Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Hello Who

Hello, Currie made this card with Crackerbox Palace stamps and used Copic markers to color it.  She kept matting the image until she was happy and did a very good job and brining out the colors with her matting. Around the 'hello' and on the dark card stock she ran Tim Holtz edge scrapper to add some texture.  She punched holes on top of the card and ran jute through each one of them and tie it.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

All Week...Randall


Currie made this card with Randall from Crackerbox Palace. She stamped and colored this guy a lot of times not to lose his eyes with over coloring.  Finally got the idea of using a small hole punch and tape white paper with new eyes on back of image.  Storybook cartridge from Cricut for shapes and Copic markers for color.  She put brads at the top in the sampe color of paper because it needed something.
I think she did a great job on this. When you see it in real life, the eyes really show up and your eyes are drawn to Randall and his mask is the focal point. I will try to show you with a close up of Randall.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Thank You Flowers

Here is a thank you card I made from Crackerbox Palace stamps, and I colored it with Copic markers.
I used Spellbinders to mat the saying and the image.  I used all white flowers but colored one of the flowers with the darkest color Copic marker I used for the jar.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Hello Triple Fold

Buttons, Brads and Bows- there is a lot on this card to look at!
Currie made this card to say Hello.  I found it very interesting to look at.  I like cards that I really have to look at to see everything, and this is one of them.
Currie used Copic markers and ink pad for distressing.  She kept matting the stamped images until she was happy.  She used Tim Holtz edge scrapper on the dark gray mat and on the Hello sign. Punched holes on top to sew the jute.

This is the back, she even made this side interesting! This card you can look at for a while and find new things.  All stamps are from Crackerbox Palace stamps.

Birthday Acetate

Thisis a card that Claudia Schroedl made from acetate. The card is laying on a sheet of red card stock.  She masked the bottom part of the stamp, (which she stamped on the inside).  She stamped the saying on the purple card stock and then on black card stock and cut out the words 'bad & good' and used pop dots to put them on the card.
This is the inside of the card.  'Happy Belated Birthday' is glued on the inside in the same place the as the saying on the front of the card.  The 'I forgot your age' which is on the same stamp as the saying on the front is glued in the same spot as the front saying also.

Friday, May 07, 2010

Home Sweet Home

Currie made this cute wall hanging by cutting a square from printed paper and a triangle for the roof and stamped the decoration.  She cut the door and added a brad for the door knob and cut the windows and added square brads.  Stamp and color the background scene before you glue the house to the board.  All the stamps she used was Crackerbox Palace stamps and she used Copic markers to color in the image.

Monday, May 03, 2010

Birthday Cup Cake

Since Currie made this, and her daughter Allie had a birthday this weekend I thought I would post this.
Isn't this a great idea if you want to give someone just a little more than a card?
The card is made out of Coredinations, colored with Copic markers and the stamps are
Crackerbox Palace.
Happy 5th Birthday Allie!

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