Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Frosty Friends Globe Ornament

Hi there!! Have you seen the Frosty Friends collection yet? Isn't it absolutely adorable?! it reminds me so much of the Animated Movie Frozen! :) What I made using this collection is an altered globe. Looks like my Christimas Tree will have a new addition to it's many ornaments this year!

Here's the globe I created:

Some Close ups

Materials Used:

How I Made This:
First, I cut out a 4."circle from the patterned paper
Then I embellished it by creating a snow background and added the other stickers
I used washi tape to secure the globe together
Tied some twine on the top

Hope you'll give this a go! :)

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Easel Card - Santa Express

Hello, hello! It's just about Christmas time and I'm sure your crafty hands are busy making beautiful handmade cards and what-nots for your loved ones :) The Doodlebug Santa Express collection screams festive! with it's bold and beautiful colours..I reckon you will agree? :)

Would you like to see what I made? Here it is :

Some Close Ups

Materials Used:

How I Made This:

First, Cut a cardstock to 4x12
Fold in Half
For the Top of the card into another half
Cut out another cardstock to 4x6
Embellish and adhere on top of card (on the folded side)
On the inside of the card, create a border which will act like a stand
Your easel card is done! :)

Easy peast ain't it! Happy Crafting & Merry Christmas Lovelies!! 

Christmas Tags

Hello there! Sharm here to share some tags for inspiration this Christmas :) I think these also add up as perfect Secret Santa Tags instead of the usual tags that adorn gifts..Use them any way you like it, tags are always fun to make! 

Here they are, I used a Silhouette cut file for the tag shape and then embellished with Doodlebug Embellishments:

Close Ups

Materials Used:

Item:4337 very merry double-sided cardstock 
Item:4341 sweet santas double-sided cardstock
Item:4347 evergreens double-sided cardstock
Item:4361 christmas tags craft kit 
Item:4373 santa express icon sticker

Monday, October 6, 2014

Chevron Cardstock Altered Notebook

Recently, we celebrated both our little girls birthday. What I wanted to make was a little notebook where our guests could pen down their message for my little girls to ponder upon when they're older. 

As with every little girl's birthday, all things glittery is a must :) So what I did was, to alter a little book that you can get from any dollar store and bling up the front cover with the very lovely chevron cardstock. 

 Here's what my project looks like:

Some close-ups

1) Cut out a piece of chevron cardstock to cover the entire front page of the book leaving about 0.5 inches all around

2) Next, cut out a smaller piece of a different colour and use an edge punch to create a pretty border (you can also use one of the cutesy border stickers by Doodlebug ;))

3) Layer some stickers and make your own banner using the same chevron cardstock and add some bling and twine

Materials Used:
Item:4087 12x12 lily white chevron sugar coated cardstock
Item:4088 12x12 gray chevron sugar coated cardstock
Item:4078 12x12 bubblegum chevron sugar coated cardstock
Item:4185 sugar shoppe this & that sticker
Item:3208 doodle twine - bumblebee

Lunch Bag Keepsake Book

How many of you happy campers love to collect little keepsake from your vacations? whether it is twigs, leaves, little notes etc, we all like to keep hold of a little something from our trips. One thrifty way to store these are by tranforming the boring lunch bags into mini memoribilia books!

The pockets make it wonderful to store things and just by adding a little bit of patterned papers and tags on the page, the boring kraft colour is immediately transformed into something cute! Here's my project using the Happy Camper line

Some close ups


Materials Used:
Lunch bags
Item:4475 happy camper icon sticker
Item:4477 happy camper this & that sticker
Item:4488 babbling brook double-sided cardstock
Item:4485 park pennants double-sided cardstock 
Item:4484 campground double-sided cardstockItem:4483 chowtime double-sided cardstock Item:4436 fall mini clothespinsItem:4445 swimming pool mini clothespins

Grateful For You Canvas

Fall is just around the corner and with that, comes Thanksgiving! This year has been one with more downs than ups..from my father's health to many more unforeseen circumstances. But, all these have left me with so much to be thankful for. My father is on the road to recovery and the other matters have pretty much settled...all with God's grace, leaving me with lots of things to be thankful and grateful for.

So, in celebration of Thanksgiving, here's a little something I made as a deco piece for my home. A little altered canvas inspired by the very talented Jodi Wilton's Autumn Princess layout.

Without further ado, here's my canvas :)

Some closeups 

Materials Used:
Item:3964 happy harvest 6x6 paper pad

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Haunted House Deco

Hello there Doodlebug fans!! I've something to share with you today in conjunction with the upcoming Halloween celebration. It's nothing but a deco piece that is super easy and fun to make!

Now, no matter how 'scary' a celebration Halloween is supposed to be, Doodlebug's super cute line for this Halloween is much too adorable. It's a pity we don't celebrate Halloween here in Malaysia but I still had a ball creating so many projects with my stash!

For this project, I used a Silhouette cut file and embellished with tonnes of Doodlebug cuties

Here's my project:

Some Close ups

Materials Used:

Item:4319 spooky sprinkles double-sided cardstock
Item:4322 itsy bitsy spiders double-sided cardstock
Item:4359 halloween diecuts craft kit
Item:4367 ghouls & goodies icon sticker