Thursday, 30 August 2007
I coloured the flowers and leaves with a blender pen. The In Colour does not come in markers.
Do you regonize the horizontal strip? It was the leftover piece that I used for the water bottle . I think this will match the water bottle nicely.
Stamps-In The Spotlight and Artfully Asian
Papers-blue bayou, soft sky and whisper white
Inks-blue bayou, soft sky, river rock and groovy guava
Accessories-1/4" grosgrain ribbon and blender pen
Tuesday, 28 August 2007
Friday, 24 August 2007
For the boys.
For the girls.
Thursday, 16 August 2007
Tuesday, 14 August 2007
Stamp-Bundle of Joy
Papers-wild wasabi, river rock, whisper white, chocolate chip and Special Delivery Boy pattern paper
Inks-basic black, wild wasabi, groovy guava and chocolate chip
Accessories-1/4" grosgrain ribbon, coluzzle cutting system, brads, corner punch, ticket punch, and 1/16" punch
Sunday, 12 August 2007
Saturday, 11 August 2007
Isn't this bag a beauty? It is so cute. This bag can hold 8 note cards and envelopes. I used a retired Simply Scrapin Kit to make this set. Want to learn how to make this set? Come to my class. We'll be using a current Simply Scrapin' Kit. It will be on September 15 on Saturday at 1-3 pm. Email me if you are around the Greater Vancouver area. Please, RSVP for this class.
Wednesday, 8 August 2007
Papers-soft sky and whisper white
Inks-blue bayou and soft sky
Accessories-1/4" grosgrain ribbon
Tuesday, 7 August 2007
Trying out my new coluzzle cutting system. I like this cutting tool alot. It is so much easier to make a cirlce or oval for a card. I used to make my own and it was not as nice.
Papers-whisper white, wild wasabi, and designer paper
Inks-soft sky, wild wasabi, groovy guava, purely pomegranate and basic black
Accessories-1/4" grosgrain ribbon, brads, and coluzzle cutting system
Another simple card. I don't use buttons often but this card needed something on the small flower so that was what I put in the middle.
Stamps-Pick A Petal and Baroque Motifs
Papers-whisper white and Soft Sky
Inks-purely pomegranate, groovy guava and basic black
Accessories-gingham ribbon, button and mini glue dots
Monday, 6 August 2007
For the stem on this card I just cut a strip of designer paper and glued it on.
Stamps-Pick a Petal, Baroque Motifs, In The Spotlight, Artfully Asian and
Papers-certainly celery, bashful blue, almost amethyst and designer papers
Inks-basic black, river rock, and wild wasabi
Accessories-grosgrain ribbon and circle punch
The demo one. This was what the hostess got. I give everything I demo at a workshop to the hostess.
Stamp-In The Spotlight
Papers-certainly celery, choco chip, whisper white and designer papers
Inks-basic black, regal rose, so saffron and certainly celery
Accessories-staples, dimensionals, corner punch and 1/4" grossgrain
Sunday, 5 August 2007
Stamps-In the Spotlight and Artfully Asian
Papers-certainly celery, groovy guava and designer papers
Inks-purely pomegranate and basic black
Accessories-brads, 1/16" punch and 1/4" grosgrain ribbon
Friday, 3 August 2007
These were the cards from swaps of retired stamp sets. I mounted them and sold them for very cheap.
The wedding was small but beautiful. They had the ceremony in Queen Elizabeth Park at the Rose Garden. It was a Scottish wedding and there was a guy playing a bag pipe for the music. The groom and groomsmen wore kilts.
Stamps-Baroque Motifs and All Year Cheers 3
Papers-Night of Navy and Whisper White
Inks-Night of Navy and Purely Pomogranate
Asseccories-Dimensionals and Grosgrain ribbon
Thursday, 2 August 2007
This was before I glue the flowers together
These are the finished paper clips. I hot glued the flowers together sandwitching the paper clip and ribbon. I gave one to everyone who attended my open house on Saturday.
This was what I did. I stamped the flowers with Basic Black then coloured it in with Tempting Turquois marker. After I had done this I realized that I could have just stamped with black ink onto the Tempting Turquois cardstock then cut them out. I didn't have to do the extra step. You can see the finished card at the previous post.
Jarod and Faith helped put the brads on the flowers. I'm so glad they helped me. It would have taken me forever to finish.