Saturday, July 31, 2010
Stamps: Enjoy the Sunshine
Ink: Versamagic Night Sky
Paper: American Crafts navy and olive, gkd ivory, chatterbox patterned paper
Accessories: Nestabilities: Curved Rectangles, circles, 1 3/4 inch punch for sentiment, ribbon: from Michaels, brads, hole punch for the circles under the brads
Have a great day!
Friday, July 30, 2010
CHA envy 1:
Stamps: GKD: Enjoy the Sunshine, Elegant Flowers
Paper: GKD red, white, black onyx
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, versamark
Accessories: score buddy, score bug, copic markers, tab punch, stapler, black embossing powder, ek success border punch
CHA envy 2:
Stamps: GKD Enjoy the Sunshine
Paper: GKD: black and white, American Crafts yellow
Ink: thatched straw and black versamagic dew drops, memento tuxedo black
Accessories: sizzix flourish die cut, nestabilities
Thanks for looking!
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Stamps: Enjoy the Sunshine GKD
Paper: GKD: black onyx and ivory, crate paper, lime green by paper cut
Ink: Memento: tuxedo black and new sprout, Distress ink: antique linen
Accessories: Nestabilities: petite ovals and labels 4, Cuttlebug embossing folder: Victoria, ribbon: black satin and antique white grograin, martha stewart border punch: Cornice
That's all for now. Thanks for stopping by!
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Monday, July 26, 2010
Paper: GKD white, chatterbox, dcwv glitter stack
Ink: memento tuxedo black
Accessories: tonic butterfly punch
Sunday, July 25, 2010
Accessories: Labels 9 Spellbinders, circle spellbinders, 2 1/2 inch circle punch ek success, modern label punch, offray grograin ribbon, pop dots
Copic Colors: BG000, BG01, Y21, Y38
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Wow, it sure has been busy around here! Summer is just flying by on me! I am late in making this card for my brother, his birthday was a couple of days ago. I used the sketch from Stamp TV for this card, I flipped the sketch to make it work with the image that I was using. For those Stamp TV followers you can see I got my inspiration from Gina’s card that she made with her Score Buddy and distressing technique. I just loved her card and had to make one too! It was a great way to use my new Score Buddy, which I really am liking as I use it more. I really like the 1/8” increments for making borders, and the size is perfect for card makers! I also made a visit to Gina’s store this week and purchased the Enjoy the Sunshine Stamp TV kit, and a few other goodies of course! It is always so neat to see all of the products in her store, I know it is all online but there is something about seeing it in the store that is more fun! I also always seem to purchase a lot more when I am there rather than online, I guess I am a compulsive shopper! LOL! That’s all for now here are the details of the card:
Paper: Basic Grey Archaic 6x6 pad, GKD chocolate kiss and ivory
Ink: memento rich cocoa, distress ink antique linen
Accessories: Score Buddy, eyelets, 1 3/8 & 1 ½ in circle punches, SU modern label punch, green ribbon from Hobby Lobby, thin twine, pop dots
Friday, July 9, 2010
Thursday, July 8, 2010
Base of the card is GKD pure luxury white cardstock.
Patterned Paper DCWV summer stack
Stamps: Stampendous, SU Vintage Label
Ribbon: From Michaels $1 bin
Nestabilities: Circles and Lotus Penndant
Sunday, July 4, 2010
Friday, July 2, 2010
I am loving this new Martha Stewart border punch! I was fiddling around with the border and corner punch making this border go all around, which isn't always very easy even with the provided measurements... So when I had one turn out, I had to turn it into a card. The image is from Michaels dollar stamps bin. I colored the petals with a light pink copic, I believe it was light cherry pink? Then I used the same marker to color in the inside of my butterfly to provide some contrast. For the body and antennae I used DMC floss and made a slip knot over the butterfly then I knotted the ends to create the antennaes. The sentiment is by Amuse. Thanks for looking!
Thursday, July 1, 2010
Hope you like it! Thanks for looking!