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Monday, 22 May 2017

Insta Tilda by Laurigami



Hello,

I am very pleased to introduce my first project for Swedish House Crafts.

I decided to use "Insta Tilda" to make my card.

I used ink Distress to colorize Tilda.



Some details of the card.


 The Purple Daffodil has been achieved with the die "Daffodil" from Magnolia



I hope you enjoyed this first project.

Thank you for your visiting 

To visit my blog "Mon chat by scrap" ,please click HERE

hugs





Supplies I Used






To visit my blog "Mon chat by scrap" ,please click HERE



Friday, 19 May 2017

Easter mini-album using Pion Design papers | By Anna Sigga
Hi everyone my name is Anna Sigga and I am really excited to share my first DT-project for Swedish House Crafts.


I decided to make a precious little Easter themed mini-album using a selection of Easter themed papers and other pretties.



Pion Design has been one of my favourite paper manufactures for a long time so I knew I wanted to create a an album using the beautiful Easter Greeting s collection.



There are so many images that can be cut to use as embellishment, journaling spots and pocket inserts.



Here is a video where I go through all of the beautiful supplies and a quick tutorial of how I created the base of my mini-album.




Thanks for stopping by today and if you are looking for more inspiration from me you can check out my YouTube channel and of course my blog: Scrappalicious.

Supplies used:

Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Coffee & Macaron Layout | by Olga Direktorenko
Hello, my name is Olga, I have just joined the awesome Swedish House Crafts design team. It has been a great pleasure for me to play with the new supplies of Swedish producers and see what I could do with them.

So the first project I thought of is a layout and instead of using just the paper craft supplies I have also incorporated some real food into it.

So here is the morning coffee served by a card maker! The VIDEO TUTORIAL is included at the end of the post!






Watch the beginning to end video tutorial:



Thank you for visiting and have a wonderful crafty day! And if you are looking for more inspiration you are welcome to visit my YouTube channel and my blog: Building Your World

SUPPLIES I USED:

Monday, 15 May 2017

Masked Tilda Card with Sofiero Papers by Becky


Good morning everyone, Becky with you and I am soooo excited to be here today!

Here is my first creation as part of the amazing design team here at Swedish House Crafts, there are links to everything at the end of the post.

I have masked Willow Branch Tilda on to a bench from an older collection, and I have coloured them with my DI's to match the Sofiero papers from Maja Design perfectly.



I have slightly dampened the flowers off the Sakura Branch die before I scrumpled them up, and let them dry slightly before I opened them back up.



I have used the Doodle Circle Gummiapan die to cut out some co-ordinating DP from the same collection.


I have wrapped the white paper thread around and secured it with a hot glue gun, the alium die cuts have also been fastened on using the white curly flower.


Thank you for popping by, if you click on the thumbnails at the end you will go straight to the item in the shop.


Saturday, 13 May 2017

Arrival of the Design Team Members


Exactly, after many blogs I gone through and long discussion with me and myself, I believe I have chosen some of the finest, some of the newest and some of the extraordinary. A fair chance to different levels and incredible variety that suits every taste. A total number of 18 gorgeous design team members have now joined me to make a big family together.

From Monday and forward, there will be lots of inspirations, advices, tutorials and lots more. It's everything we wish from simple card to most complicated mixed media projects and even projects you never thought about, sure I didn't myself either. The imagination is above the sky.

I invite you to visit their own blogs and you'll know what I mean. You can also read more about them on the their own page on Swedish House Crafts Blog.

Visit their blogs  and see for yourself. Not just that, wait until you see the magic happen here! I assure you it has never been like that before starting this Monday!



So excited and so thrilled the massive work they do and the hours they spend on their work to inspire us, teach us and let us fall in love with all the gorgeous items on market. Specially the Swedish ones though, lol! Here are some of my favourites of their works in a collage.


You can absolutely read more about each the team members on the page Design Team Members and they are always there on the main website whenever you are looking for an inspiration for anything you like to make. This team has experts in various fields, from cards to complicated mixed media projects. 

It's now your turn to tell us what you think!