Hello friends! I have a little card to share today. I recently received a few stamps in the mail from sei and decided to play with the set Moravia. It also gave me a chance to play with my Copics. Gotta love that!
The polka dot paper is by MME. There is a little coordinations cardstock I paper crimped and sanded. I am loving the yellow and turquoise together along with the brown.
Loving these pearl accents too! I am off to start my workweek. Hoping to get some more crafty projects finished up soon.
I hope you had a great weekend. Thanks so much for stopping by.
Hi friends! So one of the challenges this month over on Cupcards to go is to create a project using paper doilies and stickles in a unique way. So I created a cute heart pocket that is just perfect for filling with a sweet treat. You could hang this on your sweeties door for a little surprise.
It is super quick and easy to make. To make the paper doilies a little stronger I attached one of the doilies to a white sheet of cardstock. Then attach both doilies together and stitch along the edge. Be sure to stop before closing up your heart all the way. Then punch one hole on each side of the (cardstock re-enforced) heart and attach your ribbon to create a hanger.
The stickles I added to the button embellishment.
I hope you have had fun stopping by each day to see a new project. I do still have one more card to share. That will be at a later date though. I will have step by step instructions available so you can re-create the card yourself.
Hello friends, I am excited to finally be able to share the cards I have created recently for a great kit and blog site. The blog is Cupcards to go, super cute right?! I love the play on words. The kit this month is full of sweet elements from Basic Grey's new line Kissing Booth. I will be showing a few cards each day and a super cute way to use the heart doilies you can get right now.
I had a ton of fun working with this ruffly ribbon.
So far this card is one of my personal favorites. I inked up the paper die cutout (spellbinders Fair Isle) with tea dye ditress ink and hollyhock ink (close to my heart). I really like the effect.
The sentiment (bliss) and the butterfly both are Stampin Up. LOVE!!
I really am honored anytime I have a chance to work with an amazing kit and design team. Thank you Cassonda for inviting me to play along this month. Stop by her amazing blog (Cupcards to go) to get this amazing kit and see lot's of inspiration for your next crafty project.
Hello friends! I am excited to be able to share a little sneak peek at some upcoming projects I am working on for a very special kit club. Oh I gotta tell you this kit is amazing!! It is all kinds of Valentine goodness, your heart will pitter patter with delight!
On with the peeks right?!
Very soon I will be able to reveal all of the projects I created with this fantastic kit. And I even will have a short card tutorial too! So check back soon (in just a few short days).
Hello friends! I am back from my family vacation over the Christmas break. We had lot's of fun with family and friends. Now it is getting things back to what I call "normal" around our house.
I have lot's of fun and exciting things coming up this month. I am happy to report that I will be teaching a craft class this month. We will be making Valentines using a resist technique like the one I used to create the card set for my sons teacher. If you are in the Harper, KS area On Jan. 18 at 7pm come by and have some fun at The Tattered Rose.
Also I am excited to be working with a really great upcoming kit. I can't wait till I can share more about it....*GRINS*
And I have a great giveaway to share too!! You can ENTER TO WIN A TIM HOLTZ PRIZE PACKAGE! Just head on over to partyblog.mygrafico HERE for your chance. This is one AWESOME giveaway!!
I think that about does it for today...Thanks for stopping by!