Take a break! - Larissa


Goodmorning, I am Larissa from Car-d-elicious and today I am posting a new card on the blog from Gerda Steiner designs. This time I made a card with a digital stamp from Gerda Steiner designs. This image was send in a newsletter, but unfortunately I can't find the image in the shop.


This is Take a break from Gerda Steiner designs and I have coloured the image with my Polychromos pencils. I have...

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Dinky Bookshelf...

 Hello Everyone,
  Its Hazel from Didos Designs here today with a couple of cute cards made using the brand new On The Bookshelf Stamp Set. 
 I wanted a couple of cute small cards so have gone for 4 x 4 creations.  They are stamped then coloured with watercolour pencils on kraft card.
The sentiments have been stamped and then I slightly moved the stamp to the side and restamped over the original to...

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Dinky Bookshelf...

 Hello Everyone,
  Its Hazel from Didos Designs here today with a couple of cute cards made using the brand new On The Bookshelf Stamp Set. 
 I wanted a couple of cute small cards so have gone for 4 x 4 creations.  They are stamped then coloured with watercolour pencils on kraft card.
The sentiments have been stamped and then I slightly moved the stamp to the side and restamped over the original to...

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Do you see????? - Larissa


Goodmorning, I am Larissa from Car-d-elicious and today I am posting a new card on the blog from Gerda Steiner designs. This time I made a card with the new stampset On the bookshelf from Gerda Steiner designs. When I saw this set, I knew I had to make this little scene. 



For this card I started with stamping the image from the cat and the piles of books on masking paper. Then I started with...

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Do you see????? - Larissa


Goodmorning, I am Larissa from Car-d-elicious and today I am posting a new card on the blog from Gerda Steiner designs. This time I made a card with the new stampset On the bookshelf from Gerda Steiner designs. When I saw this set, I knew I had to make this little scene. 



For this card I started with stamping the image from the cat and the piles of books on masking paper. Then I started with...

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Stamp of the month for november - Balancing holiday mouse



Goodmorning, I am Larissa from Car-d-elicious and today I am posting a card for the monthly challenge from Gerda Steiner designs. If you participate in this challenge you have to but the image if you are participating for the first time. If you then enter the challenge with a card, you autuomatically get the image for next month for free!



For the november challengeyou have to make a card with the...

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Stamp of the month for november - Balancing holiday mouse

Stamp of the month for november - Balancing holiday mouse


Goodmorning, I am Larissa from Car-d-elicious and today I am posting a card for the monthly challenge from Gerda Steiner designs. If you participate in this challenge you have to but the image if you are participating for the first time. If you then enter the challenge with a card, you autuomatically get the image for next month for free!



For the november challengeyou have to make a card with the...

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What's New

Hello everyone!! What's new?  Kymona here from Kreative Kymona as a guest designer today!!  It's been awhile since I've guest designed so I'm so exited to be here with all of you today!!

Take a look at the card I created:


What is a mouse with a newspaper without  the presence of NYC!!  That is something you would see in my city, LOL!!!!

Here's how I created this card:

1. Cut the base card to 3.5 by 11...

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What's New

Hello everyone!! What's new?  Kymona here from Kreative Kymona as a guest designer today!!  It's been awhile since I've guest designed so I'm so exited to be here with all of you today!!

Take a look at the card I created:


What is a mouse with a newspaper without  the presence of NYC!!  That is something you would see in my city, LOL!!!!

Here's how I created this card:

1. Cut the base card to 3.5 by 11...

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