Labelmania, grunge and dirty edges

Today I feed the shabby old grunge corner.
I just had so many ideas, that I could hardly stop myself in creating tags and labels. They are just so handy and my samples went away in no time.
Below you can see how I made the dirty edges with the help of Tim Holtz/Ranger distressed ink pad and the ink blending foam tool, so easy and such a cool effect.

Have fun and have a great Sunday!

fleamarket shabby fabric labels

Natural brown card board printable labels

Natural brown card board printable labels


Shabby grunge labels with angels

Shabby grunge labels with angels

Quick greeting card

Last week I needed a quick greeting card for a new born baby. I used some of my embossing experiments: the basic card, a square element of the same pattern and one of my new grungy paper labels fixed with a pin and decorated with a box and two fluffy balls from the craft shop.

baby shower card

grunge labels paper notes

grunge labels paper notes

Printable papers for crafting, die cutting, card making and mixed media

Last week I’ve been desperately searching for attractive paper/ card stock for die cutting. It was so disappointing. All the big artist supplies shops in our city are closed and the one I found had unpayable prices. So I just got some solid color flat heavy paper and used the (again rainy) weekend for scanning, designing and assembling, digital stamping, embossing and this is what I came up with. Not all sets (8) are uploaded to Etsy yet, but coming within the next days. Papers are 8.5 x 11′ pdfs, just right to be printed. This link leads you to the papers category:

Printable papers

printable papers 8.5 x 11