Hello Tuesday, mild temps and no rain in the forecast. Today I am sharing a get well card using inspiration from sketch #107 over at Sketch N Scrap. I used paper scraps from the My Mind's Eye Happier 6x6 paper pad, a CTMH stamp gifted to me Felisa (one of my scrappin' besties) and some Echo Park enamel dots. I made this card for one of my co-workers who recently had surgery. I'm sharing this card for the Cardz TV Anything Goes Challenge #16 and the Super Scraps Saturday Challenge #322 over at Hiding in My Craft Room. Thank you for your visit and I hope you'll come back tomorrow for another card share from my One Sheet Wonder project.
Hello Monday, it is almost 2:00 in the morning and everyone in the house is awake. So I decided to share a project that I worked on over the weekend. One of my friends sent me a video last week with the one of the One Sheet Wonder card templates so I decided to try it. There are different variations of the same concept on YT. I used one sheet of pattern paper, stamps, die cuts and misc. embellishments from my stash. This project used note cards smaller than the normal A2 size cards, I made twenty cards. Take care and have a wonderful week.
Hello and happy Friday, more rain in the forecast; not sure whether it's enough to help with the low levels. Today's card is one that I put together for breast cancer awareness month using sketch #243 from CAS(E). I used scraps of paper from my stash, added some glimmer mist to the card base, cut the ribbon with my SLICE machine and the CTMH cricut cartridge to cut the sentiment. I am sharing this card for the breast cancer awareness challenges over at Cut it Up and Use Your Stuff. Wishing you and yours a wonderful weekend.
Hello and happy Thursday, more rain in the forecast for today. Today's project share is a LO using sketch inspiration from the sketch #138 over at Sketch N Scrap. I love how this LO came out and I am happy to report it marks my 20th LO of the year but I still have 32 more to complete by the end of the year. I am even further behind on my card challenge but I'm just going to keep pushing. The papers used on the LO came from the DCWV Elegant & Serene hot buy pad, I cut the title using my SLICE machine, used a WeR Memory Keepers die for the doily, and the jean flowers are from Recollections and Nicole. Thank you for your visit, please come again soon.
Hello Tuesday, more nice temps with rain in the forecast this afternoon. I'm back today to share another card. Today's card used sketch inspiration from the World Card Making Sketch #1 from Sketch N Scrap, they will be celebrating all month with a new sketch each Saturday this month I used mostly scraps of paper from my stash, the pattern paper came from an old K&Co Specialty pad; the sentiment stamp is Hampton Arts and the cross die is a Jillibean Soup die. Take care and have a terrific Tuesday.
Hello and happy Monday, cloudy and rain in our area today. We still have rather mild temps so no need for jackets and long sleeves yet! Today I am sharing a card that I created using last week's sketch from Tuesday Morning Sketches. The paper, washi tape and epherma came from the Simple Stories Hello Fall collection and the Recollections wooden dots have been in my stash for a while. I am sharing this card for the Anything Goes Challenge #15 over at Love to Craft Challenge Blog. Take care and have a wonderful week!
Hello and happy Sunday, I was so busy trying to create yesterday that I didn't take the time to post. I was up into the wee hours of the morning on google hangout with one of my scrappin BFFs. I ended my day by finishing four signature simple cards but she did manage to get more cards done! Today I am sharing a card that I created using this month's sketch over at Die Cuttin' Divas. I used more paper from the Jillibean Saffron Yellow Pepper Soup paper pad, the umbrella die from the April Showers cricut cartridge, a stamped sentiment from the Cardz TV Blessings set and some enamel dots. Thank you for your visit and I hope you'll come back soon.