Video – Snowy town

Hi everyone! I’m back with another video, where I make this card featuring a snowy town. By keeping the color scheme of the card calm, you get this peaceful scene.

With the use of Distress Oxide and metallic watercolor, I create the beautiful sky and mountains.
I always use watercolor paper when I’m working with Distress Oxide, but now I also used watercolor paper for the snow tops on the mountain and the snowy hill. The paper has a little texture and although it isn’t off-white, it isn’t bright white. Perfect for some nice, soft looking snow!

Not only did I keep a limited color scheme, but I also colored every building of the town in the same way. By doing so, it becomes so serene. I would love to stay over in the town during the holidays!

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.


Video – Beary Merry Christmas

Hello everyone! I’m back with some holiday inspiration for you! It’s a quick and simple, but very cute card. Because it’s so easy to make, you can catch up on your holiday card crafting with this one. I’m not judging, but I know very few crafters that are fully on schedule in the holiday season, haha!

I always seem to forget I have embossing folders, but I thought of using one on this card! It’s a simple geometric pattern to act as some kind of wallpaper for the bear his home.

With the window from the ‘Build-A-House’ set from Lawn Fawn, you can easily give it a cozy and home like feel.

The ‘Knit Picky’ paper pad from Lawn Fawn is perfect to accompany the knitting bear! Because the scene is relatively small, the paper really stands out too!

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.

Video – Fall-la-la Christmas

Hello everybody! Any crafter will agree to this; you have to start making Christmas cards on time, otherwise it will become a task with to little time to complete it. Starting on time will keep it fun and stress free!

Because it’s not even winter here when I start my cards right after Halloween, I made a card with a little bit of a fall theme. It still feels very much as a Christmas card, but it also has that cozy fall feel to it.

Did you already start making your Christmas cards? Let me know in the comments! I’m curious!

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.

Video – Wintertime wishes

Hi all! Halloween is over, so I’m moving right over to holiday cards! You can expect quite some holiday inspiration on my channel the upcoming weeks.

I wanted to make a very peaceful, dreamy scene. The combination of the trees in the back, the patterned paper I used, the big sentiment en the castle really achieve that.

This card is great for Christmas, but replace it with ‘birthday’ and you have a wonderful birthday card as well.

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.