You can probably tell I am addicted to designing Stationery… yeah.. I just Love it! 🙂
I like mixing colors and patters and just coming up with these (sometimes) crazy designs, and always trying to find new techniques or tools to use. So, if you have any tool, technique, tip or comment for me, I’m all ears!
Also I have to tell you that I really enjoy taking pictures of my designs as well… so I really wanted to share this picture with everyone, my latest “creations” haha
So… I just got my Letterpress from We R Memory Keepers and it’s awesome! I love it! I didn’t know how much fun you can have with a letterpress.
It’s really user friendly and easy to clean, i got it last night and I already run out of paper.
I don’t have the Evolution die cut machine, but I do own a cuttlebug machine and it works perfect with it, I didn’t have any issue.
They also offer the option to costume your own Photopolymer plates so you can letterpress invitations or your own cards, pretty cool.
I highly recommend it, I adore it! If you were thinking on getting it… Do it!
You can see some of my creations with their floral template.
Just a preview of what my shop looks like… check it out FromROtoyou
Working on lots of Designs right now… I will keep updating them as soon as I finish them! I hope you like them, enjoy! 🙂
Love combining patterns into one design… here you can see tow samples of a Happy Birthday card where one is simple and with a little bit of color, and the other it’s bolder in color and pattern.
I like doing opposites sometimes, depending on my mood haha 🙂
Hope you like them!
You can see all my designs at my etsy shop:
I am participating on a challenge called…”For the love of…” http://amazingmoldputty.blogspot.com/
So I decided to share these “Love” cards and called it… “For the love of Love”
You don’t need any special occasion to say someone you love them, it should be a daily reminder right..? So these cards are the perfect example 🙂
I really like the simplicity of this design, all your attention goes to what it matters.. the hearts, and the patterns used on them.
I hope you like them! 🙂