Thursday, December 30, 2010

Donations made into cards


These are some of the cards I made with the donations I got from some happy scrappy ladies and I just wanted to show using the same (very old Creative Memories) paper three different ways. I can't believe I didn't post these earlier. Each card has a border sticker (remember those from CM) separating the patterned paper from the cardstock. The reindeer is a very old die cut from CM. I sent these cards in for Cards for Kids.
First card: Stamp by Close to my Heart AKA-CTMH, ink by Memento, blue cardstock AKA-CS by Sunborn AKA-SB, circle paper by The Paper Co AKA-TPCo. and cut out by Cricut made by Provo Craft AKA-PC. 
The second card: stamp is by Elle's Studio, ink by Ranger, blue CS by SB, embossing folder by Cuttlebug made by PC, stocking stickers are unknown, brads by CTMH, white CS by TPCo.
The third Card: Tag and snow flakes are unknown., stamp by Elle's Studio, ink by Ranger, CS by TPCo, Swiss dot embossing folder and Cuttlebug by PC.

Still all donations from my scrappy friends for the wonderful Cards for Kids drive.
First card: patterned paper by PC, border stickers (again-don't throw them out they can be used or send them to me and I'll use them for a good cause) by Creative Memories AKA-CM, tree sticker by EK Success, stamp by Elle's Studio and ink by Stampin Up
Second card: Patterned Paper is by I want to say Pebbles but am willing to be corrected (it's mine but it is old),  lovely popcorn border stick by CM and ticket by I think EK Success.
Third card: Patterned paper by DCWV, yellow paper by CM, Red paper by SU, green paper by Dollar general, stamp by Elle's Studio and ink by SU, Ribbon garage sale, embossing folder (Swiss Dot) and Cuttlebug by Provo Craft, shape by Spellbinders and eyelets by Making Memories.  

And that's all I have right now. I know these aren't like the greatest cards in the whole world but have you ever worked with like a 6 or 7 year old making cards. It's really eye opening. They don't care if the stamp is perfect or perfectly straight. they ask for all different colors that OMG don't match or flow. I know. They don't design a card based on theory or principle. They see a stamp and a color and stamp it down.
I show them new toys I have like the Cuttlebug and what it does and how to work it. After a few tries they no longer need my help and my craft room is hit in the most wonderful way you can imagine. My 10 year old nephew and I made invites for his birthday party and he had a blast. They aren't the best invites in the world but he made them all by himself. I just supervised and kept him focused.  My point I guess is kids don't really care if it's the newest product or the greatest colored in image with Copic markers they just like getting a card from someone no matter what it looks like or what the trend or latest and greatest is or who is the latest and greatest is right now. I'm Cindy from Sparta, MI and maybe they know me as the sticker lady because I always send stickers inside my cards for them. I'd be good with that:) God Bless!!

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Baby Boy card of yellow and blue

This week's challenge at I Did It Creation Challenge is out with the old and in with the new. We were sponsored by Sylvie's Stamps and I choose to do a new baby card. (of course the newest baby born a few days ago was a girl-go figure my card is for a boy. lol.) But I rather liked this card and then I saw someone else used the same image and I loved hers. So who was it? My little friend Gemma. Her card is adorable. She has so much talent as does the rest of the team so be sure to check out every ones creations today or on We do it all Wednesdays at I Did It Creations.
***Have you heard about our forum-Outlaw Women Scrapbook Emporium Club Forum? It is a total blast and you should definitely try it out. There are two challenges per month for all types of paper crafters (card makers - digital and regular, scrapbookers, altered items, calendars, you name-seriously if you have an idea name it and some one can start a group up for it)  posted on the 1st and the 15th. You must do both challenges to be considered for the monthly prize.
The best part is the more challenges you do the more of a discount you get in the Outlaw Women Scrapbook Emporium. What's that you say? It's a discount scrappy supply store/shop which is for members only and has low discounted prices for it's members.
OK let's re cap
1.) I Did it Creations challenge this week- Out with the old  and in with the new is due in six days and here is my card:
2.) Go to the new forum get registered, approved and then join in on the challenges to get some of your 2011 projects done.
3.) Go get an account at the Outlaw Women Scrapbook Emporium 
spend one some new scrappy supplies

Any Questions? Let me know.


Tuesday, December 21, 2010


I have been busy with Christmas stuff and PT and new meds and crazy side affects and my husband is home (ugh) and on and on. Please forgive me while I take a small break to get life back in order and I will resume posting shortly:)
Happy Holidays.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Wake Up Sleepy Head guy card

UPDATED 6-21-21

This week ANYTHING GOES for our IDIC challenge #34

We have a random draw with every challenge and you
might just be the next winner.

We give a freebie with every challenge also. Just pick one of the
images used by the DT, email Jeanette our DT Coordinator at
IDIC Freebie Request in the subject line
with the name of DT member and she send you the
digi stamp they used in this challenge.

This week our sponsor is Mizumedia Designs
Here is my card

I haven't decided what kind of card this is going to be but I was leaning towards birthday. I could put "It's time for cake and ice cream Birthday boy" on the inside. I don't know. If you have any suggestions I'm very open to hear what you think.

Now be sure to visit the other DT blogs to check out their cards and say hello. All DT links are at the top of my page under the tab design teams.

I kept these links because they have nice examples to look 
Paper Pretties-Boy themed card
Aly's Sunday Challenge-Anything Goes

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Holiday tag

I made this holiday tag not that long ago for a challenge and I can't remember which site/challenge it was for. I have been hanging out with my mom way too much. lol. Don't tell her I said that. hehe So here it is. Both ribbons actual are vintage from dear mothers stash. The cream colored ribbon was still in the packaged marked for 25 cents. I did do an embossed resist technique on both the Santa image and on the tag.
Supplies: Cardstock by Stampin up, The Paper Co and Sunborn; ink by CTMH, Ranger Stampin Up; mist Tattered angels; Stamps by Hero arts and CTMH; Embossing powder by Stampendous; Die cut by Provo Craft -Cricut; Cartridges- Storybook, Plantin Schoolbook, Home Decor; Punch by Creative Memories; Ribbons are unknown.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

I Did It Creations Challenge #33

This week our IDIC challenge is creative folds

We have a random draw with every challenge and you
might just be the next winner.

We give a freebie with every challenge also. Just pick one of the
images used by the DT, email Jeanette our DT Coordinator at
IDIC Freebie Request in the subject line
with the name of DT member and she will send you the
digi stamp they used in this challenge.

This week our sponsor is Stampin Dragon Designs
Here is the card I made for this challenge:

Be sure to check out the other Design Team members cards for a ton of inspiration. Their links are at the top of my page in a page of their own titled Design Teams. Pretty creative title, don't ya think? j/k Have a fab week and I hope you stop by again this week because I'm constantly posting stuff.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

One more of the cheers lady

Updated 6-21-21

This card is for the Bug-a-Boo challenge Anything goes. I had this perfect chipboard sticker that I never knew what I would do with it. Then I found this freebie from Bug-a-Boo and was just tickled. I colored her in to match the chipboard sticker and the card evolved from there. It's cute but I'm not quite sure who I will be sending it to for Christmas. As always, thank you for looking and leaving your kind comments. They really mean the world to me.

Cheers-Bug-a-Boo Style

Updated 6-21-21

I am entering this card into the Bug-a-Boo Anything goes challenge that ends in hours. I really wanted to show this card cause I thought it turned out kinda cute. So thanks for looking.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Peace & Joy Card

It sparkles so much prettier in real life. I hate that the sun goes down so early nowadays. anyway. I did this card for the Tuesday Triggers: All That Glitters at Moxie Fab. I really like the silver and purple color combo and that is why I used silver embossing powder for the polka dots on the gray paper. Both the Gray and light purple paper are sprayed with a mixture of Perfect Pearls and water to give them that extra sparkle. The twine used on the banners is actually silver and glittery made by Inkadinkado.

Supplies: Cardstock by Sunborn; ribbon unknown; fiber by Inkadinkado; embossing powder by Stampendous, stamps by Fawn Lawn, Clear Dollar Stamps, Technique Tuesday, Hero Arts, Stampabilities and Stampin Up; banner by Cricut cartridge Lryical letters; ink Versamark, Ranger and Memento; Perfect Pearls by Ranger.

This card is for the following challenges:
Simon Says-nontraditional Christmas colors
Sweet Stampin Challenge-Make your own Background paper (polka dot paper)
Creative Card Crew-Anything goes
Papertake Weekly-non red and green card
One Stitch at a Time-Old stash- paper is about three years old and ribbon is about 5 years old but all the letter stamps are new and the cartridge to make the banner is new.
Thanks for looking

Moxie Fab Birthday card

I have created a card for the Card Creations: Favorite Occasions Week Birthday Challenge in the Moxie Fab World. I was so inspired by pink tonight I ended up with four pink cards. Well this card, I just love this flower sticker by Me and My Big Ideas-besides the rhinestone the petals sparkle. Behind that flower sticker is white cardstock Spellbinders Nestabilities die Dahlia with inked edges. The polka dot paper is by Making Memories, which I inked the edges with Spun Sugar Distress ink by Ranger and the striped paper I didn't ink. It is however so old I don't remember the manufacturer. It's always good to use up the old stash. It gives you a chance to make room for more. Other supplies: Ink is by Ranger and CTMH, stamps by The Paper Co (border) and Stampin Up (sentiment), and cardbase by The Paper Co. Be sure to check out all the entries and leave them some love. There is some amazing talent there that will inspire you to get off the computer and start creating. Thanks for stopping by.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Friend card

I made this card for a challenge at Paper Variety. The challenge was a tic tac toe board and I chose the three: make a card, with a banner and black, white and red. Thanks for looking.
Supplies: stamps by Maya Road; chipboard and patterned paper by Scenic Route; black label by Making Memories; black paper by Recollections; white cardstock by The Paper Co; ink by Stampin Up; other-eyelets, floss

Hello Card

I made this card for the Moxie Fab week: All Occasions. This is the category for the non category cards like hellos, miss you, encouragement, friendship-that sort of thing. Well mine is a hello card. It's quite plain but I rather like it and I hope you do to:)

Supplies: PP is unknown; cardstock is by Sunborn which is sprayed by Perfect Pearls by Ranger: flower is by K & Company; black paper is by The Paper Co. (I punched the black paper into squares and then used a corner rounder to round two opposite corners to make it in the shape of a leaf); chipboard word Hello is by SEI, ink by Ranger and Stampin UP; cardbase by The Paper Co.
Thanks for looking.

Thank you card

I made this little thank you card for a very nice lady that sent me a wonderful prize package for the Caring Hearts card Drive. My husband and I were in shock by the amount of goodies she sent and I just had to send her a card. I'm also using this card for the Card Creations: Favorite Occasions Week Thank You Challenge in the Moxie Fab World  I've never done anything with Moxie Fab before so I thought I would try. Here's my card. Thanks for stopping by.
Supplies: Lots of scraps so I'll do the best I can- die cut by Sizzix; sticker by Karen Foster; embossing template by Provo Craft; patterned paper by Sunborn, Provo Craft and unknown; cardstock by The Paper Co; SEI, Stampin Up and Sunborn; ink by Ranger.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Sassy Lil Sketches-United Calendar layout

I did this layout using the sketch from Sassy Lil sketches. It is another layout for the 11 calendars that have to be done by Christmas. So to spice things up for me I am using challenges and sketches to make it not so boring. This sketch was perfect for these pictures. Supplies: PP by Creative Memories and unknown; plain blue paper by Hot off the Press; white paper by Sunborn and The Paper  Co; ink by Colorbox, Close to my Heart and Stampin UP; mist by Tattered Angels; stamps by Clear Dollar stamps and letter stamps are unknown; border punch by EK Success. 
Thanks for looking.

Peace and Joy Distressed snowman with Lace Christmas card

This week at I Did It Creations (Challenge #32) our challenge is to create a vintage Christmas card. We are sponsored by Hope Jacare and you can find and purchase those images here. I'm out of my comfort zone for this challenge and am not really sure I have given the category justice, however, I gave it my best shot. Be sure to stop by the other DT gal's blogs to see what they came up with. But for now, here is my card.

Supplies: Crackle Paint by Ranger, Brads by Creative Imaginations, word stickers by Bo Bunny, Digital stamp by Hope Jacare, colored in used Stampin Up Aqua pens; patterned paper by Hot off the press; lace in unknown; chipboard plate by Tim Holtz's; ink by Ranger.

Known of the below are valid as of 6/21/21

So go check out the blog post over at I Did it Creations for some more amazing inspiration from our fabulous DT. You won't be disappointed.

One other thing I wanted to tell you about is the New Discount Club for Scrapbooking and Stamping Supplies Join now it's free! Click Below
Outlaw Women Scrapbook Emporium
a division of I Did It Creations
(you must be a member of the Yahoo Group
above to be given access to the shop)
They have fabulous prices and there is no membership fee involved. They also continue to add things to their shop on a daily basis and will take requests if they are available to them they will get it for you. It's worth looking into. I bought Spellbinders label one for $15. They sell them at Hobby Lobby for 24.99. If you have a few minutes check it out.

Thanks for stopping by.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Imaginisce cards I made

If you missed it yesterday, I sent in my application for the Imaginisce DT call this past weekend. I have a few (3) cards that didn't make my final cut to get sent in. So for fun I thought I would share them here.
This one the purple and white papers weren't Imaginisce so this one was a no. **Technique**On the bigger label I dipped the side of an acrylic block in ink and "stamped it" on the label in rows to give it color and interest. The rows don't have to be perfect because most of it is being covered up anyway. Supplies: Imaginisce unless otherwise indicated; white paper by The Paper Co; purple paper by The Paper Studio; ink by Ranger and Stamp it; die cut by Spellbinder label 1.

This next card is all Imaginisce products except the card base but there are older products in this one. I'm not sure how older products are looked upon in DT calls. Do the people that have the newest lines with all the trimmings where they spent a ton of money, get looked upon with more likeness then those that aren't able to afford the latest and greatest? I don't know. So I didn't send this one in. Supplies: stamp by The Paper Co; ink by Ranger; card base by Recollections.

This last one there wasn't near enough Imaginisce product in it but it will be great for Cards for Kids. Supplies: cardstock unknown; embossing folder by Provo Craft; stamp by The Paper Co; ink by Ranger and Stampin Up; punch by Stampin Up; turquois paper by Print works.

Be sure to check out the Imaginisce blog from now until Christmas for some amazing projects and giveaways. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas over there!!!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Christmas Cards all year Round and other stuff too

A new month brings a new challenge at Christmas Cards all year Round. This months challenge is to include either an image of santa or the word santa somewhere on your card. I have a few examples to show you. As I wrote this post out I realized I used a lot of older supplies. I must be getting ready for the holidays.
*Speaking of holidays, head over to the Imaginisce blog for some fabulous holiday giveaways. Wednesday was the 1st of December so the monthly sketch is up and you need to go blog hopping for your chance at a wonderful prize from Imaginisce. Winner will be announced December 6th so don't delay. Plus they are having something special going on with lots of special giveaways coming up. HEREs the link again for Imaginisce blog. Check back here tomorrow to see some Imaginisce projects that didn't make my cut for their DT call. I've got a handful of fun stuff to show.
**Another side note-Did you hear that Cards for Kids Round 4 has been extended to December 30th. You can send holiday cards in until the 16th of December. Get your cards in today. Warm a child's heart with a special card made just for them by you.
Now on with the cards.
 Supplies: card base and white cardstock (well it use to be white) by The Paper Co; gold and green cardstock along with the burgundy patterned paper and santa sticker are by Creative Memories; Burgundy cardstock unknown; flowers and leaf by Prima; brads old school that my MIL found in her desk; ink by Versamark, Stampin Up (I used a combination of Eggplant Envy/Burgundy/Real red to get the color to match the patterned paper) and Ranger; embossing powder by Stampendous; and spritz of Perfect Pearls by Ranger to glam up the sentiment.

I just love this card. Supplies: Santa paper by DCWV; red cs by Stampin Up; white cs by The Paper Co; Patterned paper by Provo Craft Slab from 2004! (Holy cow! That's old!) fiber is unknown; embossing folder by Provo Craft; stamp by Elle's Studio; inks by Stampin Up and Ranger.

 It is hard to see in the picture but the cream colored paper (that I don't know who makes it) has musical notes on it. It again is an oldie from my stash. It's original size was a 8 1/2 x 11. Haven't done that size in a while. Supplies: Sticker is unknown; hemp by Crafters Square; red paper by MME; silver paper by CM; border punch by SU; diecut by PC and ink by Ranger.

This paper is a little bit newer. Supplies: PP on the right is by Cosmo Cricket and on the left and in the middle is by Making Memories; sticker is unknown; diecut by PC; stamps by Fawn Lawn (love these letter stamps - they are the best), ink by Ranger and Close to my Heart, card base by Halcraft.
I sent this one in for Cards for Kids.

This last one I didn't turn in for DT but I did send it out for Cards for Kids. Supplies: PP by CM; embossing folder by PC; white cs by The Paper Co; card base by Halcraft.

So that's all for today. Come back tomorrow for some Imaginisce projects that I did.
I sent in my application for their DT and I thought it would be fun to show you what didn't make my cut. (or I didn't think it was 75% of their product.) Either way I made a bunch of stuff and would love to show you their great products at work. 

PS. Check out the Imaginisce Blog for the Dec 1st blog hop and sketch for your chance to win a wonderful prize. They are also doing some major prize giveaways due to the holidays so check them out for your chance to win.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Christmas Cards

Welcome to Shannon's Sentiment's Blog Hop. I am Cindy and you should have arrived here from Kapree's blog. Go HERE to the beginning of the hop if you have just stumbled upon this hop. At the end of this post is the special offer for the new release for a limited time only.
I have a bunch of goodies to show today. The first is a wreath digital stamp that I used my aqua pens by Stampin Up to color the image in. They just give it a softer look then the Copic markers and with the bold paper at the bottom of this card I wanted a softer look on top.

Supplies: Card by Halcraft (love them!!); ribbon by Stampin Up; Green paper by Autumn Leaves; white paper by The Paper Co; Hemp by Crafters Square; embossing folder by Provo Craft; ink by Stampin Up and Close to My Heart; Stamp by Elle's Studio.

My next card features a new little technique that I have been playing with. I have these embossing markers. (I think my mom bought them at garage sale.) So I took them and colored them over the white of the mittens. Then I sprinkled white embossing powder on them and heat embossed them. Ta-Da! The only thing is lost the outline of my mitten so I went over that part with a Sharpie. I used the aqua pens on this image.

Supplies: Patterned paper by Bo Bunny; white cardstock by The Paper Co; Embossing folder by Provo craft; fibers unknown; ink by Stampin Up; embossing powder by Stampendous; other-sharpie

So for this third card I used stamp resist technique for the sky, whereby you stamp with Versamark or any embossing ink, sprinkle on embossing powder and heat set with heat gun. After image is set, apply your favorite ink to the image either by placing the stamp pad directly on the image or using some type of medium to get it from the ink pad onto the image. In this case I used a cosmetic wedge. which tends to put ink on unevenly but I wanted uneven for the sky. I then used the embossing marker again (same as above card) and it didn't work as good  but I liked the results. I think because it was a bigger area I didn't ink the paper enough for the embossing powder to hold on to and raise up. I loved the way it looked with this scene-kinda sparkly and bumpy-kinda like snow.

Supplies: Patterned paper by Bo Bunny and Sweet Water Scrapbooks' Card and black and white cardstock by The Paper co; blue cardstock by Sunborn; ink by Versamark and Memento; stamp by Elle's Studio; Embossing powder by Ranger; Scallop die cut by Spellbinders.
That's all I have for today but I will have a challenge on December 4th at Shannon's Sentiments (right HERE). All the images in the above cards can be purchased Here.  
The special will be 20% for the release.  Code SSDEC2Special20 is good until Dec. 8th
Your next stop on the blog hop is to our guest designer Patti.
Thanks for stopping by.

Calendar layout for Sketches in Thyme-sketch #10

This is the last one for the open challenge at Sketches in Thyme. I used sketch #10 for this one.

Supplies:PP by Creative Memories; cardstock by Sunborn and the Paper Co; Stamps by Close to my Heart; ink by Versa mark and Stampin Up
Thanks for looking

Sketches in Thyme-sketch #11

I have two more layouts for Sketches in Thyme open challenge. The first one is from Sketch #11
PP by Creative Memories, Sunborn and unknown; cardstock by Coredinates, Sunborn, The Paper Co,and unknown; stamps by Clear Dollar Stamp Co and unknown; ink by Versamark, Stampin Up and Stamp It; embossing powder by Stampendous; Punches by Stampin Up, Creative Memories and Martha Stewart.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Calendar Layout for Sketches in Thyme

Supplies: PP by Making Memories, Deja views and unknown; stamps by Fawn Lawn and Stampendous; ink by Ranger, Close to my Heart and Memento; Markers by Copic; Flowers by Creative Memories and Prima; dies by Sizzix and Spellbinders; embossing folder by Provo Craft; punches by Creative Memories and McGill Creativity. 

I used sketch #7 for this open sketch challenge. Thanks for stopping by.

Thanks for looking.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Calendar layouts from the birthday girl

Well 20 years ago today I was at a dance convention in Detroit with my mother. Why would I remember such a thing? Because it was my 16th birthday and I was mad that it was on a Sunday and I couldn't go get my license so my mom took me to this convention as a way to make up for it. Like it was her fault or something. lol. So fast forward 20 years and that brings me to today. I need to ask for one thing- my friend is in the hospital and is not doing well. As a birthday "gift" to me could you please say a prayer for her to heal or fight off infection and make a full recovery or for her doctors and/or medical staff to give her the best treatment for her to survive. Or for her to open her eyes and give her husband hope that he so desperately needs. Thank you:)
OK onto scrappy stuff................
This last layout is for a calendar I am making as a Christmas gift. Well actually I am making several calendars so these pictures may show up again later next month with a totally different layout and papers. Supplies: patterned paper by DCWV; cardstock by Sunborn, stamps by Fawn Lawn, Hero Arts and CTMH; punches by Martha Stewart and Fiskars; Die cuts by Cricut for Provo Craft and SpellBinders; ink by Versamark, Ranger and Stampin Up; embossing powder by Stampendous; ribbon by Michael's

This second layout is one I did on Saturday at Sisterhood of scrap for a one hour crop. It turned out ok considering it only took an hour. We had to include ribbon and rubons in our layout and sketch was by Helen. Supplies: cardstock by Sunborn and Scenic Route; ribbon by Stampin Up, chipboard and brad by Colorbok; ink by Ranger and Versamark; Rubons by Imaginisce and American Crafts; tag by Westrim; flower by Prima; stamp by Recollections; embossing powder by Stampendous; patterned paper by MME.

This first layout is for the challenge at American Crafts blog-Inspired by fall. You must use at least two American Craft products in your layout. Supplies by American Crafts: patterned paper, off white paper, burgundy paper, border stamp, letter stamps, ribbon. Other supplies: Leaf stamps by Stampin Up; Ink by Ranger; Ticket die by Tim Holtz; Jute by Lehigh; Hemp by Crafters Square; Orange paper by Creative Memories; Kraft paper is unknown. Sketch used by Jean Marie at Sisterhood of Scrap. I'm also using this LO for the challenge at Lasting memories-layering/3D effects. There are lots of layers of paper and the foam squares under the word "fallin" and under each leaf give the layout a lift.

That's all for now. Happy Monday!

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Run, Run, Run, Gingerbread man Card

Just as fast as you can........I made this card for Cards for kids. I sprayed the die cut with Perfect Pearls by Ranger (love that stuff-very addicting) and you can see the results in the picture below. Supplies: fibers are a recycled item from a gift; patterned along with the  red and green paper are by Making Memories; tag is unknown; rhinestone buttons are by Want 2 Scrap; stamp is by Elle's Studio and ink is by Stampin Up and Ranger
This card qualifies for the following challenges:
Aly's Sunday Challenge- Gingerbread man
Let's Ink it Up- Recycled item
The Shabby Tea room- Pick a cause
Artful Inkables-Punches or die cuts
Thanks for stopping by

I Did It Creations #31 Christmas Card

This week at I Did It Creations the challenge is anything goes. We are sponsored by Lil Diva and you can find her images HERE.

Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Purple and Blue Snowflake card

I'm entering this card into the following challenges:
Simon Says - is snow 
Inktegrity - is Anything goes
Freshly Brewed-Winter/Christmas
Crafty Catz-Christmas
Crafty Sentiment- Christmas
Fab N Funky - Anything Goes
Christmas Stampin - Anything Goes
The Crafty Pad - Snowflakes
Supplies: patterned paper by The Paper Studio, Stickers by Sticko and Creative Memories; Stamps by Elle's Studio and CTMH; ink by CTMH; Perfect pearls by Ranger; eyelet by Eyelet outlet; tag unknown; card base by Halcraft; cardstock and snowflake brad are unknown. Thanks for looking.
Here's a close up:
Thanks for looking.

Friday, November 26, 2010

Let it snow card

So You are probably thinking what's so special about this card? Well all of the pieces to this card, except a few details, were donated to me for the Cards for Kids Drive. I think that is pretty awesome. Ladies from different scrapbook groups/crops have generously donated many diecuts, stickers, papers, etc for me to make cards to donate. Here is a close up of the snowflake.

Other supplies: Perfect pearls and ink by Ranger, brad unknown, stamp by Elle's Studio, cardstock by Sunborn and card base so generously donated by Halcraft.
Thanks for looking.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving

I have a couple of Thanksgiving type cards to show that I better do today since starting tomorrow it will be all about Christmas.  
This first card I am going to use for Crazy 4 Challenges have to have circle on your card. It's a small and only one but it's there. I hope that it qualifies.

This image is from Robyn's Fetish. The first one I colored with Copic markers. I don't really have a large collection of colors yet so I wasn't completely satisfied with the results. So I borrowed Stampin Up markers from a friend and made the second card. I liked that I had more options of colors but didn't care for the markers themselves. I'll just stick to the Copics and what colors I have. 

I'm entering the 2nd card above in at One Stitch at a Time for #40 Any Season or Holiday
I thought I already posted this card but can't seem to locate it on my blog. So if it's a repeat I apologize. I did look. I have no idea where the image came from. I have a bad habit of not documenting the artist when saving the image. I used a brick wall technique which was given as a challenge at My sketch World. Pretty cool effect. I got Pick of the Day with this card.

This card was made using a sketch at My sketch World. It was a very loose interpretation of the sketch.
This card was made from scraps and left overs of a layout. I love that background stamp from Stampin Up. (Canvas-I think it's discontinued) That bottom flower is by Creative Memories and the word Gratitude is a sticker from my stash. I'm trying to use my stuff up. I wish I didn't need to sleep.
Well that's all for now. Tomorrow I will have a Christmas card or for you. I made a bunch for cards for Cards for Kids the last few days. Not sure if I have mentioned this before but I have received a bunch of donations from other scrappers such as leftover paper, die cuts, stickers, flowers, and even brads to use on cards for Cards for Kids. Well the past few days I have been putting them to good use. I think they kids will really like some of these cards. (I know I do)
Happy Thanksgiving!!