Sunday, July 13, 2014
Do you love finding new uses for items as much as I do? Well, when I was looking at the Internet the other day I found a card that looked like a Mason Jar that was made using the envelope punch board. What a find!!! That is a great simple card I will be swapping at convention this year.
New Supplies Used:
Moonlight Designer paper stack
Envelope Punch board
Feel Goods stamp set
Blackberry Bliss ink
Whisper White and Crushed Curry card stock
I have had a great week and half attending a Davis Family Reunion, and visiting with my granddaughter Abbi. Yes, we stamped together. She made some adorable cards for her family and silly me forgot to take pictures. Now, I am in the last stages of getting ready for convention. Can't wait to see what I will learn this year.
Saturday, July 12, 2014
What do you do with leftover scraps of designer paper? I save mine, but sometimes they just accumulate. Well, when I went to Knollwood last week I thought of a way to use some of those scraps. The ladies loved the card I created and had fun making their version.
Scraps from a very old designer series paper stack
Card stock from retired in-colors
Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set
There were lots of pieces but very little stamping. A perfect combination for my Knollwood Retirement Village stamping friends.
Thursday, July 3, 2014
One of the things I love to swap at convention are 3-D items. So, this is the item I have made this year to swap. I used the hostess set called Bloom with Hope which was just perfect for experimenting some more with my Blendibilities. There is a spot inside to hold a special candy. I am thinking a truffle of some sort.
New supplies used:
Bloom with Hope stamp set
Cherry Cobbler and Old Olive Blendibilities
Strawberry Slush thick baker's twine
Returning supplies used:
Pistachio Pudding chevron ribbon
White embossing powder
Pistachio Pudding card stock
What would you make for your 3-D swap?
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
I knew this new photopolymer stamp set would be just perfect for some birthday cards for my grandsons. I did however have to go on the internet to even find out what the super heroes looked like. So, this card is for Brayden who just turned 9.
I thought the Circle Label thinlit was the perfect way to show off both Batman and Robin. It was fun to make and I can't wait to see Brayden's face when he opens it.
I couldn't leave out Naij who likes the Green Lantern. I have to admit, I never heard about him when I was younger so I really had no clue what he looked like.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
|Birthday, green and texture for Paper Players Tic Tac Toe Challenge|
My grand kids love the song What Does the Fox say. So, I just had to get this set to create a card or two for them. I also thought this would be a great card to submit to the tic tac toe challenge from The Paper Players. It was a really fun challenge. You picked 3 items in a row from the tic tac toe board to create your card.
Blendabilities, Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie
Subtles designer paper pack
Life in the Forest, Remembering Your Birthday stamp sets
Baked Brown Sugar, Whisper White, and Soft Sky card stock
Memento black ink
Decorative dots embossing folder
What would your fox say?