Sweet and Match | Color ombre background with brush blending

Hello reader!

I am so excited to be here again on my blog. I was completely over the moon in real because I have a short getaway with my son and we have an amazing trip just two of us!
But it is always good to be back :)
so here are my cards for today inspiration;

I have two cards with one design and when I thought what better way to show my appreciation of my creative journey so far than to make these two cards featuring of the most adorable stamp set from the last kit that Magnolia sent to me - Creating Collection

Details :

I started by stamping the image onto a piece of watercolor paper and coloring her with watercolor, then I cut the storybook shape with the help of Pretty Pink Posh dies.
Next, I grab a brush {that was just a makeup brush} and ink the panel up with pigment ink.  For the card base, I added some ombre ink blending at the top to darken the top edge a bit.

Those beautiful words are from the set as well, and the bubble talk is cut with Magnolia DooHickey die - Back to school.

I wish you an amazing day!

Home for the Holiday | another card for winter series

Hi everyone!

I hope you are having a wonderful start of the new year so far, and I am so excited about this post because this is my very first one on this year and I have to say that this theme has become my favorite.
"Home for the holiday"
yeah, the most favorite time all the time is when I can nestle together with my little family, my son who studying abroad was home so we were complete!

Regarding the weather, I don't know what is around you but here in my place we live, still in the rainy season.
so, if you are still in the winter, let me send a warm greeting to all of you :)

 Today I am featuring a mini set from Magnolia,  This set is perfect for winter, maybe the winter in your place is in January but maybe the other part of the earth will be winter in June so this set will fit all year.

Details :

While I don’t yet have Spring decor, I do have another one that according to the snow in my card corner because it's Winter theme! – in form of snowboard! Today’s card uses all stamps from "Home for the Holidays" There are 3 stamps on this set.
I started making this card by stamping & coloring the main images. I went with some of my go-to color combos and then paint the background with my favorite paint, Winsor & Newton.
I also use some of the vintage stamps from Winter Craft and I trimmed my panel to 4 1/2 x 5 1/2″ and adhered onto a white top folding card base.

I really enjoyed making this card, and I am hoping so much you will do the same when you are making a card.
I can't wait to see yours and then let me know which one was your absolute favorite theme and why.

I always love to see Winter;
read the beautiful poem about that season ... it seems so romantic and beautiful!
sometimes it makes me inspired.

 Winter is a season of recovery and preparation. 
Paul Theroux

Thank you for stopping by today!