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  • Studio Katia September 2018 Release Blog Hop (CLOSED)

    September 21, 2018
    Studio Katia You're So Sweet. Watercolor Sweet Peas. Card by Svitlana Shayevich

    I’m excited to join this blog hop celebrating the September Release, packed with adorable and cute products. For my card I used the new You’re So Sweet Stamp Set. This set has very beautiful outlined sweet peas images. Sweet peas called me to be watercolored. So I did.

  • Christmas In July | Watercolor Poinsettia

    July 17, 2018
    Watercolor Poinsettia. Stamps from Studio Katia. Card by Svitlana Shayevich.

    Summer got really cruel now. I dislike summer a lot and literally live through it. One thing that makes it easier to survive is Christmas in July. Christmas is my favorite topic in cardmaking (as it is for many of you I believe). Christmas cards in July make me somehow cooler. Also it’s a signal that “real” holiday cardmaking should be started slowly so I have enough cards when it’s time to send them out and don’t stress myself during holiday times.

    Sharing my very first holiday card of this year.

  • Studio Katia | Elegant Mother’s Day Card

    March 21, 2018
    Elegant Mother's Day card with Studio Katia Spring Bouquet. Card by @craftwalks #card #handmadecard #cardmaking #watercolor #mothersday #mothersdaycard

    This week over at Studio Katia we’re sharing feminine/Mother’s day cards. And today I’m sharing a Mother’s Day card featuring recently released the Spring Bouquet Stamp Set. Katia’s floral stamps are amazing and this one is not an exception. So beautiful and dainty.

  • Studio Katia | March 2018 Release Blog Hop

    March 10, 2018
    Studio Katia Japanese Peony. Colored with gouache paint. Card by @craftwalks. #card #cardmaking #studiokatia #gouache #peony

    Studio Katia new release is here. Many wonderful stamps, dies, new embellishments and stencils! Woo-hoo!! We’re celebrating the release with two days of blog hops. Today is day 2 and I’m sharing a card made using new stunning Japanese Peony which I colored with gouache paint.