Friday, November 30, 2012

Got Snowflakes?

Ever since I saw this fabulous shaped card by my friend Sarah,
I wanted to make one, too. Sarah loves making shaped cards as much as I do.

I bought the stamp when it was Hero Arts' Stamp of the Week--did you?--picked up 
the matching die and the fun began.


 After inking up the stamp, I spritzed it with water and then stamped it 
for a watercolored look. The sentiments are from a discontinued Hero Arts set.


I also stamped a few snowflakes without spritzing, but I like the melty snowflake look.
The snowflakes are a nice size and can be either a card or a tag.
And being "scissors impaired", I'm getting quite spoiled with stamps
that have matching dies!

Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a wonderful weekend!

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

CASE Study Challenge #118


I'm joining my first CASE Study Challenge! I follow Chupa and her work
always amazes me. I "know" some of the muses that were spotlighted,
but I've never entered a challenge. Until now.

When I saw Angeline Yong's fun and fabulous card, I couldn't resist.


And when I saw the CASE of her own card, I was in. Here's my card.


I pulled out my Reverse Wonky Rectangles dies, and I even made a glittery bird. 
But I think I need some Glitter Ritz to get the velvety texture which I sorely missed.

Thanks for stopping by today!
 
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Monday, November 26, 2012

believe!

Here's a card featuring Berry from Stacey Yacula's Sweetest Season collection.


Berry was colored with Copics and turned into a Polaroid. I attached it to a woodgrain embossed card base and tied some coordinating ribbon. Isn't he the sweetest?

You can find Berry and the rest of the Sweetest Season at Purple Onion Designs.
Remember to use the code HOL2012 at the checkout to receive 
a 25% discount on all stamps
It's a sweet deal that expires on Sunday, December 2nd.

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Sunday, November 25, 2012

A washi Christmas tree

Paper Crafts November 2012 Challenge is to use washi tape on your project and 
I wanted to join in and dehoard my stash of tapes.


After covering a piece of cardstock with different shades of green washi tape, I diecut PTI's christmas tree and attached it to kraft cardstock that was stamped with 
Hero Arts' woodgrain stamp. I added a few gems, a washi tape star, 
and the sentiment is from Paper Smooches.

I entered this just under the wire--tomorrow is the deadline!

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