Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Pile it on: Flowers and Flourishes
Color Chef: Ocean, Cranberry and White Daisy
Mojo Monday: Sketch
Cuttlebug Spot: Winter
Pollycraft Monday Challenge: Christmas
The supplies used for this card are:
Cardstock (Ocean, Cranberry, White Daisy)-Close to my Heart, Exclusive Inks Stamp Pads (Ocean, Cranberry, Grey Wool, Orange, Chocolate)-Close to my Heart, Exclusive Inks Marker(Grey Wool)-Close to my Heart, Stamp Sets (All Decked Out, Holiday Trinkets)-Close to my Heart, Flower(from Mini Medley, Chocolate Shades Collection)-Close to my Heart , The Essential Glue Pad, Cuttlebug Embossing Folder (Snowflakes), Art Glitter (Crystal), rhinestone-KaiserCraft.
Thanks for looking!
Don't miss out on Holiday Heyday from Close to my Heart. Lots of great items on clearance for as much as 80% off! Go to shellydavis.myctmh.com now for the best selection!
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
This last card is the thank you card that I am putting in with all of the orders that were placed through me this month. It is a 3x3 card made from juniper cardstock, the polka dot paper is from the Jingle paper pack, both are from Close to my Heart. The sentiment is from the Fringed Phrases set, also from CTMH. The snowflake is a Martha Stewart punch and the glitter is Platinum from Art Glitter.
I think that this will be the last post containing artwork until after Thursday. My craft table is where we'll be eating so I've got to get it all cleaned off. Thanks for looking! Have a great Thanksgiving!
Monday, November 23, 2009
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Monday, September 21, 2009
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Friday, May 1, 2009
Harper arrived on Monday April 13 at 7:52 am via c-section. Everyone is doing great. It was a little bit of a rough start but big brother Connor has now fully accepted her and he gets along well with her, as long as she's not crying ;)
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
The first sketch is by Amy R. I used the Loves Me paper line by Imaginisce and the Dream Wishes Stamp set from Close to my Heart. I cut the flowers and leaves from the Imaginisce paper and I embossed the pink strip with a Cuttlebug embossin folder and then inked it with CTMH Chocolate Exclusive Inks Stamp pad. I also used the Chocolate Ink to stamp the image and the Baby Pink and Hollyhock markers to color it in.
The second card is for the mojo monday week 78 sketch. I used the printed papers from the Key to my Heart paper pack that Close to my Heart had as a promotion for National Papercrafting Month. I also used Tulip and Colonial White cardstock and the Bird Basics stamp set. I stamped the bird using CTMH inks Creme Brulee, Tulip and Chocolate. The ribbon is from Hobby Lobby and the brad (for the bird's eye) is from a LSS. I was really pleased with the way this one turned out because I had a little "help" on it, as in my 2 yr old son thought he needed to do the stamping on it. I got my own giggles out of the whole thing too because he kept calling the bird a duck and making quacking noises. It was a fun way to spend some mommy/son time.
I'm definitely going to have to do these sketch challenges more often. I don't usually get this creative on my own but I'm really proud of these two cards. Thanks to Amy and Julee for their great sketches!
One more thing, you have got to go check out Crafty Goings On at charmedcrafts.blogspot.com. They have an amazing blog candy giveaway going on right now. Way too good to even think about passing on. Go, now!
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Sunday, March 1, 2009
Its almost time for the March workshop! Here are the pictures of the project (using the Rough N Tumble paper pack). These are base of the pages which is what we'll actually be putting together the night of the workshop. Everyone will also get the matching My Stickease cardstock stickers so they can embellish the pages and add pictures once they get home. Keep an eye out because I'm in the process of embellishing these pages and adding pictures and once I'm done, I will re-post them so that you can see what they look like fully completed. I have to give a big thanks to Amy Hervey, fellow CTMH consultant, for sharing this concept.