I am showcasing my own stamp. This is "Best Birds" from Stamin' Up. I just won them from Andrea at Savvy Handmade Cards. She is wonderful! Stop by and give her some love.
After stamping these I colored them with Copics and added Glastique. I cut the heart and embossed with hearts then distressed it. I used some digi paper covered in birds. I added some distressed roses, ribbon and pearls.
Please stop by the LTSCB and check out all the other DT projects. I hope to see you in the challenge.
On my last card I accidentally cut my papers on the wrong angle and reversed the sketch so I thought I would do another. Since my stamp includes the sentiment I have added a ribbon with flowers and a button.
Today I'm using Spring Special Thanks (G364). I've colored it with Copics. The sentiment is outlined with Stickles and the flowers have Glastique on them.
I can't believe we are already in February. One month down in this year now. Where does the time go! I hope your year is going wonderfully. I have had my daughter home from college for a bit. She's got a strange schedule and doesn't go back till spring.
I do hope you will stop by Great Impressions and check out the other DT inspirations and join in on the challenge!
I've colored this with my Copics and topped it off with some Glastique and Stickles. The design papers I am using are so perfect for this. I just won a candy from Andrea and she was so nice to put these papers in with the stamp I won.
As you can see I flipped the sketch. I went to cut the papers and cut the wrong way so I made due since I only had a small sheet of these. So if you want to it is OK to do this when you enter in the challenge.
Good morning! I have another card for you today. This I made for a little boy who is turning 10 in May. He is one half of the twins I nanny. The other half is a little girl. I will have her card another day.
August loves sea turtles. When I saw this stamp I just knew it was for him. This is Sea Turtles (G335) from Great Impressions. I have colored them with Copics and added Glastique. I also popped up the larger turtle on the already popped up image. I thought I would do a whole ocean thing so I added some water themed embossing folders and some leaves to be the plants on the ocean floor. The sentiment I made.
We have a new challenge starting in a couple of days at Great Impressions. I do hope you will join us.
Has it been two weeks already? I guess so because we have started a new challenge at Crafting When We Can. Our new challenge is "Spots and/or Stripes". We are being sponsored by Sasayaki Glitter.
I received this lovely image called "Butterfly Garden". Butterflies are my favorite! I love to add them whenever I can so with this image I get a lot of them. The image comes with a few more butterflies around her but doing a fussy cut I couldn't get them in.
Please pop over to CWWC and check out all the other wonderful creations done by the design team. Hope to see you in the challenge!
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My card today was made especially for my sister's Christmas card. The image I chose is Harley Claus and comes from Dr. Digi's House of Stamps. When I saw this image I new it would be perfect. She absolutely loves Santa Claus, motorcycles and penguins so I got out some penguin paper to go with it.
Well she absolutely loved it! I'm so happy about that. It's not often I can find something she really loves.
Well that's it for today. Please pop over to the LTSCB and join in the challenge. You still have a couple weeks left to play.
This is the first time I have used an image from Moon Flower. They are a new sponsor and I have to say these images are so beautiful! The image I have used is "In The Meadow". There are a lot of intricate details in the image that I am not sure I was able to showcase properly. I hope the picture shows her properly to you.
This is also the first time I have used Liquid Pearls. I bought them recently but haven't used them yet. I'm glad I found an image for them. The DP is from Ken Oliver. I got these back in May but more enjoyed looking at them for a time then using them. Hoarding them? maybe. But I'm willing to share them now.
I do wish you will stop over at CWWC and join us in the challenge. Don't forget to leave the DT some love. We all love to hear from you.
I get to make my first post on the Great Impressions Challenge Blog today! I am working with some very talented ladies! While my card does not fit the challenge for this month I am here to remind you about our challenge. I do hope you will pop over and check it out.
This card was made for a very special niece of mine. With her fave colors being pink and black, I had to make the card that way for her. She is also a master cupcake maker. When I saw the Elegant Cupcake (D413) and Someone Like You (H257) stamps I had to use them for her. I hope she likes it.
Please pop over to the GI challenge and join us this month. The prize is so adorable!
Thanks so much for visiting me and have a blessed day!
This lovely image is called "Flutterby" from Sheep Ski Designs. I so love butterflies! I am so happy with how it turned out. I wanted to try this technique and finally found the image to do it.
This box I saw on a blog recently and just had to make one. The inspiration came from Carol at Crafty-Stamper. She made three beautiful Christmas boxes. I asked her for where she found the template and she said it came from Dawn Griffith and sent me a link. I included it below.
Please pop on over to the LTSCB and check out all the wonderful projects the DT have created for your inspiration. I hope you join us in the challenge!
We have a wonderful new challenge starting today at Crafting When We Can. Our challenge will be "Christmas"! Easy peasy right! With all the Christmas cards being made this time of year this challenge should be no trouble at all.
This image came with the paper I used. It was such a lovely scene I had to put it on the card. I added Stickles to all the snow. Because the paper is only attached on the edges and not in the center, the Stickles raised the trees up a bit to give them lots of dimension.
Don't forget to stop by the LTSCB and check out the other DT creations and prizes. Hope to see you in the challenge!