Thursday, February 26, 2009
Anyway, for these cards I used this great paper from Cosmo Cricket, it comes in an 8x8 pad and already has that cool decorative treatment on one edge. On the first card, I fancied up a plain foam shamrock by stamping a swirly pattern on it and them embossing it with white embossing powder... I like the way it turned out.
Products: Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper: Cosmo Cricket; Gems: Prima; Rub-on: Creative Imaginations; Ribbon: Offray; Foam Shamrock: Darice; Stamp: Fancy Pants; Embossing Ink, White Embossing Powder.
Products: Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper: Cosmo Cricket; Foam Embellishments: New Image Group; Rub-ons: American Crafts; Letter Stickers: Basic Grey.
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
So anyway, here are some more cards that are made from some of the things that have been around for more than a little while. These first four use a lot of K&Company stickers. There is also some Making Memories chipboard in there, some Petaloo flowers, and a little paint and ink.
I did some dry-brushing with white paint techniques on these cards... I liked the way they turned out.
Products: Blank Card: PaperSource; Chipboard Frame: We R Memory Keepers; Stickers: K&Company; Flowers: Petaloo; Leaves: Offray; Paint: Making Memories; Ink: Clearsnap.
These next two use some more of the K&Company stickers, but also have a lot of Paper Salon rub-ons, a Bazzill silk flower, some Prima and MAMBI gems.
This last one features some stickers I got just a couple of weeks ago...I'm a sucker for the dollar bins at Michael's, I got these little blue flower stickers there recently. I stamped a swirl with a Basic Grey stamp, added the flower stickers and embellished it a bit more with some gems and ribbon. At least I managed to keep these ones out of the future old stash pile!
Products: Blank Card: K&Company; Flower Stickers: Pooch and Sweetheart; Gems: MAMBI, Mark Richards; Ribbon: Offray; Stamp: Basic Grey; Ink: Clearsnap.
And because the one I gave my sweetie last year was so adorable, I thought I post it again this year... love this card...
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Sunday, February 1, 2009
Here are ones where the screen was used as a stencil.
Here is one made from the blotter paper.
Here are two where the screen was being used as a stamp.