I am back today, a little late I should say… but happy to share a card that I created using a super cute digi stamp that I found in The Doodle Garden


The stamp is called Flower Kitty  by Jennifer L Nilsson and you can find  by clicking  >>>Here<<< I colored the image using Copics, and I use some patterned papers, as well as sequins, stitches and Glossy Accents. The sentiment is by Hero Arts/Studio Calico and it is included in a set named  Oh, Snap.

Thanks for stopping by :) Have a wonderful crafty week!


Happy Friday, everyone!

Just really quick today to share a card  that I created using my Silhouette Cameo


This card features a super cute shape called Doggy, and a sentiment that happens to be the Free shape of this week in the Silhouette online store. I cut the the two shapes and the oval with my Cameo using smooth card stock …  I used a patterned paper as the background,  and I embellish with some yummy sequins.

Thanks for stopping by :) Have a wonderful crafty weekend!



After two days off from school due to the Artic Vortex weather here in the midwest…brrr! I am back to share a simple card that includes a cute doggy image by Jane’s Doodles…


This doggy is very cute and you can get it as a freebie >>> HERE<<< What I really like about digital images is that you can set their size as you wish, and you don’t need a fancy printer… your regular ink printer is just perfect. I printed out the dog three times (on brown and red card stock, as well as patterned paper) Using scissors I cut out the ears, tail, nose and eye spot from the brown printed image, and I glued them to the patterned paper dog print. I did the same with the heart, and I just added Glossy Accents. Glossy Accents is one of my favorite products. The sentiment wast printed on plain white card stock and I stamped the text bubble included in the set “Attached to you“. I used some patterned papers for the background and doggy by Basic Grey (Hey You! and Hey Girl!) The plaid patterned paper is by We R Memory Keepers but I am not sure about the collection.

Thanks for stopping by :) Have a wonderful crafty day!



The year is just beginning and I am thrilled to be back here in my cyber spot. I went to Mexico for fifteen days with my hubby and two sons,  and I really enjoyed my time there. I spent time with my mom, sister and brothers, and I also had the chance to see some of my girl friends. The food was awesome, and the weather was very nice. I took my Ipad with me and thanks to that, I could keep posting my cards from there. We came back on Thursday, our flight was delayed about two and a half hours due to the nasty weather here in Chicago, but luckily we arrived home safe and sound.

While I was in Mexico, I had time to think about my blog, specifically I thought about the things I want to share this year. I have been posting cards since 2009 following the rules of challenges and design teams, so this year it will be a little bit more about what I want to create :) Every month I will randomly choose a theme for my cards and other projects. Besides my stamped cards, I want to include projects using my Cricut and my Silhouette, as well as Scrapbooking pages. The theme that I chose for January is Cats & Dogs


Why cats and dogs? Well, since I was a child,  pets have always been part of my life. So this month, whatever I am going to say… I will do it with a cat or a dog. I also want to set certain days  to post my theme projects, but that is something I still have to define. Currently, besides Jane’s Doodles, I don’t have any other commitments with other stamps companies, so that gives me the freedom I need to choose the days and products that I want to use.  If you have any suggestions for themes, please feel free to leave your ideas as a comment. At the end of the month I will have a Guest Designer, and I am not sure yet, but maybe I will leave a space for you to share your projects… Maybe this is the time for you to use that stamp image that you haven’t used yet, or create that scrapbook page of your pet that you have set aside. I hope you like the idea and I also hope you can find inspiration on what I will be posting this year.

Well, here is my first project using my Cricut…


For this card I used two cartridges: Lacy Labels and Meow. I cut out the little cats using a 6×6 pad Collection called Hey Girl!  by Basic Grey. The sentiment is included in Year Round Sentiments by Hero Arts. I just added a few details to this card: Glossy Accents, sequins and some stitches.

Thanks for stopping by :) Have a wonderful crafty week!



Today is the last day of the year, so I think the sentiment of card # 31 is just perfect for today…
I created this card using a set called Year Round Sentiments, and a background cling stamp called True Friends, both of them by Hero Arts. I used the background as a subtle image, and the sentiment and star images were simply stamped with black ink. To embellish my card I added decorative tape, and Stickles.

Well, I hope you have a wonderful end of the year, and I hope all your wishes come true. I am glad that everyday along 2013 I have received many visits from all over the world to my blog, so I wish for next year that I can continue sharing my crafts with all of you. I hope the next year brings everybody happiness, health and love to your lives, and why not, also many crafty projects :)

Happy New year to everyone! Thanks for visiting.


Happy Monday, everyone!

I am back today with a card #30…

This is card that I made using a stamp set called Cube it by Jane’s Doodles. I created the background using the cube pattern. I also used a sentiment as the focal point… Quite simple. Embroidery thread and sequins were the final touches for my card.

Thanks for stopping by :) I hope you have a wonderful day!



A little late, here is card #29…
This card is quite simple, I colored the images with markers and added Glossy accents along with a happy sentiment. The stamps are by Hero Arts.

Thanks for stopping by :)


Hey There!

Yesterday  I spent most part of the day knitting a sweater for Shelby (my dog) and I basically forgot about everything… Lol.  It has been a while since the last time I knitted something… So Shelby’s sweater is not so pretty… Lol. Anyway, I am back today to share two cards: Card #27…

I created this card using a JD set called Double Trouble. I colored the images with my Copics. The clouds are from another JD set: Home Sweet Home, and to finish this card I added some little banners and dots

Here is card #28…

This card was create for a ME challenge, and I used three ME sets: Modern Borders (to create the background), Basic Borders (to stamp one of the banners), and I also used a sentiment included in Smitten.

Thanks for stopping by :) Have a nice day!



I am back today to share card #26….

This card, features a versatile JD stamp set: Cube It. I like that this set includes many sentiments and geometric images to play with. This is the kind of set perfect to create clean and simple cards.

Thank you for visiting :) Have a wonderful rest of the week!



I am back today with card #25…


I created the base and background of my card using the Speelbinder dies. Next, I simply stamped the snowman on a piece of white card stock with black ink and added some color details (an orange nose and light blue along the snowman body). Then, I heat-embossed the sentiment with white powder, and I added a piece of patterned paper on the bottom, so the snowman wouldn’t look like he was flying I embellished my card with yummy sequins, Liquid Pearls, Stickles and Glossy Accents.

I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas along with your friends and family!


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