Tuesday, October 13, 2009

"Some Bunny Loves You" card

This is a card that I made for a challenge. The challenge was to make a card using the my cricut for the design on the front of the card. This was an Easter card that I came up with. I used the George and Basic Shapes cart for the heart shaped carrot, and I used the Home Decor solutions cart for the green "leafy" flourish. The printed tabs read "Some Bunny Loves You".

Cartes Noires ATC

This was an ATC swap for one of my online groups. The swap title was "Cartes Noires" (which I had to actually google, just to make sure I didn't goof!)which is black and white or black and cream. I need to work on my photography skills, I know. But the details that did not really show up, are: the cream panel is actually an embossed wallpaper remnant with a damask print that can be seen in a shift of light. The letter stickers that I used are glittered, and there is a large black rhinestone above the stamped image. 

Thanks so much for looking!

Colorwash-embossed card #1

This is a card from a class that I took at Scrapper's Edge. The photo does not do it justice. The embossed panel in the center, behind the medallion is a color wash done with Twinkling H2O's. The medallion stamp itself, was also painted with Twinkling H2O's. The card was easy, fun and pretty quick to make. It was designed by the instructor,  Sondra Kirtley of Scrapper's Edge. 

 This is the second card that I made in Sondra's class. I love the look of the embossed background on the deep chocolate paper. The stamped image is painted with Twinkling H2O's as well.
Below, is my third and final card from Sondra's class. This panel on the right hand side was a Twinkling H2O's color wash, that was then embossed with the cuttlebug after the color wash dried  Very easy to make and very pretty when it sparkles in the light.

No More Naked Blog...

Okay, I am going to attempt to upload some images of some of my recent projects. So hopefully I can figure this out and I will no longer have a sad, naked blog...SUCCESS! That was easier than I thought! This was my name tag that I made for the Redwood Coast Polymer Clay Guild. Not too shabby for a clay newbie, huh? Thanks so much for looking everyone!