Aug 30, 2010
Aug 28, 2010
There is a wonderful surprise for me. I met talented and sweet Ashely, Cherry Hill Design. She sits right across my table and we are working together. So exciting. This is the first I actually meet someone I know from the blog in person. (So sad, we don't have a camera with us to "keep" the moment.) I know I will take more Julie's class and I promise next time when I meet Ashley I will make sure we get the photo DONE.
Take home two beautiful stamps Marigold solid and Marigold. I am so inspired by Julie's card and made this one for PDCC44. I have this week's "colour horribilis challenge" stuck in my head for few days. I have no clue how to put these three color together and I think Amuse stamps are perfect for this challenge.
Pink A la mode(Hampton art). Stamp sentiment(So Artsy from Hero Arts) with Ocean Depth(Versa Magic). Adhere on card and add pearls.
Note:Really it's a bold bright pink (see the color Here) but after it mix up with the mustard seed it turned into kind of orange tune to me. It's a beautiful mistake and I hope this still qualify for the challenge.
Aug 24, 2010
I have a blog candy giveaway, please see the details on the previous post.
Aug 18, 2010
Hello and welcome to the Lawn Fawn Hearts Cards for Kids Blog Hop! We have all come together today to make cards for a wonderful cause, Cards for Kids! We hope to encourage you to also make cards for this great cause and have fun along the way, too! So please hop along with us, and make sure to leave comments as there will be prizes for commenters and participants! So let's get going! Also, if you are lost in the hop, you can always start at the beginning at the Lawn Fawn blog. Thank you so much for hopping along with us today! (Blurb originally from Lawn Fawn blog. )
Here are my cards for kids. I pull out my background stamps and embossing folders. I love making kids card. They are always colorful and joyful. Also I like to add initial on each card to make it personal. It really adds up the fun.
For Gavin, stamp from Sandy Lion. I stamp the image on felt and cut out. Add brads.
If you link to my blog from Kristina's blog that means you are on the track. No worry, if you just check in or got lost, you can always click Lawn Fawn Blog to see the complete blog list.
Your next stop Leigh Ann Thanks for stopping by. Happy Hopping.
Aug 17, 2010
Aug 16, 2010
Also I am Wee Memories Challenge #17 Fabulous 4.Thank you for picking my card. You make my Monday a happy one.
I have a quick card to share today. I use the color from PDCC42, Dark brown, Green and Beige. New challenge is posted every Thursday. They have super talented DT and entries. See you there next time.
Also for TESC124 and Paper Craft Magazine August challenge: Button, Brad and Ribbons.
Aug 13, 2010
Thanks for looking. Have a great weekend!!
First one, I use a beautiful Roam Fabric Covered Brads from K&Company. Isn't it cute? It goes with my brown ribbon perfectly.
Second one, I use a giant gem I got from Michael's. I color it with marker to give it a different tune.This is the one I made for Embellish Magazine's Label challenge in June. You can fine my post here.
Please let me know if you need any supplies information.
Aug 10, 2010
First one using my favorite, hero Arts Dogwood stamp.
CL140 Thinking of you Messages
CL401 Speckled Ornament
CL383 Antique Engravings
CL371 Essential Messages
Aug 7, 2010
Die cut label 4 from white cardstock and emboss with my new Sizzix embossing folder, Snowflake#6. Fond it at Joann with 40% off. Hooray~
Adhere two yellow flowers and leaves on the label. Pop off the orange flower with foam type.
Thanks for looking. Have a wonderful weekend.
Happy Saturday. I just had a nice weekend breakfast with my DH. I love weekend breakfast because we can sit down and take our time without rush. It's a raining day in Seattle. I guess we will have to cancel the garden mission and find something indoor to do.
Made this last minute card for Color Cue 6 using Cream or White/Coral/Kradt/Brown. Here is my take.
I die cut 4 butterflies from pattern paper. Adhere the first one on white die-cut big scallop rectangle. Glue the other 3 in the center and bend the wings. Add glitter glue on the first one. Quick and fun.
Close up to see the glitter.
Thanks for stopping by and have a nice weekend.
CL283 Scroll Frame and Messages
Thank you for AnitaRex 's comment and I also enter this one to Wee Memories Challenge:Butterflies
Aug 6, 2010
Thanks for Stopping by.Have a nice weekend.
CL383 Antique Engravings
S5435 Graph Background
CL140 Thinking of you Messages
Watermark ink: Dazzle-Champagne
Chalk ink:Wheat (Tsukineko)
Dye ink: Scattered straw, Antique linen, Vintage photo (Distress Ink)
Scattered straw Stickles, Gold rod Stickles, Clear start Gelly Roll
Gems , Ribbon
Aug 3, 2010
Here is my take on The play Date Cafe Challenge PDCC40. It's color splash week and it means black and white with a hint of color. Black and white, I have to play. This week's color is Green. Here is my take on the Challenge. It's hard to take a good picture of this card. I am wondering id that's because of the glitters. I took a LOT and they are all loose focus. I picked the best I can get and sorry about the bad picture.
To make the Glitter butterflies. First I stamp the Lace background with Peel paint and Shabby shutter distress ink on white cardstock. Peel off one side of the Peelnstick double-sided adhesive sheet (You can find it at Craft store at the type/adhere section)and affix on the stamped panel. Punch butterflies with Martha Stewart punch, peel off the other side of the sheet and sprinkle MS crystal coarse glitter. Glue the butterflies with glossy accent and add gems and bow.
Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge#5 , using black and white with ribbons. **
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