CR84FN is hosting a beautiful color palatte challenge this week. These are the inspiration photos…
It’s also time for a card for twin baby boys!!! It needed to be fun and playful and these colors were perfect for the job! The card folds at the top and a pocket ‘sleeve’ holds the [...]
This project is all white… with just the tiniest touch of color near the sentiment. City Crafter Challenge Blog has a ‘Solid as a Rock’ challenge, asking for solid papers, with other mediums and embellishments open for choice. I love my dies and all the frames and embellishments they make. Today, they are center stage!
I’ve been playing with some of my favorite components~ craft paper bags and glassine bags. I could work with these two elements for a year and not get bored! It seems the more I play with them, the more I discover they I can do.
I began by layering two glassine bags [...]
The Shabby Tea Room is hosting a challenge called ‘Beautifully Shaped’. Along with an inspiration photo, it calls for a card that is not a square or rectangle. You can visit their site HERE and see their inspiration photo here…
I had great fun making this card…
I cut a folded circle [...]
This weeks CFC42 challenge is very sweet. It’s ~baby~ in all it’s clean and simple variations. You can visit the site here for inspiration.
I used images from Stampin Ups ‘Baby Bundle’ and the sentiment from Papertrey Inks ‘Simple Sentiments’ with a line masked off with tape while I inked it. The [...]
When the call went out for an interactive card blog hop from Papertrey Ink, I couldn’t resist. You can find it hear. I decided to try a paper crafters’ version of Jacobs’ Ladder. It brings back lots of childhood memories, happily clicking and clacking it back and forth. It probably drove the adults a bit [...]
I finally had the opportunity to look in on PTIs events for the day and found a sketch challenge. You can view it HERE. I chose to work this sketch first.
This is my result.
I used the small Banner Builder stamps and dies, cutting down one [...]
Hi there! Thought I would share a very quick, easy and fresh baby card. To my eye, this works for a girl or boy.
Little slips of card stock for banners, white card, a square punch for quick tails, black ink, clear rhinestones and copics in the colors of the banners, make [...]