Copper Princess - Prima Marketing

Hello hello hello! Sharing three in a row with the Prima Princesses. I started yesterday with a card and today I'm sharing something completely different - a home decor project! And the third project is yet different. Two of the projects are paper ones, so for this project, I wanted to use the Princess stamp totally differently.

For this piece I took some air drying clay, made it flat and then pushed the stamp into the clay. After drying I painted the piece with first Art Alchemy paint and then treated it with Patina Effect going for a copper panel look. For the display, I adhered the Princess piece onto a piece of watercolor paper and then framed it with the Rustic Romance frame.

Thank you for stopping by today! Please be back tomorrow to see the third one! 


590819 - Prima Princess stamp Olivia 
588304 – Rustic Romance 8x10 frame 
963057 – Art Alchemy acrylic paint Ancient Coin 
964351 – Patina Effect paste set 
963965 – Art Alchemy Metallique Wax Aged Brass 
980269 – A4 Watercolor paper pad 
961459 – Heavy Gesso Black 
961367 – 3D Gloss Gel 

Materials: Prima Marketing


Special Moments - Prima Marketing

The Prima Princesses are so gorgeous! I love how detailed the designs are! Bearing that in mind, I decided to do a layered card using the “Olivia” stamp.

I stamped the design several times to a piece of cream cardstock and then used the Prima watercolor pencils and a waterbrush to color the image. I colored one of the images totally and just the roses on two. Then I cut the images loose and layered them using foam dots. I used just a couple of elements besides the Princess in my card so give the full focus to Olivia.

Underneath is a little video of putting the card together. Thank you for stopping by today! Wishing you a lovely week! 

Materials: Prima Marketing, Ranger


Wax tags - demo at Leimailutaivas

Hello there! How has your weekend started? I'm sharing these two tags today which I made as demo samples for an upcoming event here in Finland. They are made using Modeling paste, stamps, black gesso and the new Finnabair waxes. If you happen to be in Finland in Saturday a couple of weeks from now, please come and say hi! 

Heippa hei! Otetaas taas muutama sana suomeksi kun kyseessä on tapahtuma Suomessa! Elikä Leimailutaivas on parin viikon päästä ja mukana myös minä. Olen paikalla demoilemassa Finnabairin uutuusvahoja ja pohjana käytän hauskaa leimailutekniikkaa. Tervetuloa mukaan ja tutustumaan! Puistokulmassa nähdään! 

Lisätietoa messuista, aikatauluista ja kursseista paikan päällä täältä (linkki) tapahtuman kotisivuilta.

Iloista viikonlopun jatkoa!

Materials: Prima Marketing


Vikings - A Flair for Buttons

How are you today? Hopefully haveing a great Fri-yay! Today I'm sharing a layout I made for A Flair for Buttons. As my last project for this Etsy store was a colorful one, I went the complete opposite with this one and used quite a monochromatic palette of browns here. They also felt as the right choice for the topic.

In the photo there's my older daughter and my husband building a miniature ship. The story actually starts with the summer vacation trip to Tallinn, the topic of the previous page for A Flair for Buttons as well. We visited a maritime museum while in there and my daughter completely fell in love with the model ships. As my father once was a model builder and I can self remember gluing down teeny tiny windows of the cruiser models, this struck a chord in me. So when we got back home, the whole family went to shop for a model. My daughter got to choose it and she chose a Viking vessel. Being a Nordic person, it was a fun twist as well.

I tried to capture the atmosphere of the days passed and the sea fare to my page. The tones are of old paper and leather and I definitely wanted to use that sea chart print in my layout. While the papers and tones represent the past, I went with a modern look with the flairs. They still echo the same color scheme, but the designs are a bit more modern. The chevron is from the Linen Chevron set and the camera from the Honey Honey 2 one. The woodgrain "fun" is from the Paper Airplanes 2 set. I just love to mix and match! 

Thank you for your visit today!

Ps. Have you heard about Art Transformations? It's the first ever online workshop by Finnabair hosted by Everything Art. Or actually it's even better - a series of online workshops! Here's a link to a little sneak peek video (link).

Sets used:


Materials: A Flair for Buttons, 7 Dots Studio, Prima Marketing, Scrap FX


Love Letters - 7 Dots Studio

It's Friday! ...oh, wait, no. But I have a day off tomorrow so it feels like a Friday! If you have some spare time as well, there's a new challenge at 7 Dots Studio's blog! This time the theme is "Love" and you have until March 19th time to participate. Here's the link to the new challenge (link). Underneath you can see the inspirational circle with some of the team projects.

February is a month of love, indeed. With that in mind, I made a little set of ATCs. I chose positive, sweet texts as the background for these cards and the added some pinks and purples on top. The big texts also reflect love and they are from the Cold Country Die Cut Elements set.

Love is all around! Have a great day!

Materials from 7 Dots Studio:

Lost and Found: Tags 12x12
Homegrown: Clear Stamps
Cold Country: Die Cut Elements 6x12

Materials: 7 Dots Studio, Prima Marketing, Ranger


Bound butterflies ATCs - GDT Our Mixed Media Moods

Hi there! How are you today? I have something special to share with you today - it's a double guest piece! As I'm not a part of the regular Artists Live team, I was honored and happy to be invited to take part in a guest appearance in the Our Mixed Media Moods. What is Our Mixed Media Moods? It's a collaboration between DeeDee Catron and Jenn Engle and the goal is to inspire and provide exciting tutorials and videos. There's a challenge, too, so you can join in the fun! The linky tool is here (link) at DeeDee's blog.

Above is the inspiration board, the challenge. I immediately was drawn to the upper middle photo which reminded me about alcohol inks and a technique I've been using every now and then. That settled the background part but then I needed to think what to make and what other details to include to the piece. The right bottom corner photo gave me an idea of ATCs and the twine and the butterflies took care of the details. 

Underneath is my contribution video to the challenge. You can see the links to all other videos in the description part of the video. 

You can see the process to make the marble, splotchy looking background in the video. I've used the same technique with mists, too. What took me by surprise was how the white Ecoline worked. Underneath is two detail shots of the background without the top layers.


If you'd like to swap one of these or just to receive one, please send me a mail. You can see the address from the sidebar. 

Thank you for stopping by today! Wishing you a lovely day!

Materials: Prima Marketing, 7 Dots Studio, Talens, Ranger


Let's get lost together - Prima Marketing

Let’s get exploring! Wild and Free is a perfect collection to document travels and journeys. You can see the collection here (link). This layout is one I made for CHA last year.

The subject of this page is a road trip I did with some friends during last autumn. So much fun to spend some time in with like-minded people, do fun stuff and just go wild!

Have a great Tuesday! Thank you for stopping by! 

Materials: Prima Marketing, A Flair for Buttons

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