Thursday, February 22, 2018

Lunch time

Hello friends and visitors!! It's Sarah here today and I am sharing

LUNCH TIME with you.
 You have probably seen her lots if you are a regular visitor to the shop as she is on the header!!

I decided to put together an Easter card.

Adorable right!!?

See you next time!! 


Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Same But Different: Winter Peggy for Sasayaki Glitter (With Video)

It’s been rather cold and snowy here in Southern Finland recently. Which is why it seemed like a good time to share my cards made with the Winter Peggy digi stamp from Sasayaki Glitter. I made a video of the process to share on both my YouTube channel and the Sasayaki Glitter channel.
I started by printing the Winter Peggy digi stamp onto some alcohol marker friendly paper. I printed her out twice. One image was printed onto a card front sized panel for creating a one layer card, and the second was on a smaller panel to be fussy cut.
I then started working on colouring in both images. I used  Spectrum Noir Illustrator markers and Yosoo alcohol markers. I started by colouring her skin, then moved on to her hair. I coloured both images at the same time and using the same colours.
I decided to use blues for Peggy’s scarf, hat and tights. I went with dark brown for the boots to balance the dark brown of her hair. I chose light caramel tones for her coat with a little pink heart, and dark green for her dress. Finally I added some shade and dimension to the bobble on her hat with a light grey marker.
At this point the directions of the two cards diverged. For my one layer card I took The Crafter’s Workshop’s TCW252 Stencil Aspen Trees and used washi tape to hold it in place over my panel, after masking off a hill in the lower portion of the card. I then used my alcohol markers to colour in the stencil.
After removing the stencil I took a gel pen to draw back in some of the finer branches of the design that had got a bit lost in my colouring. I then took my light grey marker and used it to add shade and definition to the snow hill, the trees, and also as a case shadow beneath her feet. I used my blender pen to soften out the grey.
The final step was to add the sentiment. I used Simon Says Stamp Barely Beige Ink to add a sentiment from The Cat’s Pajamas Penguin Christmas into the empty area of the snow.
The design for the second card is almost identical, but with a different approach to get to it. Instead of using masking and stencilling to create a one layer card I used a birch/aspen tree patterned paper to cover my card base. I then added a die cut white hill over the top. I stamped the same sentiment into place on the hill, and adhered the fussy cut Winter Peggy image onto the card.
I really had fun creating these same-but-different cards. It was quite a coincidence that I had a patterned paper that so well matched the stencil to give that same look to the scene. I’m not sure which card I prefer… I do enjoy making one layer cards, but I also like the neatness of the patterned paper card. Which do you like best?


Hi Everyone,

Anet here to share some Sasayaki Glitter Inspiration for this month.  
You can find all Naz's beautiful images at the Sasayaki Glitter Digital Stamps Store.  

I made a card
with Valentine Elly digital stamp
Coloured it with Copic Sketch Markers.

I hope you like my card.  For more information about my card please visit my Blog.

Make sure you go over to Sasayaki Glitter Digital Stamps and take a look at all Naz's fabulous Digital Stamps. You will just love them.

If you are looking for more Sasayaki Glitter Inspiration please visit us on our Pinterest Page.

We would also love for you to join us on our Facebook Page.

Thank you for visiting today and I hope you have a lovely week!


Anet x

Monday, February 19, 2018


Hello Everyone..Chrissy  here today..

I have a cute hippo to share today from the SASAYAKI GLITTER STORE
This is CLOWN HIPPO #74 he is..BUT...when I did the background he sort of blended in with it and the background went blotchy too and I was not I have tried to fix it..
Now that is a bit better although I could have taken it out more, but it is better..

Here are the close up's..

They are a bit better..

I love my die cut bike with lots of white gel pen highlights..

and I like the sentiment stamps with one hanging from the other...

Thanks so much for stopping by..


Sunday, February 18, 2018


Today I am back with a card and a video featuring Reading Time from Sasayaki Glitter.  I love a good book and a cup of coffee, especially on a deary day.

You can find Reading Time image here:

I colored her with Promarkers and Copics before doing the video as I wanted to try something a little different with this video!

I precut all of the dies on my silhouette and used card stock and pattern paper from my stash.  

Copics: Hair: E43, E47, E49
Promarkers: Skin- my go to combo- Coral, Sunkissed pink, Blush, Almond, Baby Pink (cheeks), Flowers in hair, shirt and socks- BG15, B00, BG10, Pants and coffee cup Crimson, Lipstick Red and Carmine.

Check out the cardmaking process video below!

See you soon!

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Sweet Little Hedgies

Happy weekend everyone!  I have a card to share with you today, but I have to admit, I have a very difficult time choosing Sasayaki Glitter images.  The Etsy store is just chalk full of all sorts of wonderful images for any occasion you may want to remember.  I finally decided on this cutie.
Here's my card using the darling Sasayaki Glitter Hedgehogs -

I may just get ahead of the game and use this card for Mother's Day, what do you think?

Thanks so much for taking a peek today.  There's even more Sasayaki Glitter going on on Facebook here and Pinterest here.



Just a reminder that there is still time to play in our February Challenge / A Project for a Loved One.
Our rules are pretty straight forward and as long as you follow them, you will be eligible for the winner's prize of 3 digis of your choice from our Sasayaki Glitter Etsy Store.  We will also have a Top 3 who will each win one digi of their choice from the Sasayaki Glitter Etsy Store!!


  1. Our challenges start on the 3rd of the month and close as the next month's challenge begins. 
  2. In order to claim your prize, please make sure you follow our blog and/or join in our Facebook fan group
  3. Please link up with a NEW creation - no backlinking allowed. Link to the specific post with the project you are entering into the challenge, not to your blog in general.
  4. You must follow the theme of each challenge.
  5. You may use any image you wish.  Although we would love to see an image from Sasayaki Glitter Digital Stamps, it is not required to come play along.  Your creation, however, must include some type of image - digi stamp, clip art, rubber/clear stamp, etc.
  6. You can submit any type of papercraft or altered project, you are not limited to just cards.  In fact, we encourage all types of creative projects :)
  7. Please mention our challenge and link back to us in your challenge post.  
  8. Maximum of 3 entries per challenge, no combined challenges limit.
  9. Entries that do not follow the rules will be deleted.
                  We would love for you to also join our Sasayaki Glitter Digital Stamp Facebook Group  and share your creations made using images from Sasayaki Glitter Stamp on Etsy .We will have contests, games and promotions over there from time to time.

                  Now time for some amazing inspirations from our DT

                  If you are looking for more Sasayaki Glitter Inspiration please visit us on our Pinterest Page.

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