Tag Archives: leaves

Saying “goodbye” once again

13 Apr


Another card for a leaving coworker. The picture’s quality is not the best, but the “We will miss you” in the middle square was quite visible on the card.

Not much story behind it, though it was made in a slightly different way than I usually make my cards. After each card there are scraps and leftovers, and also some elements that I decided not to use for some reason. I never throw them away, and whenever I’m in need of inspiration, I look through the box. And this is what I did this time – I found a bit that gave me an idea for the whole card.


Autumn Sentiments

10 Nov

Coming back to autumn themes, as I was asked to make a card with no text. I really like the gold and brown colour mixture, and I also find it universal enough to serve multiple purposes.

More “Goodbye and Good Luck” cards

3 Nov










Catching up after a short holiday, I added two more Goodbye cards to the gallery. The “Good Luck” one was made for a female, whereas “Sad to See You Go” was gifted to a male, so no flowers and pinks there!

Feel free to view whole “Good Luck and Goodbye” gallery.

Book of Autumn

1 Oct

Autumn is perfect for reading a book, with its chilly, dark evenings, when all you want is a sofa, some tea and a book to read. This could be a perfect birthday card for a bookworm, of course to be given along with a book (or a giftcard to the local bookstore – you never know which book to get, those bookworms seem to have all of them already).

Following my mood for brown colour, this time I wanted to give the card an old book feel.

Card available.

In the forest

29 Jun

A combination of paterned papers, matching brad and sime punched out leaves. Pink provides nice contrast to overall green, so does little silver frame around it (click the picture to enlarge image and see yourself 😉 ).

Card not available anymore.


26 Jun









Two cards made with ready cut-out leaves (and few punched out ones too), layered and enhanced with patterned papers and adhesive stones. The second one has a lot of space to put some writing (“Happy Birthday” or “Get well soon” or anything you want) on it.

The one on the right hand side still available, priced 3 euro.