Here is my entry for the Bellarific challenge this week. I chose Dandelion Bunches. I didn't have much time. There is a little glitter on them. I used this card as a wedding card. I used a MS punch for scalloped bottom .
A friend at work asked if I would make a card for her cousin that just had a baby boy. I made 2 cards so she could pick which one she liked best. She took both. The images and ribbon on both cards are from CTMH. The "love" tag is from Stamping Bella, and the "it's a boy" is from the dollar store. I coloured with Prismas and blended with OMS and I used a couple of punches to cut out the images.
I went to a baby shower yesterday. This is the card I gave her. I used a CTMH stamp set. I coloured with Prismas and blended with OMS. The bottle is from Stamping Bella. The sheer ribbon is from CTMH and the polka dot ribbon is from the dollar store.
Here is my entry for this weeks challenge. I liked this card until I put liquid applique on the muffin top for icing. Now I think she looks like she is holding a bowl of sparkly popcorn. Maybe I shouldn't have usesd the heat on it. Oh well, better luck next time. As usual I coloured with Prismas and blended with OMS, I used my MS loop punch and my SU window punch. She is called Matilda Muffinbread.
This is a Tilda I bought in the summer. She is Tilda w/ Hearts. I coloured with Prismas and blended with OMS. The paper, cardstock, ribbon and flower are from SU. The brad is from CTMH. I glittered up her wings with my Stamping Bella glitter.
My neighbour Melissa makes the best pecan tarts. She sends over a plate every couple of weeks. I shouldn't be eating them, but I just can't resist. Good thing I have my first Yoga class tonight. (wish me luck) Hopefully I can still move tomorrow. Anyway, Melissa made some tarts for me to take to my monthly scrap club and they were a huge hit. I made this card for her. I didn't have a tart stamp, but I thought that Harriet Lulu would work. (I think she has muffins on her tray though) I coloured with Prismas and blended with OMS. I used CTMH glitter on her dress and flowers in her hair and liquid glass on the "tarts". The paper is from the Basic Grey Bittersweet pack. The ribbon is from CTMH. I used my spellbinders for the oval and tag.
I made this card for the weekly challenge on Karen's blog. Hopefully I'm not too late. This stamp is from CTMH. I coloured with Prismas and blended with OMS. The paper is from the Basic Grey Lemonade pack.
This is a Designs by Leere stamp I bought at Pointer's. It's called Coffee Girls. This is a card for my sister April. I coloured with Prismas and blended with OMS. I used a MS punch for the scalloped bottom. The paper is from the Nana's kitchen pack. The ribbon is from the dollar store. I used a clear glaze pen on the mugs and glasses.
I made this card for my parent's anniversary. It is a Sarah Kay image called A Kiss For Chloe. I coloured with Prismas and blended with OMS. The paper is from the Basic Grey Bittersweet paper pack. The flower brads are from the dollar store. I used my new punch from SU to clip the corners. I found Paula's grass technique on SCS and tried my darnest to follow the steps. I think I've got alot of practicing to do.
Well my youngest sister is starting university this week. I made this card for her. I borrowed this Tilda from my friend Christine. I bought the book stamp at Michael's. It was in a clearance bin and I think it only cost me $1.50. I coloured with Prismas and blended with OMS. The paper is CTMH and the buttons are from the dollar store.
I went to Scrapbook for the Cure awhile ago, and my friend Christine brought this little Tilda with Cowberry muffin. She had her stamped and sewn and asked me if i would like her. Of course I would! All I had to do was colour and find some matching paper. She has a little glitter on her wings and muffin top.
I made this card for my brother-in-laws birthday. Simple, simple. I cut out the letters on my Cricut and ran the golf ball through the swiss dots folder for the Cuttlebug. Cut out a triangle shape for the flag and Voila!
Welcome to my Blog! I'm glad you stopped by to see my creations. I started this Blog after much pressure from my scrapbooking friends (Christine).
Please feel free to browse and use my ideas if you see anything you like, but please give credit where it's due, and of course I will always reciprocate!
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