Saturday, November 22, 2014

November 22, 2014 Let it Snow


Every month I do a  1-1 swap  with Technique Junkies where you have to use a technique from Technique Junkies - well I have been a subscriber for many years so it is not hard for me to find a technique that I haven't tried - or one that I have tried and really enjoyed.  This month my swap partner was a former angel - Carol Norby so I made this card for her  - a zig zag accordian card with an easel on the back for sitting it up for display.  My stamps are from AMuse Studio and SU - paper from my stash and then I got out my different sizes of snowflake punches and used some blue glitter paper for my snowflakes.  Hope you enjoy Carol.  Challenges:
     Divas by Design - snowy
     Moo-Mania - Trees
     Simply create Too - snow or all white - I used snowflakes/snow.

Monday, November 17, 2014

November 17, 2014 Home Sweet Home


I needed a quick card to go in the mail today to send to a friend who just adopted a beautiful sweet Rhodesian Ridgeback Dog.  Gracie will be in an amazing loving home.  I used the 3 x 4 snap cards from the AMuse Studio and DP from DCWV - cardstock from AMuse.  This was such a fun card to put together - stopped at PetCo and got a gift card for Gracie and the card went postal today.
Challenges:
     Sketch Saturday - follow sketch
     Sister Act Challenge - anything goes
     A Crafty Mess - anything goes
     The Craft Place - anything goes

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

November 11, 2014 Be Still


This was one of my favorite cards that we made when my friend and stamping bud came down a couple of weeks ago - love the purple and gray together and so simple to put together.  I think the stamp is from CTMH.  Added a butterfly and the card was ready to go - I love to have these kind of cards ready when I have a special request from Chemo Angels.  

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

November 4, 2014 Butterflies


Hope this meets the sketch requirements for this weeks Sketch Saturday - it was a little different than we are used to but did make me think a bit.  I love this stamp (Impressions Obsession I think).  I embossed it in peacock blue, added a little sentiment and some pearls and then to look for some DP, to my stash I went and I like how this kind of added a bit of additional color .  Three little pearls and this card is ready to head off to  someone who needs some angel cheer.  Challenges:
     Sketch Saturday - follow sketch
     Brown Sugar Challenge - anything goes
   

Saturday, November 1, 2014

November 1, 2014 I support You



Wanted to get this in for October Breast Cancer month but I think anytime is time to support breast cancer.  I've had this stamp for a long time and used it a couple times in the past and it is still a go to favorite.  It is from TAC stamps which is now out of business, but i love blinging it up - this one I did with pearls and sent it to a very special person who is going through breast cancer and has such a positive attitude.  I did get a note from her after she received it and told me how much she appreciated the card.  This will be one of those sets that will stay in my "archives" for a while.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

October 26, 2014 Boo Eek Boo

I have yet to post a Halloween card so this is the only "new" one I made this year - my friend Patti came over a couple of weeks ago to stamp and this was one of her "projects and I love how it turned out, all products except the black velvet spider and  black velvet paperare from AMuse Studio and I think it all came together so darn cute.  This would be so easy to do for any holiday.  Challenges:
     CRAFT - Halloween
     Sweet Stamps - anything goes
     Crafts for Eternity - Halloween

Friday, October 24, 2014

October 24, 2014 Shaped Stencils


Every month I take part in a Technique Junkies 1-1 swap and we have to use one of the techniques from TJ.  That is never a problem for me as I have been a subscriber for a very long time - unfortunately this is the newsletter last publication.  I am hoping we will still continue the swap as I have gotten some very nice cards.  The directions are always very easy to follow and I love seeing the creations that the DT has made using the technique.  This technique was fun and got me to get out a couple of the stencils that I thought I "needed" but not yet used.  Makes a very nice card.  I am hoping my swap partner this month enjoys the card as much as I enjoyed making it.