Every year I change the colours for my decorations. I am not sure yet what colours I will use this year, but I guess I am drown to gold, brown, grey and cream. This ornament I made on tiny canvas. I used some embellishments by Finnabair
This little guy I made of old jumper:) I will make a video tutorial soon :)
And these clay ornaments I made last year. So as you can see blue and red was my colour scheme last Christmas:)
And what is your favourite colour scheme for this Christmas?
I am so thrilled to announce that I finally made my first doll (wall ornament)!!!! This idea was in my head for very long time. I wanted to combine my fairies and 3D elements. And by using: plaster, cardboard, metal, vintage doilies and tissue paper: tadaaaaaaaa here she is:)
I am proud of her and she gave me wings to go and create more and more. So you sit and enjoy the photos, and I am going back to my studio:)
I was invited as a Guest Designer in Scrap Africa. Thank you for that! It was a pleasure to create for you:)
The theme for the challenge was to use two tags in the project. I decided to use three of them and create a winter mobile. Every year I make a new hand made christmas decoration for my house so I guess I can tick it off from my list to do this year:)
In this project I used tags and flowers by Prima, chipboards by Scrapiniec, glitter and metal embellishments by Finnabair,spray by Lindy's Stamp Gang, some nature elements from Polish forest and the fairies from my own paintings ;-)
BIRTHDAYS!!! Funny huh? And the post is going live exactly in my Big Day;P
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This Birthday is special for me because I have my little babygirl in my life now!!!! And she is the best gift I could possibly dream off. I love painting girls and fairies and I think one of them just came out from the painting and become real! you tell me: Isn't she the cutest fairy ever?
This is my memory frame made on a piece of wood. For this project I used vintage book pages, lace, flowers by Prima, other flowers from my stash, metal embellishments and resin frame by Prima, word sticker by 7Dots Studio
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Today I wanted to share with you my new project inspired by Finnbair and her Creative Design team:)
I decided to enter her Finnabair's Cozy Challenge as winter just came and I love to feel wooly and cozy:) And also those colours are outside of my comfort zone (as I always use very vibrant colours). But we need to challenge ourselves sometimes, right? :)
So I decided to work on wood, as it has a cozy texture already:) I used many materials by Prima and Finnbair and also some materials by Lindy's Gang Stamp, Docrafts, 13arts, FaberCastell.
I also did a video! (scroll down to the bottom of this post)
I created my cozy moodboard for inspiration. I use the images from internet but also in the bottom left corner is a journal spread of my friend Marta, who is also a team member of Finnabair's DT:) Her art work is out of this world!
As I am in love with fairies, I decided to add the little one:)
This was the mood board for the challenge: Vibrant & Glamorous.
What inspired me to create this painting was a combination of gold and purple and also a butterfly :) I sprinkled this lovely combination with a little bit of magic and decided to incorporate a little fairy and its sparkly dust:)
Today I wanted to show you a special gift set I was asked to design for a birthday present :) The colours scheme was purple, brown and cream. I used many supplies by Prima and my favourite new collection by Prima- Epiphany:)