Posts Tagged ‘clear stamps’
September 28th, 2011 | 1 Comment
Hi Crafty Friends! Today I’d like to share with you a Birthday card. My brother asked me to make a Birthday card for his friends son. He told me that Paxton loves airplanes. So I went searching through my cartridges and found this little airplane image on Everyday Paper Dolls.
I’m also entering this card into Lawnscaping Challenge #18. The challenge is “Getting Texty”. I just love my Lawn Fawn stamps! Harold’s Abc’s are so easy to use and always looks so awesome! Be sure to head on over to Lawnscaping and check out the newest challenge!
Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me such sweet comments!
September 14th, 2011 | 7 Comments
Hey Crafty Friends! How is everyone? I’m doing great and hope you all are too! I’m excited to announce that Cricut Cardz Challenge has a new home over at Cardz Tv! So be sure to update your bookmarks.
I’m also really excited to share my Design Team card for Challenge #91! The challenge this week is “Things That Go Bump In The Night!” So get ready to make a Halloween card with the spookiest, scariest image you can find. You can use any carts and colors that you’d like.
I love making Halloween cards so I had a lot of fun with this one! I didn’t have any scary images, so I dressed up the pumpkin card from the Wild Card cart with some stamps. I think it turned out pretty creepy! Let me know what you think.
Thank you so much for stopping by today. I can’t wait to see your scary Halloween cards!!!
November 6th, 2010 | 233 Comments
Welcome to Ruthie’s Banner Blog Hop! I know all of you are having a blast and getting inspired this morning. This Hop has so many super talented and creative ladies in it. Thank you to our Hop hostess Ruthie for hosting another fun Hop!
If this is your first time to my blog, I want to say hello and I hope you’ll enjoy your stay. If you have landed here by way of MoMo’s blog you are in the right place. If you get lost along the way or came across this post by chance, please click here to start at the beginning of the Hop.
Ok, let’s get started! I’m very excited to share with you my Christmas 2010 Banner! This is the first banner I have ever made. I really love how this turned out and think it makes a really cute decoration piece. Each banner piece was cut into the shape of a Christmas ornament and hung with gold cord onto gold ribbon. I decided to have each ornament represent a Christmas theme or scene instead of spelling out a word. I thought this was a fun twist on the traditional banner.
Here’s a list of products I used on this project:
The Cricut cartridge Christmas (digital download) was used to cut the Ornament & the House, Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge was used to cut the Christmas tree. Sure-Cuts-A-Lot was used to cut the poinsettia’s and the reindeer. I decorated the ornaments with, Peppermint forest patterned paper, gold bead trim from Joann’s, gold embossing powder, Distress Inks in Fired Brick & Broken China, pigment ink, Martha Stewart snowflake punches, Swiss Dots embossing folder, Scribbles iridescent gold paint, DecoArt Snow Writer, DecoArt Glamour Dust, gems, flock (it’s on the teddy bear), The Greeting Farm, Inkadinkado and Martha Stewart stamps. If I have left anything out or if you have any questions, please let me know. You can also email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you very much for hopping with all of us today! Before I send you onto your next stop, I have some Blog Candy!!! I’d like to giveaway a set of Pearlescent watercolors.
For your chance to win, just leave me a comment telling me which ornament on my banner is your favorite! Winner will be posted on Monday November 8th. As for me, I like something from each of them but I especially love the little animals and snowman all bundled up in the snow.
So now it’s time for you to hop on over to the sweet and talented Sarah! Just click the button below and you’ll be taken to her blog. Thanks again for hoppin’, have a wonderful day!
Go Ducks! Any Oregon Duck fans out there today??
July 29th, 2010 | No Comments
Good evening! Tonights card was made for a challenge over at Paper Cutz! Mary had a great challenge this week to create something with wheels. I knew this was the perfect chance to use my new Imaginisce stamp. I also love note cards so that is what I chose to make.
I stamped the image in Staz-on and then water colored it. Next I added tiny pink bling and stickles to the scooter. Then I popped the scooter off the card base with 1/16 inch pop-dots. The sentiment is from The Paper Company.
Thank you so much for taking a peek at my card.
July 13th, 2010 | 22 Comments
Tonight’s card is a Christmas card! I joined the fun Christmas in July themed challenges over at Cricut Cardz, The Shabby Tea Room #18, Fussy and Fancy #14 and Simple Doodles #21! I had a great time bringing out some Christmas papers and stamps.
I used my Doodle Charms cart, Inkadinkado and Studio g stamps, red glitter and a white gel pen to make this cute Christmas card. The cards measures 4.25 x 5.5. The patterned paper is from the DCWV Flower Shower Stack.
Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my card!
June 14th, 2010 | No Comments
Hello! Tonight’s card was made for my boyfriend’s brother. He had his 8th grade Promotion this evening. We are very proud of him and wish him the best in High School next year!
Since this card was for a guy, I made it simple but added some spark! I think it turned out great! The card measures 4×4. The stars are from the Cricut carts, Accent Essentials and Platin Schoolbook. The sentiment stamp is from Inkadinkado.
I entered this card into the Made by Momo Tuesday Challenge. Check it out for some challenge fun!
Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed my card.
June 4th, 2010 | 8 Comments
Good Morning! Today’s card has been entered into The Shabby Tea Room Challenge #12 and EtsyInspired Challenge #90. The Shabby Tea Room’s challenge was to use a heart as the main focal point of your design. EtsyInspired featured the Esty shop, Sunshyne Silverwear. It has the coolest recycled spoon & washer pendants. Very creative idea! I loved the look of this spoon pendant and drew my inspiration from it.