Tuesday, September 29, 2015
This card definitely turned out different from the one I was looking at here. Sometimes you just have to go with what you end up with, though, right? I used a Rubbernecker stamp with some Fresh Ink Chocolate and Memento London Fog to make the background. The sentiment is also a Rubbernecker stamped in SU Old Olive. Those stars are all from scraps I had on hand.
Friday, September 25, 2015
This is the card I made using this card for inspiration. I've had this piece of Doodlebug paper for quite awhile now and it was time to make a "girlie" card. The stamp is from Inkadinkado and the inside is stamped "thank you."
Monday, September 21, 2015
Thursday, September 17, 2015
When I originally bought this Doodlebug paper, I bought it for the other side which is a much more subtle brown on brown pattern. But then I saw this card and and knew it would be perfect for this card. The stars were cut with Spellbinders and embossed with a SU folder. The bottom of the banner is done with a Taylored Expressions die. Hot Off the Press provided the sentiment.
Sunday, September 13, 2015
This is actually a "miss you" card with the sentiment stamped inside. The papers are from an American Crafts 6x6 pad and the background was scored using my Scor-Buddy. The outside sentiment is from Hot Off the Press. I used this as my inspiration.
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
It's not easy to make a masculine card for me. They tend to be more unisex, or downright feminine. But I noticed in my last OWH box that I needed some more "miss you" cards. This is what I came up with. I used SU Work of Art stamp set for the chevrons, a Hero Arts stamp for the car and a Technique Tuesday sentiment. The orange is SU Pumpkin Pie. I think that embossing folder is from Cuttlebug.
Saturday, September 5, 2015
My friend Kristie introduced me to this My Favorite Things quilt die and I had to have one for myself. I made these with one of the many 6x6 pads I have in my paper stash. The sentiment is from The Alley Way Stamps and heat embossed in black. The brads are American Crafts.
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Like most paper crafters, I have a lot of scraps. It was time I used some of them. With some Spellbinder circles and an embossing folder, this is what I came up with. The ivory paper also has some ivy embossed on it. Triveni bling helps balance the whole thing.