Sugar skulls with flashing eyes

I love experimenting and trying to come up with new ways of doing things. These sugar skulls was an idea that I got and needed to try to make. The idea is that the skulls are attached on sliders and the sliders are also the switch. So you can move the heads up and down […]

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Foil and sparkle butterfly

The reactive paint from Heidi Swapp is really fun to play with, I made a bunch of cards using foil for my posts at Design in Papers the last few weeks. This one was made with a stencil, pink foil and watercolors. The lovely stamp is by Sheena Douglass and I double embossed it and […]

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Stamping with alcohol markers

I was browsing through the tutorials on the Spectrum Noir blog for inspiration and found this by Linda Hill that looked like fun. Did you know you van stamp with your markers? I tried it and it turned out pretty cool. I used some mixed media style stamps by Crafters Companion that I wanted to […]

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Merry Christmas mega post

Today is the day we celebrate christmas in Sweden so I wanted to wish you all a very merry christmas! I do it by posting all my left over christmas projects that haven't made it to the blog before. I hope you find something you like and I'm so glad you stopped by.  These are […]

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More watercolor stamping

I'm working full speed this week. I'm away for Meet & Greet this weekend, a big event for crafters, arranged by Design in Papers at Eriksbergshallen in Gothenburg. So I need to work ahed to get all my deadlines done for next week. I usually craft on the weekend, working on next weeks projects and […]

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Adding a confetti shadow tutorial

Last week I was up with my first tutorial on the Spectrum Noir blog. I made this card using Sheena Douglass City in the cloud stamp for a tutorial in how to add a confetti shadow around an image. For the full tutorial click here. I have just used the technique to add shadows around […]

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Foil on acetate and watercolor

Isn't it lovely when you get an idea in your head and try it out and it actually works like you intended to. Yay! I saw some heat resistent acetate when I was browsing my fav scrapbook store the other day, it was rather thin and not the thicker one I was looking for. But […]

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