This card is a CAESD one. I only have a few subtle differences. The original creator is Teneale Williams. On her blog is a tutorial for the whole card so I won’t be listing how I did it or what products I used as it’s all there. When I took the photo though it started to rain so that is why it looks a little blotchy. It got wet! This was my first attempt at this technique and as you can see I need more practice. And please ignore the little white splotch under the sentiment, that happened after I made the card and the white ink was still a little moist. Oh dear! Maybe I should have done a second one. Unfortunately I don’t have the time at the moment. My kids have dance rehearsal tomorrow and I’m doing up a seating chart for the concert today. I still have to finish the hand made gifts for the kids to give to their teachers next week ( last week of school for us). Also help the kids write in their Christmas cards to their friends. Not to mention that my youngest girl’s birthday is next Tuesday! So lots to do this weekend. Maybe next week will be better for me. Here’s hoping anyway!
I have received an award from my new blogging friend Manola. A very lovely lady who produces some lovely pieces of work with the Cuttlebug machine plus numerous other things! Thank you Manola, I’m ecstatic that I can inspire you with my work. Manola and I met on the Cuttlebug ChallengeBlog where I’m a guest designer. Since then though we have found that we have a lovely friend in common. A scrapbooker oozing creative talent! I’m sorry to say but said person does not have a blog yet, when she does though I will let you know.
So here are the rules
1- The winner may put the logo on their blog.
2- Put a link to the person who sent you the award.
3- Nominate 5 blogs.
4- Put links to their blogs.
5- Leave a message for the nominees.
Oh my I’m stuck, I’m having trouble with rule number three! I love all the blogs I visit, every last one of them! So many people inspire me…… oh what to do!!!
I went away to think about it and I came to the conclusion that it’s just too hard to choose. If you would like to see who are the people that inspire me, look in the right hand column under blogroll. There are heaps of them and I’m yet to update it. Most of them are Elite Stampers, which is a team that I’m a part of.
So have a good look, there are some very talented ladies in that bunch.
Make cards of course! I made this card the same day as the Princess Pretty card, but ran out of time to post it. So before I start on my full day of creating I thought I would post this little beauty up.
- Stamp set– Wild about you
- Cardstock– Chocolate Chip, So Saffron, Old Olive and Very Vanilla
- Ink– Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Pie, Soft Sky and Old Olive
- Accessories– Bashful Blue Ribbon, Mat Pack, Aqua Painter and Scallop edge punch.
I have this thing for ‘A’ frame cards at the moment so this is another example of one. So easy just cut your piece of A4 cardstock length ways at 10 1/2 cm (which is the centre), so then you have enough for two cards.
I stamped the lion three times, twice in Choc Chip (body and head) and once in Pumpkin Pie (mane). I then dimensionaled them up. The photo doesn’t really do it justice unfortunately. I then used my aqua painter to do the background. Choc Chip for the ground, Old Olive for the grass and Soft Sky for…..well…..the sky. I haven’t decided what sentiment to put on this one yet, so I will leave that for another day. You cannot see it to well but I also used the Mat Pack above the ribbon. There are two lines, you have to believe me, I truly did do it!
Well I must go now and create some more, or I won’t have anything to post next week!
I just love these Colour Inspirations set by Kristina Werner. The colour choices always get my creative juices going. I also love looking at everyone elses submissions. They give great ideas for the future cards I will make. If I get round to it…lol.
- Stamp set– Stem Silhouettes, Fancy Pants Acrylic (non SU)
- Cardstock– Elegant Eggplant, Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron and Whisper White
- Ink– So Saffron, Pumpkin Pie and Close to Cocoa
- Accessories– Pumpkin Pie, Close to Cocoa and Elegant Eggplant Markers, Whisper White Taffeta Ribbon, SAMJ and Sponges.
I’m very sorry but will have to cut this one short as I have kids to pick up and take to Dance classes.
Isn’t she beautiful? I think she is so cute! So does my gorgeous little girl Akayla. With her birthday coming up next month I made this little beauty for her. Akayla chose the colours and I did the rest. Unfortunately now that I look at the photo the ribbon is crooked….. bugger! I will fix that later. A very simple card to do, also quick.
- Stamp set– Pretty Princess
- Cardstock– Very Vanilla, Rose Red, Barely Banana and Pretty in Pink
- Ink– Pretty in Pink, Rose Red and Stazon
- Accessories– Pretty in Pink Gingham ribbon, Mat Pack, Glitter and Rose Red, Pretty in Pink, Mellow Moss, Chocolate Chip, So Saffron and Blush Blossom Markers
I put some chunky Glitter on the wand and some very fine glitter (doodlebug) on the hem of her skirt. It matched Pretty in Pink very well. I then stamped the crowns in Pretty in Pink on the Vanilla cardstock, and Rose Red Happy Birthday’s on the Rose Red Cardstock. I coloured the Princess in with Markers. So how simple is this card?!
You wouldn’t know this of course but while I’m trying to type out this post my youngest is yelling, screaming and being very destructive. My hubby is sitting on my $2000 lounge in his dirty, greasy, mechanics clothes. One of my girls is sitting on the lounge watching the very LOUD TV and my other girl is trying to do her homework! What a nightmare! I will have to feed and bed the youngest, kick my hubby very hard in the backside til he is in the shower, turn down the TV before my girl goes deaf and try and help my girl with her homework……….who am I kidding. My youngest will yell and scream while I put on his Ponsetti boots, my hubby will go and sit down on our $1000 dining suite, while my back is turned my girl will turn the TV up louder than it was before, and I doubt that I could help my girl with her homework!!!! But I better go and do something. Will be back tomorrow with more though!
That’s a very good question……..and I don’t really have a good answer. It’s not that I haven’t been doing anything or being slack. I have made quite a few cards, have had quite a few family orientated outings and catching up with friends. So that will be my excuse. Is it good enough though for my obvious slack behaviour for not blogging?! I’m sure you will tell me so….LOL
This is one of the cards I have done in the past few days. I pulled out the Birthday whimsy set that I got with last years Sale-a-bration. That was before I became a demonstrator. This card is very simple and straight forward so even a beginner can have a go! Yes Tamara!! You know I’m talking to you.
- Stamp Set– Birthday Whimsy
- Cardstock– Kraft, Whisper White, Wild Wasabi and Purely Pomegranate
- Ink– Wild Wasabi, Blue Bayou and Purely Pomegranate
- Accessories– Blue Bayou Double Stitched Ribbon, Mat Pack and Dimensionals
Just of late I have seen on a lot of American blogs and websites, cards with an ‘A’ frame style, I suppose you would call it. (correct me if I’m wrong please) I don’t mind them so I might do some more. I stamped the presents twice in each colour and then dimensionaled the second set on top of the other. So easy!
I have heaps to do today! I have clothes to fold, a show to close and a mummy to visit! I will be back soon though with some more works of art…hehe.
Kristinahas done it again! Are these colours fabulous or what?! I wish I had a bedspread like this one. Maybe I will just go and buy one……(Christmas isn’t too far away, hint, hint hubby…LOL).
I will admit though this card took me quite a while to do. I threw in a few techniques like embossing and two-step stamping. The ‘T’ looks darker in this photo than it does IRL, but everything else is just about right.
- Stamp Set– Wild Rose and Illuminations
- Cardstock– Old Olive, Sahara Sand, Certainly Celery and Whisper White
- Ink– Certainly Celery, Sahara Sand and Old Olive
- Accessories– Mat Pack, SAMJ, Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Certainly Celery Ribbon, Brads and Sponges.
I love how this one turned out. I’m very, very happy with it. I just might go and do another one! Well try to anyway. There is only 1 and a half hours before I have to pick up the kids.
Thanks for dropping by!