Monday, June 17, 2013 0 comments


This card was made as a gift for my colleague who decided to continue his career outside our factory.

Bikes are his true passion. Always were. Now he has a bike shop or something like that.

I hope his new business will be a success. Though he will be missed here....

The main image for the card is a bicycle coloring page I've found online. 

Take care,

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 0 comments

Keep on shining!

The card below is made for one brave girl - Maddy. You can check her story on Simon Says Stamp blog.
This is the second card drive for her and I was participating in the previous one too.

I've made this card using my brand new stamp from Agateria. Isn't the girl adorable?
Patterned papers come form Dovecraft Tea House 6x6 paper pad.
And the layout for this one is a sketch no 72 from Deconstructing Jen.

Now, beside just making and sending a card I wanted to add something special. I've came up with the idea to gather as much signatures as I can from people from my work. And guess what....? I needed to add another A4 piece of paper so many of my colleagues wanted to sign. They were all touched by Maddy's story.

I've sent the card today. Hope it reaches you soon, sweet Maddy. KEEP ON SHINING!

Monday, June 10, 2013 0 comments

Hospital can bring something good too

Some time ago I've spent several days at the hospital.
It was my first time. To tell the truth I was scared as hell and almost cried when I've found out I had to stay not for one or two days but for six.

Fortunately I've met there someone who made this whole hospital stay quite pleasant.
In the same room as me was this remarkable girl. Chatty, happy, optimistic. Don't think I've ever met anyone like her.
Always smiling. Always finding words to cheer others up.

She had to stay at the hospital longer than I did. And she's getting back there tomorrow.

This time I wanted to cheer her up. I've made this cute card especially for her.

I've chose to go with colors and patterns as colorful, bright and cheerful as she is. These came from Simple Stories Fabulous 6x6 paper pad.
For the main image I've used a small Me too you stamp ('cos I know she loves these grey teddies).
The 'get well soon' sentiment was stamped with Prima Marketing Sunrise Sunset stamp set.

I really hope she'll like this and she will recover very soon.