Monday, September 22, 2008
(All the cards were designed by the demonstrator & host, Rhonda)
The last card was the only one I didn't really like what I did in the class, I came home and made some minor tweaks, and it became this:
(And for those curious, one or more stamps from each of these sets were used to make these:
Cheers to You, Big Bold Birthday, Flight of the Butterfly, Inspired by Nature, Upsy Daisy, Say it with Scallops, Thank You Kindly, Heard from the Heart, Flower Fancy, & Punches Three)
It was a great fun- can't wait for the next one. But for now- to decide which ones I want to get... Decisions! Decisions!
Until next time!
I was feeling a little Asian inspired this weekend, the past couple of weeks I had picked up the "Asian Elements" set from Hero Arts, and the "Asian by Design" set from Inkadinkado.
First the Inkadinkado set:
The bamboo on this set is a little larger than most stamps, so the I had to make a card to accommodate it. I think it's 6"x4.25". The red square is a seal stamp my dad made me (& for those of you wondering its my name in Chinese)
Now with the left over green card stock from the card above, I made this 2"x 4.25" card, with the Asian Elements stamps. I also used some clear glaze to make the owl pop out & shine!
This cute card was for our niece who turned one a week ago, not the best picture I could have taken- the light was off (probably because it was about midnight when I was taking it!)
Supplies: Yours to Take (Penny Black), Soft Swirls (Stampin' Up!)
Next post, pictures from a Stampin Up! class...
Thanks for stopping by!
Monday, September 15, 2008
Supplies: Scroll Tree (Hero Arts)
Here is how the box opens up, with the cards inside:
and the individual card, all four in the set are the same:
Supplies: Flourish (EK Success)
I didn't stop there! I then found my way over to Lauren Meader's blog, and she discovered a great find at Target! Naturally, it made me want to go out and find for myself as well! The discovery? Disney Princess clear stamps!
I had just stamped and colored the princesses before I knew what I wanted to do with them before I made another matching set of cards in a box.
Supplies: Tiara (EK Success)
Supplies: Princesses (EK Success)
Whew! I had a busy weekend- but loads of fun stamping away! Let's hope for another productive crafting week- my goal this week is to get back into working on some scrapbook pages that have pushed to the back burner with my recent surge of cards!
Until next time- Happy Stamping!
Monday, September 8, 2008
Here are the rules:
- The winner can put the logo on their blog
- Link the person who you received the award from
- Nominate at least 7 other blogs
- Put those links to those blogs on yours
- Leave a message to those you have nominated on their blog
1. Jenn @ KiyomiKrafts2. Dawn @ Dawn's Stamping Thoughts
3. Taylor @ Taylored Expressions
4. Julee @ Poetic Artistry
5. Beate @ fresh & fun
6. Lauren @ My Time, My Creations, My Stampendence
7. Heather @ Scrapbook Bakery
Thanks for all the great inspiration!!
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Supplies: ClearDesign Joyful Greetings (Hero Arts), Swiss Dots embossing folder (Cuttlebug-Provocraft), Scallopped Squares (Nestabilities-Spellbinders)
Supplies: Santa's Hat; Santa's Coat; Santa's Boots; Holiday Messages with Bracket (all Hero Arts); Snowflakes embossing folder (Cuttlebug-Provocraft), Liquid Applique (Marvy Uchida)
Supplies: Winter Penguin; Good Cheer (both Hero Arts); D'vine Swirls embossing folder (Cuttlebug-Provocraft)
Supplies: Scroll Tree; flourishes from ClearDesign Joyful Greetings (Hero Arts); Liquid Applique (Marvy Uchida)
I also did this one for the challenge too- just didn't have it finished when I posted the others here:
Supplies: Scroll Tree (Hero Arts); Stickles glittler glue
**Here is another one that I did in the last few days, Hero Arts is also doing a contest to win a day on the blog in December with one of the artists, we just have to use products from the Winter 2008 catalog... with that said, I went to my local stamp store and picked up this one and was playing with my Cuttlebug and tried it with a piece of acetate/transparency- I really like how it turned out!
Supplies: ClearDesign Jolly Christmas (Hero Arts), Snowflake embossing folder (Cuttlebug-Provocraft)
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