Handmade Happiness



I always wanted to try this smushing techniques (i don’t even know if its called that) with distress inks. I gave it a try today and oh what a fun thing it is to do. So simple yet such lovely results. I just used blue and yellow and loved how the green was formed in between.

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One of my dearest friends is going to have a baby very soon. She is expecting her baby in the same  month in which her birthday falls. I have seen my friend talking to her baby in the womb and i was really touched by the lovely connection. So i had this idea of making her a birthday card from her unborn baby.

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I loved using only dies to pierce my project and adding a touch of rainbow colors to play along with 3 CAS challenges.

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I won’t lie to you. I work so that i can fund my hobbies and interests. There is no other reason for me stay out of my craft room for long hours.

So when Sunday arrives, celebrate. Every single one!

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One of my personal challenges is to make as many cards and designs as possible from a single stamp set. To give my stamps the maximum love i challenged my self to make at least 10 cards from a stamp set. The MFT’s Space Explorer stamps are so cute and  the sentiments are so versatile that one could just keep on going…

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My son and I love books by Roald Dahl. So when @taketimeoutchallenges came up with a challenge inspired by a quote from one of his books we were more than excited. Yes, you guessed it right! I love sharing my crafting challenge entries with my son and husband. They are always curious to know what the challenge is about, give their ideas or ask what i am planning to do and at the end of each challenge take a look at the winning entries. We three are new to card challenges and blogging and hence super excited.

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Made this card as a part of my 1 stampset 10 cards challenge #1stampset10cards. I love how distress oxide inks blend on the paper. I colored this lawnfawn bicycle built for you stamp using copic markers. I then die cut the image n stuck it with some foam squares.

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