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Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Today I made a card for a friend who is sick and battling breast cancer. I used the Eastern Blooms stamp set from Stampin' Up with papertrey ink paper. The pink card stock, the white and the designer paper are from PTI; the green is certain celery from Stampin' Up. I used my nesties to create a focal point for the stamp. It is difficult to tell but I popped up the three pink flowers with dimensionals to add depth to the card. I added 4 baubles from stampingbella.com. To finish off the card I took some pink ribbon and popped it up with the dimensional too.
Saturday, September 27, 2008
Today I created some monogrammed note cards and a box to store them in. Over on splitcoast stampers I have noticed that these boxes are popular and so cute....soooo I decided to give it a try and make one myself. The boxes that I have seen hold 3x3 cards but I have been making 4x4 cards- I am shocked that I was actually ale to do this. It was super easy with my scor-pal (my favorite card making tool). The box I designed will actually hold 4x5 cards ( I made it a little taller for extra room like tissue paper). I plan on making these at Christmas time for little gifts. The decorative box will hold 4 personalized cards. Next time though I will make it with coordinating papers!
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Here is one of the Christmas cards that I have been working on that I mentioned in the post the other day. I used my Stampin' Up Lovely as a Tree set and heat embossed it on to artichoke colored paper from SU. I stamped the "Merry Christmas" sentiment on to PTI white card stock and paired the bravo burgundy color paper from Stampin' Up behind it. I used the ticket corner punch to add some detail by the sentiment. I finished the card off with the ribbon from PTI that matches the ink in the sentiment. I hope you like it!
Sunday, September 21, 2008
I did not post a card yesterday because I did not like the way my card turned out. I have been trying to design a Christmas card to send out this year but I am still playing around with the stamps. Today I decided to create a fun and bright card using my Stampin Up paper, "Green Galore" and "Tempting Turquoise" with pink paper from the SU prints pack. I used one of my new stamps that came the other day. I love the Fun and Fast notes set from Stampin Up because I am able to play with my favorite copic markers! :) I also used my oval nestabilities. I hope you like the card and thanks for looking!
Thursday, September 18, 2008
I just love the way this card turned out plus it was really easy to put together. I have been staring at the vellum paper for months deciding what to do with it. I stamped the vellum with the background stamp Pretty Petals from Stampin Up with my versa mark pad; then I heat embossed it with the silver embossing powder. I paired the card with PTI red and white cardstock and added the matching ribbon from PTI. To finish the card off I included some silver brads in the corners. What do you all think?
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Here is a new post for today. I have a co-worker who isn't feeling too well and I thought that Bootabella might cheer her up. For the card I chose Stampin Up old olive and summer fun paper along with old olive designer paper. I colored Bella with my copic markers again. I have been trying to learn the blending techniques with the copics but I am not quite there yet. All the sites keep telling me to Practice, Practice, Practice!!
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Hi out there! I made this birthday card for my goddaughter Sawyer. It was her 9th birthday the other day. I chose real girly colors for her. I LOVE the Bella Stamps; so I inked up Billboardabella in adirondack espresso and stamped her onto PTI white cardstock. THen I colored her with my new Ciao Copics markers. Next I picked the paper colors that I wanted to use: I went with Stampin Up perfect plum, pale plum and the Designer Paper prints pack from SU. I like the double sided dp paper and I wanted to make sure that both sides of the paper showed in the card. I used the scor-pal to crease the paper over with a crisp look. I used the merci stamp set to stamp the image in the background with my versa mark pad. I also stamped the flower from the friendship blooms set and added a bauble.
Sawyer did not believe that I made the card ( I guess that's a compliment from a 9 year old), it took some convincing. I offered to have a card making demonstration and project session with her Brownie Troop- she was excited about that! The teacher in me would love to share the joy of stamping with them.
Friday, September 12, 2008
Hello everyone.... if anyone is actually out there reading this! LOL I just became a SU Demonstrator yesterday. I plan on mostly being a hobby demo but I do want to share my love of stamping and card making with others. From time to time I will post cards and projects that I have created- hopefully others want to look at my Divine Designs and become inspired. =)
I hope everyone out there enjoys seeing my little creations! Thanks for viewing.