Saturday, October 31, 2009

Trick or Treat


Well everyone, Halloween is here and this is my last card for this holiday. I am entering it in to Your Special Delivery Challenge and Stamping For The Weekend Challenge. My image is a freebie from the challenge called Franny and I colored it with my copics. I used my Halloween stacks that have great backgrounds. I found a cute Halloween bag by Jolee's and also flocked spider web lace by We R Memory Keepers to use as embellishments. I also used a little glitter glue for some sparkle and Fiskars zing your things dots for my corners.

Singing In The Rain


Happy Halloween everyone! I have a really cute card for today that will be entered in to a few challenges. Stamp Something Challenge asked for something cute and fuzzy so here it is! Friday Sketchers has a sketch to follow. I found a couple of new sites. Sophisticat Challenge wants us to use the colors pink & brown and also use flowers. The Cuttlebug Challenge theme is "Your Favorite". I love to sing in the rain and the shower... Well I think I covered the themes for all of these challenges. My papers are from K&Co and my images are from Peachy Keen Stamps. I colored my image with copic markers and added some glitter. I used two of my Cuttlebug embossing folders on two of my papers for texture. I made some paper flowers and also used two Prima Flowers. A few pearls, a piece of ribbon, a heart pin and some Dream Girl yarn completed my creation. What do you think?

Friday, October 30, 2009

Snow Globe Fairy


Well, I just finished another card and this one will be entered in Michelle Perkett's Challenge and the La La Land Crafts Challenge. My papers are from various stacks. I used my new snow globe stamp from Peachy Keen Stamps and added an image of a fairy by Michele Perkett. The La la land Challenge said to use ribbon. After coloring my images with copic markers, adding glitter and a sentiment, I made two slits in the base of the snow globe and created a pretty ribbon sculpture. I also added a couple of satin ribbon flower bows and some paper flowers. A few flower rhinestones in the corners completed my creation.

Let It Snow, Let It Snow








Hi everyone. It is Friday and I am looking forward to the weekend. I just finished another creation and this one took some time to complete. I am entering it in Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge. The theme is to create something using a fancy card fold. I used a stamp that I just purchased of a Snow Globe and added an image of Bronte & Bella skating. This was my first pop-up card and I had a lot of fun with it. As my card base I used metallic card stock from DCWV. I used some papers from A Country Christmas stacks. I used my Cuttlebug to cutout and emboss on the front of my card. I added some paper flowers with pearl centers that I made to the front of the card. I used the Let It Snow verse but changed the last word. Take a look to see what I mean. On the inside I finished the verse and created my pop-up. I colored my images with Copic markers and added some glitter glue for sparkle. I made my own icicles using Scribbles 3D paint called glittering crystal and added 2 snowflakes. So, what do you think?

Haunted House




Here is a card that I am entering in The Peachy Keen Challenge. I made this card last week but it fits the theme perfectly. The theme was to use a haunted house, a bat, a ghost and a Halloween saying. I used papers from my Halloween stash. I found a great haunted house image online and colored the background with my copics. I cutout the ghost from my card stock and added a little glitter glue for some highlights. I used foam squares to make my ghost pop off the paper. I used a couple of stick on sentiments, a handmade flower with a stamped spider and a few color contrasting pearls. I think it looks pretty spooky, what about you?

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Tilda Get Well







Hi everyone. I just finished another creation and this one is for The Just Magnolia Challenge and The Color Dare Challenge. Just Magnolia gave us a sketch to follow and Color Dare gave us three colors to use on our creation shown here. My papers are from various stacks and I used a couple of my Cuttlebug embossing folders for texture. My image is Tilda and I chose her because she looks so sweet holding a rose. I used layering with my image and colored her with Copic Markers. Two of my flowers are Prima Flowers and the other is a silk flower with a metal flower embellishment in the center. I used my Martha Stewart Lace Punch and added a little glitter to complete my card.

Celebrate Wine




Hello everyone. Today I have a fun card that I created yesterday. I am entering this in to The Pink Elephant Challenge, Simon Says Challenge and Cute Card Thursday Challenge. The Pink Elephant's theme is black, hardware & distressing. I added some purple and white along with black. Simon Says Challenge is All That Sparkles. Cute Card Thursday's challenge is drinks or cocktail theme. My grape image is from LucyGardens.com and my wine glass is actually a real picture of a glass of wine that I converted to a drawing in Photoshop CS4. I used my Cuttlebug to do some embossing and then I distressed the paper with sandpaper. I added a few paper flowers that I also distressed and added glitter brads, a sentiment and a charm of grapes. To finish my card I added some extra glitter glue for sparkle.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving


Well I have finished another card for today and this one is for "The Crafty Creations Challenge" and "There's Magic In The Air Challenge". The image is a freebie from Nina at There's Magic in The Air and I colored it with my copics. My papers are from different stacks. I used my Cuttlebug embossers to add some texture and made some paper leaves with a little glitter. My flower is from Martha Stewart. I also added a piece of ribbon with some sunflowers on it.

Kiss The Cook




I just finished another card and this one is for A Spoonful of Sugar Challenge. The theme is kitchen cooking so I used my new papers by DCWV called Nan's Kitchen Stack. My image is by Hanglar and I colored it with copic markers. I found the cutest mixer and bowl in my stacks and a couple other kitchen utensils. I used my cuttlebug swiss dot embossing folder on a few of my papers and added some glitter. Paper flowers and a few zing your thingz dots completed my creation.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Winter


Hello again! I have a creation that will make you say Ah!!! This one is for three different challenges.

1. The Cupcake Craft Challenge (Sketch provided)
2. Crafty Catz Challenge (Had to have some buttons or brads or both)
3. Winter Wonderland Challenge (Asked for something that would make you go-ga-ga!)
So here it is... My image is from Michelle Perkett at Enchanted Inspirations and the title is Winter. I used my copic to color my image and I added some glitter for sparkle. I used some of my new papers from DCWV and I added some Prima Flowers along with star buttons and a snowflake brad. I few extra punched stars completed my card.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

You're Purrfect!




Hello again. I have another creation that I am entering in The Friday Sketchers Challenge and The All Sorts Challenge. I followed the sketch from Friday Sketchers and the theme for All Sorts is furry friends. I used an image from Mo's Digital Pencil of a cat named Sinatra. I colored my image with copic markers and then added some yarn. I used new papers from DCWV called Nana's Kitchen. I added some Prima Flowers with a few rhinestones and a sentiment cutout with my Cuttlebug die and embossing folder. I then added a little gold glitter around the edges of my torn paper.

Thanks


Today I am adding a card to be used for two challenges. The first one is The Sketch Saturday Challenge and the second one is The Peachy Keen Challenge. I followed the sketch that Sketch Saturday provided and for the Peachy Keen Challenge they requested that we

***Make a card***Use the colors PINK AND BROWN as the main color scheme.***Use a stamped image (preferably Peachy Keen Stamp - but not required)***Incorporate a piece of ribbon***Use some type of glitter (stickles are fine!)

I don't have any Peachy Keen Stamps just yet but I placed an order for some yesterday. As you see I used pink & brown papers. My image is from Elisabeth Bell and I colored it with copic markers. I used a few Prima Flowers with some pearls and added a bow for the ribbon. A little glitter glue was added for the finishing touch.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Happy Halloween




Hi again everyone. I found two new Challenges. One on Paper Craft Planet and this one is for Michelle's Enchanted Inspirations. This is a new challenge and Michelle, who is so talented, provided a freebie digital image of a fantasy witch. I also found another challenge called Crafty Creations Challenge and they are looking for a Halloween creation. I decided to make a Trick or Treat Bag using Michelle's image. My candy corn bag was found at www.InternetFamilyFun.com . My image was colored with my Copic Markers and glitter glue. I attached it to my bag and added some curling ribbon along with some candy and my creation was done. So what do you think?

Best Wishes




I just finished another creation and this one is for The Colour Create Challenge and The Diecut Dreams Challenge. The theme for Colour Create is white and other colors. The theme for Diecut Dreams is wedded Bliss. I decided to make a card that can be used for a Wedding or just about any other occasion. I used pearl white paper and embossed it with my Cuttlebug embossing folder. I used my heart punch and then embossed them. A little highlighting with my Color Box Chalks, paper and satin flowers, ribbon, glitter and contrasting pearls completed my creation.

Gingerbread House




Hi everyone! I have another creation to add to my challenges and this one is for The Cute Card Thursday Challenge. Their theme is candy corn or anything with candy. I decided that my gingerbread house fits this theme perfectly. My images are from Jan Brett who designs images for children's coloring books and I colored them with my copics. I used white Scribbles 3D paint for the icing on my house. I added a strip of peppermint candies along the side and a candy charm. A sentiment and a couple of paper flowers completed my creation. So what do you think?

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Get Well



Hi everyone. I finished another card last night and this one is for The Simon Says Challenge. The theme is Get Well and it so happens that I was going to make a get well card for a friend. I used one of my Tilda images and colored her with my copic markers. I also used the layering effect on my image. The papers are from K&Company. I gave the paper a different look by tearing and sanding the edges. I added a little gold glitter to my edges and my handmade paper flowers to add sparkle. I used lace on my card this time and a few gems to complete it.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Snow Lady




Hi again everyone. I found a new challenge called Your Special Delivery Challenge and we were given a free sketch of this adorable Snow Lady so here is my entry. I used my Copic Markers to color my image and added a little glitter to it for sparkle. I used my Cuttlebug snowflake embossing folder for the background and I made some paper flowers for my embellishments. I also added a few punched snowflakes using white glitter card stock. A few pearls and a sentiment completed my creation. What do you think?

I Believe









Here is another card for today and this one is for The Pink Elephant Challenge. I used the sketch provided. My image is from Mo's Digital Pencil called Em and I colored her with my Copic Markers. I chose contrasting papers and used my Martha Stewart Lace punch. My flowers are from Martha Stewart and my stitching was not done on my sewing machine but they are rub-ons from K& Company. A piece of ribbon and some pearls completed my card.

Girlfriends




I just completed another card and this one is for A Spoonful of Sugar Challenge and the Color Dare Challenge. I used various papers and a Gorguss Girls image called “Flower Girl” by Suzanne Woolcott . I colored my image with my copic markers and added a little Smooch pearlized accent ink to give my image some pizazz. My paper flowers are handmade by me and I added a little glitter to them. To complete my card I added a sentiment and a butterfly charm.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Hanging Christmas Stockings








Hi everyone again. I just finished another creation and this one is for The Winter Wonderland Challenge and also Mo's Digital Challenge. The theme for Winter Wonderland is Christmas Stocking and for Mo's Challenge it is anything but a card so instead of a card I made a Christmas ornament. I found chipboard in the shape of a Christmas ornament and covered it with papers from K&Company. The image I chose is from Mo's Digital Pencil called Hanging Stockings so I thought this fit the theme. I colored my image on the front of the ornament with my copic markers and cut it out. I added some flocked lace called Christmas Snowflakes by We R Memory Keepers. I also added a Christmas Tree and stocking stickers by Jolee's. On the back of the ornament I used a stamp and added part of the Night Before Christmas story about the stockings. I used two more stickers and a little glitter glue to complete my ornament. This can be hung on a tree or in a window for the Holidays...

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Autumn Colors



Good Morning everyone... Today so far I have a creation that I entered in "There's Magic in the Air Challenge". The image is a freebie from Nina and the challenge is to use the image provided "Harvest Geese" and use pop dots or foam squares to make a 3-D element on your project "pop" and use the theme Fall. My papers are from K&Company. To make my images pop I used foam squares under the cutout pumpkins and two fence sections. I punched out some fall leaves from watercolor paper and colored them with Color Box Chalks. I also use a Cuttlebug embossing folder with swirls to give my leaves some depth. Then I wet them and shaped them a little so they were not flat. I used my Nestabilities die to cutout the frame around my image and added some velvet leaf ribbon from Making Memories. I used sandpaper around my papers and turned over one corner and added a small brad to secure it. I little glitter and my card was complete!

Monday, October 19, 2009

Cherish







Hi everyone. Here is a card that I made for this weeks Sketch Saturday Challenge. We had a sketch to follow. My papers are from Creating Keepsakes called Scrappin Creations. I used a Tilda image and colored them with my copics. The Christmas trees are from Jolee's and I added some glitter and fabric paint to them. I used my Nestabilities Lace Scallop die and a little sandpaper to give it some accent. To give the appearance of ice I cut out a strip of white glitter paper. A piece of ribbon, a few gems and a sentiment completed my creation.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Season's Greetings



Hello everyone... I managed to get one card done today and this one is for The Allsorts Challenge and Diecut Dreams Challenge. The theme for Allsorts is to follow their sketch and use mono chromatic colors. The theme for Diecut Dreams is Winter Wonderland. I chose different shades of aqua. My image is a Hanglar & Stanglar that I received from a friend. I colored my image with Copic Markers and added a little glitter. I used my cuttlebug embossing folder with snowflakes and then I used sandpaper on the raised parts. I cutout a few snowflakes with one of my punches and also used my Martha Stewart lace punch. I added a sentiment and a pewter snowflake to finish my project.