This card Chick Alizadeh did a while ago for the store. The heart print paper is cut the long way, 41/4 X 11. The top pink piece is added as a flap. The monkey is mounted on the black and only is attached to the top pink flap. There are a few saying that can be used in the inside.
Sunday, January 31, 2010
Friday, January 29, 2010
These two cards I did a while ago but I thought I would share them. The top card is pretty straight forward. The heart is an old earring I cut the back off of and the 'kiss me' is ribbon I bought.
The bottom card I used the Cuttlebug for the black corners and the frame is a large slide frame.
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
I stamped the circle design and the Be Mine with no idea in mind. I just started picking up scraps from my table and started layering the Spellbinder pieces I had laying there. I just got in the new Martha Stewart punches in the store and played with the heart corner punch. The little hearts around the Spellbinder cut out is the hearts from the corner punch. I am still not sure if i really like the corners added to this piece, but what the heck. The two stamps are from our store, which we offer just the rubber, rubber on cling foam or wood mount. Thanks for looking.
Saturday, January 23, 2010
Thursday, January 14, 2010
It is only 1 month before Valentine's Day!
Just another Valentine card. I used Spellbinders for the heart and labels for the image. In the flower department I found the pearls and just cut them to the size I wanted and then added seperate pearls at the bottom. I colored her with Copic markers.
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
I thought I would make a Valentine's Day card without hearts, my husband said some guys just don't care for hearts. Usually I don't put rubbon on a guys card but I just had too for this one, but I didn't put a bow on it at least. I colored around the words with Smooch, it was very easy. The bug was colored with Copic markers. I used Martha Stwart punches for the edges. I thought I cut the card stock the correct size but found that the sides didn't punch out right, so I cut them off between the corners.
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
I can't believe that January is almost half over. I thought I better get a couple of Valentine Day Cards posted. I will start with our little porker. I colored him with Copic markers.
I used Martha Stewat's grass punch. The bottom layer of the grass is the scrap that was left over when I punched out the grass I wanted. Just flipped it around and put it on the bottom. The grass spears aren't as thin but it fills in the bottom real good and it is better than throwing it away!
Saturday, January 09, 2010
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These 2 cards that Betty made can be used for a lot of ocassions, get well, birthday or Valentine's Day. She embossed the card with a Cuttlebug folder. She cut both centers out with a square Spellbinder's frames, punched holes in the corners and weaved in and out around the frame and knot it when you reach the beginning. The back is as pretty as the front.
She cut out the center with a rectangle Spellbinder frame and then punched the holes in the corners for the ribbon. She added a safety pin with beads.
This is the inside of the card, the ribbon is just as pretty.
With the weather getting colder here in Wisconsin, Betty made a couple of get well cards. She made a couple of different ideas with the same stamps. The jars on both cards are covered in lacquer. The background paper on both cards were inked with a small brayer.
On the first card Ian-fluenza was colored red but when Betty put on the lacquer, it turned it orange. She embossed their names on the background with white embossing powder.
The names were stamped with VersaMark on the background and embossed with white embossing powder under the jars.
This is the inside of the card, and it flips up for your personal note and signature.
Thursday, January 07, 2010
I thought I would share one of the gifts I made for a couple of my friends for their craft tables. I found the wooden boxes at Michaels. I did 2 sides on one sheet of paper ( I used Crygon paper ). I stamped and colored with Copic markers before I glued them on the box. I added clouds to the box and the lid so the lid would blend to the box better. I know I didn't use any of our stamps, I used mostly Stampscapes stamps, but I just love them too.
Spring / Summer side
Summer / Fall side
Top of box