At the Frilly and Funky challenge blog, Trace is hosting a challenge called ‘There’s No Time to Waste’. Think clocks, timepieces…time inspired creations!
I began with a transparent clock face that has been in my stash for many years and a sweet image on patterned paper. I wanted to stamp a sentiment in [...]
Lovely layers are the theme at this week’s challege at The Shabby Tea Room. Rebekah has supplied us with a photo for color inspiration…
to be used, along with this sketch…
I also incorporated a digital image from this week’s sponsor, Bugaboo and created this…
I am very happy to return to City Crafter Challenge for my second week as Guest Designer! Thank you to Kirsty and all the super talented women on the design team!! The challenge this week is to create a project that is monochromatic. I chose to work with a warm brown..in all it’s varieties from [...]
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 [...]
The Shabby Tea Room has a beautiful photo inspiration for their 107th week of challenges. You can visit them here.
I have a small glass cloche sitting on my table, containing a little vignette of spring, so there was no way I would skip this challenge!! The requirements were to include blue, [...]
Oh, I love so many of the color inspirations that are presented for challenges in the spring. I saw this inspiration photo at the Ribbon Reel Challenge. You can visit here.
I began my project with a vintage image from the Swedish company called Pion (peony). This image came from a sheet [...]
It’s hard to resist these happy colors and cheerful inspirations from CR84FN.
I pulled out a Karen Lockhart stamp of a ranunculus bouquet, that hasn’t seen ink in a considerable time. Ranunculus grow in these perpetually upbeat colors!
I used a few copic markers for some very simple coloring, [...]