August 23, 2010
I stamped the image from the A Flower for All Seasons set in Black Staz On ink and colored it with Bashful Blue, Daffodil Delight and Wild Wasabi markers. I popped this white layer up on pop dots onto a frame of Wild Wasabi cardstock. I stamped the sentiment in black and drew a box around the card using a black marker and ruler. I also drew a box, in the same manner, around the main image. A couple of embossed lines were added using my Score Pal and 3 green gems make the centers of the flowers sparkle. All of this was placed on a base of white. Quick and simple, but a lot of fun to make. I hope you give it a try.
Thanks for stopping by today.
Posted by Terri at 2:25 PM
August 10, 2010
Hi Everyone! I woke up this morning thinking I was hearing voices! No, I'm not crazy (I guess that's a matter of opinion really), but I think my blog (sorry I haven't posted in awhile--busy summer) and Cricut machine were calling out to me for some attention. I haven't been the best about keeping up.
I needed to come up with a card for my 7 year old nephew and thought this rooster image would be perfect. It's from the Cricut cartridge called "Just Because Cards". The colors I used were for today's color challenge over at SCS--baja breeze, poppy parade and crumbcake. Don't those colors make great tail feathers? I stamped the chicken wire background in soft suede ink and sponged around the edges. I also sponged the white circle using baja breeze. It's supposed to represent the sun coming up in the morning (I guess you have to use your imagination on that one--I was running on only one cup of coffee). I added a google eye to finish this one off. Thanks for stopping by today.
Posted by Terri at 12:11 PM