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Friday, March 4th, 2016
Don’t Forget to Take a Break!

I was so honored and excited when Eileen Hull asked me to be a guest blogger and create a project with her Sizzix dies. It’s always so much fun working with her dies and coming up with new ways and ideas. This time was no different. This last few weeks were really hectic for me. Between launching the VIP Room on April and moving the website and blog to a new home things got crazy and there were days I didn’t even get up from my desk to eat or drink. So I decided to use one of my favorite dies and create a visual reminder for myself to stop and take a break every once in awhile.  I love creating 3D projects so this creative pause was just what I needed! I had so much fun masking, painting and inking that I was almost sad when I finished the project 🙂 I know you’re used to having a video …

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop: How do you feel?

Welcome to the last Sizzix blog hop featuring the new Fresh Vintage dies by Eileen Hull. Today we are using the beautiful, versatile Petal Flower die. You may ask yourselves what possibly can the designers come up with now, what can they create from a flower that we haven’t already seen? Well, to answer this question just keep on hopping to see all the wonderful projects created by these talented designers. To view the hop, you can click on the Fresh Vintage blinkie on the sidebar. This will take you around to all of the designers on the hop. You can see projects that have already been posted here. I have decided to use the flower not as a flower but as a clock, a mood clock! I can turn its hands according to my mood. It came out so pretty that it will serve another purpose, to improve my mood on a bad day! Here is how you can create …

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011
Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop: 3D Flower #2

I’m so excited to be a part of another Sizzix blog hop. This time I was asked to create a project using Eileen hull’s new 3D flower die. I had a lot of fun playing with this die and trying different possibilities. To view the hop, you can click on the Fresh Vintage blinkie on the sidebar. This will take you around to all of the designers on the hop. You can see projects that have already been posted here. This die is versatile you can create flat layered flowers for layouts, journals or cards or build a 3D flower to embellish boxes, canvases and home décor projects. Card with Layered flower 1. Cut two sizes of 3D flower die from patterned paper. I used a paper with a floral pattern from Grant Studios. The die has one size, so in order to change the flower size cut a smaller piece of paper and positions it with in the center …

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011
Sizzix Blog Hop! Meet the Designers

Wow! What a fun exciting thing is coming your way starting from next week: the Sizzix Fresh Vintage blog hop! A group of 75 designers will share their fabulous creations done with the new Fresh Vintage dies every Tuesday and Thursday starting from Sep 27th for six weeks! All of the designers, including me, are already working on our projects and can’t wait to share them with all of you! If you want to start the fun early, join our linky party and meet all of the designers at Eileen Hull’s blog.Here is a reminder of all the inspiration and creativity we shared on the last Sizzix blog hop: Join the Sizzix Fresh Vintage fun! Einat

Monday, January 3rd, 2011
Top 10

This year was full of creation and inspiration for me. I love all my creations, they were all made with love, but there are always those special ones which are the best of the best. So, to summarize the whole year here are my top 10: 1. Einat’s Wonderland canvasA whimsical, magical canvas full of color and techniques. 2. Paper FlowerA project I made for the first Sizzix blog hop. I had a lot of fun with this die. 3. Lilies cardOne of the cards I made for the Jewish New Year. 4. 4th of JulyA layout I designed for a 4th of July special projects’ eBook. 5. ExploreOne of my favorite layouts of all times, especially because of the photos and the techniques I used in it. 6. DreamsA layout I designed as a guest designer for “scrap that Poetry” blog. 7. White holidayA monochromatic layout, all in white and cream shades. The ultimate proof, that you can design …

Thursday, December 16th, 2010
Sizzix Triple Play Blog Hop, week 7: Christmas Countdown

Hello my friends, we have reached our final week in the blog hop. I’m so sorry it’s over; I had so much fun making all these wonderful projects. Thus week is no different, Eileen Hull designed a bunch of Treat Bag Toppers and we got to play with them! I wanted to create something different and not use them as toppers for a treat bag. Their shape reminded me of those standing calendars you put on your desk, so I decided to design a Christmas countdown calendar. I covered all the larger shapes with paper and colored the smaller shapes with colored pencil. I made small pages counting down to Christmas and attached them to the topper. I added the title to one of the shapes and embellished it. I adhered the shapes to a wire and inserted it through the fold line, securing them on the back with sticky tape. I hope you enjoyed the blog hop as much …

Thursday, December 9th, 2010
Sizzix Triple Play Blog Hop, week 6: YOU Mini Album (Tutorial)

Week 6 of the Blog Hop is here! I can’t believe 6 weeks have already passed and the hop is almost over. I love mini albums, so I was very excited to play around with Brenda Pinnick’s Album, Brackets XL Die. I got paper and canvas pieces which made it even more fun. What made my happy feeling complete was the fact that the idea I had for the mini album solved a problem for me. When I put photos of my kids in my purse they always get lost and if I put them in a mini album it doesn’t stay whole for a long time because of all the stuff I have in the purse. This mini is perfect for that because it has a bag of its own! I took the two large canvas pieces, sewed them together and made a little special bag to put my mini album in. then I made the pages of the …

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