video team and of course I have a video for you today! In my last video post for Scrapberry's I played around with the Stain's Ink pads (you can find my post here) and I wanted to play some more with them, so I made a layout and a watercolor background playing with the Stain's Inks.

The pads has a beautiful vibrant color. The stickers on the pads "lies" a bit so I do recommend trying them out on a scrap piece of paper before applying to the project.

I have to say I really love the effect the pads had on my page, the flowed just as I wanted and made this flowy effect. I stamed a bit and splashed aswell to finish the background work. The papers added are from Scrapberry's "You and Me" collection on I also stamped with a prima flower stamp. Would you like to see how I made this layout please check out the video below.

I had so much fun making this page adding all the little details.. 

I added these beautiful metal trinkes from Scrapberry's - the clock face and the together metal embellishement witch was kinda perfect for my page. 

The triangles are chipboards from Creative Embellishements. Those I really love. The Flair button are from Scrapberry's "Happily ever after" Collecction and was just the perfect color and sentiment. 

I'll be joining these challenges with my layout: 

Thanks for joining me today. For more inspiration with Scrapberry's products please head on over to their blog. Have a fantastic day everyone. ~ Yasmin

onsdag 19. april 2017

Vintage Cards - DT Wild Orchid Crafts

Hello lovelies, it's my turn over at the Wild Orchid blog and I have two vintage cards to share with you.
The first card has more details and the other, I used loads of the Open Roses, Wild Roses and the Pretty Flori flowers. The papers are from Scrapberry's.

The beautiful resin bird is from Prima and was a perfect sentiment to my card. This card is actually a card without media. Shocking isn't it? hahaha :)

I used an old bookpage from a book that's from 1878.. I know.. really old, but this book is in such bad shape, so I think it's better to give it a new use in my scrapbooking.. Ok.. Over to my second card..

This card is a smaller card using the same type of paper as the first one, from Scrapberry's. I embellished with Wild Orchid Crafts flowers and some rhinestones.

I'm joining in these challenges with first my card:

Thank you so much for dropping by my blog today! I'd love to hear what you think. 
- Yasmin

mandag 10. april 2017

Altered Tin and Spool Stand

Hello lovelies! I hope everyone is good, it's soon Easter holiday's here in Norway and I hope that you are going to enjoy yourself alot this Easter. Of course I have a little share today. I made an Altered Tin and Spool stand I'm really excited about.

I got my mixed media on while making this little stand. I added so many Wild Orchid Flowers on this and loads of mixed media products like Crackle paste, sprays and Finnabairs waxes.

I put this together by using a wooden spool and a small fish tin on top of it and covered it with crackle paint, mists and art Alchemy Waxes. I decorated it with loads of Wild Orchid flowers, Prima resin decor and  little 7dots Studio Sticker. Do you recongnize the little girl? Well.. It's me! I started dancing ballroom dancing when I was about 4 years old.. my carrier ended in the age of 9 I think.. don't really know why.. :) I wish I still danced though.. I really liked it I remember.

l also added loads of micro beads and glitter to my project, long with strings and flowers. 

I'm joining in these challenges with my little project: 

Thank you so much for visiting my blog today! I would love to hear what you think about my little project! ~ Yasmin

tirsdag 4. april 2017

Spring Basket - DT Scrapberry's & Wild Orchid Crafts

Hello Everyone! Today I have a little altered thing to show you. I'm combined two of my designteams bringing in the gorgeous flowers from Wild Orchid and the stunning papers from Scrapberry's into the mix. I made a little Spring/Easter Basket I would love to show you.

I have to say I really love the daffodil flowers from Wild Ochid Crafts. They are so gorgeous and perfect for any spring projects.

I made the basket out of an empty nut container. I painted it first with gesso and crackle paint. I glued papers from the Juliet Collection from Scrapberry's and added that to the box.

I made a wreath out of branches to place on top of my basket and decorated with a lot of flowers from Wild Orchid and fuzzy cut some butterflies out of the Juliet Collection from Scrapberry's.

The little bird is an embellishement from Scrapberry's and it was perfect from my little basket. The pinecones are real pinecones we find outside in some of my trees.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today and if you want to see more projects with Wild Orchid Crafts products or Scrapberry's products, please visit their blogs. :)

Have a great Creative Day! - Yasmin