Saturday, February 10, 2018

Heffy Doodle Release 3 Bloghop

Hello and thank you for stopping  by!!!
Today we are celebrating the amazing stamps and dies of Heffy Doodle´s Release nr.3 with an awesome bloghop!!!

You might be comming here from Kelly Griglione or maybe you are starting the awesome Bloghop at my Blog.

There is also an amazing giveaway going on with this Bloghop.
A random winner will be selected for a £25 gift certificate + free shipping for the Heffy Doodle store. To be eligible, leave comments across the entire blog hop by 11:59 PM PST on 2/15/2018. Winners will be announced on the Heffy Doodle Blog. 

Now on to my card for this bloghop. As we are living in a world of smartphones and texting I thought I would pick this theme for my little smartphone card using the Whatcha Sayin´stamps and dies

I started with a whisperwhite notecard that I cut down in with to look more rectagular to  fit my smartphone idea. After that I cut a piece of black cardstock in the same size and rounded it´s corners as a smarphone usually had round corners to make it smoother.

Using a rectange stichted inside-and-out rectangle die I cut out he display area from the phone.  I love the stitched borders. Makes it even more crafty I think.
After glueing down the black smartphone frame I started working on the texting bubbles.I used the stitched bubbles using the Whatcha Sayin´Dies and  cut seven on them in all the rainbowcolors as you can never have too many rainbow elements. After cutting them I stamped 7 different sentiments from the Whatcha Saying stampset on them . Using the rainboworder I arranged them on the phone display and glued them down using foam dots.
At the end of the conversation I placed a diecut tiny red heart from the Eggcellent News dies and added a layer of glossy accents and some glimmer.

To add a few special details to the phone-card I embossed a line of tiny dots on the top of the card and adhered a small glimmer circle for the front-camera. 

 I also added a little home button to the bottom, that I covered with glossy accents to make it more real. 

I´m sure the card will put a big smile on the recipients face. 
So tell me which is your favorite set from the new Heffy Doodle Release?
Now on you hop to all the insanly talented Ladies showing you their amazing creations using the new Release and don´t forget to leave a nice comment on each of them to be able to win the big prize: 
Maria Rudolph  YOU ARE HERE!!!

 Happy Crafting!!!
Maria :)

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Hooray for the Great Big Heffy Doodle Bloghop for Release 2!!!!!

Hello and Thank you for stopping by!!!!

I´m so happy you are  stopping by today because today I´m taking part in the wonderful

Heffy Doodle Release 2 Bloghop!!!!

Before I show you my project for the hop I want to tell you that have the chance to win some awesome Heffy Doodle Stamps yourself .
 What do you have to do for that , you may ask?
 Well you just need to visit all the amazing Blogs taking part in the Blog Hop and leave a comment on each Blog by 11:59 PM PST on the 7th of november 2017. One lucky random winner will be picked from all the comments and will win a 25$ gift certificate and will get free shipping from the Heffy Doodle Online Store!!! Isn´t that an awesome prize that you can win???

Here is a list of all the mamzingly talented ladies that are taking part in this Bloghop 

So you might have just arrived from Kelly and left her some love on the way. 
So on we go with my project for the Bloghop. As due to weird circumstances my Release 2 stamps never made it to my home I had to get creative and use my coordinating dies that I received in advance. 
This is what came into my mind...a somewhat different card for a change: 

For the base  of the card I picked some heavy whisper white cardstock . On top I layered a diecut piece and added some colored embossingpaste that I adhered with a brick  stencil on top of the cardstock. The paste gave the background a real brick structure. 
 On front of the brick house I diecut a little snowhil from white glimmer paper. I also cut some  stockings from the Elfish Antics Dies  and cut off the little hanger from the top. Some inking and white glaze pen later  you have two little elfish boots that I placed next to a little pile of white glimmer paper snow balls, ready for an elfish snowballfight ;)
On the other side I diecut a little sleigh from the Warm Hugs Dieset and gave him some shiny bits using a starbust gel pen and popped it up using some small dimentionals.

To create the snow for the mainimage of my card , which is the window, I mixed some white embossingpaste with glimmer powder and put it on the bottom and top of the window frame that I diecut from early espresso cardstock.
I put a piece of windowsheet behind the window and diecut a female elf and a little present from black cardstock using the Elfish Antics Dies. I then layered them behind the window sheet and a blended piece of crushed curry cardstock to give t a look of silhouettes behind a light source.

And voila my NON-Stamp Wintery card is done!!! Please let me know what you think ?
Have you ever done cards without a single stamp?

Don´t forget to leave a comment to be in the chance to win!!! 
You have to be in it to win it!!!

Now hop on over to

Dennice Watts 

for the next stop!