Hello and happy Tuesday, more rain in the forecast today. I'm back today to share a card that I made that will be going postal for someone celebrating their birthday at the end of the month. I didn't follow a sketch challenge for this one instead I am sharing this card for the color challenge over at CAS-ual Fridays. The challenge was to use the colors navy, white and pink. I used one of my Crafter's Companion embossing folders for the first time called Chic, the wreath is a Memory Box die, stamped the sentiment on a Spellbinder's label die for the stamped sentiment. Thank you for your visit, hope you'll come back again soon.
It's Monday and the start of a new work week, lots going on. The weekend goes by so quick but I did manage to get a few cards in the mail and some made to share on the blog this week. Today I am sharing a Mother's Day card created using card sketch#96 for inspiration from Sketch N Scrap, papers, enamel dots and washi from Echo Park by Lori Whitlock. I used my SLICE to cut the pitcher and flowers, the SLICE is still one of my go to machines! I am also sharing this card for the Scraps of Color, first and third monthly challenge and the any holiday challenge#298 over at Hiding in my Craft Room. Take care and I hope you'll come back soon.
Hello and happy Sunday, I meant to post yesterday but time got away from me. Today I am sharing a card that I put together using sketch inspiration from challenge #218 from (CAS(E). I really like this sketch so I made two cards using paper from my scrap stash, on this card I stamped a sentiment and added a few gems. I think it looks better in person, it was cloudy outside when the picture was taken so it isn't as crisp. Thank you for your visit, best wishes to you and yours for a wonderfully blessed week.
Hello Thursday, can't believe how fast this week has flown by! I'm back today to share my very first Mother's Day for this year and since it is only a few weeks away I really need to step up my game and crank out some cards. Today's super simple but cute card was created using Mary's sketch #17 (I've used this sketch before) from Cardz TV. The pattern paper is from the Amy Tangerine Sketchbook 6x6 paper pad, the other papers came from a Momenta pad, both have been in my stash for a while. The focal point of this card for me is the hearts which symbolizes the love a mother has for her children. A few epoxy heart stickers and a stamped sentiment completes this card. Thank you for your visit and hope you'll come back soon.
Hello and happy Easter Monday, I hope that you had a wonderfully blessed day celebrating the resurrection of our savior. I am definitely tired as I went to my parents and helped my mom and had a long visit with one of my friends and didn't get home until after 11 pm. Today I am sharing a sunburst card that I created using a video shared by Joy from Obsessed with Scrapbooking. I like how it came out but I could use a little more practice on the technique. Take care and have a wonderful week.
Hello and Happy Resurrection, wishing you and yours a wonderfully blessed day. I am going to visit my parents again today, I don't feel like making the drive and nor will I arrive in time for church but I feel like I really need to spend more time with my family. Today I am sharing a super simple card that I just completed this morning, I only made two Easter cards this year so I didn't send any out. I used scrap paper from a Momenta 6x6 paper pad, one of my neglected embossing folders, the heart die cur came from the cricut Designer Calendar cartridge, a Gina Marie die for the slop and the sentiment was heat embossed. I am sharing this card for challenge #283 over at Freshly Made Sketches and challenge #312 over at Die Cuttin' Divas. Take care and have a good day.
It's Thursday and I'm feeling like I need at least two more days in my work week. I have been extremely busy, I guess it's good considering the fact that I am so sleepy. Today I am sharing a card that I made for one of my crafty friends using sketch #40 from Paper Play Sketches. The strips of pattern papers are left over from another project that I'll share later, the papers are from the Doodlebug take note 6x6 pad that was gifted to me. The stamped sentiment is from the Cardz TV favorite phrases set, the dress form is a Spellbinders die and the flowers are from Paper Studio. I'm also sharing this card for the flowers challenge over at Use Your Stuff. Thank you for your visit, hope you'll come back soon.