Thursday, December 29, 2011

Inspire Cameo Card

I'm back today to share a card I made for this week's Mojo Monday Sketch and Colour Q Challenge.
I chose yellow for the accent color because it's not a color I use regularly,but I just bought Teresa Collins' new Carolina Breeze paper pad and I couldn't resist using it!

Supplies-
card stock- Georgia Pacific, Recollections
patterned papers- Teresa Collins
stamp- Inkadinkado
pearls-Recollections (colored with Copic markers to match)
seam binding ribbon- Hug Snug (also custom colored with Copic markers)
white flower-Petaloo
die cuts-Spellbinders-Labels Ten,Classic Ovals
             EK Success-scalloped edge punch
doily- Wilton

Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate your visit!

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Time To Celebrate Card

Hi guys! I hope your Christmas was merry and Santa was good to you! Here is my entry into this week's Shabby Tea Room Challenge.
 I love how this card turned out!!The patterned papers are all from October Afternoon Sidewalks collection.
The flower is made from felt: a tutorial is here. They are totally fast and easy to make!
 Here's the inspiration picture:
Supplies:
card stock-Bazzill
patterned paper-October Afternoon (Sidewalks)
stamp- Stampin-Scrappin
die cuts-Spellbinders (Fancy Tags and Scalloped Rectangles,Leaves)
              Taylored Expressions- scalloped border
twine-Doodlebug Designs
button-Paper Trey Ink
lace and pom pom fringe-Melissa Frances
felt for flower-Michaels


Thanks for visiting!


Friday, December 23, 2011

Christmas Wishes And Card Roundup

Good morning! I just wanted to tell everyone that I hope you have a very wonderful Christmas! Thanks to all who read my blog and leave such sweet comments: I could not do it without you. I look forward to a wonderful 2012 and am excited to see where our card making takes us!

Here are a few Christmas cards that I made this year,but haven't shared yet. I hope you like them!

Warm wishes!

Monday, December 19, 2011

Greetings Of The Season

So I decided to take the day off today and play in my craft room instead of work. I hope I don't make Santa's naughty list! This card is about as clean and simple as my personal style allows! I combined two challenges today, The Shabby Tea Room and Mojo Monday.

Here is the sketch and inspiration picture:




Supplies:
Card stock- Recollections, Bazzil
Patterned papers-Teresa Collins,My Mind's Eye
Stamps- Anna Griffin-Tim Holtz
Dies- Scalloped border- Taylored Expressions ,Labels Eight from Spellbinders
Snowflake charm-Tim Holtz
Seam binding-my stash
Flower- Recollections

Thanks for visiting today!

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Vintage Girl Christmas Card

Hi everyone! I'm on a card making roll this week getting ready for Christmas! Here is my entry into this week'sCard Patterns Sketch Challenge and The Ribbon Reel Challenge.
Here's the sketch and inspiration picture:




Supplies-

Card stock-Recollections
patterned paper-Melissa Frances,K and Company,My Mind's Eye
stamp,pearls-Recollections
Doily-Wilton
pom pom fringe- Melissa Frances
die cuts-Spellbinders
buttons-Paper Trey Ink
seam binding,just twinw-my stash
glitter on star-Stickles
burlap ribbon-My Mind's Eye

I am also linking this card up to the following challenges:
Do You Stack Up
Christmas Card Challenge
Stamp A Lot (pearls, Stickles and ribbon)
Mark's finest Papers

Thanks for stopping by today!

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Dove Of Peace Holiday Card

Hi everyone! I hope you are enjoying your Saturday. Are you done with your holiday shopping? I have one or two more presents to get and I will be! Whew! Every year Christmas slips up on me and I have to get with it at the last. One day I will learn my lesson!

I'm sharing a card today that I made for two different challenges that happily seemed to converge this week.

The first challenge is this week's Case Study. Here is the inspiration picture:
How gorgeous! I adore this card.

The next challenge is The Play Date Cafe. Here is the color inspiration for this week's challenge:

Here is a closeup of the details:
Supplies:
Card stock- Die Cuts with a View, Recollections,Georgia Pacific
Patterned paper- GCD Studios
Stamps-Recollections
Doily die cut-Martha Stewart Crafts
Other die cuts-Spellbinders (Fleur De Lis Accents)
Border punch- Fiskars
Seam binding-Hug Snug
Resin rose,pearls-Recollections


Thanks for stopping by!


Thursday, December 15, 2011

Believe Christmas Ornament

Hi readers! Today I'm sharing a Christmas ornament, not a card. Can you believe it? Yes, I do make 3D and altered projects from time to time. I got this idea from the  very talented blogger Linda Duke. Her original post  is here if you would like detailed instructions. I loved it so much that I made one too!
I am very pleased with how it turned out!

Supplies:
Patterned papers- My Mind's Eye, Melissa Frances
stamp- Recollections
Girl Image- The Graphics Fairy
Die Cuts- Spellbinders labels 20 and Fancy Tags 2
Crystal dangles- Swarovski
Seam Binding- Hug Snug Cream
Flowers- Recollections
Bling- Want2 Scrap
Pearl and Crystal Embellishment-Jolee's


I am linking up to these challenges:
Paper Craft Star
Stampin' Royalty
Thanks for visiting!

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Christmas Memories Card

Happy hump day! I'm posting my entry for the Shabby Tea Room this week. I admit, this card was difficult. I have no idea how long it took me to make,but my crafting desk looks like an explosion happened! I almost chucked it out,but decided to keep plodding along and it finally came together. I hope you like it.
Here is the inspiration picture:
My stocking looks a little skinny,but it's all I had to use!

Supplies:
card stock- Bazzil
patterned papers- Melissa Frances,Webster's Pages,My Mind's Eye
Sentiment stamp-Recollections
Leaf and stocking die cut- Cricut cartridges-Jolly Holidays and Straight From The Nest
Oval die cut-Spellbinders
seam binding-my stash
pearls- Michaels
Pearl embellishment in center of bow-Jolee's
pom pom fringe-Melissa Frances




Thanks for stopping by..have a great day!

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Elegant Santa Clause Christmas Card


Hi everyone! I'm sharing a card today created for the Card Patterns sketch challenge this week.
Here is the sketch:
As you can see, I rotated it 180 degrees. I used my new Teresa Collins paper..I love the bold patterns and colors.

Supplies-
Card stock-Recollections,Georgia Pacific
Patterned papers-Teresa Collins
Stamp- Recollections
Die Cuts- Spellbinders (Labels Ten,Classic Ovals,Ironwork Motifs border)
Border punch- Recollections
Bling-Micheals
Seam binding and rhinestone button- my stash


I am linking up with these challenges:
Come And Get It
Paper Sundaes
One Stop Craft Challenge
Card Makin' Mammas
Delicious Doodles
Raise The Bar Challenges
Stampin' For The Weekend

Thanks for stopping by today, I appreciate your visit!

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Joyeux Noel Card

Hi guys! A quick share..I have exactly 1 million things to do today! I made this card for the Shabby Tea Room challenge.
I finally got my hands on a Grand Calibur die cutting machine on clearance at HSN last week. I ADORE that thing! I was using a Sizzix Big Kick to cut my Spellbinders and I was never able to get a good,deep emboss. The Grand Calibur whips through like a dream and gives me the look that is intended for these awesome dies.
Here is this week's inspiration picture:
How pretty! We were to use pinks,neutrals,gold,snowflakes and flowers. I can't believe I managed to get them all on!
Supplies:
card stock,sentiment stamp,flowers,pearls-Recollections
patterned paper- Anna Griffin
die cuts-Spellbinders (grand labels one, fleur de lis accents,snowflakes)
resin wreath-Melissa Frances (colored with Tarnished Brass Crackle paint,buttercup Liquid Pearls  by Ranger)
seam binding- my stash

I am also linking up to these challenges:
Aud Sentiments
Paper Crafting Journey
Fresh Brewed Challenges
Whimsical Designs
Simon Says Stamp
Celebrate The Occasion
More Than Favors
The Card Caravan At The Hybrid Chick
Frosted Designs

Thanks for visiting!

Season's Greetings Wreath Card

Hi readers! Today I'm sharing a card I created for this week's Case Study Challenge. The object of their weekly challenge is to use a chosen card as your inspiration. You can use the colors,sketch or any other element that inspires you.
Here is this week's inspiration card by Amy Sheffer:
I absolutely adore this card. Amy is very talented and she makes stunning creations! I hope I have done her justice. I borrowed heavily from the card because I think it is so beautiful AND I had a lot of the same tools used to make it. I tend to shy away from mostly white cards,so I infused a little color into it.

Supplies:
card stock- Georgia Pacific and Bazzil
stamps- Wreath- Papertrey Ink
              Sentiment- Studio G
die cuts- Spellbinders Dies (labels four and fancy tags 3)
seam binding- Hug Snug (custom colored with Copic Marker Verdigris)
embossing folders-ProvoCraft
bling-Kaiser Kraft

Thank you so much for stopping by today!

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