Hi everyone!

Although I am not a scary team or spooky person... LOL!
Happy Halloween anyway!

I have a card with the cutest Bat Tilda ever today,

Featuring a Halloween set from Magnolia 2020 along with the cute bats  from last year Halloween set.

I was coloring the images with Ranger Distress ink, and she was stamped on Daler Rowney watercolor paper 300gsm with Ranger Dye Ink.

I had so much fun when merged these two stamp together!

Can you spot the sentiment stamp? so nice that this set had some additional stamp to complete the scene of Halloween :) :) :)

Wish you a happy 31st of October, Happy all the way!

Happy Harvest


Hello friends!
I continue to share the image from Magnolia Stamp Box #03 2020 - Autumn;

I've got so much fun with this collection and surprisingly there was an image from "You are my pumpkin art stamp sheet" that perfect for creating this Autumn scene.

Card Details;
First, I arrange the autumn background on my card, I started working on this card by stamping the image not at the center of my panel because I need a space for the background.
I stamped her using Ranger dye ink and I paint everything using watercolor.
My panel was trimmed to 4 x 5 ″

Here is the closer look for the background, That car was coming from "You are my pumpkin" while Sentiment coming from the same kit on Stamp Box #3

Oh dear! she is super super cute!!! I can't resist to see her innocent face 😍

For the final touch I put a snail, the cutest snail in the world!
I cut the snail with Magnolia dies from DooHickey Box.

Magnolia stamp - Stamp Box # 03
Magnolia stamp - You are my pumpkin stamp art sheet
DooHickey Box - Autumn
Ranger dye ink - Black tie
Watercolor mediums including Winsor and Newton and Ranger Distress ink

Thanks for being here and I'll see you again!
Have a great day, everybody!

Pumpkins and Turning leaves!

 Hi there everyone!


Can you feel it in the air where you are? 

The first hint of autumn! I can certainly see the changes happening here and there already. Dewy and misty morning pictures around the Instagram, I saw annuals dying back and berries ripening. The colours are changing too from bright, fresh greens to deeper hues colors as they prepare to put on their autumn finery. OH! So beautiful!!!


I have an Autumn card today, with the special edition from Magnolia stamp company.


Pumpkin! Yes, please!

When Autumn bring the turning leaves, pumpkins never absent!


Key Ingredient:

Featuring You are my Pumpkin art stamps sheet along with pumpkin dies from Magnolia DooHickey Box. They are fit going together.

I framed the main panel with the help of Pretty Pink Posh scallop frame dies and I had painted the frame with watercolor paint in Autumn colors.


After I stamped her on watercolor paper with memento ink, I colored her using watercolor mediums; Distress Ink Vintage photo for her skin, Walnut stain for hair and the rest I use Winsor and Newton watercolor paint.

I have Inked the pumpkin and leaves with distress inks using a brush blender.
Adding this pumpkin, to get the feeling of autumn when harvest pumpkins is a must.



Thank you for stopping by.

I hope you enjoyed my card today and Have a cozy Autumn!

Cozy Autumn | Simple card inspiration

 Hiya readers!

Autumn is here!

Every year it happens. In the month of October, I fall in love. It seems like a surprise each and every time, no matter how many years it's happened.

How about you? DO you enjoy your Autumn outside? or just staying at Home?

The weather starts to take on a slight chill, isn't it? If I look closely, leaves are beginning to turn from green to yellow, brown, orange, red. Autumn is arriving and, like annual clockwork, I fall in love with it all over again.

Oh dear! I want to feel all the scent of the Fall 💛


I have an inspiration card to share today, and this is about the cozy Autumn :)




I present the newest image from Magnolia company, isn't she lovely? I love how she is enjoy the warm of this Fall season.

Stay at home with family and enjoy all the Autumn spices... What do you think?




Yeah... There is no place at home 💗

Home is where the heart is




Taking time to stop and smell the roses (or in this case pumpkin scents) is extremely good to our well being. Whether it’s a candle scent, a freshly baked pumpkin cake or seasonal soup boiling on the cup – take a moment to enjoy it. Autumn has arrived and it’s definitely time to make your home smell like it, would you agree?




Card by me using a heart shape from Magnolia DooHickey and attached a sign shape from DooHickey Box as well where I stamped the words Home Sweet Home (Also from Magnolia).

To begin, I cut heavyweight white cardstock with Magnolia DooHickey Heart frame from Vintage Box #5 and make the background using blending technique. I used a brush to blend the ink and I do the same thing on another white cardstock and cut it with DooHickey heart shape dies and I paint a small piece watercolor paper then cut it out with leaf dies.




I hope you enjoyed this seasonal inspiration.

Happy Fall y'all!

It's warm everybody, It's Autumn already! | Watercolor painting background

 Hello beautiful friends!


Autumn is truly a beautiful month. The colours are warm and vibrant that wipes out the blanket of green from the departing season. The landscape somehow becomes richer, the fruits and food seem riper and tastier and the countryside truly becomes alive

We are saying goodbye to summer and Hello Autumn!



Today I am featuring the newest image from Magnolia stamp company, so sorry that I don't know her title yet (she was coming from the Stamp Box #3) but I will edit this post later with details once she will be released for buy online.



I am using two stamps here, Tilda herself and a small mushroom. All the images from this collection make me so happy to color and work with, they are so adorable.
For the background, I paint the autumn scene inspired by a photo of a village in South Korea. I hope I paint it well but if no please forgive me!

I might deal with autumn colors so let me use this sweet the color combo.
Inspired by the Sweet Pumpkin, Dried Sage, Rose Hip and the transition color of autumn apple.
I just gently ink blended the second layer using Distress ink and framed up the focal image just simple as it. The leaves were die cut out of painted watercolor paper and stamped the word on.
Leaves are falling, and Autumn is calling!
so true... 
 "Love the trees until their leaves fall off, 
then encourage them to try again next year."
-Chad Sugg 

May this Autumn be a harvest of happy times for you!