Thursday, September 29, 2011

Happy Halloween

 I will be entering the card into:    for Halloween!
for anything goes!

Halloween is a fun time for me!  And this little witchy Tilda is the perfect one to use for the holiday!  Colored with Copics and Prisma Pencils for some shading too.   Liquid Pearls for accents.  Scraps for the design papers.  And Kraft CS for my card's base.  The stars were punched from the Sizzix star die onto adhesive black felt, accented with buttons from my collection.  Computer generated sentiment and little foamy bats from some old pp I had from last year.
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Monday, September 26, 2011

Just for You

I've been itching to use this pretty pp by Bo-Bunny Press of the Shabby Princess Collection.  Tilda was colored with Copics.  Flowers by Prima.   Sentiment from LOTV.  Nestibilities  Ovals were used.
I will be entering the card into:  Magnolia-licious Challenge blog.
The challenge is make a card using a Magnolia image and use these colors:  Orange, Teal, and Brown.

And also for:  Creatalicious - Anything Goes
And also for:  Hanna and Friends - Anything Goes
And also for:  Simply Magnolia - Shabby Chic

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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Thank You

This card will be entered into the Capture the Moment Challenge.
We were given the above photo to go by for inspiration.   I used the colors from the photo to make my card from scraps on hand.  A fun card to make....  Stampendous sentiment and black gemstones.
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Friday, September 23, 2011

Hugs & Kisses

Used my scorpal for score lines.  Felt star and some gemstones.   Sentiment is by Annette Allen Watkins called Hugs & Kisses
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I used my Sizzix Star die for the orange felt, Sentiment is by SU, the label holder is by Spellbinders, and Seeing Spots embossing folder for white circle by Cuttlebug.  Used black gems on the lable.  Button from my stash and baker's twine from my friend Linda.  Fun and easy card!

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Merry Christmas

easy and fast Christmas using up a scrap!  PP by My Mind's Eye Christmas pack.  Ribbon is by Bazzill.  Sentiment is a $1 stamp from Michaels.
Finally I have made a Christmas card for this year!  I like to do some fancy ones, but for the majority of my mail-outs I like a quick easy card.  This might be my mass producing card for this year.  
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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Happy Birthday

Using up some of my scraps!   Sizzix star die.  $1 stamp for sentiment.  Button from my stash.  Quick and Easy card. Scrap lift from   Love her simple, but elegant cards.
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love the Fall colors in this card.......
Entering card into the following challenge for FALL under Just Magnolia

happy fall y'all....

entering card in Fall Challenges: 

Tilda was colored with Copics.  Computer generated sentiment, Ranger Stick Pin, Little Yellow Bicycle PP called Autumn Argyle.
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Monday, September 19, 2011

Wish Big

A fun card that started out as only monochromatic.  Then last minute I added some Blush R20 to the image.  I will be sending this card to my daughter-in-law Jennifer.  
The image was colored in WARM GRAYS by Copic. 
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Saturday, September 10, 2011


A quick little card I made for Connor.  Wanted to send him a card when I send Ayden's birthday card so he wouldn't feel left out!   I love the cute little LOTV image and I colored it in mono-chromatic shades of Copic warm grays.  pp's used are Basic Grey, Graphic 45, and K&Company...  The embossing folder by Cuttlebug is called Seeing Spots.  Sentiment is just a $1 stamp from Michael's.   I have used my SU corner rounder for some of the edges.  (why do I forget I own this tool?) 
I will be linking this card to the September SFYTT challenge:

and....The Lili of the Valley "MISS YOU" challenge:
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Saturday, September 3, 2011


I made this little birthday card for my oldest Grandson, Adyden who will be turning 7 Sept. 16th.  He loves to play soccer so thought he would enjoy a sports card.  I used Copics to color my Lilli of the Valley image.  Scraps from my bin and Bazzill ribbon.  Spellbinders to cut out and mat my image.  Lilli of the Valley sentiment used and some fun little foam shapes I had on hand from Michaels.  Thanks for stopping buy.