Tuesday, June 29, 2010

New Design Team

Well it is that time again when Scrolls Work Stamp company is looking for a new design team. Go on over to their blog and sign up if you are interested. I have enjoyed working with their stamps and would urge you to check them out if you enjoy stamping! You can find all of the details in this blog post so go on over and see for yourself!
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Monday, June 28, 2010

Friendship Seeds

Today I have this friendship card to share with you. I really like the color combo for this one! If you like these stamps, then go over to Scrolls Work and pick them up for yourself. I used 2543 Leafy Flourish, 4504 Futterfly Bait and 1650 Dream Seeds. All of the papers and inks are by Stampin' Up! except for the shiny paper. If you are interested in this paper, then check out this post to see what I used. The punch is called sunburst by Fiskar.
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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Part 3

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The saga goes on if you care to hear my babble about how to create charms and clips for you paper crafting. Enjoy!
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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Father's Day 2010

I ran out of time on Sunday to post this so I will do it now. This is the card I made for my dad this year. I don't own many masculine stamps so I chose this music inpired one by SU! I used the watercolor technique and sponging to color the main image. Next I inked up my word background stamp by Scrolls Work and stamped the background to heat emboss it with clear embossing powder. Next I set to work with my home made glimmer sprays.
I usually don't show the inside sentiment of my cards but this one is a bit different since I used an old dictionary page. Enjoy!

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Saturday, June 19, 2010

How to create Charms, Head Pins and Paper Clips for Mini Scrap Books part 2

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Don't faint but I finally have part 2 fo the how to series on creating head pins, charms and paperclips for mini books/tags completed. Stay tuned for part 3.
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Friday, June 18, 2010

Sizzix Haul for my Cuttle Bug June 2010


Today I have a video of a haul I made for Sizzix dies that were on clearance. Check it out. The prices are wonderful!!! I purchased 1 Bigz xlong, 3 Bigz, 6 Originals and 3 sets of sizzlets for $60 some odd dollars.  That amount included the $9 for shipping too.
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Saturday, June 12, 2010

Tea Party Time

When I saw this stamp in the Scrolls Work catalog, it called my name! I usually host one or two teas each year and this stamp was perfect to use on an invitation. I heat embossed the image onto white card stock and colored it with my twinkling H2Os along with some of my home made twinkling H2Os. A little sponge work, a little vintage trim, some Story Book Cricut letters and a bit of bling finished the front.
On the inside, I used the Fresh Baked and Finial stamp from Scrolls Work along with a stamp from the Grand Soiree stamp set by Stampin' Up!
Scrolls Work Stamps -1470 Tea Room, 3095 Fresh Baked, 2505 Finial
SU! Sage Shadow card stock
Basic Black Paperbilities card stock
SU! Basic Gray ink
Black Stazon ink
Those pastries are making me hungry! Excuse me while I have a snack.  Enjoy!
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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Birthday Scrap

You may recognize some of the pieces from this card as my March birthday card from earlier in the year. I posted it here. I have a basket of bits and pieces from previous projects in my scrap room and decided to delve into it and make a project.  The flower was made by Tammy.  She's a cyber buddy and now real life friend. We crop together about once each week. I added a couple of silk leaves to make it a nice focal point on this card. Enjoy!
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Monday, June 7, 2010

June Rose Birthday

This is one of the birthday cards that I have sent out for my June birthday group at SCS Wish RAK. The designer paper and stamps are by SU! and the ribbon is Martha Stewart.  This starburst punch is from Fiskar. I know the shine does not show on the rose but it was colored with twinkling H2Os.  Enjoy!
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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Embossed Trash Can

I decorated this wooden trash can with stamped images, embossing powder and paint!  Watch the video for an explanation of the process to complete this project. 

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