Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Yea, it's Midnight Madness Sketch challenge day!! I decided to use the color challange colors on Splitcoaststampers with the sketch for MMS3. I love this dp from Basic Grey and I used a combination of copic markers and some SU markers to get the colors I needed.
I love Tuesdays because two of my favorite challenges take place. This is for the Flourishes' Timeless Tuesday challenge. This week Connie, the guest hostess, has challenged us to use sponging. I have to share with you as well, a new digital company that my dear sister, Lynn has pointed out to me : Angel's Landing. I used the quilted pierced diamond background for my card that I purchased from the site.
I used this card for the button challenge that can be found this week over at http://stampinoutalzheimers.ning.com/. I encourage you to go donate towards this great cause and also to take part in the great challenges going on at that site set up until May 31.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
This is for the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge #2. You can find that challenge here. I used my new EK punch, these great gold leather leaves, and some grunge board. The rose is from Flourishes as is the flourishy background. I love black, white, and red as a color combo and thought it fit well into my design. The added gold pen added a touch of glamour. I used my copic markers to do the coloring. I would love to take one of those copic classes to improve on my skills, but I am doing a lot of practicing. I used the 00 pen to lighten up areas on the rose and I also used a white galaxy marker to make the highlights on the rose.
Monday, May 18, 2009
This card was made for this week's MOJO87 challenge. These are some of my favorite of color combinations and I'm having a great time with my new Garden Greetings stamp set I got a few weeks ago. I used soft sky ink, then rock and rolled the stamp into baja breeze, and then used my buckaroo blue around the edges.
Friday, May 15, 2009
This is done on mellow moss paper although it looks like kraft in this photo. Little Sammy is delivering this gift wrapped nut to you!! I used some Basic Grey dp for the background panel and used some of my new copic markers to color in Sammy, a digital image from
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
This is for the new Kitchen Sink Crew Challenge. Connie wanted cut out images on the entries, so I used the graduation set and the rose set to make this gradutation card. I scored the background panel with my Scor-Pal.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
I'm a day late on the Mojo Monday challenge but loved this sketch so got right on it today. I used the rock and roll technique with these stamps to get the soft sky and always artichoke blend on it. This is one of my favorite Stampin' Up sets that I wish had not retired. I thought it went well with this design paper.
Friday, May 8, 2009
This card is for the challenge that is going on at Our Daily Bread. I so enjoyed my visit to their blog because of the beautiful music. This is my scripture card for this week. I love music and this verse reflects the only requirement God has for the music we make. He doesn't require it be of top quality, excellently sung, He only requires we make it joyfully. These stamps are from Our Daily Bread and I love that they have used their talents to glorify God's words in their stamps. They have some gorgeous images and of course, some very powerful words of truth that God has given us. Bless them for making these available to us, and may their efforts be blessed abundantly.
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
I haven't gotten the chance to do a MOJO challenge in some time. But tonight seemed like the perfect time. I used some of my Basic Grey paper from the Sultry tablet I have and this is the only Verve stamp I have in my collection so far. Waiting for an order because I finally fit some new ones into my stamping budget this month. I added rhinestones on the cross to pick up on the pinks in this card. I love the style I find in the Verve stamps and Julee uses such a pretty font on her sentiments. You can find the MOJO challenge here.
Monday, May 4, 2009
This is a wonderful new image from Digital Stamp Oasis. I cut out a black graduation hat from cardstock to add to little Susie's head. Having been a kindergarten teacher for over 20 years, I just thought this image would make the cutest little graduation card for this big event in some little one's great accomplishment of completing and surviving their first year of school.