Bunny Parade #2 | Huge Bunny Big Hugs

Hello friends!
Today the last day of February and I’m so excited to be sharing another adorable bunny from Magnolia, and here is my second bunny from my mini series; Bunny Parade;

 I heard that somewhere out there, the snow still falling and many of my dear friend got the cold and froze weather! I think for the past few days they have been longing for spring. It’s very sunny and warm in Indonesia, I wish for the new life for plants over there and very excited to see the desert bloom again. While it’s still going to be a few weeks before the spring and rains come, I back to my stamps and paper and translated my wishes for spring to arrive to you onto a card with a Huge Bunny Big Hugs 

In winter, I plot and plan. In spring, I move. Henry Rollins
Read more at: https://www.brainyquote.com/topics/spring
In winter I plot and plan,
In spring I move
- Henry Rollins -

Details :

I started working on this card by picking out the image and then I color her with distress ink for her skin tone and hair, while I paint her suit and the bunny with Windsor and Newton watercolor paint. I use vintage stamp from Chamil Garden and the post mark  from Magnolia stamps to embellish the backgrounds of my cards. The dies I use here also from Magnolia - DooHickey dies.

Keep warm everyone!


Bunny Parade #1 | Spring favour - Journaling with Magnolia

Hi readers!
May be it's cold over there, but spring is just around the corner! and to celebrate it I will do some blog post in few days ahead with bunny as a little artist for this spring chapter :)

Here the first bunny;

I created another page of my journal book using the image from Magnolia, Tilda with her Bunny was coming from years ago but this is my favorite image!

No matter how long the winter, spring sure to follow ..


 First I color this stamp using distress ink and then I cut my colored images out with my scissors, I wanted to find a way to incorporate this focal image with another stamp images from a variety of Magnolia Stamp -mostly Vintage Box in various series.
I used a design paper from Magnolia and some Chamil Garden washi tape to decorate my page. I started working on the backgrounds for my page with some watercolor too. I feel like the backgrounds as just as important as the foregrounds of a project.
 If you know my style, you know that I love water coloring, but I’m not a massive fan of very bright color. and I finished off my journaling by re-write some quote that I like to read again in the future.

Have a beautiful lovely spring!

Spring Cleaning has begun | Village background watercolor painting

Hi everyone! 
Welcome back for another episode from my spring chapters, and I will have some bunnies parade in a couple days ahead but, I want to kick off with this spring card :) 

In today’s episode I’m making a simple Spring season card showing a village scene using watercolor painting, If you’ve been following me for some time you might have noticed how in love I am with watercolor painting to tell a story on my card.

Details :

I  started to work on my card by stamping an image, I choose Watered Tilda from Spring Fever collection, colored her with Distress Ink, once my coloring was done then I sketch the scene with pencils. Next, I paint the background using Winsor and Newton Cotman , while the paper I use is Canson Illustration Paper. Lastly I stamp the sentiment also from Spring fever Collection.
All dies I used here also from Magnolia company.

Thank you so much and Have a lovely Spring!

Journaling with Magnolia | Inspired by a classic story Alice in wonderland

Hello readers!

This is my first post in February [the month of love] so I wanna say thank you so much from the bottom of my heart for all your supports, encouragements and all the spirit that you drop here on my blog space, and I am so grateful to have you all!
This year I decided to dive into the world of writing beside painting and card making, and I couldn't be more excited about it! so I'm really looking forward to the freedom and creativity of art journal! 

a little story about me, I love to read classic story, when I read.. I often found that there are lots of inspired words on the stories.
 and I rather to rewrite those inspire words instead I grab my pen to highlight it.

I am featuring Magnolia stamps on my journaling ; and they are coming from Magnolia PopUp Box Vol.4
This set is released on limited time, and I just love this cute Tilda as Alice :)

Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic, Alice in Wonderlamd

For a century and a half it has delighted and puzzled us in equal measure. We have fallen down the rabbit hole with Alice, taken tea with her and the Mad Hatter, been maddened by the Cheshire Cat and had to convince the Queen of Hearts that we didn’t steal her tarts!

I will never get enough for classic story, and my favorite words from Alice in wonderland is :
I can’t go back to yesterday because I was a different person then.”

Details :
All stamps from Magnolia company
writing and journaling on Midori Traveller's Notebook

Thank you so much for reading.