Love Never Fails

Hello friends,

Happy Sunday to you all...

I made this photo frame last night. Nothing else to do and I just got the newest die cut. It's Rosette Heart from Waffle Flowers. Amazing!!

So here is the result. On the picture: my daughters and I. The photo was taken on August 1, 2015, on the 75th birthday of my parents-in-law.

Take a closer look at the Rosette Hearts. They are so beautiful... I added a punched heart on each middle point. The sentiment is word sticker from Authentic.

I love trying new tools and share it with you. This Rosette Heart from Waffle Flowers is really recommended. Love it.



Hi friends,

Adoring this poppy die cut hasn't stopped yet. Lol. I love this die cut. It's been such a long time to finally have it. It makes me to create more and more cards/tags using this die cut. I saw it here and I made a similar card.

I used Memory Box for the poppy flowers. The oval is from My Favorite Things. The banner die cut is from Simon Says Stamp. And the together thinlit die cut and those two embossing folders are from Sizzix. The pattern paper is my favorite color, and it is one of Neroli paper pad from Trimcraft.

I love how it turned out. I'll make more later..

Happy weekend, friends...


Hello Friend - Red and White Tag

Hello friends,

Yes, it is August. And it is the month of the commemoration of the Independence Day of Indonesia. Precisely it will be on August 17. I make another challenge in my Facebook: Dwita's Crafty Crafts. The theme is: Red and White and a little Black. The form can be anything. The media can be from paper to cloth.

This is my tag with that theme:

The tag die cut is from Papertrey Ink as well as the sentiment (from a set of Mat Stack 4 Collection). The poppy die cut is from Memory Box. The squares were punched with a square punch from EK Success. I dotted the poppy petals with a Sharpie Paint Peinture. The bow is from the local store.

Add my Facebook here: Dwita's Crafty Crafts and join the challenge. See you there...


Stamping on Three Cards

Hello friends,

I'm still at home. After cleaning the small parts of the workshop, I made these three cards. Two main stamps with some embellishments. I just used a white card stock. I saw the Brandy Cox tutorial here. Inking the stamp once and stamping on paper thrice seemed to be very economical. I mean, I didn't need to waste the ink on the stamp by wiping it. The paper itself would do.

Here what I came up with.

The leaves stamp, the die cuts 'forever' and 'happy' are from Papertrey Ink. The dots stamp is a cling from Hero Arts. The 'merci' is from Memory Box. I was so glad I could find a die cut word in French. The sentiments are all from Pure Innocence, My Favorite Things.
Take a look on the cards one by one. 

 Whether it is good or not, I don't really think about it. I was only thinking that I was grateful to have much time to make some cards. I really enjoy my time these days, where I don't have to go anywhere. It feels really good to me. Nothing "chases" me. I just do whatever I want to do. Sometimes I really need time like these days. This is just like the time I had before 2013. Hehehe..



Hello friends,

It's been such a long time. The school holiday went so well. Then followed by an event of a birthday party of both of my parents-in-law. They are both 75 years old. Then, returned home, cleaning my craft room. So messy. Today was the second day cleaning the room. I finally finished it and made this card. The technic was in Jennifer's blog and video here.

I used three Distress Ink to color the white card stock. First the Evergreen, then the Mustard Seed, and finally the Chipped Sapphire. I don't have Pearl Perfect. So I just leave it that way.
I cut 'smile' with Little Yellow Bicycle die cut. I bought it in Hobby Lobby. Then I misted it and doubled it. Before I adhered it, I embossed the white one with Honeycomb embossing folder from Stampin Up!

If you see the picture above, yeah.. I tried the technic for 4 times. Hahaha.... Not bad...

Try it and feel the ease in inking the paper. Love it...