Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Between sneezing and wiping my nose, I thought I`d share a card that I made last week. I didn`t get to post it until now.
I`ve actually never made a real easter card, but seeing this beautiful image from Serendipity made me want to! The image can be found here. I embossed the image, cut it out and layered the lillies for a 3d effect. I colored it with Distress Inks. I used Spellbinders Label six, and swirls from the Floral Accent set. Fancy tags to hold the ribbon. The corners are Cuttlebug dies.
I know I haven`t been visiting all of your fabulous blogs lately, but I plan to do some serious blog hopping as soon as my headache gets better!
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Happy Wednesday everyone!
Another Christmas card today... Not too much to say about this one, but the Poinsetta And Spray from Heartfelt Creations was stamped on a Nestabilities Labels Six die cut and colored with Le Plume Markers. Accented with pearls and rhinestones. The three poinsettas are popped up with dimensionals.
Thank you so much for visiting and have a wonderful day!
Sunday, November 15, 2009
It is time for another Serendipity DT challenge, and this month we were to make shaped cards! And once again I had to step out of my comfort zone...LOL!
I chose to do a circle card, but it ended up more like a snowflake or something...hee hee. Not the most practical card, but I just could`nt help myself:)
I used the beautiful Christmas Chapel image, and colored it with Distress Inks. The "snowflake" shape was made from Spellbinders dies.
And If you would like to take part in the customer challenge this month, you`ll have the chance to win a gift certfificate! You`ll find the information you need at the
Serendipity Stamps gallery.
And for some more inspiration, please visit these awesome ladies:
I hope you have a wonderful Sunday!!
Thursday, November 05, 2009
It`s already thursday (again), and today I found the time to make a card:) It`s been raining for MANY days now, and today it`s actually snowing a little too! So the weather is at least perfect for indoor activities.
Sorry about the bad picture though, the lighting is just terrible today!
The card turned out kind of vintage/shabby chic, so that would make it perfect for the vintage challenge at Our Creative Corner.
I used a stamp called He knows from Heartfelt Creations. I stamped, colored and cut the flowers, and layered them for the 3d effect. The sentiment is from the Mini Message Cursive set. The frame was made using Spellbinders dies.
I kept the rest of the card neutral and simple to make the flowers pop even more. The background is cuttlebug embossed. Borderpunch from Fiskars....and of course some pearls to finish it off:)
I hope you have a wonderful day, and thanks for visiting!