Thursday, December 29, 2011

Happy Birthday easel card using TGF Birthday Anya II

Hey Everyone,
     Just a quick easel card to share that I made for my niece's friend. It's a Happy Birthday card and perfect for TGF Monday Fun day #13 Sing a song. The color theme is Purple as you can see it here and I hope she'll like it. I used TGF Birthday Anya II and colored her with copic markers and paper pieced the rest. I used DCWV designer paper Latte stack, it's an old paper but I still have a lot left and love that paper. Just added some Recollections flowers and my never ending doilie, lol! I hope you like it!

Thank you everyone for stopping by :)

Entering this card for the following challenges:

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas Card using TGF Anya (Xmas Sweeties)

Hey Everyone,
                  My last Christmas card for this year, don't you! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I'm off to see my family today, yay! Sparkles is the first thing that came in to my mind when I started creating this card. I used TGF Anya from the stamp set Xmas Sweeties. I colored her skin and hair with my copic markers and then the rest are paper pieced. I added Sakura Sparkly clear gel on some parts of her santa outfit and hat. I used MME Blush patterned papers. The glittered background what I did was very simple, I used my score tape and adhered it to all the edges of the background papers and then added glitters all over. That's how I achieved my glitter background. I used Martha Stewart punch to add border for the bottom. The xmas tree imaged was from the inkadinkado clear stamp. I used Jenni Bowlin ink. Then for the embellishments I used MFT die-namics fancy flourish and banner. I added some pompom trims which I'm loving it right now and doilie of course and to finish the card I added some mini clear pebbles (not really sure about the name). Hope you like this card as much as I enjoyed making it.

Merry Christmas Everyone!

Saturday, December 24, 2011

TGF CC Jack on Xmas Card, why not :)

Alright ladies,
Here's my non-traditional Xmas Card. I made this card for someone and his hair almost similar to CC Jack. I think he'll like this one :) I Just want to share this really quick card that I made. I know everybody is getting ready for Christmas including myself. So, enjoy the holidays have a joyful one :)

Happy Holidays!
Hugs, Jas

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Just one more Cheeky Xmas Card and it's my birthday today!

Hey Everyone,
Yes, today is my birthday and what a sweet treat because today also is The Greeting Farm Farmers Market day, woohoo! Alright, onto my card I made this card for someone and I hope she likes it :) I really enjoy blogging inspite of my English is not as good as everyone else. I feel like this is another way for me to expand my vocabulary in English, yay! So pardon me if sometimes or maybe most of the times I confuse you with the way I explain on how I created each of my project. Anyways, this time I'm not going to explain on how I created my card because it's all the same concept just different designs of papers or color of copics etc...But if you want to know something that I made feel free to ask me and I will explain it to you the best that I can :)

 A video in the making of this card click: HERE

Thanks, for visiting and enjoy the holidays!
Hugs, Jas

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Another Cheeky Xmas Card

Hey Everyone,
Wow, what an amazing TGF blog hop so many amazing talents out there! I had so much fun hopping and can't wait for another one :) Today, giving you guys a heads up, I'm doing the Cheeky Xmas marathon, lol! I must say she's one of my favorite, since I got her I can't wait for Christmas to come so I can use her so finally the time has come and I'm not wasting this moment, lol! Anyway, here she is...I hope you all like the card that I made.

I colored her with my copic markers and I as you can see all the whites on her hat and outfit a little puffy. What I did was first I put glossy accents and then added Martha S. chunky  white glitter. I let it sit and then added more glossy accents so it will look really puffy. Then on the background I used my white cardstock and used my embossing folder. After I dry embossed it I colored it with my distress inks and Jenni Bowlin ink.  Then I tap it with my embossing ink all over the background and then heat embossed it with fine clear embossing powder. There's a shine to it but it doesn't show in the picture :(
Then I made like an ornaments hanging right next to her. I used different colors of foil cardstock. Then for embellishments I added doilie, pom pom trim, ribbon lace polka dot trim, pearl trim and aluminum roses then last is the sentiment.

I have another one tomorrow and it's a special day for me so hopefully see you again :)
I hope you have a wonderful Christmas! Hugs, Jas

Monday, December 19, 2011

A Shabby Chic Cheeky Xmas Card - Joining The Greeting Farm Customer Blog Hop

Hey Everyone,
    So Christmas is just a few days away! I hope you guys are enjoying all the shopping and  gift wrapping for your family and friends. I just have a few stuff to get and hopefully be done soon! Alright, here's my card for TGF Customer Blog Hop. First time joining in so I'm excited!

      I made a card using the lovely TGF A Cheeky Xmas. It's a holiday shabby chic card. First I stamped her image several times on a white paper and then colored it with copic markers and then paper pieced them. I added Sakura gelly pen to add sparkles and on the background paper I used MME Blush. Added glitter silver glue dots all over the paper. For embellishments I used my pearl trim, eye lashes trim, pleated polka dot ribbon trim, white feathers behind Cheeky, doilies and I made some roses using die-namics. Of course, gotta use my distressing ink for all the edges of the papers and doilies. So that's how I created this card.

Click here for A Cheeky Xmas Paper Piecing video - HERE

    Just so you know...a random hopper will ALSO win the ENTIRE upcoming January Release! A HUGE prize...and the only way to win is by participating in the blog hop! I hope you have fun hopping and please hop back to TGF BLOG so you won't get lost, enjoy!

Entering this card for TGF Holiday Contest.
Thank you so much for stopping by! Hugs, Jas♥

Sunday, December 18, 2011

My Blog Candy Giveaway!

Hey Bloggers,
     Since Christmas is just around the corner...I thought of doing a giveaway.  I have a little something for one lucky follower of my blog. I will draw the winner as soon as I reach my 100 followers by Not only that... you will receive a $15 Itunes gift card, woot woot! I know all of us love music so a little something different aside from crafts! I appreciate all your comments and also for following me on my blog. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart ;)

My blog candy giveaway is open for US & International, good luck!

In order for you to win this lovely stuff...
***You need to be a follower and I would love if you posted it on your blog just to give a little shout out and leave me a comment that you did. You have more chances to win and a little surprise handmade gift from yours truly :) So that's it, thank you so much!

Looking forward for another giveaway in the future! Hugs, Jas ♥

Saturday, December 17, 2011

It's time for masculine/cute Christmas card using TGF Ian

Hey Everyone,
    Alright, one more week and it's Christmas! It's going to be a busy week and I'm excited to see my family! I just need a little break for all the feminine cards that I've been making lately. I think I need to bring out the cute TGF Ian so here it is! I made this card using only Ian from the stamp set Xmas Sweeties by TGF. I colored his skin and hair with my copic markers and the rest are paper pieced. As you can tell on all of my project mostly I used pretty much the same concept. I'm having fun with this and I'm always happy with the result. I ripped some of the edges of the paper background. I stamped a xmas tree image on the background paper behind Ian using Jenni Bowlin Stick Candy. It's very light but I like how it turned out just perfect. I wrapped some twines around the background paper and then also added some more twines on the gifts to make it more look like presents. I also dry embossed the "gift boxes" to stand out a little. I decided to add flower on the side just to finish it off. I hope you like it, hugs, Jas

Have a lovely weekend! Hugs, Jas

Monday, December 12, 2011

Mistletoe Christmas card using Kenny K. stamped Image

Hey Everyone,
      Christmas is so near eeek!!! Not done shopping and wrapping ugghh! Everytime BER starts, the time flies so wicked fast. But it's weird that I love it, lol! Anyhoo, I have a card to share and I used Mistletoe by Kenny K. I colored her with my copic markers and then on all the whites on her I used my favorite easy to use Sakura clear gel pen then added glossy accents. I used my sewing machine to stitched the base of the card and other background papers. I love the outcome of it, although I'm just lazy to use my machine as often as I want to. So I sewed all the edges with zigzag and running stitch. I distressed all the edges with my distress ink Walnut stain. I used Bo Bunny Blitzen papers and then stamped the image Christmas tree by Inkadinkado clear stamps on one of the background paper. For the sentiment, I used kaisercraft clear stamps. For embellishments just added ribbon and rose flower. That's it, I hope you like this card.

See you next time. Hugs, Jas

Monday, December 5, 2011

TGF 3rd Annual Blog Hop

Hey Everyone,
         I'm so excited about the The Greeting Farm 3rd Annual Blog Hop. If you're interested you can find all the details  HERE . I'm sure it's going to be fun and you might win an awesome prize too. Hurry and sign up by December 12th. See you on a blog hop!

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Merry Christmas an Easel Card Beanie Anya TGF

Hey Everyone,
       Time flies, 3 more weeks and its Christmas!  I’m here to share an easel card that I finished today. This is for my niece and I hope she likes it. I used Beanie Anya from The Greeting Farm. Colored her with my copics and then paper pieced the rest. I used MME Blush papers then I added doilie for the center. I also used my spellbinder Lacey die. I used my Cricut Machine to cut the tree and then embossed it with my snowflakes embossing folder. Then for the embellishments, I made a flower and added stick pin and I added rhinestones on her ponytails. I used Sakura gel pen for some parts of her hat and dress. For the sentiment I used Kaiserkraft clear stamps. Then for the inside I made a pocket to insert a gift card. So that’s my card for today I hope you like it!

Have a lovely weekend!
Hugs, Jas

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Shabby Chic Paper Flowers @ my Etsy and Zibbet shops

Hey Everyone,
   I've been MIA for almost two weeks. I've been creating stuff for my etsyEndlessCreationbyJas shop and I just added another shop at EndlessCreations and still working on it. So little time so many things I wanna do. Here are the flowers that I just created and selling them on my stores. I made these flowers before and this time I just used patterned papers unlike the very first one that I made I used tea, coffee, inks, to achieved vintage look. I will still make those but not right now. If you haven't seen the vintage inspired flowers that I made before, just take a look at my logo the front of my blog. I hope you enjoy these flowers that I made.

Have a nice day!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Christmas Spirit- another 3D Paper Piecing

Hey Lovely friends,
      I'm here to share an easel card that I made. I used Sweet November stamps Penelope and Juniper. Loving the images and how it turned out. I stamped the image several times on a piece of paper and then colored it with my copic markers. Then cut the pieces and adhere it to the stamped image. I used a thick Vellum cardstock on this one just to experiment. I love the thickness of the paper and really like the outcome. I added sakura gel pen as you can see the shimmers there and on top of it with glossy accent. Love this set and thank you Amy!

Visit my channel to see this card - Click HERE

     For the card I used Kraft for my base and then dry embossed the designed paper and also the white oval scalloped cardstock. I distressed the background with my distress ink. Then on the oval scalloped I used my copic markers and sakura gel pen to color all the dots.For embellish I just added a red foil cardstock and punch it with my flower punch. There you have it, a cute card for Christmas! Enjoy!

Materials that I used in this Project:
Penelope and Juniper by SNS
Kraft, White, Vellum Cardstock
Designed paper
Embossing folders
Copic markers
Memento ink
Staz on ink
Clear stamps - sentiments
Sakura gel pen
Ticket by TH
Distress ink

Thank you for visiting! Hugs, Jas

Friday, November 18, 2011

3D Paper Piecing- Mrs. Claus

Hey Y'all,
    I have another tag to share with you today. It's pretty much the same technique just different color of stamped image tree. Since I already posted on how I created this tag, lets focus on the "3D Paper Piecing" that I made using the stamped Image from Kenny K. Mrs. Claus. First what I did I stamped the image on the piece of white cardstock not once but several times. This is how I will figure out on how much layering I want to put on the image. Once I did that I will now color the parts of the images that needs to show and then cut the pieces out. And then before you adhere it to the image you will need to color all the edges of the cut out pieces, to make sure no whites on the edge that will show in that way it will look more finish. Then start adhering it on the image.

      There are different ways on how you do paper piecing some they want it to pop up the cut out pieces a little bit. So it will look more "3D". It's a matter of what adhesives you want to use. But in this project, I adhered the pieces with liquid glue so it will basically look flat with a little bit of 3D shows. I will try the pop up technique next time and show you the difference.  But for now, I hope you enjoy this tag that I made. I have a video HERE to show you on how I put the pieces together. I hope you enjoy!

Have a nice weekend! Hugs, Jas

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Christmas Tag using distress inks

Hey Everyone,
    I'm back with another tag to share with you today and I chose to play with TGF Sasha Creeper Crew. First, I used Tim holtz (Tag and Bookplates die by sizzix) to cut the tag and then I used the stamp image from the Tattered Angels Clear stamps (Chillin'). Stamped it with versamark and then embossed it with clear embossing powder. After that I distressed the whole tag with different distress inks by ranger. And then used my embossing folder (snowflakes) to dry embossed the whole tag and then I tapped it with embossing ink by Ranger and to finish it I used my UTEE clear powder to heat embossed the whole tag to make it look like wet. Then added some ribbons.

Video tutorial Click Here

   For the stamped Imaged Sasha from the TGF. First time I tried to use distress inks to color her up and if you have time and patience it's fun but if you don't,  like me I would prefer copics. But this is my very first try and I actually liked how it turned out  except for the hair because I don't know how to spread the colors yet...but the skin, her dress and her shoes I'm ok with it. But I know I'm gonna need a ton of practice, lol! So here's the tag that I made, enjoy!

The materials that I used in this project:
Sasha - The Greeting Farm
Manila Cardstock
Embossing folder snowflakes
Stazon on Ink
Versamark ink
Clear embossing powder
Gold paint
Sakura Gel pen
Sizzix die Tag & bookplates by TH
Distress inks

See u next time. Hugs, Jas♥

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Easel Cupcake Card

Hey Everyone,
    I'm here to share an easel cupcake card that I made for my niece last month and decided to participate this card on TGF December Designer Contest. Unfortunately, I didn't make it to the  3 finalist but that doesn't stop me from joining contest. I want to congratulate all the 3 finalists who made it for the next round and best of luck to all of you. Now, I'm excited to vote and can't wait to see what their going to create next. =)

   Of to my card, I used chip board cupcake shaped that you can get at Michaels. I used Birthday Anya II, colored her with my copic markers and the rest are paper pieced. I made some flowers and added rhinestones and used glassine paper for the bottom of the cupcake. Also, used Martha S. punches and added doilie on top of the banner. I made a stick pin with faux pearl and swarovski and stamped a sentiment and glued it on the top of the cupcake like a "cupcake topper". For the background I used MME and also I used Bantastic clear stamp from TGF and stamped it with DCWV paper. I used Sakura Gelly roll pen on her ponytail and shoes. Thank you for visiting!

Have a nice weekend! Hugs, Jas

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Chill Out Card

Hey Everyone,
   I'm back with another card and this time I chose to play with Miss Anya Snow from TGF. Loove her and the rest of the stamp set =) I really love this card and it just fell into place...when I started creating her I have no clue what I was doing until I grab some of my scraps and just started from there. It feels good to be able to use some of my know what I mean. I used my copic markers to color her hair and skin and the rest I paper pieced. I added white chunky glitters on all the whites on her. Then I used my MFT die namics once again ladies =) and this time not only the Rolled roses I used my new Fancy Flourish die from My Favorite Things . I love this die, so much fun to use! I used my foil heavy cardstock for the fancy flourish and rolled mini roses. Don't you love these embellishments that you can create on your own...endless possibilities! Also, I added doilies as you all know love to use those as well. Added glitters on the bottom of Miss Anya Snow and Martha stewart punch. I used the TGF sentiment CHILL OUT stamp and added glossy accent on it. Added some flat back pearls and then on the background patterned paper I added faux stitching and then I distressed the paper and used my distress ink to finish the card. I hope you enjoy this one as much as I did.

Here are the materials that I used in this project:
TGF rubber stamp Rain Snow Shine
MFT Die namics
Embossing folders
Cricut machine for the half scalloped background
copic markers
Faux pearls
Glossy accent

Have a lovely weekend! Hugs, Jas

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Beach Wedding Theme Card

Hey Everyone,
      I just finished making this card for my sister who lives in a sunshine state. She had asked me if I can make her a Beach Wedding theme card. So I came up with this one which actually I already made sort of the same in the past. This time I cut out a circle and back it up with Lacey circles spellbinder. I also added sparkles on the water and around the sun with Sakura Clear gel pen to add more 3D.  I have a tutorial here on how I created the beautiful sunset scene that you see in there using different distress inks. You can see this card on my Youtube channel here.

Here are the materials that I used in this project:

Rubber stamps (OurCraftlounge)
Kraft Cardstock
Lacey Circles
Coluzzle circle
DCWV patterned paper
Flower - Recollection
Lace trim
Sakura Clear Gell pen
Flat back pearls
Versamark ink
Distress inks
Black Embossing powder
Decorative Scissor edge
Bazzil Bling Cardstock

Have a lovely evening. Hugs, Jas

Sunday, November 6, 2011

TGF Cheeky Rockabilly Card #18

Hey Everyone,
    Happy Sunday! I just have a card to share with you today. I made this for my sister who just turned 21 few days ago. I chose TGF Cheeky Rockabilly I used my copic markers to color her and paper pieced her clothes. I used my Sakura Gelly roll pen (clear) to have shimmers or glitters all over the card. Then I cut some strips of paper and folded and I liked how it looked so I cut some more and put them sort of a flower. But I made just half flower because it wouldn't fit in the card so I just put on both sides of Cheeky Rockabilly. I used the background papers from my winning giveaway from Amy, thanks! Ok, ladies, I have to get ready and my kids or else will be late... ciao!

Here are the materials that I used for this project:

Background Papers from Amy
Ivory Cardstock
TGF Cheeky Rockabilly
Copic markers
Sakura Gelly roll pen

Happy Sunday Everyone! Hugs, Jas

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Sweet Baby Mini Album for my baby girl Lyra

Hey Everyone,
     I'm excited to share with you all my mini album that I made for my daughter. It took me a week to finish everything but it's worth it! Mini albums for girls as you all know are hard to make because you need to put and create more embellishments and that's what makes it even longer to finish just one page. But I love it and I enjoyed every piece that I put in this album. It contains from the day that my daughter was born up to her first birthday, random pictures of her and a few of us with her. This mini album is bulky and a little heavy because I used medium weight chipboards. So inlove with this paper kit Simple Stories BABY STEPS. I'm really happy that I finally get a chance to use it.  I used everything in this paper kit even the stickers and sentiments and I used all of the papers as in ALL! There's only a few stickers left in this kit. Ok, so here it is...warning it has 14 pictures so hang in there it's worth your time. =) I hope I inspire you to make one either for your loved ones or for gifts.

Check out my video about this album here: Sweet Baby Mini Album
Here are the materials that I used in this mini album:

Simple Stories BABY STEPS
Recollections - embellishments
Charms and chains
Frog feather - Lace trim
Handmade flowers
Martha Stewart punchers
Mini Rossettes strip die
MFT die-namics - Rolled Roses
Medium weight Chipboards
Tim Holtz - Edge dies
Bind it all - Wires

Have a great one. Hugs, Jas
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