Monday, November 24
Saturday, November 22
Today's card is for the sketch over at Clean and Simple, as well as the theme over at the Paper Plunge I chose to cut Glimmer Paper into tabs to make a present and added a die cut bow and punched berries. Then I used MDS to add some words to a piece of DSP for a clean and simple card! A simple card that is great for class! ~Enjoy!
Wednesday, November 12
Today's card is for a challenge over at Freshly Made. I love that web site but don't seem to have the time to make the challenge all that often. But, today I had some free time after my class last night and the Glimmer Paper was still on my work table and I could not resist playing...just a little bit!
I like the softness of this card....I know that not too far away we will have a day of foggy snow. Do you have days like that? You know when it is still early in the winter season and warm enough to create fog while the snow is on the ground! Well this card reminds me of days like that. Enjoy the rest of your week!
Wednesday, November 5
Hey everyone! I am in Maine this week on vacation but wanted to post what we will be doing when I return home for class next week! We will be making these three cards in Stamp a Stack fashion which means 12 cards in rotating stations! WooHoo! I can't wiat to see my ladies and watch then create these cards. See you soon!
Monday, October 27
Friday, October 24
Thursday, October 23
Anyway, on Tuesday evening I had a class with 8 fabulous ladies and we all made this card. They loved it and I sent them directions in an email while they were here so they would get it when they got home! There are lots of directions out there and different sizes too....So, I took a bunch that I had seen on youtube and I reconfigured them to be as easy as possible for my girls. SUCCESS! And this card fits in a standard sized envi because it begins with a 8 1/2" x 11" piece of card stock instead of 12" x 12". Have a great weekend and I will see you soon!
Wednesday, October 22
Tuesday, October 14
Tuesday, October 7
Happy Tuesday friends! Today's card isn't a card at all it is a tag for a gift I need to give this weekend. Fall is in full color here in New England, and I wanted to bring something earthy and fallish to the"MEET THE NEW NEIGHBORS" get together this weekend. So, I made a tag that will compliment the theme of the package. It is also a good submission for a couple of challenges too! City Crafter wanted to see a project with leaves! This one has used the die to cut out sponged and vellum leaves. Then there is My Time To Craft and they wanted something with DIE CUTS ONLY so maybe this works. I used the new Holiday Home set to create a curvy die cut sentiment, and die cut leaves and tag! They didn't say it couldn't have ribbon, or sponging! ~Enjoy your day see you soon!
Monday, October 6
Hey Stamper friends! Today I have a card that I made for two challenges. The first one is for Paper Plunge which I submitted to last week and actually won in the three top picks! THANK YOU Paper Plunge! Their challenge this time is to use CIRCLES, not my favorite but I used my Kaleidoscope Technique and created a card that looks a little like an abstract rattle to me! The second challenge is for Just Add Ink and Make My Monday for their BABY theme! I also did a poetic license take on the sketch for Freshly Made. Sketches..sort of upside down and askew! ENJOY! ~your weekend and I will see you on Monday!
Tuesday, September 30
Hi stamper friends! I am still doing cards that use the fabulous colors of fall, and today's design lends itself for two challenges. The first is from a favorite go to challenge when I need to be inspired called Tuesday Throwdown and their theme is OPPOSITES ATTRACT which has you using two opposite sides of the color wheel for a fun color challenge!
The other challenge that I tried today is brand new and has some great designers to whet your whistle with some new players! It is called Paper Plunge I loved their blog banner and wish it were summer, but the theme over there was a Fall Card. ~Enjoy your day everyone....see you soon!
Thursday, September 25
Well, everyone, I know this is BEYOND belief but I have had two...yes two Stampin' Up! boxes in my stamp room since July (right after convention) that I had not opened! W-H-A-T you scream!!!!
Yes that's right, of course I had been busy and just not thinking much about stamping so I know yu will give me a little slack there!
Ok so I opened it up and found one of my NEWEST favorite stamp set called HOLIDAY HOME. It is just too much fun. For this card I used it in a spooky night sort of genre. Also did you know that because they are polymer you can continue the tree trunk easily! FUN!!!! ~ see you next time!
Wednesday, September 24
I cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock to 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" and then ran the edge through my Big Shot using the selective embossing technique to emboss only part of the die. I created a border of acorns just by turning the paper from right side to wrong side and upside down. LOVE IT!!!! Then I took another piece of Whisper White card stock and masked the edge with painters tape, but you can use grid paper just as easily and sponged some Daffodil Delight, Cherry Cobbler and Mossy Meadow to create a bright and vibrant background. It pokes out through the front cut out just enough to pop with color! Add a panel for a sentiment attached it to the back panel and voila you have your card!~Enjoy!
selective embossing class