lördag 6 juni 2015

And one more Tilda graduate (For Isabelle)

 Happy saturday everyone and welcome to me :) 
Today Id like to showcase my latest project, its another card I made for a commission by my lovely coworker Eva. I also made the graduation card in blue for her, that one was meant for her daughter. This one is for her neighbor. They are close friends and she wanted to surprise her good with something home-made. 

Once again I chose to color the same little Tilda, Im as into Magnolia as I used to be. I truly adore them all. She is colored with my distress ink pads on 300 g watercolor paper. Flowers are WOC and papers are Maja Design. The little stamp says Grattis which means Congratulations in swedish. I bought that one at a local swedish scrapstore named Gummiapan. 
I hope Isabelle will treasure this as much as I enjoyed making it. 

Once again thank you so much for stopping by my blog. 
Welcome back again 

fredag 5 juni 2015

A little Tilda Graduate

Hi there 
I told you Id be back soon. :) 
And Im so incredibly happy to be back! 
Today Id like to show you a cute little Tilda I colored for a commission card. 

 It was ordered by one of my coworkers. Her daughter named Emilia will be a graduate next week. Amazing ha! Imagine when that day will come, that will be awesome.
Well, signe is eight now so there will be some time til then thankfully. Im not growing older of course ;) Ha, ha, ha!
The papers are a mix of Magnolia and MajaDesign. The flag die is from Magnolia and I colored see little Tilda up with what makes me feel most comfy - my distress pads.

Thank you so much for checking in with me today! 

torsdag 4 juni 2015

This diapercake turned out to be the thing that got me back my mojo

Hello there! 
Im soon happy to write this blogpost as you probably cannot believe. 
As the ones of you know that has been following me for a longer period of time I have been experiencing a serious lack of mojo..
You know we all do from time to time but this one lasted for almost 1 1/2 years and I actually thought it might never ever come back. 

Then my amazing coworker, Erik, told us in the beginning of this schoolyear he and his lovely wife Erica expected another baby. They are proud parents of a cute little girl named Saga (Fairytale in swedish) and she is only two weeks older than my Ella. Now she is the proud big sister to Noel, a beautiful baby boy. To welcome him to the world my other coworkers and me had a long discussion as to what we should buy. However we couldn't think of something great enough (I thought ;)) so I said it. "I can create something". In that same moment I deeply regretted my mind. I started doubting myself and thinking there was absolutely no way I could. But then time flew by and suddenly he became a father and I was in a bit of a hurry. Out of the blue I decided to go with a diapercake. And believe me! I had soon much fun putting it together, I had never done anything like it before. And of course it had to have a card on top for little Noel. For special people, you can make special things. 

Unfortunately I was unaware of the importance this diapercake should make in my life because after this one I have attended one scrapmeet and I have also created two cards on commission! And Ive loved every part of the creation process! yay!! I was wrong - I still love doing this and I can't wait til I get another precious moment in my scrap room. Because I had no idea of the importance of this project Im sorry to say this is the only picture I have of it. I added more than a blue baby blanket of course and I also wrapped it up real nice. Erik and his wife truly appreciated it and thats just lovely isn't it! I hope they will take it apart and use the diapers though ;) 

I´ll be back soon, sooner than you think as I have two cards more to show you. 
Thank you, thank you, thank you so much for looking and for staying with me all of this time.