Thursday, December 31, 2009

Hydrangea bouquet...

This is one of my all time favorite outline images. This time I stamped the vase with flowers and the greeting in Night of Navy ink. I used colored pencils to complete this monochromatic look. (my favorite ;o) The white panel is popped up using Dimensional Dots.
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another Fundraiser...

I created this simple little card for a Fundraiser for our Senior Center. After my last class for 'o9, I asked anyone that would like to make a card, to donate $1.00/card. I donated all supplies and was able to give the Center $25 from the ladies. Very little stamping here: the snowman is actually a die-cut playing card. Notice the Joker over the the right. We stamped the snowflakes for the background, tore white CS to create the snowdrift and added glitter to the torn edge. I had several greetings for them to choose from. I was very pleased!
Thank you to all that help support the Center!
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Friday, December 18, 2009


This card is a prime example of how Stampin' Up's coordinating products makes card making easier. I used CS, grosgrain ribbon and ink all in Always Artichoke for this monochromatic card.Posted by Picasa

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Live, Laugh and Love...

I stamped an entire sheet of CS with these flower images. I used colored pencils and colored them in all shades of pink, blues, purples, orange, yellow. I love this color combo!
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Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Alternative ideas..

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I purchased the Country Living Kit last year. It's suggested use was for Winter Holiday projects. I designed these cards as an alternative way to use the stamp set included.Posted by Picasa

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