Hello, dear friends! Olga is here today to share with you some new portion of inspiration. Even though summer is far behind us and we all set a Christmas mood, the ray of sunshine and a birdsong remind about those glorious days. My today's card is a tribute to bright and warm summer days as a present for a lady born in autumn.
I love to create little diorama and knew that the chipboard leprechaun house would be just perfect for such a creation along side the leprechaun's, mushrooms and butterflies.
I started by assembling the house and then added a layer of sand texture paste to the surfaces before adding pigment powders for added color.
I colored the leprechauns, mushrooms and fence pieces with acrylic paints.
These were then added to the base along with a moss affect paste to make a green surface for the garden of the house.
I layered some cheesecloth on the roof for texture and added mini bush stamens in assorted colors from the shop and tiny foamiran flowers. I added some small terracotta pots and filled these with foamiran flowers and stamens. For the house and garden I added sprigs of plastic leaves available in the shop plus lots of tiny flowers made using Lady E tiny flowers dies and ecru colored foamiran. I finally added a scattering of a product called flower soft to enhance the overall affect.
I'd like to show you today my cards made out of Lavender Provence collection from Fabrika Decoru. I focused on die cuts, I even made a short video to show you how amazing product it is.
Here is my first card. I focused here on Lavender Provence die cuts, I used wreath, leaves and bottle and I used 3D pads to built my composition. I had to add flowers...I am flower girl and I can't imagine card without flowers.
My second card is envelope wedding card I made using exactly the same products - die cuts, chipboards and flowers. I just add a little bit of lavender leaves I cut using Lady E dies.
Who likes attics? I do. Inspired by a perfect attic where spiders do not live I created little scene. An exploding box is a perfect place for those little objects. I hope I'll will inspire you to make something similar.