Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Surfin' Madison

I know you have seen a lot of cards made from Currie Churchill, this card was given to me by her daughter, Madison who is 9 years old.  I think she did a great job on this card.
She stamped the image on the card stock and cut out the bottom of the girl.
She wrinkled up white card stock and wiped an ink pad over the creases for the water.
The sand is colored with an ink pad and cut out and put behind her girl.
The surf board is stamped, colored and cut out with Crystal Effects put on the red.
Thank you Madison for the great card.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Accident Tag

Currie made this card for her sister Dana when she decided to catch a falling bulletin board with her face at her own son's gymnastics class.
She used the Cricut cartridge "Just Because" cards to cut out the shape of the tag.
She punched holes around the card and sewed together with twine.
She put an eyelet on the tag and put a red ribbon through it and stapled it with the Tim Holtz stapler, love those little staples!
She stamped the images, and colored them.
She stamped the saying and cut it apart.  The first part of the saying she put on the front of the tag and used Tim Holtz Fragments over the words.  The second part she stamped for the inside of the tag.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Holy Cow Birthday cow

First I want to say that I am sorry for the delay on posting.
I have had problems with an upgrade, computers just don't listen very well.
But Currie has come up with a great birthday card for you.
The brown background card is embossed with the Cuttlebug and with a Cuttlebug folder.
She cut out the white card stock for the image and used Tim Holtz distress tool on the edges.
She stamped and embossed the cow stamp then colored it.
The Holy Cow birthday stamp is one stamp. She masked it and stamped the 'HOLY COW' in black and then she stamped 'another birthday' in red.
She stippled distress ink around the edges and punched the holes for the play on words.
She added a Tim Holtz acrylic piece over the words that make them stand out.
The last thing was to punch a hole in the corner and add an square eyelet and put the ribbon through.


Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Happy Halloween Kids

It has been cool her in WI and starting to feel like fall, so I thought we might get ready for Halloween.
I used the layout template that I found in one of the magazines.
All of the stamps are from Crackerbox Palace. The oval is cut from Spellbinders.
Thanks for stopping by.

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