Sunday, October 21, 2012
Thanks for the Memories
For this challenge, I used the sketch, then realized it has a twist - a movie or book theme. I have in mind "Thanks for the Memories" - this is a thank you for a visit :"home". But I suspect that old Bob Hope song is just that - a song. Could it have been in one of his movies? (I realize many of you are too old to know what I am talking about...LOL!). http://sweetstopsketches.blogspot.com/
This challenge is for no rules: http://stamptacularsundaychallenge.blogspot.com/
Anniversary for fall
Fall colors, using A Muse cs: http://stampedblessings.com/
Simpler thank you
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Autumn Thank You
Fall colors: /http://allsortschallenge.blogspot.com/
Two November birthdays
I have had little time for card making this week, but DGD is having a birthday soon. One reason I selected this stamp is to make her card - she is a sophomore and expects to play HS varsity later this year. Green and gold are the school colors, but I am not sure about the uniform!
The stamp is Your Next Stamp, with a Studio G sentiment. The basketball dp is by Paper House, and the words are on dp by Karen Foster. Coloring with Prismas and Spica pens.
I remembered just in time! I added a "
The sketch: http://sweetstopsketches.blogspot.com/
Favorites - Cuttlebug dry embossing, sports, and grandkids(!): http://simonsaysstampandshow.blogspot.com/
Anything goes: http://yournextstamp.blogspot.com/20...hing-goes.html
|This image was a
gift from a friend at WishRAK, and is perfect for our grandson - he
loves to hunt and fish, and this looks like his dog! I used the Sizzix
fall leaf EF - a reminder of the aspens in CO. The sentiment is
computer generated, and I bought a bag of plastic bone/buttons at a yard
Use an animal: http://pennyblackatallsorts.blogspot.com/
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Country Garden in the fall
Season, with a religious sentiment: http://twistoffaithcards.blogspot.com.au/
Sketch, using a High Hopes stamp: http://highhopesstamps.blogspot.com/
Fall colors, with ODB sentiment: http://ourdailybreaddesignsblog.blogspot.com/
Friday, October 12, 2012
Classy improvised Christmas card
Christmas 2012 - alternative
Anything challenge: http://incywincydesigns.blogspot.com/
Whenever I see this image, I am reminded of "Away in a Manger"m and I used a stamp I have had for several years, as well as DP I purchased a yhear ago: http://oldiebutagoodiechallenge.blogspot.com/
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Recipe: 1 ribbon, 2 embossing folders, and 3 dies: http://marksfinestpapers.blogspot.com/
(Thanks to their designers - I was quite influenced by some of their examples.)
Friendship with lace and a doily
Lace, ribbon, and Basic Grey Acrylic stickers: http://basicgreychallenges.blogspot.com/
Friendship, for World Card Making day: http://jandccreations.blogspot.co.uk/
A real paper doily: http://frosteddesigns.blogspot.com/
Happy Birthday,golfing friends
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Tuesday, October 9, 2012
B&W with Plum
Black and white with a splash of plum: http://theplaydatecafe.blogspot.com/
Shabby chic masculine get well
Image - SU Thoughts of Father; DP - Recollection; the dp spots and cs are sponged with Ranger distress ink.
Shabby Chic: http://pileitonchallenge.blogspot.com/
Monochromatic masculine: http://herecometheboysblogchallenge.blogspot.com/
Sketch (we were to choose one - mine is there, perhaps one of the early ones, but I could not find a number): http://cardpositioningsystems.blogspot.com/
It may look like I am taking a break from card making on some of these days, but I have done several of the Hope You Can Cling To challenges at SCS, and I have decided not to double post my cards. This challenge goes on all month, so there is still time to play along. There are oodles of prizes - offered to participants who also send cards to the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.
Sunday, October 7, 2012
Remade Christmas 2012,
Sketch (with ribbon): http://christmaschallenges.blogspot.com/
NOTE: I failed to re-read the instructions for the Christmas Challenge - I needed a bow. So I re-made the card to include the bow as well as the green ribbon.
Saturday, October 6, 2012
O Holy Night
MMTPT - Thinking of You
Image - Your Next Stamp; Prismas, Recollection DP, Occasions embossing folder, chalk, misc. embellishments.
My interpretation of "love" or "charity" - showing the love for our neighbor - especially those in need of an extra measure of our love: http://www.wordartwednesday.blogspot.com/
Damask, lace and ribbon with neutrals: http://theribbonreelchallenge.blogspot.com/
Friday, October 5, 2012
ACAD - Birthday in turquoise
I colored this flower at least a year ago - I often color images while sitting at our RV park craft shows. It gives me something to do, and I have found another bonus - I can show people that I actually create my cards - they are not from a purchased computer card program. Can you tell that is a pet peeve?
In addition, I have had this ribbon for a while - as well as the cs and dp.
The embossing folders are Cuttlebug. The flower is Hampton Arts. I used Coredination for the embossing - but I did mess up and embossed the wrong side, so the color does not show through this way. I clipped the image corners with scallop edging scissors.
Birthday card: http://stamptacularsundaychallenge.blogspot.com/
Use a flower: http://paperprettiesblog.blogspot.com/
Thursday, October 4, 2012
YNSC18 Thank You
|The YNSC18 challenge
is to use brown, yellow and orange. I used this sunflower (from a
WishRAK member) colored with Prismas, and some DCWV fall DP. The
embossing folder is a new one for me - Sizzix Fall. The sentiment is
Fancy Pants. and the punch a Martha Stewart border punch.|
The sketch: http://sundaysketchandstamp.blogspot.com/
I used the leaf EF and leafy DP :http://simonsaysstampandshow.blogspot.com/
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
ACAD - non traditional Christmas
Whew! I just finished an hour and a half phone session to get me e-mail and blog access corrected. We subscribe to an on line service - it is scary and pricey, but seems to be worth it. I am not sure just what caused the problem, but all is fine now.
This week's Card a Day (on Splitcoaststampers) challenge, issued by Nat, is to do a Christmas card in non-traditional colors.
This is about as non traditional as I get for Christmas cards - the papers all come from a Paper Studio pad called Faith. The stamp is unmounted and I have forgotten where I got it. Actually, I omitted a bit of the image - too big for this layout. I think it works without the buildings of Bethlehem on the left. The sentiment is Studio G. I added gold ribbon and half pearls.
The second card uses many of the same elements, with some red and green added.
The sketch is here:http://feeling-sketchy.blogspot.com.au/
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