Sometimes you just want to see images or search posts by images. It’s annoying if you have to scroll down the entire list of posts to find that one post, especially if you don’t know any keywords that could help you find it faster. So here’s a gallery, click on the image to see the larger version. On that page, you can click the link above the image to the blogpost it was used in. As the amount of images grows it might take a bit to load.
January 2015 – May 2015:
I almost forgot – a card! So I made this one fairly quickly
I especially left the caryons in, as she had seen another crayon art piece and had liked it a lot.
August 2014 – December 2014:
With clear embossing, as I couldn’t decide on a colour for the text.
Pictures: (Pictures within the galleries are not in Chronological order).
Ooh I loved this one, been saving it for a special blogoccasion. The women is made of multiple layers. Stamps from Chocolate Baroque (I think, it was in a grab bag). Text is from erm….another company. 2 different embossing folders used for the background.
This one was for one of my nieces. I like the scenerey a lot. All stamps from Chocolate Baroque.
Made back in july, this paper origami flower with stamps from Design by Ryn and Chocolate Baroque.
Yes, these are the raindrops from Design by Ryn. I heat a rubber block thingy (forgot the name), then pressed the stamp into that. It cools quite fast, and then you have the negative of the stamp. I turned it upside down and made balloons out of “tears”. Stamps used on the flowers and cloud (swirly kind and the leaves) are also from Designs by Ryn.
I love to try out different colours. Who knows how mythical worlds look?
This is a card I almost didn’t want to give away. I just loved how the colouring ended up, and the glimmer on her tail. I used a lot of masking on this card, although it’s just one (or was it more?) stamps from Chocolate Baroque.
This card I made for a neighbour who watered our plants while we were on vacation in a very hot week.
Can you tell that I like this card very much as well? Design by Ryn raindrops and Chocolate Baroque flower. The flower emits warmth, scent, or the steam kind of thing you sometimes see after a rainshower in the summer. I heatembossed the edges.
Yup, this was a card for a man, nad I am quite satisfied with the result.
A steampunk stamp girl, and I gave her wings with the steampunk umbrella stamp.
Various different cards, made while at my partents house so a limited supply of crafting materials (only 1 very efficiently packed crate…)
Finally used special paper – I always find it hard to use it.
I liked the glass from Sheena Douglas a little bit magical (forgot the name of the subset) – Thought it was fitting for these Happy New Year- cards (as it was past Christmas allready)
Placing the stencil, spraying glimmer mist on it…
Also with dylusions ink spary, although that bled more underneath the stencil, more ink coming out when spraying.
My choice and layout for now.
Cake nr 2 – presenting it to F.
I was telling Tobias to watch out for the candle, or ask him to blow it out. The candle was out of reach from F, but not the cake! I didn’t see what she did there: Dig in!
Dikkie Dik! This is what they were supposed to look like. As you can see, I’m not much of a drawing artist. Luckily the image of Dikkie Dik is printed on the tag as well.
Some light so you can see the key.
Front: The gears that work the door, just insert the key.
You are the best
A Sunday at the sea
The mystery of new life
Ingredients used: Etching cream, punches, spray glue , static foil, spray paint, salt dough, food color powder and decoupage glue (mod podge).
Most finished, with two car shaped candles on top.
An hour old. The midwife is showing how Freya had been in my belly.
Oh hi mom, you here?
This is all real. No editing. It just looks so… unreal, I know!
Made through the window of the Colorline “Fantasy” – From Kiel to Oslo.
I just love these colours. I should cut a bit off the top of the picture, and then enlarge it.
Home from the walk, he runs to the “pool” and steps in before I can do anything… so I call for my partner to bring the camera!
Babyfeet at the beach!
He liked picking dandelions too. Too bad he didn’t like walking.
The Flam train, at the waterval stop.
Soooo cute! That was really a cute expression he had, I’m glad I got it on “film”.
Isn’t he cute? He was so interested in the pinecones! This was the first time he saw them, on a highwayparking in Germany.
Testversie – testversion
Achterkant – Backside
Mijn doosje – My box
Theedoosje met Liefde, Vriendschap en Geluk erop geëtst