Laynee was here on Saturday and we made cards for her teacher and grandparents. I did the cutting of the dies and she did the assembly...all by herself!
She's a post girl for "All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth!" this year!
Monday, December 9, 2013
|I have put away most of my Christmas stuff (hopefully until next year!). This is a recycled Christmas card front from last year. I added some MS branches, centered it on cardstock and added some rhinestones and also used a Hero Arts stamp for background.|
|This can be used for money or a card. For the Michael's card...I glued part of the opening down so it didn't get "lost" in the shuffle.|
Saturday, December 7, 2013
|Today's inspiration comes from Hollander's. I chose this paper because I loved the colors.|
I used my very first stamping set, Morning Glories (1999) and another oldie but goodie, Beyond Basics (2001). Can you believe I still have them!!!
This card is for a dear friend whose birthday is coming up. It was nice to work on something other than Christmas, but then, I remembered another friend I forgot...so back to Christmas! (This will make 62 cards I made and sent!!!) I am blessed with good people in my life...thank you good people everywhere!
and, then...I was inspired by this bunny to try out my new bunnie dies from Impression Obsession. Aren't they adorable!
Friday, December 6, 2013
|GailNM is today's QFTD. What an awesome gallery.|
I chose this sweet peaceful scene to case.
Since I recently got the village I decided to do a mirror effect and see if I could pull it off. Therefore, the peaceful scene Gail created with the deer and tree inspired me.
Gail, your gallery is chock full of beauties! Enjoy your reign!
I just finished up this card (and all my Christmas cards, I hope!). How timely is that! The only stamping was the sentiment.
Made these three this morning while waiting for the challenge to be posted....glad I used that holly!
Thursday, December 5, 2013
|Today's WT challenge is to stamp on script.|
Years ago (maybe 10), I asked my aunt who is a pianist/organist for some old music sheets. One of the folders she gave me was called "Moonlight and Roses". I had to go to the attic to find it!!! Note the copyright under the number 25...coincidence? Who knows! Hope you like it...btw, this is going to that same aunt...the sheet was from her aunt!!!