Friday, 29 April 2011

Out of this world baby boy

This lo was published in June 2011 issue of SNR magazine
My granson Omer one of the first tub times- the perfect photo for  this Best Creation Robot line
He really looks here as a  small robot baby and he is Out of this word guy

Thursday, 28 April 2011

Strawberry girl 4 ever

This page will be published in SNR magazine July 2011 ISSUE
New lo that was done according to this strawberry photo-I had to match the paper and my embellishments to this great photo of my daughter and Jillibean goodies wer just perfect here

Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Dress shaped card

This card  was published in June 2011 issue of SNR magazine
This project won the RRR challenge- thanks
And I made Top 5 at Cupcakes Inspiration too- thanks
My own hand drawn and hand cut dress template with Best Creations Princess/Ballet  fantastic new line
of paper- and here it is , this lovely girly B- day card
I enter this for some challenges too 
And to Cupcake   inspirations- colors mostly
Colors for RRR

Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Bits and pieces using CLD dies

Another post showing some of our great Cheery Lynn Designs Dies in action. Projects done using some of CLD dies on each one, but not too many of them - and still it make all the difference! So here they are-2 LOs and one card this time
The first one is a lo named Catching the waves, done using this Sea Shells by the Seashore border die, some as a photo frame and some as the single cut pieces of shells and I also used the seagull cut as a template for the birds on the upper corner and filled it with Ranger enamel paint

The second one is another Cameo card- this time I used the Frills and hearts border

So don't wait- grab yourself some great CLD dies and do some new and fancy projects with them too  

Monday, 25 April 2011

Best Creations Blog HOP

Hello and welcome to our third Best Creation Blog hop
It is Hip Hop time again ladies -so grab your Bunny Ears and come on a fun hop with us to learn lots of incredible techniques to use all those fun border punches that you have
Our first stop on the Hop is our talented Jodi Wilton and as your are being inspired be sure and pick up the mystery letters on each ladies blog as you go to spell our mystery word. Send this to for a chance to win our grand prize and leave comments on our facebook and all of the design team for 2 more chances to win your choice of a pack of glittery goodness
If you came from Jodi's blog  - you are on the right path, and if not- just go to Best Creations blog and there is a full list for out new hop. And just remember to comment on every blog as we have a great prize to grabb for some winners
This time we are going to show you all kinds of crafts using punches or dies
As I usaully use a lot of dies on my pages, this time I decided to give my attention to my border punches and to make a pretty and a bit simple page using them

So I used BC  spring lines mixed a bit and punched a lot of borders from all of those
lines.The pinwheels made with 3'' square  punch and then got a final touch with handmade ribbon flowers.The title is GROW-as my DN is growing fast, she is 11 now.I also recycled some  wood sticks here, added some buttons and brads and finally used my felt borders and velvet ribbons
And if are looking for my letter- here is is- just for U
And now your next  stop- our very talented Karen Taylor 

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Song of nature lo

This page was published in SNR May 2011 issue
Made with Core'dinations cardstock only, this page was a real challenge for me- but I think it's lovely after all. All nature seasons- photos and embossed  cardstocks  give us a feel about what is going around in the nature
I also entered it to 4 - SEASONS- Craft Garden challenge

Saturday, 23 April 2011

Dance as nobody is watching lo

This page will be published in SNR June 2011 issue
This new Best Creations paper line named Princess/Ballet is not only for a dancing  things
I decided to use this great Irish quote  as my title and made this one with Page Maps Nov 2008 round sketch- but the round part only, made 8*8'' size and then used another shaped paper as a frame

Friday, 22 April 2011

Best of times altered frame

This project was published in Scrapstreet magazine September issue
A very usual Ikea frame- made in this pastel vintage style, with crackled  clear paint ove the white acrylic
 and lots of home punched flowers
This Tando creative chipboard was just glittered a bit and left in its  basic color and the backing was dry embossed and distressed

Thursday, 21 April 2011

Omer: altered stitching hoop project

This is my most adorable 3 month old grandson Omer and an altered crosstitching hoop I did  with his photo.. I love flowers, I love shabby, I love blings and you can't use them with older boys.. But with 3 month old- the sky is a limit and my Prima stash is the second  limit only
So old black hoop, covered totallt with old vintage curtain lace, grungeboard pieces painted to white with fairy dust glitter, lost of flowers, some pins, metals and his name
I decided to stick to  this vintage clean colors- mostly white with a bit of blue as his eyes still are and some green  like in the photo
Lots of work in a very small , not more then 6'' circle piece
I hope you like it-the other thing is that you can change a photo in a second and to use it as a rechangable
Entered to Southern girls challenge for Blue and Green

Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Read and read lo

My cardstock only page, made with Core'dintaions cardstocks and lots of techniques: there are
embossing, debossing, handmade flowers, punching, using rub-ons faces for moods, making a title over a chipboard letters and using them over the title again,home cut book worm made from punched circles,and the most important- my DN Tamar's photo reading.. She is a book worm, this little one

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

This and that with CLD dies

This week I decided to collect all bits and pieces of my never posted here work, using our fabulous Cheery Lynn Designs dies .Also on those projects I didn't use many of CLD dies, but only a few here and there, I want to show you how effective those great dies are and how much one or two single dies can add to your projects
So here they are
The first one is a cardboard based scrapbooking page made for my only sister MAYA- and this is this
page name

I used French Pastly Doily several times and Scalloped Diamonds Border die on this lo
The next one is this dramatic Cameo card, made with XL French Scalloped Flair Nested Stackers dies
and as I don't have the regular French Flair dies, I just cut 2 around the dies- more work, but the same
result. I also used those Little Oval Nested Stackers dies as my Cameo base- the black was cut from the
chipboard Cameos package, the second one- from white cardstock

The third one is my XOXO with flowers card and I used this Large Parallel Rectangle Stitching plate to make a grid, then used some brads and twine to separate the sectors and to make this card

As you can see from all those projects:a small CLD touch and your lo or card are taken to another and better level
So go to our shop and grab some dies- then let us see what you can create with them

Monday, 18 April 2011

Just for a shot

This page will be published in SNR June 2011 issue
Fun page made with MME gooddies mostly and it's my DD at 17- not really gambling, it just was one shot  in Casino before thay kicked here out.. So the title is combined with a journaling and says " At 17
you can't gamble, it's just for a shot" and the handwriting adds- Las Vegas 2004

Sunday, 17 April 2011

Just lovely

My new and full of " gooddies" Prima page..
Some techniques too:inked and  heat embossed big shipboard,big butterfly with CLD  doily die home cuts, tearing and inking the papers,home made crystal beads flower brunch,lace pleating and a big bead made as a crystal ball.

Saturday, 16 April 2011


This page was published in SNR June issue
My new Prima page- very colorful and festive and made with  lot of love
I watercolored the backgraund paper, did a lot of hand cuts and actually built my own paper here
I also did some wire beading- it's long time since I did it- but I wanted to add some sparcles and didn;t have anything in blue

Graduation mini album

This album was published in June 2011 issue of SNR magazine
My very new mini album made with Best Creations most gorgeous Graduation papers and Clear scraps
 not clear, but chipboard Camera album
My trick  here is to use those plastic frames left after your orange Wonder tape is over as it fits exactly the circle cut in this mini album front page. I then coverd it with black velvet ribbon all around  and it's a recycling and nice look all together

Friday, 15 April 2011

Paper fan

This project made Top 3 o\n Elephantastic shaped things challenge- thanks

This paper fan was  a real challenge as I decided not to use any template, but to do one for myself
 Finally , after some  cuts and constructions it was done and I  like the fianl result
It was all embossed, distressed, and connected in this oriental style- I never know if it 's Chinese or
Japanese- but  oriental it is
And some challenges
Shaped for Elephantastic
Paper flowers for Paper romance
Embossing for Creative crafts 
Sparcle and blings for Pile it on

Thursday, 14 April 2011


This page was published in SNR May 2011  issue
New page- a MM background made with stamping resist technique, some beading, lot of Prima flowers 
distressing and Tando Creative fantastic chipboard that I used already once- not this one, but the same.. They are just perfect for the photo border

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Spring card

This card was published in SNR April 2011 issue
New card made with some new MME goodies- lovely colors that I decided are good for spring and
made with MME card sketch

Welcome sign :creat a scene with CLD dies

This time I decided to grab my Cheery Lynn Designs dies and to make a whole scene using some or  
 lot  of them... I also opened my Core'dinations paper stack I got from them as they are CLD partners and added some of their great cardstock from my own stash (the colored ones are my old babies, the whitewash is the new addition) and here we are: oval sign to welcome anyone
Here are quick instructions How to do it
 Cut a solid green cardstock with the biggest of the XL Oval Scalloped Stackers
 Cut the second size from some nice springy patterned paper- I used Best Creations one- and embos it with your Stitcher plate large Oval for the dimension
 Cut some clouds from the patterned paper and then cut some with you Expression bubble die
Cut a yellow sun with your Little Stackers Inverted Scalloped Circle die- I used one of the middle sizes
Build the sky as shown; add some glitters and pearl paints-I used Ranger
 Emboss some Whitewash Core'dination's cardstock with Bricks and Stones embossing plate and make a distress look using your sand Core'dinations distress tool, dust it with the special dusting cloth for the clean look. Using your Little Stackers Square Scalloped dies - 2 sizes of them- die cut 2 square houses. Cut all the rest of Brick embossed paper free hand. Layer the houses and cut the roofs to fit them
Emboss brown Coordination's cardstock with Wood grain embossing plate, cut the trees free handDie cut 2 ovals using our Little Stackers Nested Oval set, emboss them with Hearts and rose leaves XL embossing plate and build the trees as shown
 Die cut a fence with your Picket Fence border die, cut a small part of it to fit the sign
-and here is my new trick
use the small square leftovers from the inside as your doors and windows over the houses
 Add the Welcome letters, some black glitter smoke and glitter fruits and enjoy your creation
And as always: everything you need to make this sign is here

Sunday, 10 April 2011

2 li'l soldiers lo

This page was published in SNR May 2011  issue
New page made with Best Creations glitter paper and stickers for my 2 soldier girls- just to remember those 2 long years in Israeli army, also they will say they had a great time there while serving the country.

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