Wednesday, 28 January 2015

January Blog Hop

Hiii.. Welcome to our very first blog hop on 2015!

We are so excited to announce that we have a NEW FIT blog hop sponsor this year!!!!!!
Please join me in welcoming The Ink Road to the Lawnscaping sponsorship family! 
The Ink Road is an adorable shop run by the fabulous Lara Smith! 
Her store is filled with all kinds of adorable crafty goodies from stamps 
(she carries our beloved Lawn Fawn) to dies to supplies to journals and planners! 
If she doesn't have it, she can get it. She also price matches... .
AND YES, she ships internationally. 
When you receive your order, you will smile because the packaging is absolutely adorable! 
Each order is filled from the creative heart! 
Be sure to check her out at her shop: click HERE and her blog; click HERE! 

The winner of the FIT Team hop will receive a gift certificate to her adorable store!

For this hop we are inspired by Light Blues. I think most of people love blues! Hehehe.. Blue is my most favorite color when I was a little girl, not pink.. Not for me. 

Here's my card for this hop.
Me and my daughter really looove this monsters from Lawn Fawn. They're so adorable..for this card the blue monster's sending a love letter and monster hugs!! 

Valentine's day is around the corner, so I decided to make this Valentine's card. A blue Valentine instead of pink or red. Haha. I hope you like it! 

Don't forget to leave comments on every Facebook Inspiration Team's blogs for a chance winning gift certificate to The Ink Road adorable shop!! 

Enjoy the rest of the Blog Hop!!

This is the blog hop order :

Sunday, 25 January 2015

Lawnscaping Challenge 99 : Clean and Simple

Hola everyone!

Here we are again for another Lawnscaping Challenge sponsored by Ellen Hutson!
This one challenge us to make Clean and Simple (known as CAS) card or project. The main pointis to keep white space prominent as you create!

To make a card and make sure to keep it white, simple and clean is not that easy for me because I love to use colors on my project. But I'll try my best!

Instead of using color combo like I usually do, this time I think more about layout and texture. I use as tiny coloring as possible to keep it clean and simple.

I die cut the stitched circle (from Lawn Fawn Stitched Banner dies) then embossed my white cardstock with chevron pattern. 
I hope it inspires you to make one for Lawnscaping Challenge!

Saturday, 17 January 2015

Lawnscaping Challenge 98 : Create a Background

Hi there..

We're on Lawnscaping Challenge #98 now! WOOHOO!
This one challenges us to create a background and sponsored by Lawn Fawn.

I love making backgrounds with Lawn Fawn stamps, their cute images could make perfect background. But this time I decided to use an old stamp set, Belinda's Borders.

First I clear embossed the dashed border then add some watercolor to the background. I use distress markers for the watercolor effect..using wet on wet technique. 
Then I double layered the Scripty Thanks and add some crackle accent for the finishing touch. 

I customized my sentiment to fit in those sticthed circle (from Stitched Party Banner dies set), the decided to add some cute creatures from Monster Mash. I color match them with the background.  

I don't feel it finished without some blings. LOL so I add some sequins and rhinestones. 

Don't forget to submit yours for this super fun Lawnscaping Challenge! Can't wait to see what you make for this one. 

Good day peeps! :)

Tuesday, 6 January 2015

Lawnscaping Challenge #97 : Winter Themed

Happy New Year!!

It's January already.. I hope your holidays are great! Today we back to another Lawnscaping Challenge, it's sponsored by Ellen Hutson.

This Lawnscaping Challenge's theme is Winter!! To be honest, I never seen snow ever in my life..yes it's because I live in a tropical country and it's sunny everyday!

But, by looking Pinterest-inspired helps me a lot! I've seen so many beautiful winter scene through images. I hope my card is "winter-y" enough. 😊

I choose the little penguin and the igloo from old Lawn Fawn set, Critters in The Snow. I made this penguin hanging around it's igloo while having a glass of lemonade. Hee hee..

I use vellum to create a background then add some texture paste for a snowy and starry scene. "Have an ice day" is from Critters in The Arctic. 

I hope my card will inspire you and don't forget to join Lawnscaping Challenge!