There are always packs of unopened straws from Yakut and package drinks left behind in our fridge. Sometimes I use them as glue applicators or paint stirrers. But these days I’ve been giving them a little “star” treatment. And since then, chopsticks accumulated from takeouts and twist ties have also been recognised for their star … Continue reading Starstruck with straws, chopsticks, twist ties and candles
When my 5 yo goddaughter and I meet up, we love to hand each other our little handmade somethings. She would shower me with sweet girly drawings, scribblings, love notes, masks or a surprise “masterpiece”. Godma would usually make origami iconic symbols. A galaxy of stars made with coloured and patterned papers, a page from … Continue reading Galaxy of origami stars
That’s what I think would be a nice compliment to go with a camera image that was used earlier on these cards. Is there someone who has been a great role model?
That’s what I’m calling this technique when using images/text in threes. I have utilized the Office Space stamp set (used previously here and here) for this purpose in 3 ways on three cards. Three’s not a crowd. The tripling effect bands different images or repeated images or sentiments in threes, enough to spread over the … Continue reading The tripling effect: 3 ways
When I got the Finished Frames die set by Avery Elle, I was only thinking of using the small dies to die cut confetti. However I’ve deviated from my initial plan and have used them to make a stencil to accentuate the backgrounds as well as make die cut windows for inlay and shaker on … Continue reading Die cut stencil background card