Friday, April 30, 2010
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Our challenge today at ODBD was to make a Mother's day card. The sketch layout was by Midnight madness Priscilla's blog. I used the roses from ODBD design's new set, colored with copics, added some glitz by using my new Martha Stewart around the card butterfly punch and her little butterflies to accent. Some bling was added and pretty paper.
Monday, April 26, 2010
It is time for Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge (FTTC64)! It is the end of the month and I"m the guest designer and hostess today. I'm very excited and honored to do this for Flourishes as I love their stamps!! My challenge is vintage styled cards! Everyone sort of has in their own minds what vintage means to them, so without giving you any direction, just create a card that defines a vintage style to you! We would love to see what you create! Also, just wanted to remind everyone that while each FTTC challenge has a weekly winner, we also draw a monthly winner from all of the FTTC for that month. So, if there was a challenge in April you still would like to participate in, there is still a chance to win! You can play as often as you like! Check out FTTC61, FTTC62, and FTTC63! The weekly and monthly winners will be announced next week!
Friday, April 23, 2010
This new set by Flourishes has so many possibilities. I stamped the arbor and masked it, then used the little lattice stamp several times for the background, stamped the bench and basket and colored with copics, airbrushed the grass and used a couple little butterflies from a MS punch.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
This beautiful bouquet is from the new sets over at Flourishes. Our challenge this week was a sketch and I used some new Tim Holtz papers and the bouquet of flowers. Copics to color the image and spray the new prima flower with. Martha Stewart butterfly punch that I added some bling to. Check out the blog over at Flourishes to see the beautiful creations and other new stamp sets.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
I made this birthday card for a friend's birthday yesterday, Our daily bread design stamp and Graphic 45 papers. The pink card is for crafty secrets calendar girl challenge and instead of the calendar I thought of the song I love, I love, I love my calendar girl so I used one of their images on this card. MS around the card punch, the pretty background is a wallpaper sample from Menards, they now have about 5" sq samples that are gorgeous and perfect for the cards. Some flowers and MS butterfly punch finished it off.
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Our challenge over at ODBD was to recycle it, I didn't have a lot to do that with but I reused this bow and my acrylic paint on the butterfly. This is from one of the new mother's day sets and I love this wreath. copics to color it and a silver peel off for the saying.
This months challenge on SCS was to do something vintage, I love vintage but it's hard for me to get this right. This is an image and paper from Graphic 45 with lots of embellishments on it. I love being a Fan Club member and following the dirty dozen gals on SCS, they are amazing and for a mere 25 per year you get to see all their work and participate in the fun.
Thursday, April 15, 2010
This card is for the splitcoast challenge sketch this week. I used a Martha Stewart around the card deco shell punch set, new green at heart basic grey papers and some new prima flowers with Our dialy bread design stamp.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Sunday, April 11, 2010
Our challenge over at Flourishes this week was use images 2" big, I used part of their flower image on this card with a Melissa Frances frame. Image and frame colored with copics and some basic greay paper, spellbinders nestabilities and some embellishments. Quick and easy card this time.
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Our daily bread design blog has a challenge today to do tearing or faux tearing. I made this with their new set for father's day. I used an EK sucess punch to make the top and corners. Copper cross to embellish it. Copper mirro card over the striped paper. I'm also using this for SC275 challenge
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Over on the Flourishes blog our challenge today was to use something we had purchased and not used. I chose this mailbox stamp from them. I colored with copics and used some flower soft to jazz it up a little.