Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Very Vanilla cardstock (101650)
Basic Black cardstock (121045)
Marina Mist cardstock (119682)
Big Shot (113439)
Square lattice embossing folder (119976)
Top note die (113463)
Basic black classic ink (101179)
bone folder (102300)
Snail adhesive (104332)
Paper cutter (104152)
Stamping sponge (101610)
Sincere Salutations (115068) for the inside message
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
This cute card features heat embossing, faux stitching, and a faux bow.
Cardstock in whisper white (100730), early espresso (119686), and cherry cobbler (119685)
DSP in marina mist (117152)
3/8 inch satin ribbon in whisper white (114616)
Versamark ink pad (102283) and early espresso classic ink pad (119670)
Clear embossing powder (109130)
All Holidays stamp set (109397)[retiring June 30, 2011]
Paper cutter (104152), heat tool (100005), powder pals (102197), bone folder (102300), mat pack (105826), hobby blade (102449), snail adhesive (104332), stampin' dimensionals (104430), paper snips (103579), craft and paper scissors (108360), white gel pen (105021), and a pencil.
Send me an email if you would like step-by-step directions for making this card or if you would like to order any of the products listed on my blog. I am also available for workshops!
Sunday, April 10, 2011
I was in need of some new baby cards to give to friends and to sell. Here is what I made yesterday.
Sunday, December 26, 2010
I made these cute cards with the Baby Steps stamp set I got in my SU! starter kit. The colors are blushing bride, basic gray, and baja breeze. The scallop was cut on glossy white with the scallop circle die for the Big Shot. I heat-embossed the stamped image.
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Last night I became a demonstrator for Stampin' Up! I will post more information about that journey as it comes along. I am excited to see where this leads, but a little nervous about it too. Wish me luck! Note: Previous posts came from my original blog. Some earlier projects used and referred to non-SU! supplies. Now that I am a demonstrator my supplies listed for projects will be Stampin' Up! products unless otherwise listed.
Sunday, November 22, 2009
So I have been wanting and needing to scrap photos from when our dog Tinker had her puppies. I finally decided to just do the mini-album (6x6) digitally. I used Photoshop Elements 7 and a cute doggie kit from Epson creative zone. This photo is the front page in the album. I made 13 pages total.
Sunday, September 6, 2009
I made a lot of things this summer while we were in Richardson. This cute little card was made using some of the new SU! In colors: dusty durango, crushed curry, and bermuda bay. The butterflies were made using the set Flight of the butterfly and punched with the new butterfly punch.
Sunday, June 28, 2009
So I have been on a little bit of a scrapbooking kick lately. I have completed several pages this week. Most- but not all of my supplies used were from Stampin' Up! I love the retired Wintergreen dsp from SU! I used a retired dsp called Holiday Harmony also. There was a matching accents and elements "sticker" set called Hand Selected that I used on the two page layout with the Holiday Harmony paper. I used my 5-petal flower punch, ticket corner punch, and photo corner punch- all from SU! See Elisa- it's not hard.
Thursday, June 26, 2008
I just finished my mini-album dedicated to my doggie Tinker. She passed away in November after a very brief illness. She was only 9 years-old. I miss her like crazy. Please scroll down the page to view the mini-album in slideshow form. It is a "paper bag" album made with SU! Apple Cider DSP and matching cardstock (really rust, river rock, wild wasabi and chocolate chip). The pull-outs also have non-SU! flowers and brads. I used my round tab punch from SU! for the pull-out tabs. The album is tied together with River Rock double-stitched ribbon. Thanks for looking.
Saturday, June 21, 2008
Jake and I made it safely back to Lubbock last night. We spent about 2 weeks in Richardson visiting family. Elisa and I got to do quite a bit of crafting (though it is never really enough). We tried to focus mainly on scrapbooking this time. We did make a few cards (since it was Father's Day), and we made our first "card candy". I used Berry Bliss dsp by Stampin' Up! and Elisa used a retired SU! dsp. I can't think of the name right now. I used Styled Silver hph and she used Pewter.