I have been like a card machine yesterday, making about 20 cards, and this is one of the cards. My friend Paula invited me to the Lower Hutt Christmas market, and we hope to sell some SU crafts that we have made. The stamp I used is a retired SU, but I couldn't resist using it because of the detail and coloring involved. I am sure, that whoever this card goes to will be very pleased.
Paper: Ski slope DSP, Riding hood red, baja breeze
Stamp: retired SU stamp, snow swirled (sentiment)
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
This triangle treat box was one of the storage ideas we made at the class. I experimented with daubing pastels on embossed image, central panel (was like applying make-up), and matched the embossed background with soft summer image. I complimented the paisley background with the paisley design from the DSP Raspberry Tart. I saw this box from Paula Ponders blog, but changed the measurements.
Stamp set: Soft sumer, curly stamp
Accessories: scallop edge, curly label punch, dimensionals, 1/4 grossgrain ribbon, small cellobag, pastels
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Paper: pretty in pink, walk in the park DSP, baja breeze
Stamps: oval all
Accessories: bling from prettiest kit, crop a dile, oval and oval scallop punch, piercing tool, large eyelets, and bashful blue 1/4 grossgrain ribbon
Saturday, November 14, 2009
I have made this card for a co-teacher of mine who gave me some materials for my research a few weeks ago. I forgot to post this, as this is the first time I have used this set. I will try to use it for some of my Christmas cards, as I plan to layer the circles so I could use our lovely punches.
Stamp set: Boho Backgrounds
Cardstock: whisper white on chocolate chip, circles are pacific point, baja breeze, and kraft.
Accessories: circle punches, and markers
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Cardstock: Apricot appeal, pacific point, and others
Accessories: blender pens, pastels, and embossig folder
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Hi everyone! I know I have been away for a month from blogging with a reason, I have done and dusted all my studying. This means, I will have more time for my love of crafting, YAY! To kick-off, I have decided to use a different colour combo using a different hostess set, Organic Grace (thanks Paula, for introducing this t me!) and great friend for the butterfly. Hope you like what I have come up with.
Stamp set: organic grace, great friend, best yet
Cardstock: Riding Hood Red, Very Vanilla, More Mustard, and Apricot Appeal, Tea Party DSP
Ink: Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Ruby Red
Accessories: soft subtles and earth elements brad, curly label punch, nesties, scallop edge