Saturday, September 27, 2008
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Monday, July 21, 2008
Friday, June 20, 2008
They are nice because they come in different colors too. Hey a dollar?? Can't go wrong. Plus you can refill them. Well I had this idea that because of the colors they could be made cooler, prettier, for girls, cooler for boys. So I thought maybe I could stamp them in Stazon. I did it and look, it came out great!!!! I even had my 3yo and 6yo helping me.
Here are the finished ones:
I laid my clear stamps on my table, inked them, then rolled the bubbles over them. I made some small flowers with fabric paint. If I had more Stazon colors, I could have stamped everything. But, I only have purple, black, and dark green. Can you say psyched!!! 2 of them are birthday gifts for a party we are going to tomorrow, and 2 are for my 2 favorite redheads. Here is a close up, because I am blog challenged and don't know if when you click it gets bigger or not.
Thanks for looking.
Thursday, June 5, 2008
Friday, May 16, 2008
This last one is using the workout girl from Let's get Physical, another Hanna set-- just had to get my girl in there.
I love coloring with my copics, I'm not that great with them, but love them anyway.
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Sunday, May 4, 2008
Friday, April 25, 2008
This is me an my 2redheads inside "Its a Bugs Life", which is a 3D aminated show. Don't the girls just look yummy!!!!
I don't know if you can see the girls shirts or not, but I MADE THEM, sort of. I stamped a flourished stamp from Inkadinkado, in MoulinRouge Pallette ink from PTI, then ironed on the Mickey iron-on. I was psyched, because they really looked like good, Disney shirts. Plus with the ears, I mean who could resist????
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
This was on our way into Animal Kingdom. These days it's rare to have all 6 of us together.
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Monday, March 3, 2008
Sunday, March 2, 2008
I also made one where I put glitter on the cross. And stamped one of the awesome sentiments on the front of the card, in aquamist pallett. I love the look of tone on tone, and with these beautiful sayings and font, I think it looks really classy.
The cardstock is SU Pretty in Pink, stamped in brilliance Graphite Black, colored with Copics, flocked with white Stampendous Flock. The stars from MFT icing on the cake is stamped in Versamark on the righthand side. I made my own notebook page. Thanks for looking.
Thursday, February 7, 2008
Saturday, February 2, 2008
I love the look of the clean, crisp white. It may be lost on children, but the valentines are shiny, so hopefully that will be enough. I was gifted a reem of 65lb cardstock that is white. It is very brite, but not thick enough for a card base. I figured I'd use some of it for stamping images on and for the CB of course. These were made with it for the embossed parts , and score lines were made with what else??.... my scor-pal. The Scor-pal truly is awesome. Thanks for looking and hope to see you soon....
I had the background paper from a My Minds Eye slab, the cardstock that I ran through my Nestabilities was in my stash as was the ribbon. The green flower I had from WalMart, the bling is still from the 1.00 find a Michaels for a cell phone. It is in the shape of a pocketbook, I just cut off the ones I want. I ran the actual valentines through the CB with the Nestabilities too. Now, if I could only write in these during the party and put them in the goody bags as they leave. That may be asking a bit much. LOL
Friday, February 1, 2008
Thursday, January 31, 2008
When you are making cards does this ever happen to you? Do you not want to stamp the sentiment on the card if you don't know EXACTLY who the card is for? I do. I don't want to stamp something , then not have it appropriate and have to tear the card apart, then put it back together. So, sometimes I'll stamp/design for the colors/patterns/feeling. Then when I need the card, I quickly look for a suitable sentiment. Something great about the clear stamps, like MFT Sassy Sayings, or others from PaperTrey, I can stamp them however I need them. This is one of the ladies from Crafty Secrets Coffee and Tea set. Love that set, it's awesome. Thanks for looking.
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
I would never, never had bought the fancy corner embossing if it hadn't been for seeing NoTimeToStamps beautiful cards. Now I'm in love with them. I have so many of the A2 folders, but the corners and smaller ones, I bought fairly recently. Now one of the girls at work has asked me to borrow this actual folder, because she saw the card I made like this and gave it to someone else I work with and she had it on her desk. Pretty in Pink cardstock and GP white cardstock. Thanks for looking.
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
These used the script folder for the Cuttlebug. I ran a 8in by 5 1/4 inch through the CB with the folder in the middle. Then I cut those at 4 inches and used the Scor-Pal with 2 lines. I had this ribbon and the generic blue/violet cardstock. The reason I made these, and the next few is because I re-organized my ribbon, well some of it onto the round tab punch and this color just was so fat on the spool. I said to myself "self, you need to use some of this ribbon immediately". Thanks for looking. The ink is from Ancient Page and is on a wheel that I got at Joanns, I think the color is pink pizzaz, the stamp is from an retired SU, year round cheer, either I or II. Thanks for looking
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
There were colored baubles there too, which if I do plan to get some when I go back, I figure I'll bring my cardstock chart with me and grab the ones I think will work best. I just didn't trust my memory that day. Thanks for looking. Have a great day.