I REALLY stepped out of my comfort zone with this card!! Not only does it not have a colored stamp on it, but it is CAS!!! This was partly out of necessity, as my printer was out of ink, and I wanted to get a card into a few challenges. I recently purchased some new dies….the scribble is a Tim Holtz die, the feathers are some extremely inexpensive no name dies that I found on Amazon, and the sentiment is Tattered Lace . I threw a few sequins on, and thought it really didn’t need anything else. I really like the clean and classy look to this, and it will be nice to have a few wedding cards on hand for the summer
I would like to enter the following challenges with this:
Cupcake Inspirations – #405 Color Inspiration
AAA Cards – #89 Bright and Beautiful
I was cleaning in my craft room the other day, and just realized the sheer magnitude of all the stuff that I – a. Never use b. Forgot I had c. Am saving for the right project
I’m going to attempt to use some of it…Bit by bit I’m not sure if I ever used these Kaiser Craft stamps before, but they are beautiful!! I stamped and embossed them, then cut them out with a Nelly Snellen circle die. I got a HUGE pack of black and white paper a few years ago…Many coordinating prints that I’ve turned to once in a while, but not as often as the package size warrants! I cut a few circles out of a few of the patterns, then stamped and embossed a small LDRS sentiment on another plain circle. After gluing them down on the background paper, I saw that some definition was needed! As it was too late to mat them, I used 2 different size dies to make frames for each circle This was all the card needed. As CAS as I get!!
I’d like to enter these challenges with this card:
Pattie’s Creations – #132 Anything With Wings
Aud Sentiments – #176 Any Sentiment Other Than Birthday
Crafting When We Can – #140 Add Circles
Double D Challenge – Things That Fly
Kitty B’s Aloha Friday Challenge – #91 Spring Cleaning (use something that you forgot you had, or haven’t used for a long time)
Hi there I made this card completely by using the sketch inspiration from MFT Sketch Challenge and the color and stash inspiration from the Butterfly Challenge. I took a look at this sketch:
…And then saw that the Butterfly Challenge had the theme of G is for Glossy Accents, with the color option of Slate Blue. I stamped the butterflies (Inkadinkadoo) all over the backing paper, then cut the frame from some slate blue card stock with my Cricut. I traced where the frame would sit, then used my Prismacolors to only color the inside part…..Of course using blue shades….Including the slate. I took a strip of ivory edged with some black pinstriping, then a strip of white, which I stamped a LDRS sentiment on. Finally, I stamped and colored one more butterfly, which I covered with Glossy Accents, and added it as an accent. The joys of photography (when it’s a bit dark), don’t really show off the colors in a true way, or the shine of the Glossy Accents….unless you really zoom in a lot. I think this makes a cheerful, yet classy card for a friend!!
I’d also like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Cards and More – #179 Friendship
Simon Monday Challenge – Make Your Own Background
Artistic Inspirations – ATG #174
I had the idea for this card the other day, and was really excited to get to it, because it was back to some of my old rubber stamping techniques. I used an old rubber-stamp of a zebra, I don’t know the brand name, but I got it at Michael’s as part of a set of animals. I used masking to make a row of them to run across the strip of white card stock. The sentiment stamp is also an oldie…..it’s by Stampology. I used a Nellie Snellen circle die to cut it out and to mat it in the turquoise. I’ve had the animal print Cuttlebug embossing folders for a long time, but haven’t used the zebra (or tiger???) one yet. It was perfect to use with CoreD’inations Black Magic paper After sanding the embossing to expose the white, I matted everything with turquoise and added a few small brads to the corner. Loving the CAS design of this card
I’d like to enter this into the following challenges:
Cuttlebug Mania – It’s A Zoo Out There
The Crazy Challenge – #243 We Love Animals
Lemon Shortbread – #36 ATG
Jo’s Scrap Shack – #178 ATG
Hi there! Today, I have a card made with Ching Chou Kuik‘s Gentle As A Breeze. There is a challenge in the Kit and Clowder Facebook Group where participants use this image to make a project. I actually made a card with this stamp previously, but learned that wine does not go well with coloring! I wasn’t happy with it, so I got my SN markers out and made this one With the colors of the image being so bright, I opted for leaving the rest of the card quite subdued. Some embossed paper for the background, a Poopy Stamps birthday die, pearls, and a few white bows was all this spring-like card needed I hope you like it!!
I’d like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Crafting By Design - It’s Almost Spring!
Brown Sugar Challenge - ATG #239
Morgan’s Artworld - #4 For the Ladies
Glitter N’ Sparkle – #228 ATG
The Ribbon Girl s – Use Any Image
Hi there!! As we ease into February, we also have a new ATG challenge at Creative Fingers for the next 2 weeks. We have a regular sponsor, the fabulous Rick St. Dennis!
There is soooo much to choose from at his store, that it’s more than worth your while to enter for a chance to win one of his fantastic images!
I was in a “mood” when I got this stamp…..you can only guess what kind!! Lol! The mood passed, so I decided to make a Get Well card. The inside of this card says “…..that you’re feeling crappy”. I printed the image onto kraft paper, and colored it with my Prismacolor pencils. The sentiment was printed at the same time as the image. I wanted “something” to embellish it, and came up with a roll of toilet paper, rather than ribbon or bling I cut a strip of paper, ran it through with my perforating blade to make the squares, then rolled it up. I tore a few sheets off….just because Hopefully this card will elicit a smile from the recipient!
Hi there! Apparently, I forgot to post this….it’s been “one of those weeks”- but the difficulties I’ve been having with a person at work resolved itself in a HUGE bit of karma! :)
Anyway, this is my card for the current challenge over at
As the badge says, the theme is Holiday, where any of your holiday makes qualify for an entry…..an this can be any Holiday that you may celebrate We have
as our wonderful sponsor this week, offering 2 digital images to a lucky winner. Stop by to be inspired by my amazing DT team mates!
I made a quick card, using some old stamps from Inkadinkadoo. I stamped and heat embossed the bird and sentiment in silver. These were some of the first Christmas stamps that I purchased years and years ago I then masked it off, and inked the sides with Dusty Concord and Peacock Feathers Distress inks. I added some purple, teal and silver sequins, and matted it all with a silver shimmer card stock.
Hello! It’s time for this week’s challenge at Addicted to Stamps and More!! This week, we have everyone’s favorite theme
Our sponsor is
who is offering 2 digital images to the lucky winner! The DT girls have gone all out with their inspiration projects, so be sure to check them out!
I was in a autumn-y mood, but had no idea what I wanted to make, so I rummaged through my stuff (ok, for a few days, lol) and found these dies I forgot I had, and some plain colored card stock in fall colors. I popped the die cuts up with foam dots, then cut a Thank you sentiment on my Cricut, which I added Glossy Accent to. A few sequins, a piece of ribbon, and some feather die cuts, and I was done
Hi there!! Where on Earth did August go? The leaves are already starting to turn! Although I love fall, I really dont like the cold that comes with THAT season that follows… You’d never guess, with my card for this weeks challenge at C.R.A.F.T. Our theme this week is a technique – embossing, and we have Crafty Sentiments
as our generous sponsor! Stop by and see the beautiful embossed goodies that the design team has made to inspire you this time around
I was given this adorable image from our sponsor. Mr. and Mrs. Snow was colored with my SN markers, and added some clear Wink of Stella to the snow people. I used a Cuttlebug embossing folder to selectively emboss around the image, then stamped and heat embossed the sentiment on another panel. I matted everything with coordinating card stock, added a few silver dots in the corners, and called this card done!
I’d like to enter the following challenges with this card:
Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge – Use a Sentiment
Hiding In My Craft Room – Any Holiday
Christmas at Sweet Stampin’ – Snow People
Craft Your Passion – ATG #327
Crafting From the Heart – ATG #125