Posts Tagged ‘watercolor pencils’

PostDateIcon 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.

Let this little note card say it for you!

A little bling and stickles always make images more fun!

PostDateIcon May 1st, 2010 | No Comments

For this challenge we had to create a project with a critter on it. I made this cute little bunny card with an inkadinkado stamped image.  Thanks for stopping by!

Some Bunny loves you!

PostDateIcon February 4th, 2010 | No Comments

This cute little Valentine card was made using a Valentine $1 stamp from Inkadinkado. The image was stamped on watercolor paper using Staz-On ink and colored with watercolor pencils. Then it was distressed with Fire Brick distress ink. The patterned paper is from K & Company’s Lovely collection. The dark red solid card stock is from Recollections. I edged the right side with Creative Memories scallop scissors. The card base is white Georgia Pacific card stock, distressed with Fire Brick distress ink. Inside sentiment is from Inkadinkado. The hearts are punched out from the Lovely paper collection using the Creative Memories heart punch.

To see a video of this card just click the link after the photos. Thanks so much for stoppin’ by!

Love Isn't Purrrfect

Image, Inkadinkado

Scallop edge, Creative Memories scallop scissor

Distress ink, Fired Brick


Click here to watch my Love Isn’t Purrrfect video over at youtube!

PostDateIcon December 20th, 2009 | No Comments

If your in need of a quick card, here’s 3 that are simple to make.

The Santa card I had seen on a blog and decided to change it just a bit. I added Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel to the belt. Used my Cropadile to punch 3 holes in it. I cut out the belt buckle in gold paper. The Santa is a stamp from Studio g. I colored him with watercolor pencils and matted the image on black cardstock. I just now realize I should of made the white parts of Santa’s outfit and his beard sparkly with iridescent ice. I think that would look really cute.

Yes, more Tree cards. They are just so cute and easy! The Tree cards are cut on the Cricut using Paper Doll Dress Up. I used gems and buttons to decorate them. The star is embossed twice with gold embossing powder. The tree is popped up using pop-dots. The blue cardstock is embossed with the Swiss Dots Cuttlebug folder.

Santa Belt Card

Image is colored with watercolor pencils. Stamp, Studio g.

Belt is embossed with clear UTEE.

Since they were so cute and easy, I made two.

2 Little Christmas Trees

Decorating the trees with gems & buttons is not only cute its afforadable too.

Hope you enjoyed these cards. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Happy Holidays.

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