That's what these two little girls seems to be thinking about...
Hi! I'm back!
Unfortunately, not always have free time to make some craft... But I'm happy to get back on my track!
This is my first non-totally cute ATC! I have this image for some time -I cut it from a soap envelope- and didn't know what to do with it... I imagine these two girls returning home from they first outing to the movie alone, so, I needed a dark enviroment for it, like nightfall, and for the first time I dared to darken a piece of cardstock with watercolor. And I liked how it turned out! Then, I only had to recreate an scenery for they -using the current Unscripted Sketches no. 47 - and that's it!
Hi! It's Sunday again, and that means it's time for another Sunday project -which it's usually a 3D project.
But first, I want to share with you an exciting news related with today's project: I started to sell my creations in a stationary store near home. Since I'm making a lot of notebooks and cards lately and don't know what to do with all this stuff, I had the idea to show them to the stationary store owner and she was delighted and very interested in get some for sale on the store!!! I was jumping for joy! So, today's project were two exhibitors, one for my little 6x9cm cards and one for my notebooks.
This is the card's exhibitor (I love this template!). It can hold 10 of them or 5 with their envelopes . I was playing again with the notes of the scored paper and the title "Little notes" ('notitas' in sp)
The front view:
And this is the notebook's exhibitor. It can also hold ten notebooks. As it's bigger and suppose to hold more weight, I've variated a little bit the template for security.
The front view with some notebooks I still have at home:
I was working today in two more ATCs. Unfortunately, I didn't became happy with the final results. I was inspired in the current Unscripted Sketch no. 45, but I don't go to present this cards in the challenge because in neither case succeeds in the sketch.
This one is completely made with my drawings.
And this one use Toga's patterned papers.
This is the original sketch:
I think my Spring's dreams still need to spread a little more their wings!
We had a nature's big present this past monday: a huge and wonderful Snowfall! It was like a storm, with crazy wind and a lot of snowflakes all day long. As this one has been the first Snow we had since arrived here, two years ago, you can imagine how I enjoy it! Of course, I went outside and took a few pictures for share this joy with you, although I know by now you all are tired of snow around you!
This is me with the snow up to my ankles (and a big smile!)
The wind don't allow me to open my eyes!
This is how the streets looked covered with the whiteness.
And this is me, again, enjoying a hot tea in my room after the ride. You can see the lamentable state of the pine forrest near my window after the snowfall. The pines could not resist the temporal and many of them fell down. So sad!
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And for my craft, I've been working in this little bath set for get the spring spirit into my tiny bathroom. Love it!
The altered box of cotton sticks.
And my new "Good morning!" organizer for toilet stuff.
Wishing you a week full of joy, as mine has started!