According to International Flair designer Einat Kessler, Steampunk is basically a genre in art that combines Victorian age machines and mechanical parts with fantasy, science fiction and more to create art. The results are spectacular! Einat used clock parts, springs, and metal parts to create this steampunk journal. Visit her blog for a closer look.
Looking for handmade home decor ideas? International Flair designer, Baerbel Born has a simple, but beautiful way to add some flair to your home…etched glass. Stop by her blog for the easy to follow instructions.
Wheeeeee! Paper pinwheels! These fun, festive pinwheels by International Flair designer, Yana Smakula, make you want to throw a party! You could also use them to brighten up a room in your home like Yana did. Visit her blog for step by step instructions.
Doesn’t this whimsical card take you to a land far away? International flair designer, Sharon Douglass made this card using a variety of Spellbinders’ dies like the tea cup. Check out her blog for inspiration and instructions.
It seems the possibilities for what you can create with a little paper and a little imagination are endless!! International flair designer, Elizabeta Kushner had the brilliant idea to create paper curtains for her home. Visit Elizabeta’s blog for inspiration and instructions for creating your own.
Who couldn’t use a little burst of spring right now? These lovely trees by International Flair designer Trina Mc Clune will bring some cheer to your spring decor or party. Head over to Trina’s blog and she’ll share the free spirited die behind these trees.
International Flair designer, Bridget Larsen, created this sweet baby rattle card to accent her gift giving for friends and family. Check out Bridget’s blog for instructions for creating your own card to welcome a new baby.
The legend of dream catchers is that they were used by mothers and grandmothers to filter their children’s bad dreams and only leave good ones. International Flair designer Teresa Abajo designed this vibrant card which is a gift within itself for a friend. Visit Teresa’s blog for inspiration for creating a whimsical card design of your own.
Journaling has long been one of the practices that allows us to capture our thoughts and ideas from year to year. To keep herself inspired in the new year, International Flair designer, Astrid McClean, adds some flair to a plain journal cover with die cut paper, paint and other mixed media materials. Visit Astrid’s blog for instructions.
Talk about card design with a *WOW* factor! According to International Flair designer, Cathy Andronicou, this gorgeous flip card design is easier than it looks. Visit Cathy’s blog for for the video tutorial.