Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Let's Celebrate

Here's a card I made for my coworker. She's getting married soon, so I was asked to make the Bachelorette Party Invite, in wedding form. I love how wedding like it came out.

Neenah Solar White Cardstock
Bazzil Heavy Cardstock
Wedding Bliss Embossing Folder
Mama Elephant Some Bunny Stamp set
Big Shot
Paper Flowers
Lawn Fawn Twine
Brads from Michaels Brand
Wink of Stella Clear Glitter Brush Pen Signo White Gel Pen
3-D Clear foam tape 

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Balloon Friends

Here are the September Babies cards I made for my coworkers. I had fun creating simple cards, next time I will make a second panel.

Simon Says Stamp Audrey Blue Cardstock
Simon Says Stamp Panel Die
Mama Elephant U and Away Stamp set
Mama Elephant Creative Cuts Coordinating die
Copic Markers
Mama Elephant ink for stars :pacific blue, lemongrass, and violet
Watermark Ink
Ez clear 3D tape
Pretty Pink Posh Sequins 

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Happy Birthday Bows

Here's a card I made for my coworker. As a makeup artist, we like things bright and full of colors, so I made some distress rainbows. I used watermark ink, so the black ink would take nicely to Watercolor Paper and not smear. 

Simon Says Stamp Lavender Cardstock 
Tim Holtz Watercolor Paper 
Mama Elephant Make a Wish Stamp
Mama Elephant Party Kit Stamp Set
Distress Ink in
 peacock feathers 
spun sugar 
Pickled Raspberry
Shabby Shutters
Salty Ocean
Squeezed Lemonade 
Signo White Gel Pen
Versamark Ink in Black
Embossing Buddy
Tim Holtz Embossing Ink 
American Crafts Embossing white powder

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Colors of the Wind Baby

Here's the matching card to go along with the Crochet Pochantas inspired baby set I did in previous post.
I used Sunday Stroll to add flying leaves and hearts.

Tim Holtz Watercolor Paper
Simon Says Stamp Navy Blue Cardstock
Kuretake /Zig watercolors
Watercolor Brush
Watercolor Pen
Mama Elephant Just Hatched Stamp set
Mama Elephant Sunday Stroll Stamp set
Pretty Pink Posh Sequins
Matte Medium 

Monday, September 12, 2016

HandmadeQT: Pocahontas Baby Set

I've been waiting to post this picture for a long time. I made this baby set as a diaper cover bottom and top as one. Off the shoulder top. I made this pattern using own stitch. There's a button hole made unto the back of them  dress and the strap connect to it. For sandals, I used a patten variation from Youtube.

I used a double and half double crochet. I did the middle of the body with half double and single crochet. I did the shell looking stitch with puff clusters pattern I've made in the past (for pattern please check past posts) I did top and strap with double crochet. Lastly, I used a shell stitch on front post to get to dangle off like in Pochantas.

Red Heart Yarn in Tan
Red Heart Yarn in Brown
Red Heart Yarn in Teal
Simply Caron in White
Yarn Scissors
Yarn Needle 

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Smile! It's your birthday!

I love summer birthday cards, I like using hot pinks and neon orange colors. This card was made for my sister in law's birthday.

Simon Says Stamp Bright Pink Cardstock
Neenah Solar White Cardstock
Lawn Fawn It's your birthday stamp set
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Copic Markers
Tim Holtz Rock Candy Stickles
Pretty  Pink Posh Sequins

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Lazy Pork Wontons

Traditional  wontons are made using s pinch/pleat method. I decided to simply triangle fold and then fry. 

Supplies :
1 lb of ground pork 
1 pack of square wonton wrappers 
1/4c of water in a bowl
3 garlic cloves minced
2 green onions, minced
1/2 c soy sauce low sodium
2 TBSP of oyster sauce
2 TBSP sesame seed oil
1 TBSP of hoisin sauce 
1 TBSP of sugar 
1 TBSP of sriracha 
Oil for Frying + 2 TBSP

1. In a bowl,  add meat, make a well. mix all sauces, except water. 

2. In a Frying pan fry shallots and garlic until it becomes fragant. Then transfer into bowl.

3. You must mix all liquids with meat. Cover with plastic wrap. Let marinate for at least 2 hours. (I left mine for 5 hours)

4.  Take pork mix and place in the center of wrapper. Add water on top side and width side of wrapper, fold over to Form a triagle. Press meat mixture to flatten wonton.

5. On med-high hot oil, fry wontonuntil it's golden brown. Place on paper bag to absorb oil. Serve with some hoisin sauce + sriracha mixture.