Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Coffee and a book (mark)

Here is the cute little bookmark card I made for a swap. I used the coffee stamp set from Skipping Stones Designs. I used the versa mark frost for the cups and the saying on the bazzill cardstock in artesian blue and the book mark itself is from the Bo-Bunny dot collection. I colored the poor little coffee lady with watercolor pencils and used some diamond stickles on her robe. Added a little prima in the corner with some bling and there ya have it. The book mark is held to the card with magnets.

Precious Little Prayers

I made this card for my friends daughter who has Leukemia. I thought the digi stamp looked a lot like her. She's such a fighter!

On the card the digi stamp is from Mo's digital pencil. The paper is some pink glittered paper called Princess Pixie Dust from the Princess Disney collection by EK Success. The card base is Bazzill Bling's Pink Cadillac. Had to put a little bling on the card as well. The digi stamp is colored with watercolor pencils.

A Sweet Thanks

I used the new donuts set from Skipping Stones Designs for this card. I used some brown sprinkle looking paper from my scrap stash, colored with water color pencils and stickled the sprinkles on the donut. The ribbon is from the $1.00 bins at Target and the blue paper is bazzill cardstock artesian pool color.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Bread recipe

I did this card for a swap I joined. The paper is by Die Cuts With A View and the cut is from the new From Your Kitchen cricut cart. I used diamond stickles to make it look like the glitter on the paper. Also used some ribbon from my stash. The blue paper the cut is out of is Bazzil.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

This is Halloween

Well Halloween is my FAVORITE time of year, hands down! I joined, or rather was roped into a halloween card swap by my bestie who was the host. Here is my submission:

Stamped image is from MTF stamps, the paper I got at Altered Art but forgot the name or who it's by, the cree goo is the Martha punch with green glitter paper from Walmart (don't ever buy this, it doesn't stick to things well) some purple ribbon from my stash and the flowers were also purchased from Altered Art a long time ago. My images were colored with watercolor pencils and then stickled with regular and distressed stickles. I even roughed up the edges with a nail file.