tirsdag 22. mai 2018

An altered bike

Summer is almost here, and Hobbykunst has got some new wooden  bikes from Rayher


The bike has been decorated in retro style with dotty glitter paper from Rayher




The bike


The bike has been covered with dotty glitter paper from Rayher. The wheels has been covered with black cardstock.  The support has been covered with Kaisercraft's paper Coal - Christmas Edition, which has a fantastic wooden structure. The butterfly in acetate has been cut out from a sheet of acetate from Kaisercraft - Butterflies - Romantique Acetate


The back wheel has been decorated carully with flowers in red and white, and has got a little flag from 3D sticker set - Summer Party.


Happy crafting.

tirsdag 15. mai 2018

Have a marvelous day

Today, I am showing you a super simple CAS card. 



The tree on the front has been created using the tree die from the Puppy Love die and stamp set. The white cardstock has been mounted on 3D foam tape to create dimention and making the tree pop out from the green bckground paper.






The green dotty background paper is from the Pretty Perfect paper pad, and created a soft background colour on the card.


The little dog on the back is a stamp from the Puppy love stamp and die cut set. I just love the dies that come with this stamp set. It makes it so easy to cut around the stamps.

søndag 13. mai 2018

Mixed media light house with Extreme Sheen paints

Have you tried the new Extreme Sheen paints from Rayher? This is fantastic metallic paints with high gloss. They are fantastic to use for a lot of different projects. Here, I have tested them on an altered lighthouse from a second hand shop. 


First, I added washi tape over the windows, to protect these from paint and glue. Then, I added metal, wooden pieces and flowers. The ligh house was then spray painted black and then dry painted with Extreme Sheen paints.


The pink flowers has been fussy cut from the paper: Sainte Maxime - St. Tropez, from Prima.









The boat and the lighthouse in wood is old wooden figures from Kaisercraft. Under the boat, I used micro beads and screws.









Materials used:



Extreme Sheen - Metallic sapphire, 29 ml Extreme Sheen - Metallic pink Extreme Sheen - Metallik bronzet Extreme Sheen - Metallic gold 
Prima: Sainte Maxime - St. Tropez Prima: Copper - Finnabair Art Ingredients Micro Beads Liquitex: Super Heavy Matte 



lørdag 12. mai 2018

The impossible card

This card has been made as a gamer card, and is a super card for confirmation or a birthday for a gamer. 

After what I can see, this folding card started to take of in the beginning of April on You-tube. After this, a lot of people has made their own tutorials. This card, I have had on my table since April, and now I thought it was on time to blog it and show my version of the tutorial. The video audio is in Norwegian, as this is created for the Norwegian shop Hobbykunst

The card has got the name, "The impossible card" or "Det umulige kortet" in Norwegian. The card has got this name because it is difficult to see how the card has been folded when you look at the finished card. 



The base has been created in white cardstock. The wooden decor with is from Rayher.



The die on the standing up tag is from LDRS: Fancy Rectangles & Layers Die Set and the congratulation die is from Papirdesign.


The papers are from Papirdesign: Jernvareavdelingen, Opp og ned and Flott ungdom.




I have also decorated under the card. The "Admit one" ticket in glitter is from a paper from Bo Bunny - Cross Country - Whiteout Glitter



Tutorial (photos)

The measurements are just a suggestion, you can change them when you get used to the card fold. 


Cut out one piece of cardstock 12x14cm.


From the top: Cut half way in from the top (7cm) nd half way down on the card 6cm).
From the bottom: Cut 3 cm in from each side, and half way up to the center of the card (6cm).
The middle: Score between the cuts


Turn the card around, hold the middle part of the card up. 



Keep the left side as it is, and turn the bottom right part of the card down and under the card. 




As the card is now, it's difficult to see how the card has been folded, that is why it's got the name "The impossible card"


Tutorial (video - Norwegian audio):





Tutorial (video - short version - no audio)




Materials used: 



Bazzill: Smoothie - Coconut Swirl Kraft kartong - brun kraft, 30.5x30.5cm, 200g/m2 Papirdesign: JernvareavdelingPapirdesign: Opp og ned
Papirdesign: Flott ungdomBo Bunny: Cross Country - Whiteout Glitter LDRS: Fancy Rectangles & Layers Die Set, 5/Pkg Tredekor - Musikk, ass. Farger, 12 stk 
Tim Holtz: Vintage Photo -Distress Oxides Ink Pad UHU Flinke Flasche - Universal lim, 90 g 


torsdag 3. mai 2018

Wedding minialbum

When you have been invited for a wedding, a minialbum could be the perfect gift. Here I have used Papirdesign's new collection Bryllupsfest, together with papers from Kaisercraft and some rustic papers from different brands. The rustic style was picked for the wedding couple.



The outside of the album, has veen decorated with the paper "Brudebukett" from Papirdesign's Bryllupsfestserie.



The circle with the word "Bryllup/wedding" is from the paper" Til de nygifte" from Papirdesign's Bryllupsfestserie. It has been dies out with a dies from LDRS sin Fancy Circles dies sett.


The leaves are old dies from Prima and leave dies from the sett Grace Build-A-Card Dies fra LDRS creative.

Tutorial on how to create an album like this can be found in this blogpost



Video of the album




The album

The album has 6 sheets, decorated on both sides, ant two tags. All the texts are in Norwegian, and are from the two papers Fremtiden med deg and Til de nygifte from Papirdesign. 

Photos of the album.















































Papers used: Papirdesign - Bryllupsfest: Fremtiden med degTil de nygifteBrudebukettFor alltid dinBrudemars ogTil lykke. Kaisercraft - Sage and Grace: BlossomsMint og Chabby Chic. Kaisercraft: Derelict - Basecoat 4. Older papers: Acetat from Hedi Swapp

The edges has been diesed out with dies from Spellbinder and Marianne design. I have also used scissors fro Fiskars on a lot of the edges.



Materials used:

Papirdesign: Fremtiden med deg - Bryllupsfest Papirdesign: Til de nygifte - Bryllupsfest Papirdesign: Brudebukett - Bryllupsfest  Papirdesign: For alltid din - Bryllupsfest
Papirdesign: Brudemars - Bryllupsfest Papirdesign: Til lykke, beige - Bryllupsfest Kaisercraft: Blossoms - Sage & Grace Kaisercraft: Mint - Sage & Grace 
Kaisercraft: Shabby Chic - Sage & Grace Kaisercraft: Derelict - Basecoat 4 Heidi Swapp LDRS: Grace Build-A-Card Dies 

LDRS: Fancy Circles Dies, 6/Pkg Bazzill: Chipboard - Grey, Natural Bazzill: Smoothie - Coconut Swirl Fiskars - mønstersaks, scallop 
Magnet, dia 6 mm, tykkelse 1 mm, 20/Pkg UHU Flinke Flasche - Universal lim, 90 g Tim Holtz: Walnut Stain -Distress Oxides Ink Pad 


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