Happy Christmas

My last card set for this Christmas. One was flying to France. I like this Snowflake cling from Heroarts. If you want to make mass-produced cards without consuming time and energy, this stamp is a very good choice. Because it can stand by itself. Tell me if I am right.. ;D

This is a pocket card that I entered for Heroarts second round challenge of this month. Click here for more info. The snowflake and the three-line sentiment is from Heroarts. And the small sentiment on the corner card below is from Papertreyink. THe twine is from The Twinery. I enclosed three packs of Christmas color twines and three pieces of pattern papers. Hope my friends are happy receiving my x'mas cards..

Happy merry Christmas to you all. Be blessed to bless others.. Jesus loves us sooooo much...

Challenge: Heroarts December2011B.


Scrapbooking in frames

Last month my close friend asked me to make some scrapbook frames for the ladies in our community. Actually, it's only the frame. But come to think of it, we decided to put in some photos of theirs. Here are what I made for them.

I used many die cut outs to decor them. I love those versatile dies that I have. The flowers are from My Favorite Things die. The leaves, tags and the butterflies are from Papertreyink dies. The fern are from Cheerylynndesigns dies. THe birds are from Marianne dies. The words: ept, are from Stampinup! dies. The border leaves are from Martha Stewart punch. The sentiment are mostly from Hero Arts and Papertreyink. The twines are from The Twinery. The background papers are from Ledger Pad of Prima Marketing. So pretty. I love the papers.

Well, these are just 4 frames among 30 frames that I made. Hope these ladies enjoy what they see.


Just A Little Christmas Note


It's been sooo long.. I couldn't post anything, as I was very busy teaching at junior high school for almost 2 months. It really took my energy to do some crafting. So, today, I managed myself to enjoy the Christmas ambiance with my kids and my students. These students are the ones who have ever joined English course with me for more than 5 years (at the gallery). As usual, at the end of the semester, we spent time for cooking. We made some chocolates today.

After lunch (I treated them lunch box from Hoka Hoka Bento), they made milk box and decorate theirs with poinsettia. Actually those poinsettias were the ones that I couldn't sell. There was a wrong way in gluing each part. But, for these kids, anything pretty is fine for them. ;D

These are the kind of milk boxes they made. These two are for my other students who couldn't come today due to their health.

Supplies: Big Pro Milk Box Die from Sizzix, Poinsettia from Marianne Design, Pattern Paper

And after they left me, I managed myself to make these cards. I was inspired by one of Maile Belles's creations. As I did these at home, I didn't have my embossing folder to emboss the white paper before the dark blue doily. But, that's fine.

Supplies: Cheery Lynn Design French Pastry Doily, EK Success circle punch, Maraschino and Peapod Twines of The Twinery. Sampin Up! label punch, Mc Gill Holly punch, Papertreyink Christmas Signature sentiment

These two cards are for my friends, Jacqueline in France and Vera Rhuhay in Surabaya. I'll post them right away. Hope the cards arrive on time. And they will like the card.

These creations are for these challenges:

Cheery Lynn Design: 'Tis The Season (26/12)

Dream Valley Challenges: Christmas (07/01)

Charizma Cards : Last Minute X'mas Makes (22/12)

Delightful Challenges: Anything Goes (22/12)

Paperplay Challenges: Christmas (04/01)

Stampin For The Weekend : Christmas (23/12)

Ok, then, thanks for reading and viewing the creations. See you again later.