Today I want to show you some of my latest creationg, some have been for CCB, some for the MiNi art and Scrapomania..
I want to start of by one of my favourtie projects for Canvas Corp Brands (CCB), with this wonderful rose from the origin papers. If you follow this link you will see the CCB presentation of me..
I just loved creating this and to I used mine to decorate and Ipad box I had laying around. The origin papers is just so amazing, and right now I am waiting for a few more of them in the mail.. Can´t wait to get my hands on them.. This rose is colored with glimmer mist and cut out of the paper. The left overs from the rosecutout has been translated into small tags, but that is a project I will be showing you another day.
If you want to read more about this project feel free to drop my the CCB blog by following this link.
Another project for CCB was actually made by my little princess, she made a pillow from a sheet of canvas... And colored it all in with the help of glimmer mists and paints from Tattered Angels.
If you want to see more of this just follow this link over to the CCB blog
Yet another project for CCB is this fun lollypop/wand card, they are just a blast to make. And so fun to make together with your kids. This is also a really fun project to use some of that left over paper we all have laying around. If you want to see more of this project drop by the CCB blog right her.
This next card was made for Scrapomania.no last weekend, and I had such fun making it.. Used my new die from Marianne Design and just had a blast. You can see th post about this card right her (this is in Norwegian)
And today I have got this card up over at Scrapomania.no... Also used a die from Marianne Design togheter with spellbinders.
For the MiNi art I had this two bookdrawers made.. Are they not just so fun..
You can see more of this on the MiNi art´s facebookpage
The other one was a bit more masculine
This one you can find her (with a few more pictures)
So that was a little post about my latest creations, hope you got som inspiration