Saturday, August 31, 2013
I used all Cheery Lynn Dies for this card. The oval for the butterfly was hand cut (there was an oval line on the stamp that I cut on).
I Used metallic purple floss and threaded the border, tying all 4 pieces together to make a frame for the rectangle frame die. I used a small image so that the rectangle frame was shown to it's best advantage. Cheery Lynn corners and flourishes finished this card.
Friday, August 30, 2013
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Copic Markers were used to color. Used glitter glue and glitter powder for the snow and snowballs.
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
What a funny guy! He loves road trips to the southwestern states like Arizona, Utah and Colorado. We always go to red rock country!!
The words are white Brilliance on acetate and I can't believe I got this picture without light bouncing off that acetate!
The stamps used: StampFrancisco-cloud (lg), Sweet Impressions- cloud (sm), Beeswax-cactus, Stampa Rosa- Canyon, & Great Impressions- car/words.
The sign was hand drawn and cut out.
I used several stamps for this card, Beeswax, A Stamp in the Hand, Coronado Island, Limited Edition, JRL Designs and InkaDinkaDo. Truthfully, I've had many of these stamps so long I'm not sure if the companies still exist but I think anything can be found on ebay now-a-days!
The images are colored with Copics. The card is almost a full 8 1/2 X 11 folded to 5 1/2 X 8 1/12.
Saturday, August 24, 2013
The bottom card I used the fabric as a background. I plastered the card stock with Mod Podge and then set my fabric down, wrinkling as I went. I then coated it VERY well with Mod Podge and let it dry. I colored the image (from Northwoods) with Copics to match the fabric. Of course, when I saw the fabric this scene popped into my head...what else could it be with fabric like that!!?
I used glitter glue (Stickles) on the pine trees and ground then used white liquid pearls on some branches of the Oak? trees. Before either was dry, I added a coat of Prisma ultra fine powered glitter.
The corners are a die from Cheery Lynn Designs and the white on white pine bough card stock used for the corners, oval behind words and image is from SEI. Joy and Peace is Northwoods.
Thursday, August 22, 2013
and for Color Throwdown color challenge #256:
I used stamps by Our Daily Bread Designs, colored with Copics, added die cut butterflies from Cheery Lynn Designs and Pear colored rhinestones.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
The image is a Sara Kay design from Stampavie. She is colored with Copic Markers.
I really had fun with this image. She is so cute and the papers are so little girl! (well, the cloud paper could definitely be little boy as well).
Monday, August 19, 2013
Flowers are per made but stacked and some were sprayed to make the right color. Rhinestones were used in their centers.
Spellbinders and Memory Box made the dies used.
Friday, August 16, 2013
The rose die is from Cheery Lynn.
This image is colored with Copics (but I have a color swatch book from Stampin' Up! to see what the colors should be).
I used two Cheery Lynn Design round doily dies and a corner die.
I also ran the purple through with an embossing folder. There is snow large glitter added as well.
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
I used Spellbinder nesting dies in round and round scallop and a Cheery Lynn flourish die. Also used a Cuttlebug embossing folder on the bottom of the card.
It was colored with Copics and there are also a few pearls for embellishments.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
The little bees have glitter glue on their wings.
Copic Markers were used to color image.
I did this card for the Tea Pot Tuesday challenge on SCS.
Monday, August 12, 2013
Sunday, August 11, 2013
The background paper is from S.E.I. and the stamp is Our Daily Bread. I embossed the verse and used Spellbinders dies to die cut. The two yellow strips have edges in pink done with a border punch from Stampin' Up! I included some tiny butterflies to add interest and a stick pin (colored with Copic Markers because it was clear), also three half pearls up top.
This card was a winner at Our Daily Bread this week!
Friday, August 9, 2013
This is a card done for a challenge at SCS. It was to blow ink on the paper. I did this one with alcohol inks on glossy paper. The ink did not move as far but I liked the results. Kinda sunset looking.
I have a stamp from Hero Arts the I used upside down for this card because it reminds me of sailboats in a harbor silhouetted at sunset. See what you think!
Thursday, August 8, 2013
I happen to have some tiny star fish and shells. I made the "seaweed" from a mesh bag (Avocados were in). and used some green and white acrylic paint on it then shrank it some with my heat tool.
She is colored with Copic Markers and has Stickles on her tail and on the anemone.
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
The dies are from Spellbinder with the exception of the little flourishes, they are from Cheery Lynn Designs.
I used Copic Markers to color these little guys. Everything is layered onto a "Black-cherry" card.
This card was featured on the Wee Stamps Facebook page 8-10-13.
Monday, August 5, 2013
I used Cheery Lynn Design dies for the flourishes and leaves, also for the rose in the corner. I colored her with Copic Markers.
Thursday, August 1, 2013
I used some yellow rick rack just for something extra! Background paper is from Kiser Craft.
I used several Cheery Lynn dies for this card: The chicken wire, Lace corner Deco, Italian Flourish Doily and angel wings, and Dancing Doily Lace. Also used the round and scallop round dies by Spellbinder. I colored her with Copic Markers. The lady stamp is by Art Impressions and the words are from Penny Black.