Friday, December 31, 2010
I'm back!!! It feels so good to get back to making some cards!!! I was busy with Christmas festivities and that bad four letter word...WORK...hehehe! Anyways, I certainly hope you all had a wonderful holiday! We had a great holiday here. When my gravy turns out well, it's a success! It was great family fun with blessed memories. OK, now to my card. I just love the colors of this PDCC#62. I went with a romantic feel. I have to admit I struggled with the top left corner. I kept wanting to add something there. What do you think? I have to learn at times that less is more. Well, thank you for taking a peek and I appreciate any comments. Take care and have a Happy healthy New Year!
Paper: Stampin' Up, Autumn Leaves, Bazzill, K&Company
Brad Gem: Paper Studio
Ribbon: My Stash
Sentiment: Making Memories
Saturday, December 11, 2010
How are all your Christmas preparations going?! Hope your weekend is going well! I managed to get some baking done this morning. I needed a break and thought I'd post this little project I made. It's an easy project(gift) for to have on hand. I got the inspiration from Taylored Expressions. I also bought a little tin for it to fold and go into...too cute! Anyways, may you have a peaceful Merry Christmas! Take care and thanks for taking a peek! I enjoy any and all comments!
Acrylic Album: Taylored Expressions
Paper: Bazzill, BoBunny, Crate Paper
Chipboard: American Crafts
Ribbon: JoAnn Fabric
Monday, December 6, 2010
Just couldn't resist this challenge for Case Study Challenge #17. The inspiration is a card done by Nina Bracket. Isn't that a gorgeous card by Nina?! Well, this is a quick post because I need to scoot to visit with my Mom today. OK...thanks for taking a peek and enjoy your day!
Paper: Kraft, BoBunny, Bazzill
Ribbon: BoBunny, Stampin'Up
Buttons: Stampin'Up, white buttons, my stash
Brads: my stash
Embroidery Floss: JoAnn Fabric
Saturday, December 4, 2010
I couldn't resist this challenge over at The Play Date Cafe. The rich color of red is my favorite! Red just pops when it's against white. I played with my copic markers. I'm still learning with them! I tried to make the poinsettias real by making some squiggly lines with light pink in the center. I just love all the different colors of poinsettias this time of year! Anyways, Merry Christmas from our house to yours! Thanks for taking a peek, and I appreciate any comments! Take care!
Supplies: Stamps: Verve
Twine: Martha Stewart
Copics: R46, R20, Y35
Ink: Stampin' Up, Cherry Cobbler
Hope you are getting a good start to this holiday season! It just rushes by too fast for me! I just love this embossing folder from Stampin' Up along with the stamp and seam binding. Also, I enjoyed making these little ornaments. I'm not sure where the Happy Holiday ribbon is from since a friend gave that to me. I'd make more but, I need to finish Christmas cards and get them out. Oh, how the time just flies by! Anyways, I'm wishing you all Happy Holidays! May you have peace, love, and joy this holiday season...take care!!!
Supplies: Paper: Bazzill, DCWV
Stamp: Stampin' Up, Hero Arts
Emboss Folder: Stampin' Up
Ribbon: Seam binding, Stampin' Up, JoAnn Fabric
Bells: Hobby Lobby
Buttons: JoAnn Fabric
Ink: Distress Ink, Tim Holtz, Stampin'Up
Embroidery Floss: JoAnn Fabric
Flower: Hero Arts