Just a few days now, and Christmas is here!
I`ve made a Christmas gift for today`s post at Flourishes, using one of my all time favorite Flourishes sets, the Poinsetta and Boxwood.
I made the box from cardstock, and decorated it with Spellbinders Fleur de Lis die cuts and satin ribbon.
As you see, I`ve made an acetate window for the recipient to have a sneak peek at the contents...
A close-up of the window... The poinsetta was stamped, colored with Le Plume Markers and cut out.
Inside the box...
...The set of cards.
This was my last Limelight sunday, and I have so enjoyed my time at Flourishes! I would like to wish all of you a Merry Christmas and a happy, creative new year! Thanks so much for visiting my blog!
I hope to see you all next year:)
Sunday, December 20, 2009
Sunday, December 13, 2009
I can`t believe It`s already Sunday again! The days are really flying by so fast these days... This is my second card as the Limelight Designer of December at Flourishes, and I`ve used the beautiful Easter Blessings set to create this Easter card.
If you want to see my little coloring tutorial for this weeks post, just head over to Flourishes Newsletter and take a peek:)
Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a wonderful day!
Sunday, December 06, 2009
A while back I recieved a message from Julie at Flourishes, asking if I wanted to be the Limelight Designer of December over at the Flourishes Newsletter. I can`t even tell you how excited I was!! It is such an honor, so thank you so much, Julie!
This is my first card for the Limelight month. I chose to work with the beautiful Nasturtiums set, and colored it with Distress Inks.
I used Spellbinders dies to create the frame, and If you are interested in seeing a little step-by-step instruction on how to make it, simply head over to the Flourishes Newsletter!
The background is cuttlebug embossed, and I pierced around the edges with the Victorian borderabilities set from Spellbinders.
Thanks so much for visiting, and have a wonderful day!
Wednesday, December 02, 2009
Half way through this Flower-Power-Retro inspired card I nearly gave up, because it was sooo time consuming! I did finish it though, but if you are looking for a "ten minute card" this is not the one you`d want to make...LOL! The card is based on this SCS sketch.
I used the smaller part from the Fleur De Lis Pendants set for the background, and I also used the Blossom Nestabilities. The flowers are from Flourishes , and they are stamped, colored with Le Plume Markers and cut out. IOW very easy;)
Thanks so much for stopping by and have ha wonderful day!