Summer series July inspiration | Hello Sunny!

Hello everyone ..
I hope you're having a good warm sunny days where so ever you are!
Let me share something on my blog today, and I am hoping so much you'll like it as much as I do, my big wish that you will read until the very end because I would love to hear your thoughts.
On this month, the month of July where the Sunny and Sunlight overwhelming most of us, I still believe in a balance within the mind and the surroundings, otherwise we start to feel overwhelmed and uncomfortable, as if there is no relief.
and within so many hings in my mind, I am so inspired by an old Swedish proverb, it says;
Fear less, hope more
Whine less, breath more
Talk less, say more
Hate less, love more;
and all good things are yours

When you have one day on a beach, do you ever hear the wave sound from a seashell ?
can you hear it ... echoing the wave ..
I have a favorite quote about the seashells, it from  Anne Morrow Lindbergh,
she says ..
One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few.

When you miss somebody, so far away ...
write something, express your mind and feel your own wave :)

I made my card for today with lots of inspiration from the sea, the wave, it breeze and those beautiful seashells.
I use some DooHickey dies from various collection to cut out the paper, while the main image is Sunny days Tilda from Magnolia latest release ; Pool Party
Until this point, I hope you'll find a little something from here to inspire you.
Have a Sunny day!

Summer series - Pool Party with Hello Weekend Tilda

Hi everyone!

I am back with another blog post, it has been such a whirlwind of a month with so many busy days over the June but overall it's been a good one, and I hope that you had a great one too!
 This weekend, I’m sharing yet another card for Summer! Magnolia has a brand new series named "Pool Party" and it's all about Summer!

I constantly feel inspired by Sonia Gandhi, she says:
 Together we can face any challenges as deep as the ocean and as high as the sky.

Card Details;
I started to make this project by picking out an image from the Pool Party Collection - Hello Weekend Tilda along with the word "Hello Weekend" from the same collection.
Stamping them with Ranger dye ink - black tie onto Canson ilustration paper and water coloring her, I also paint a beach background with watercolor. I cut a Polaroid shape out with the help of Pretty Pink Posh dies The idea for this card was to imitate a beach scene with the trendy Instax photo and some monstera leaves for more interesting, those leaves cut with DooHickey dies.

Thank you so much for reading,
Have a great day!

I appreciate you more than just words can say | June Inspiration

Hello everyone ..
I hope you're having a good weather and warm where so ever you are.

In the few weeks, the spring will be go by and soon we'll arriving the border of the summer as we are already hop right into June.
This month particularly a happy month for me because my sons get their holiday, that mean we can have a time to be nestle together.

You may be knowing me, that I am so love with beautiful quotes, and they are always being my good boosters,
I pick the words from Hans Christian Anderson for today; he says ..
"Just living is not enough. One must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower."
while Gerard De Nerval says;
"Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature."

Before I go back to my real activity, let me share a little something with you and hope you will find some inspiration from this post;

I made a card featuring an image from Magnolia stamp company; Flower Shop Tilda is one of the latest release Le Fleur and she is adorable all the way she is!

Card Details :
First, I started working on all of my cards by stamping the image on Canson Illustration paper and coloring it with my most favorite medium; watercolor. I use both Distress ink and Winsor and Newton watercolor to color the image.
I die cut the frame and all flourish decoration with DooHickey Magnolia dies. For the focal panel I did a manual stitching around the image, and I combine the image with the word from Pretty Pink Posh. Around the image I stamped some beautiful vintage flourish word also from the Le Fleur collection with Dessert sand Memento ink.
For an extra interest, I embossed a tiny word "roses" on the cute little sign with white embossing powder (tiny word and sign also from Le Fleur collection)

Thank you so much fro reading,
Wish you the most beautiful month too!