Friday, February 22, 2019

Life Is Good ~ Tag {Mixed Media Tutorial} @ STAMPlorations

Hello creative souls!
Today I wish to share my tutorial of how I created this mixed media tag with combination of just whatever I can grab in my stash. You can too!

For step by step picture tutorial, please head on to STAMPlorations blog.
A little close up shot:
Here is the tag once again.
 I sincerely hope you like this creation of mine inspiring.
Give me a shout out if/when you try my tutorial (smile).
Head over to STAMPloration shop for the products I used. There's more to reach out for.
STAMPGIRLASMAH will give you 20% discount at check out.
Well check it out.
I shall be back again next month with another mixed media tutorial.
Happy creating and enjoy life.

Hugs and smiles,

STAMPlorations Products Used:

Layered Petals Stencil | Luggage Tags Nesting Dies | Life Is Good Phrase Die

Friday, February 15, 2019

Winner ~ Turner Syndrom Blog Hop!

Hi everyone!
I am here To-Get-You My Winner!!

First of all, I want to thank each and every one of you who took the time to drop by my blog and leave wonderful comments. I so appreciate your kind words from the bottom of my heart.

I am giving away a package of My Own Handmade Flower Ribbons, Rosie's Stickers, Wood Designs, Butterflies Buttons and Trims to one lucky person.
And like I mentioned earlier, I shall add more prior to mailing day.

So here's my drum roll...

And from 66 comments I received {thank you once again}, my draw bowl picked


(: Congratulations NANCY :)

Please email me your mailing address at
~Thank You~

Please check if you are a winner in ANY of these prizes that were given away during the blog hop! You may still be a winner even if you didn’t win the prize here on my blog!

Thank you for participating in this amazing awareness Turner Syndrom blog hop.
Have a good day.

Hugs and smiles,

Tuesday, February 05, 2019

Love Forever {Tag} @ STAMPlorations

Hi everyone! I was super thrill yesterday because for the first time ever I came across purple anthurium at the garden center. I used to have dark red years ago but tbey didn't survive. Last December my grand aunt gave me a pot of pink anthurium with lots of babies in it. It was the best gift ever as I get to play with math on counting how many pots I need to buy  for the babies. I end up with six average size pots at the garden center. And gave some babies to my friend. So when we saw the purple one, we jump in the air, lol. The price was too steep unfortunately! 
Guess what we did? We decided to buy one anyway and chose the most with lots of babies in it to split between us by sharing money. That's what friends are for {smile}. Happy campers we are {grin}.

Sharing my TAGplorations creation on this day is this tag made from CUTplorations die.
I used Luggage Tags Nesting Dies and Set of 5 Love Word Dies for my tag creation based on this months theme.
I look forward to see your lovely tags with the swan graphic in your blog post.
I set my eyes on the heart shape admiring the deep colors hence the colors on my tag depicting the heart.

Before I sign off, here's showing a picture from Internet the purple anthurium I now have in my living room since she doesn't like to be under the sun. 
I can't wait for mine to blossom like that in the photo one day. Hope my new found love and tag will inspire you to design your love tag and submit to us before March.

Shop at STAMPlorations for amazing dies and more. StampGirlAsmah will give you discounts.
Till then. Happy creating,

Sunday, February 03, 2019

Believe {Artsy Mini Album} @ STAMPlorations

Sunday is here and how are you all doing? I'm good and excited to revamp my courtyard to make way for edible garden from there right up to my backyard. Gardening is an ongoing process and takes titanic of hard work, buckets of sweats and mountain of patient. Not to mention a hole in the wallet appears after paying for soil and fertilizer especially {grin}.

Today we Mixed Media team at STAMPlorations brings yo
February Mixed Media Challenge.
My fabulous teammates have created amazing designs for your inspirations.
I lighten up a super heavy duty page from a mini album made of toilet rolls.
(I shall share the full picture of the artsy mini album in my upcoming post)
Here are some close-ups:
 I used  Square City ARTplorations stencil to form a pattern on the right edge using nearly hardening left over texture paste in the jar from two years ago. That is why you can see they appear to look sandy. To make it even more realistic with rustic look, I pamper them with heat gun for bubble appearance here and there. I think at that point they look gorgeous already and need no embellishment to adorn their natural look {chuckle}
This page I call my color play over texture paste after given a coat of homemade clear gesso used BOLD SENTIMENTS-Believe stamp stamped down over light image of Framed Solitary Rose stamped down earlier own using brown ink pad. When it's completely dry, I highlight the sentiment with white gel pen.
 Aren't they gorgeous?
That's it! I hope my simple artsy this time will motivate you to create a mixed media project one of these days. If you do, be sure to link it up at Mr. Linky by February 28th you guyz! 
Don't forget to display this graphic below. Without it neither stencil usage in your project won't take you to winner's group. Needing some new stencils and other products from STAMPlorations? Shop here. StampGirlAsmah will give you discount at check out so feel free to use my coupon code.

Until I see you pretty soon. Take care and have a blast day.
Hugs and smiles, 

Friday, February 01, 2019

"It's A Girl Thing" Turner Syndrome Awareness Blog Hop {February 1-7, 2019}

Hello everyone and wishing you a blessing February.
ToGetHer is ToGetYou to join this very meaningful event of Awareness Blog Hop on this day and shall close on the seventh day of February.
With my greatest hope that you will stay with me to the end of my very lengthy post and gain knowledge about this awareness as well as find details on how you can play along and stand a chance to win some amazing prizes.

I'm sharing my first mixed media creation as part of a Blog Hop that STAMPlorations is sponsoring to bring awareness to Turner Syndrome and second creation is clean and simple.

I too have special prize waiting just for YOU!

Turner Syndrome is a genetic disorder where a female is born with only one X chromosome, instead of two, leaving her with life-long medical issues and learning disabilities. This condition occurs one in 2,500 female births worldwide, but is more common among pregnancies that do not survive to full term. That is why Turner Syndrome Females are considered MIRACLES!
Nineteen caring Sponsors and eleven DT Members have partnered with us to bring Turner Syndrome Awareness to the Public. For details on how you might win any of these fabulous prizes, please see Lori's TS home page. Thanks for learning About Turner Syndrome.

My TS related project uses a few colors from the TS official color board:

I decided to create a mixed media art journal based on the color board focusing more on the green and blue shades as close as I can. Blending in the colors altogether with hope to achieve what I want according to the color board and I am pretty sure I did all right {smile}.
Just like the sentiments from STAMPlorations' Its A Girl Thing Kindness stamp set say: Focus on the Good, Find your Purpose and Think Positive will definitely bring success.
What say you? 
Some close-ups:

For my next card creation, I chose exceptionally minimalist concept focusing on the sentiment by its own over TS colors. If you are my regular visitor or probably have seen my style over the years, CAS and me don't synchronize pretty good, lol. I often struggle making CAS design. My problem is I always want to add more and more, layers by layers and that feels complete satisfaction. Nevertheless, this awareness event tells me that I can if I want to and never ever think of what people may say when I do something differently than usual.

So here's my CAS card. Psst, it was huge struggle making this easy peasy card than the mixed media at journal above that took no thinking, just intuitive. Teeheehee. 
I hope you like my creations and hopefully will give you some inspirations and never ever give up doing what you want to do. You MUST lift your head out of the mud and just do it. So keep your head high, keep your chin up, and most importantly, keep smiling, because life is a beautiful thing and there's so much to smile about and there's so much to explore.

Here is the list of designers participating in the Turner Syndrome Blog Hop.
My Prize Offering includes My Own Handmade Flower Ribbons, Rosie's Stickers, Wood Designs, Butterflies Buttons, Trims and will mostly add a few more items before I mail the prize to the lucky one. How cool does that sound? {Smile} 
I shall share MY prize winner on my blog and on the TSA blog on February 15, 2019.

Please help us spread the word about this cause.
Kindly v
isit "It's A Girl Thing" Turner Syndrome Awareness Inaugural Blog Hop
for guidelines on how to be eligible for prizes.

Challenges I'm in:
Creative Artiste : Ch#46 Mixed Media
QKR Stampede : Ch#333 Anything Goes
Catch The Bug : Anything Goes

Thank you very much for dropping by and wish you good day.

Hugs and smiles,