Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Inverting digital papers...

Here are a couple cards I made using the Autumn Digital Kit from Marks Paper Company. If you are familiar with that kit, you may notice the colors looks very different on my cards. Well, just to mix it up a little I inverted the papers. Inverting switches all of the colors to their visual opposite (complimentary) color on the color wheel. This is an easy way to get even more out of your digi kits. These cards are featured over on the Marks Paper Company blog today. Also, on the blog, you can also see the new collection for fall. It will coming out in digi form and a hybrid form which will have some things that you can print and use.

Physical Products: Blank Card: PaperSource; Cardstock: Bazzill; Rubons: Basic Grey; Gems: MAMBI; String Clasp: K&Company; Letter Stickers: Making Memories; Brads: Making Memories; Ink: Clearsnap.     Digital Products: Patterned Paper (color altered) and Brown Flower: Marks Paper Company.

Physical Products: Blank Card: PaperSource; Cardstock: Bazzill; Rubons: My Minds Eye; Fabric Brad: Little Yellow Bicycle; Flowers: We R Memory Keepers; Embroidery String: Bazzill; Ink: Clearsnap.    Digital Products: Patterned Paper (color altered) and Scalloped Card (color altered): Marks Paper Company.

Thanks for stopping by today!  Patty

Halloween Treat Packages...

On the first Tuesday of each month, I post a hybrid project over on the Studio Matters Blog. This month I made some very easy Halloween treat packages, you can read the post and get the instructions to make the packages here. And a special thanks to Connie (MaggieMom) for reminding me about these packages and for lending me her cool paper crimper so I could make the edges look as good as the ones she made.

Physical Products - Tags: Trim Design; Cardstock: Bazzill; String.   Digital Products: A Happy Little Fright Kit by Tangie at

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Happy World Card Making Day!

Just wanted to stop in and wish everyone a Happy World Card Making Day!  I haven’t been able to do any artsy/craft stuff myself today. However, I did help a friend stage a house that is going on the market this week, so I used some of my artistic skils there. Anyway - hope you all are enjoying the day!   Patty