Yesterday, I happened to enter the previous card into Totally Gorjuss challenge. I misunderstood the meaning of "check", just when I visited Patricia Garcia's blog. Oh my, what an embarrassing moment (let alone I graduated from English Department..LOL).
Well, I, then, scrooled down in her blog to see all the beautiful creations she's made and found that she is having a GREEN blog candy. Wow! so yummy..
In the last mini meet, I got this orange petit box from my friend, Yussi. In the past, she decorated the box lid with the quilling creations. This time she couldn't manage her time to quill, so she just gave me the box. It's a pretty neat handmade box. So I decorated it with my new bird die.
Last Tuesday, I met friends of mine in Jakarta. They are friends of creating cards, crafts, etc. This time, we were fifteen!!! Wow!! So many new friends. We met at Facebook. We did some card making. I myself learned hybrid scrapbooking. It's a wonderful new knowledge for me. At the end of the mini (..or maxi?) meet, I gave each of them some goodies and a tag. Here are my tags.
I used some punches to create everything on the tags. The background was stamped with 'bark' stamp from Hero Arts. The sentiment was the one I really adore from Hero Arts, as well.
Wow... how long did I miss posting here? I miss you and your comments so much. This is the card I made just now. I used my new die cut, a bird cage. It seems to me that anything goes with a cage is a vintage look. Well, not that easy to make a vintage look. So, I decided to make a monochrome card with a hint on the bird itself.
This is my card.
To embellish the cage, I used punch outs: leaves, gave distress ink. The flowers were stamped and cut. I added the bling-bling and some stickles to make it a bit shiny. I know, it doesn't turn that good.Or, I was not good enough to take the picture. ;D
Sources: Hero Arts Stamp (the bg, flower and sentiment), Punch Bunch (Giant Fern), Bird die cut