Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
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Thursday, July 16, 2009
innertube she's floating on are from the Magnolia Summer stamp kit where you receive 12-15 stamps from upcoming collections that are a mystery to you until you get them. They are all really cute! I put Tilda on her innertube and added some waves for her from my Life's A Beach cartridge and then added the sun from doodlecharms. The sentiment inside the sun is from CC Designs.
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Now, here is another coffee card. For this one, I used the How Ya Bean set for the cup, the steam, and the word coffee. The sentiment, it's a latte fun being friends with you is from the Java Happy Day set. A cool thing I used on this card is the Chatterbox Brad Maker. This is a cool little tool that comes with blank brads in 3 sizes and 3 different sized circle punches. I punched a circle out of the paper I was using on the project. I put it on the blank brad with the glue does that come in the set and then covered it with the little plastic dome so the paper is protected. Voila, a perfectly coordinated embellishment.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Saturday, July 4, 2009
'I'I'm so glad you could join the Scrapbook News and Review Blog Hop today. If you came from Jennifer's blog then you are on the right track! If you didn't you may want to hop on over to SNR Cardiverse and start from the beginning. So, this is my contribution to the blog hop today. My red, white, and blue card features an adorable stamp from Sugar Nellie. I just received in one of their grab bags and fell in love with it. What a sweet image. I colored the little girl with copic markers. To make the tricycle seem more realistic, I colored it with my red smooch paints to give it a metallic sheen. It is a little hard to tell in the picture, so I included a close up of the tricycle. I also used the white smooch on the handlebar grips and the little square in the middle of the handlebars. I think it really added a more realistic look to the triclycle. The smooch
Thursday, July 2, 2009
black and white paper. Then I cut a scallop circle nestie out of the same yellow cardstock and added a plain circle out of the whitewash core'dinations with a yellow core. I decided to give the gorguss girl a yellow dress and black and white tights. I was playing around the other day and colored a girl with pink hair to test my colored pencils. I started looking at it and realized I like the way it looked, so I gave this little girl hot pink hair. Finally, I cut a little bracket shape with my cricut and stamped a sentiment.