Friday, January 25, 2013
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Short and very late wonderful Wednesday post for today due to unexpected circumstances. I've used an Elizabeth Bell stamp from OCS called Kaydance.
Take care til next time.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
- Let's Craft and Create - anything goes
- Pin and Tack: Spark Your Creativity
- Favorite things ~ (Copic Markers)
Sunday, January 13, 2013
I had colored this image a very long time ago, but decided that there are actually a lot of people who love the snow and it makes them happy. (I remember being at a very popular Ski Resort on the first snowfall, to wake up to people dancing and singing in the street). My daughter and I joined in until the wee hours of the morning.
The image is "Happy Tilda". I have popped her up and have her stepping out of the frame. The background has been embossed with white snowflakes and sponged with Concord Distress ink, then stamped with a script stamp.
- XPress it Blend Cardstock;
- Copic Markers;
- Magnolia Stamp "Tilda with Skates" **;
- White Embossing Powder;
- SU Snowflake Stamps;**
- Snowflake Border Punch;**
- Script Stamp (Hero Arts)**;
- SU Lovely Lavender C/S;**
- Sakura Glitter Pen;
- Tim Holtz "Concord" distress ink;
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Since this is my first post for the New Year it is only fitting that I wish you all a Very Happy New Year with Good Health and much Prosperity.Today I've chosen to show a couple of Thank You Notes that I made for hostesses over the holiday season. I used Whimsy's "Time Flies" available at the OCS Store.
I used Watermark Stamp Pad and Gold Embossing Powder to stamp the graduated layers of Vanilla cardstock. All pieces were sponged with Frayed Burlap to add further dimension and matted with gold and black. Extra embossed clocks were cut out and popped onto the front of the cards for Dimension.
For the second card I added one more layer, and added a double red organza bow with a black brad for the center.mounted onto a clock popped up with pop dots.
to the "Anything Goes Challenge at One Crazy Stamper" We'll be looking forward to seeing your entries.