The Greeting Farm: Have A Fairy Nice Day!

Hi guys,
I'm back again with you today for The Greeting Farm and I'm on a roll with projects that take me out of my comfort zone, as today's card is all about little rainbow fairies
If you've read yesterday's post, you know that I tried to get out of my comfort zone lately and decided to colour first, then match with papers. GAH! It's just not working for me folks, I'm sorry, I'll do better next time, but this is my second attempt! Okay, if we leave the drama aside, I think what's fun here is that the Little Fairies stamp set is SO versatile, i.e. you can literally use it on cards, layouts, planners, tags, etc!
So for this project, I first stamped and coloured all the little rainbow fairies on my favourite colouring cardstock, then created a 4¼"x5½" kraft cardbase onto which I layered several pattern papers that were about to be tossed in the bin otherwise, for having been on my desk for too long. And since everything was pretty crammed, I stamped a fabulous sentiment onto some crisp white cardstock so that it would pop and attract the eye automatically when looking at it. A few enamel dots here and there, and voilà!
Have a nice day, all! xxx 

The Greeting Farm: Make a wish!

Hey guys!
I'm back with you today to share a fun and very colorful project for The Greeting Farm using both the Magical Friends and A Lil' Magic stamp sets. Have you looked at the new website, yet? SOOOOOO fun, I swear! I simply adore the new subcategories under each category, I mean, HELLO, fantasy section ;-)!
So, I have to admit something about today's card. I did it because I wanted it to be different, totally out of my comfort zone, and it worked. I'm still not sure about it and I learned to let it go, that it's okay to try something else! What I mean is, that I stamped several unicorns (loveliiiiies) onto my favourite colouring cardstock and began colouring them with Copic markers without matching them first with papers. I know, I know, many of you all do it this way, but I'm a matchy-matchy kinda gal! I chose colours that brought me fun and added LOTS of spica pen glitter, for them to shine like a diamond. I fussy cut them with a pair of sharp scissors, then added them to a few layers of pattern papers onto a white regular 4¼"x5½" cardbase. 
Oh, but something was missing! So I decided to detach my unicorns from the cardbase in order to stamp several flowers and a sentiment directly onto the pattern papers, for extra fun, then popped the silhouettes with foam dots. And then I left it as is, with a few sequins. I'm letting go, people! Next step would be to actually mail it, eheh.
So make sure to grab a set (or three) in the brand new The Greeting Farm store and get out of your comfort zone soon enough. Until then, xxx

LDRS Creative and I Am Roses: Sometimes all you need is a hug...


Hello, all!
I'm back with you today to share some creative inspiration with the brand new release that is about to hit the store VERY soon at LDRS Creative!
Are you as excited as we are? I sure hope so! And I wanted to show you today a very huggable set from a new artist debuting with us. Both the image, the hearts and the sentiment are from one stamp set called HUGGABLE STAMP SET



I really wanted this card project to show how soft-looking the new Country Friends paperpad from the Polkadoodles line is. And also, can you spot a few dies as well? There's one amazing set called Ribbon Gift Frame and Bows that you will ABSOLUTELY need in your stash, and a fabulous Lamp Post one that will be the perfect finishing touch to every project, not only cardmaking!

And can you tell I've been dying to use some flowers with the collection as well? Of course, these beauties are from I Am Roses and you can find all of them here:









These fun products are almost upon you, you only have to wait a few more days, don't worry! And stay tuned for more inspiration!