So I have a fun card today! I found an old card inspiration book called Get Real Greetings. I loved this book because it had some sassy sentiments in it. It’s pretty old (2005) and so the designs are a bit dated, but I totally wanted to use it with some newer stamps and such.
I created a card for the Wonderful Wednesday Challenge at Kraftin Kimmie Stamps. I have a lot of the KKS but never use them enough so I’m going to try and do a few different cards with them!
For today’s card I used Sophia.:) I colored her with my copics and used some paper from the Stampin Up Print Poetry Designer Paper. I’ve had it for a bit but I don’t know that I’ve ever used it before now!
I added some rick rack from Michaels and then a few sequins & dots from my stash. The sentiment is from the book and I just wrote it out on the computer. I hope you like it!
Also entered into these challenges:
Shopping our Stash: Luck of the Irish (predominately green)
Crafty Cardmaker: For a special woman
Simply Papercraft: Anything Goes
Crafty Creations: Anything Goes (and a DT call)
Inspiration Destination: Anything Goes
Sisterhood of Crafters: Celebrating Women
Green is my favorite color so I love ST. Patrick’s Day. However, I don’t have a lot of supplies for the day so I don’t make a lot of cards.
I did give it a shot with some old stuff I had in my holiday box. The paper is from Reminisce and some Imagination Project from 2005. I don’t even think they are around anymore.
The image is a freebie that I got from Miss Kate Cuttables called Happy Pot O Gold 🙂 I just did a flatten in my design space. The ribbon is just from Michaels and the stamp is from Stampin Up (Greatest Greetings)
I created this for the Paper Play Sketches challenge this week.
A simple card. That is what I have for you today to go with our new challenge at Use Your Stuff this week. Our theme is ‘DOILY’. Incorporate a doily somewhere on your project, it can be an actual doily, a stencil, a stamp etc. I have only 1 doily stamp and I really do love it because it is so versatile. I needed to make a simple nondescript card that I could write a quick note in and mail off to a friend, so it also cannot be too bulky to mail.
I decided to do a bit of resist embossing. Simple but some nice texture. I stamped the image in my Versamark and then went over it with white embossing powder. I added some Tim Holtz Distress Ink in peeled paint and shabby shutters. To finish it off I just added some ribbon and a couple of flowers.
We hope you will play along with us this week on the blog and we can’t wait to see what you come up with.
It’s all about the green this week at Creative Corner Challenges. It’s my month to host and with St. Patrick’s Day coming up my challenge this week is Go Green. You have to have something green on your project. An easy challenge to be sure, so I hope many people sign up. I’m even offering a little prize this week.
Here’s my card for this week’s challenge.
Surprisingly, with St. Pat’s being one of my favorite holidays (purely for the green factor) I don’t have a lot of St. Pat’s stuff. I had green paper but nothing to go with it. I printed off this image from Bugaboo Stamps as it was offered as a freebie although now I think it is for purchase in the store, thank goodness and the shamrock i cut out using my Cricut. This is a really simple and flat card because it’s doing double duty. Not only is it for this challenge but I need to mail it out for a St. Patrick’s day swap on Swap-bot.com. The paper was all from my stash and I colored the image with my copics. I hope you enjoy it and please stop by the blog and play with us this week.
Entered into these challenges:
Craft Us Crazy: anything goes
Bugaboo: Anything Goes
Lady Anne challenges: use a stamp (ink or digital)
Inkspirational Challenges: Shades of Green
Inky Impressions: St. Patrick’s Day or shades of green
Really Reasonable Ribbon: Show me the Green & Ribbon
Crafty Creations: Green
Papertake Weekly: anything goes
Hiding in my craftroom: Green (and a DT call)
QKR Stampede; Go Green
Wags & Whiskers: Green
Sweet & Sassy: Green
Digi Haven: Green
Clear it Out Challenges: St. Patrick’s Day using up your stashed Green supplies
Scrappy Frogs: Luck of the Irish
Hey everyone! Here is my card for this week’s inspiration post at Digital Delights. Meet Eddie the Elf!
He is such a cute little Christmas image that you can find in the store here and comes in both colored and b&w.
This is my Christmas card for you this week.
The DP is some left over Echo Park and Basic Grey that I had used for some other projects. I colored him with my copics and then added some stickles for some shiny fun. The swirly diecut is from sizzix and the bling and brads are from my stash. I colored the die cut with Eddie using some chalk. The sentiment is one from the store called Circular Merry Christmas I hope you like him and please stop by the blog to see the rest of the great inspiration for you this week.
entered into these challenges:
ABC Christmas challenge: U is for up to you aka anything goes Christmas
Just Keep on Creating: anything goes
Happy Tuesday everyone! It was Thanksgiving over here in Canada on Monday so it was a busy weekend for my family as I had 2 dinners to attend as well as my youngest brother’s wedding on Saturday. This whole weekend seems like a big party! LOL
For many of us, autumn is well and truly here. So, we have a great challenge for you at Use it Tuesday this week. We are falling into fall and would love to see your Fall Creations! It can be anything that fall inspires you with, the rich colors, the celebrations, the activities….all we ask is that you use your hoarded supplies to create with and let us know what they are when you post.
Here is my card for you today.
I’m sure you recognize the paper from another card I did. This MME paper is great for fall projects, lots of rich colors. I used some more of the American Crafts pumpkin ribbon. The leaves were cut out using my little leaf punches and then the pumpkins and gate were from a die cut swap I did ages ago. The sentiment is from a Stampin up set that has a matching punch. I’ve used the punch before but not the stamp set so really loving paring the two together.
I just love the autumn feel of this card! 🙂
Please stop by the blog to see the rest of the inspiration the girls have for you this week and to enter our challenge! We can’t wait to see what you create!
Entered into these challenges:
Fashionable Stamping challenges: Shades of Autumn/Fall
Joanna Sheen Challenges: Down in the garden (pumpkins are found there ;))
Scrappy Frogs: Fall/Halloween
CraftyMess Challenge blog: anything goes
My Sheri Crafts: It’s picking time (use pumpkins or apples)