Faux Washi Tape Feather tutorial

Hi everyone,

It has been a while, so I decided to give you something more today: my Faux Washi Tape feather Tutoral (see below)! I made it trilingual, what do you think of that… ­čÖé ? Here is a little tag I made using this tutorial. Hope you like it!

Crealotte Design - Pastel thank you tag See you next time and be sure to test this one out!

faux_washi_tape_feather.pdf (261 downloads)

Bubble background

Dear friends,

I am very late this week to post my card. There is a lot going on in our lives for the moment, everything gets turned upside down. I hardly find time to spend here in blogland and I miss it a lot. I will give you more info about what’s happening all around us soon, but meanwhile, here is my card. It is a card I used for the “household” class. It’s a class where I show my clients different ways to use every day products to make gorgeous cards. This one uses the bubble technique. I used liquid soap, water and a couple of re’inker drops to create this bubbled background. The punched border is made using the four petal flower from the punch pack SU punches.

Hope you like it! Have a great day,


Winter Wonderland Scrapbook Page

Hi everyone,

First day of the week for most of us. I sometimes really hate Mondays. Especially when I had a wonderful weekend. Yesterday, we went to the Lac Saint Joseph in Quebec and spent our afternoon on a boat with some friends. I will try to make my scrapbook page as soon as possible so I can share it with you soon. But today a whole other scrapbook page. I know I didn’t share scrapbook pages yet on my blog, but I promise to try to show you one from time to time. There is a scrapbook class coming up this fall, so I will be preparing different pages in the months to come. This one is from one of our snow journeys this winter. Another beautiful day: -20┬░C and full sun, just great! Although I love summer, I sometimes would love to experience one of those cold winter days again… But let’s not call for it, summer is great too ­čÖé !

Lots of pictures on this page and a bit dispersed, I know. I wanted to give it a spontaneous feeling as we didn’t organize this day at all, so I didn’t want to give my page an organized look neither… ­čÖé

On this page, I created snow using the tearing technique and addition of some stickles. The picture isn’t great but it really gives a wonderful look (and feeling) in real!

If you have any questions regarding this page, just shoot me an email!

See ya!

A baloon full of wishes

Hi everyone,

This week a card I made (some time ago) while thinking of my little brothers. I think they would really like it. I paper pieced the little boy’s clothes and used my copics to color in the rest of the image. I received the stamp┬á while purchasing a card making magazine, and I did not keep the wrapping, so unfortunately I can’t tell you from which company it is.

Hope you like this week’s card and I’ll be back next week!

Following your footsteps

Hi bloggies,

Hope you had a wonderful weekend! Today a card I made for my best friend a while ago. I used masking to create the little footsteps along the road. I think it gives a nice look, hope you like it too…

See ya later…

Frozen Window

Hi everyone,

Today a card I made with a new stamp set I bought in Europe. Aren’t these little guys adorable? When I made this card, it was very cold up here in Canada and I wanted to make a card which shows how I feel. I used Copic markers for coloring. Except for my choice of stamps, I tried to give it a colder look by using the frozen window technique. Unfortunately, it isn’t very clear in the picture…

See ya!

Baby boy – Iris fold inspiration 2

Hi crafter friends,

I promised you a while back that I would share my second buggy card. This time I also made a picture of the inside… I love decorating the inside and the envelope, so that everything coordinates well together.

Tell me how you like it….

See ya later!

A flower for you

Hi bloggies,

Today a card which reminds me of spring. Not really the time yet, but I like to think of spring. The flowers coming out even after a harsh winter… Yeah, I know I am dreaming. Winter isn’t over yet… Don’t get me wrong, I love winter! It is just that the sunlight reflected on the snow gives me a warm feeling… But enough talking! Here it is and I hope you like it…

Until next time …

Folded Flower

Hi everyone,

It has been a while, I know. Therefore, first of all: HAPPY NEW YEAR! The┬áChristmas┬áperiod was wonderful. We went back to Europe for the Holidays and it was so great to see our family and friends. So no time to make cards :(… Since I am back from my vacation, I am so stressed out at work because I have terrible deadlines to keep. So no time nor inspiration to make cards ­čÖü … Therefore, this morning I was thinking that I could show you some of the cards I made last year (and which i didn’t show you yet). The first one is a birthday card on which I tested this folded flower. I think it gives nice results and I will┬ádefinitely┬átry it again some time. Hope you like it!

See ya!

Cloisonne butterfly

Hi stampers,

I am sharing a technique card today. ┬áI mixed the sketch challenge from JUGS and the case study challenge for this one. The butterfly is made using the┬á“ink cloisonne” technique (Don’t know how it is called exactly and I couldn’t find it on the internet, so “ink cloisonne” is the name I gave it. If anyone recognizes the technique and knows the exact name, please leave me a comment!). I used some┬ádistress┬áink (broken china and barn door) from Ranger for the coloring and an iron wire to make the antennas. The stamps are from Martha stewart and Stampin’up.┬áHope you like it.