Friday, July 31, 2015
Good morning! Today is an extra special day because it is this awesome lady's birthday!
Susan is such a sweet caring person, and I am blessed to create for her!
So in her honor, the team has put together a birthday blog hop!
You should be coming to my blog from Stacey Schafer's blog.
I created a card that has everything I love as a crafter....glitter, water colors, flowers, vintage, and a shaker element! The cute teapot is part of Jane's Doodle's Tea Time set. It was colored using my Kuretake water colors.
I added a glittery Spellbinder's die to the top and bottom, added my sequins, and a sentiment from SRM's, We've Got Your Border collection.
I think Susan will know it is a card from me right away! LOL!
Your next stop is my good friend Shantaie Caudill Fowler's blog!
Happy Birthday again to you sweet Susan!!
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Good morning fellow crafters!
Have you seen these new bags from SRM Stickers? I love all things floral, so the minute they arrived at my doorstep, I knew I had to create with them!
They don't need much dressing up, but I knew I wanted to add another flower and a sentiment to the top of the bag. I used Jane's Doodles stamp set called, Fancy Doodles. I stamped them in Versamark and heat embossed them in white. I water colored and fussy cut them.
I added ribbon, rustic twine, and a sentiment from the We've Got Your Border (bright) collection.
If you love flowers, these little bags are perfect!
Enjoy your day and thanks so much for stopping by!
Friday, July 24, 2015
I am up on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Blog today. I am sharing a full step by step tutorial on how to create this fun plaid background. I used the new Home and Hobby double sided tapes. I've used this technique before on THIS card!
I've also used a few of my other favorite products from Spellbinders and SRM Stickers!
Be sure to pop on over the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L blog!
Have a great weekend my friends!
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Good morning! I have a retro glam card to share with you today! It uses a fun image from the Girlfriend's Creative Scraps collection, by Crafty Secrets. I dolled it up a bit by using a doily that peeks out from underneath, a couple of red roses, ribbon, and a few rhinestones.
I love that making a card takes so little time, because the image itself is so cute!
Cort is slowly healing, but definitely feeling more like herself these days. She requested that she "model." So I dolled her up and shot a few pictures of her.
Here is one of her "Glamour Girl" shots!
Saturday, July 18, 2015
Good morning! Yesterday, I was up on the SRM Blog with this little number.
I am on the 2015-2016 design team for SRM, and couldn't be more thrilled!
I used a new set by Jane's Doodles called, Fancy Doodles.
For all of the info and details of how I created the card, pop on over to the SRM Blog!
Have a wonderful weekend my friends!
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Good morning! I finally got myself motivated to take pictures of my cards.!
I used my Spectrum Noir markers to bring the roosters to life.
Once I was satisfied with the colors of the roosters, I took Cotton Candy Stickles and painted it on. It gives the color a bit more pop and of course a bit of sparkle too!
I matted the image using a Spellbinder's die.
Behind the die cut rectangle is rooster paper that you can find HERE.
A bit of ribbon, a fancy glass doo dad, and a few rhinestones were added as finishing touches!
I am excited to tell you that Cort's wound is healing and she gets to go back to school today!
She is so happy to see her friends and teachers!
This has been a long journey for her, and it does my heart good to see her happy and smiling again.
Have a great day my friends!!!
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Every now and then I get myself one of those fancy after dinner drinks. You know what I am talking about right? The coffee with a little Kahlua or Baily's or something?
So this shaped card was inspired by my apparent love for alcohol!
I created this awhile back when I was on the Splitcoast Dirty Dozen team. I used my Cricut, but can not remember for the life of me which cartridge I used. I have since converted to a Silhouette gal!
I used lots and lots of liquid applique for the froth.
While it was still warm I sprinkled it with glitter.
I added a bit of ribbon, a paper flower, and a sentiment from My Craft Spot. (Shop website seems to be down)
I gotta confess that lately I am a lazy, lazy blogger! If someone could just come here and take the pictures of my cards and write my blog posts, that would be great!
I have no shortage of cards, I create them and pile them up in my craft room.
What the heck is wrong with me?