So that is what Santa (hopefully!) sees fit to bring me. And since I pretty much have Santa's ear (literally!) I think I'm on a sure thing. LOL Now to go find some little stocking stuffers and I will be one happy girl on Christmas morning.
26 November 2009
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10 November 2009
They are so quick and easy to put together. The sample Ngaire gave me had a ribbon holding it closed, but I made mine with a band. And I am sure there are many other ways to close them (small velcro dots, mini magnets). You are limited only by your imagination! And of course you could resize them to fit movie tickets, lottery tickets etc.
Supplies: All products are Stampin' Up! Papers are Parisian Breeze, and the stamp sets are Big Flowers and Great Friend. I have left the inside blank because I don't know what I will use it for yet, but will stamp a greeting of some sort in there later.
08 November 2009
Supplies: card by Stampin' Up! in real red, certainly celery and whisper white. Paper by Kaiser. Image by All That Scraps. Coloured with Prismacolour and I added dimensional magic to the ornament, and it looks so cute! A bit of stitching and some glitter for the pixie wings and it's all done.
07 November 2009
So it is no wonder that my favourite stamp images are ones that I can colour in. I downloaded these Sweet Pixie Digi Stamps at All that Scraps and had a lot of fun colouring them in last night. I am going to order the stamps in rubber, but I really wanted to play with them a bit and didn't want to wait (yes I am impatient). Plus I love that you can resize them in their digi format!
Unfortunately my printer ink doesn't seem to be smudgeproof so the colouring is less than perfect (another reason to order the rubber version). But oh well, I still had fun with the images anyway! Now I just have to make cards out of them.
Oh and the first two images are the first time I have tried doing the grass with my pencils, and I really love the effect!
06 November 2009
I even did the inside of the card this time. I really like to do that, but sometimes for one reason or another never quite get to it. The bottom border is done with the cutest little star border punch by Martha Stewart that I picked up this week.
Supplies: Paper by Kaiser, all cardstock and ink by Stampin' Up! Image from All That Scraps. Greeting stamp by PSX. Coloured with Prismacolour pencils and added some Dazzling Diamonds to the hat, dress and wings. It is very sparkly in real life! And here is a closeup of the coloured image.
02 November 2009
These gorgeous papers are from Bo Bunny and the cardstock is Dusty Darango, Choc Chip and Whisper white (all SU!) Stamps are from the Giga Guidelines and Take Note sets both from Papertrey Ink. Ribbon is also SU! The pic below just shows the inside. I stamped each page with the stamp from Giga Guidelines alternating between the Soft Sky and Dusty Durango ink from SU.
Same stamp sets as before, card in basic black, whisper white and rich razzleberry (all SU). Papers and ribbon are also Rich Razzleberry