Sunday, March 15, 2020

Snarky Cats

On this special weekend I´ve been in need of a little fun, so I´ve picked my new Snarky Cats stamps and made a few ATCs with them.

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

It´s Wine o´Clock!

It´s been a while since I´ve made a page in my Moleskine journal, but Hollie Haradon´s latest collage sheets inspired me to do some cut and paste again and combine the images with some rubber stamps from Tim Holtz, VivaLasVegaStamps and Makistamps. Cheers!

Monday, March 09, 2020

Dancing in the Moonlight

My friend Beth Todd came out with two lovely new Songbirdy image kits today consisting of men and women, also available as a combo at
I couldn´t resist to let those two have a little dance on the moonlit street (hope they don´t forget their pram when they´re finished!).
And the somehow "holy" look of the lady below led me to my collage "Aunt Mary", a strange raven lady.

Sunday, March 08, 2020

The World is my Oyster

I love to follow a given theme and let my intuition do the rest ... this is how this card for this week´s Sunday Postcard Art challenge themed "Vintage Cars" came together. I knew that I wanted to use the lovely car stamp from Red Lead, then I put together a background from two papers and a map strip. Next I added a lady made from junk mail combined with legs from Holliewood Studios. I decided to use the English quote and the house from Red Lead and added their pencils on the right, then the German quote and the postal stamps. Do you remember that song from Frankie Goes To Hollywood that started with "The World is my Oyster"? My mind really meandered tonight ...
This card is dedicated for my long-time friends at Red Lead - many thanks for years of friendship, ladies!

Sunday, March 01, 2020

See the World

This week´s Sunday Postcard Art challenge asks us to use maps for our 4 x 6 postcard - that´s what I´m doing all the time! So here´s another card using a strip of a map that I´ve found on my desk and collaged with trees from junk mail and a self-dyed background. I´ve added a car brad as well as some rubber stamps from Tim Holtz and Klartext, and now I call my card finished.