This was a year and a lot of learning, battles and achievements!
New clients, new friendships, new opportunities!
I just have to thank !!! I hope 2017 is a better year!
We all deserve it!
And the last projects of the year were, this beautiful screen I made for Ana Livi...
In November, on the week of my birthday I received some great news! A gift!
I was chosen to join the new team of Canvas Corp Brands! A company that owns three brands: 7 Gypsies, Tattered Angels and Canvas Corp.
I am honored with the invitation and can not wait to work!
And here are the projects I did in the last lessons live!
The first layout was to celebrate the anniversary of the canal, the second was a Steampunk style project and lastly a home decor for Christmas, using an antique piece I had and Magnolia stamps.
I hope you enjoy...
And today I will show the project carried out in the last class live!
I did a lift of an old page, where I made my first experience with plaster!
On this page I also worked with the hand stitching!
I wanted to do this page and see what would be the changes that would m...
And I want to close the month participating in two international challenges!
The first is the blog More Than Words Challenge, a super cool blog and many friends.
The blog is new, and since he started I want to participate and can not, but this month it worked!
And we closed the month of May with more participation in the CSI website - Color Stories Inspiration.
I told this website / forum is full of interesting activities! It is worthwhile to know and participate!
To solve this case was a little easier, perhaps for the beaut...
This May the Uchi's Design will be sponsoring the site CSI - Colors Stories Inspiration.
It's a very cool site with very interesting challenges, like a case and various detectives investigating!
And as a guest detective I did my interpretation of the case # 199.
Today I want to show the tutorial that I made with an A4 layout.
I made this design for the Circle Journal to participate with my friends!
This page has been her friend Carolina Panini.
I am enjoying doing layouts in this A4 size and train new possibilities.