Category Archives: Cherry Arte

Dare to dream

For the Scrap the Boys January 2015 mood board challenge:

Sometimes mums just have to close their eyes and hope for the best do daring things like riding their scooter at the Skate Park!
Using: Kaisercraft card stock and rubon, Cherry Arte Tropics and Boy Story papers, Bella Fusion Paperz, Grant photo frame, mirror card from stash, Cuttlebug diamond plate embossing folder.




For the December 2014 Scrappit challenge: create a Christmas layout without using traditional Christmas colours.
It took a lot of attempts to get this photo of both of us smiling and looking at the camera!
Using: Cherry Arte Midnight Rouge paper, Cre8tiv alphas, Kaisercraft rubon and Portacraft washi tape.



A birthday card for a 9 year old boy. I was going for a mix of tough and fun. I love the diamond plate effect of the embossing on the mirror card and the crackle paint on the alphas. The lime in the background softens the design a little bit.

Using: Cherry Arte Boy Story and Tropics papers; Stampin’ Up card stock; mirror card from stash; Lil Davis Design alphas; Kaisercraft paints; Cuttlebug embossing folder IMG_3784.JPG




For the Anna’s Craft Cupboard February 2014 Sketch Challenge.

In this project I had fun with my corner rounder on some paint sample chips to make petal shapes. Believe it or not, this set of papers was one of the first I ever bought! I got the paint sample chips a while ago without knowing what I was going to use them for. I love the sumptuous oranges and blues and they match these gorgeous Cherry Arte papers perfectly.

Using: Cherry Arte Morocco papers, rub-ons and chipboard; Bazill card stock and Taubmans paint sample chips – in Indian Spice, Orange Relish and Salem Blue!

Hopman Cup


Depicting our trip to the Hopman Cup tennis tournament in Perth in December 2013.

For the Color Me Scrappy February 2014 Design Challenge #55.

Using: Bazill and Stampin’ Up card stock; Amy Tangerine Ready Set Go papers; Cherry Arte Morocco papers; Basic Grey Picadilly papers; Echo Park This and That papers; Color Box ink; Portacraft alphas