I am using Studio Calico's December Daily kit, and cards and stickers from Simple stories, with a few extra embellishments and stamps thrown in. Thanks for stopping by!
Monday, December 2, 2013
I'm not actually doing a December Daily, but I am capturing 25 to 31 December memories, and I plan to share them with you here! This is actually my title page, and I made quite the hot mess with the glitter, but I like the effect. I will be sharing the first entry as soon as I have the photo developed!
Sunday, November 17, 2013
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Technique Tuesday! They have an awesome sale going on now, too!
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Happy Sunday! First, I have a card to share with you. My daughter has a birthday party to go to today, and she provided me with a little sketch of what style of card she wanted me to make for her friend. It was a little more challenging than that, though, as she also specified which colors I was to use! So, here is what I came up with:
The background is a cover-the-card stamp from Impression Obsession, and it is stamped in "Mowed Lawn" from the Tim Holtz line of Distress Inks from Ranger. The flowers are white paper pressed into into "Squeezed Lemonade" Distress Ink. I stamped the centers with Soft Canteloupe from Hero Arts, but it was very bright over the yellow, so I toned it down and added some sparkle with some sequins from Ellen Hutson and Studio Calico. The leaves are green neon ink from Hero Arts, and The white ink is from Color Box. The white gel pen is Signo, the blue jewels are from Doodlebug Designs, the ribbon is from American Crafts, and the wood veneer is from Studio Calico.
On the inside of the card, I used a Stamp from Simon Says Stamp, and Neon Green ink from Hero Arts. Because my technique was a little poor, and I waited too long to stamp the sentiment, it came out a little blotchy, so I decided to make some of the words a little clearer using my ATYOU Spica glitter pens. Then I had to add a little blue inside, too, so I put glitter dots around the word Birthday!
I also created a little gift bag. I love the look of the neon inks from Hero Arts on kraft.
My favorite part of this card is the sequins. I never know what to do with them, and I finally used some! In celebration, I am going to have a little give away. Comment below, telling me your favorite thing to do with sequins by 10:00 pm EDS Tuesday, and I will choose 2 random commenters to receive a little bag of sequins from Studio Calico's Atlantic Line, and a few iridescent pink and vanilla sequins from Ellen Hutson.
I can't wait to hear your ideas!
at May 19, 2013
Monday, February 25, 2013
My craft area has been a mess for quite some time now. I'm not even going to show you a picture of all of it. It's so bad, that I think showing a full view here would overwhelm me. So, taking the advice of Marla Cilley, the Flylady, I will set a timer for 15 minutes, and begin to organize and purge. Before and after shots will be posted. You are welcome to take a look, but I will admit that this is not meant to be instructive, ( obviously I am NOT qualified to do THAT,) but a documentation of progress for myself.
OK, so it did take longer than 15 minutes, but it didn't really get dark, I just forgot to take the picture when I finished. You should also know that I made labels for the sides of all of the ink pads you see in the first photo. You'll see where I put them in a later post. I also purged some border punches. I just don't use them much now that I have my Silhouette. My biggest achievements today were labeling those inkpads, and finding a small place on my desk where I can work. Now I can sit in my chair—once I clean that off!
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