This cute daisy stamp is part of a new CTMH set called Enjoy Every Moment. The cardstock colors are Chocolate, Buttercup, and New England Ivy.
Thursday, December 31, 2009
This is a prototype for a project for a local PEO group. The colors are black and blush, and the stamp is from the Childhood Portrait set. The B&T papers are Silhouette and Unforgettable.
The second pictures is an example for them of an alternate card they can make with the same supplies.
Sunday, December 27, 2009
Saturday, December 19, 2009
This lonely lion card started off as a door, then was going to be a window, then a birdcage, and finally became a sad, neglected lion in a too-small cage. I probably shouldn't give it to an animal lover. The stamps are CTMH's Around the Block and Life's a Jungle. Colors are black and cranberry.
I'm trying to use up some existing papers instead of buying more (Like that will work--I'm not even fooling myself.) These cards were all made with CTMH Key to My Heart papers and the stamp sets Delightful Things (watermark), Childhood Portrait ("Thinking of You"), Treasure Life (flowers), Fringed Phrases ("You're Special"), and It's Your Day (gift & sentiment). The colors are mostly CTMH juniper and sorbet.
Sunday, December 13, 2009
I made these tags in minutes using the Stocking Style stamp set with Holiday Red ink. I added the snowflake punch and highlighted it with clear Stickles. I'll thread a ribbon through the hole to attach them to Christmas packages. Very Easy!
Friday, December 11, 2009
My friend Robin sent me one of these easel cards, and I've been copying her ever since. The pictures don't show it well, but all the snow and snowflakes have a lot of stickles glitter on them. The large snowflakes are nestabilities, and the small flakes and dripping snow are punches. I used the CTMH paper sets Jingle and Aspen and the CTMH stamp sets Say It in Style, Snow Friends, Santa's List, Magical Season, Holiday Joy, and Merry Pursuits.
I made this card for Jess's boyfriend, Neal. That's Neal making the goofy face and shaking hands with the hot dog, who is Jess during her internship with the Iowa Cubs. We took this just before Jess ran the QuikTrip race (and won) against the burrito and the egg roll.