Archive for June 2012
Hi everyone, I’m super excited to share with you my very first card made from MFT stamps. Isn’t this girl super cute! This stamp set made it super easy to create a sympathy card — which are usually very hard for me to do. I just love how it turned out. I colored her using my Copics and I got to use my new Webster’s Pages as well as my I am Roses. Here is a video of my card. I’m entering this in MFT’s Wednesday Stamp Challenge #78. Have a totally twisted day!
I’m also entering this card in the following challenges:
- Love to Create - Anything goes
Yippie, my Webster’s Pages warehouse sale came in the mail. I was shocked how quickly it arrived this time! I love all the items in it and I cannot wait to use them all. Here is a video of what I received along with some other hauls I got this week from Peachy Keen, My Favorite Things, I am Roses, eBay, and Michaels. Enjoy!
I cannot believe another school year is over. Time is really flying by soooo fast. Thought I would share with you a card I made for a recent graduate in our family. I decided to do a card old-school style and didn’t use a Cricut. Rather, I used my Cuttlebug and Nestabilities and fussy cut the graduation cap from the paper stack. The paper is DCWV.
Hi everyone. It’s been a little while since I’ve done a scrapbook layout page so I thought I would do one. M’s had a really neat scrapbook page stand and it inspired me to create this page of my beautiful daughter. I purchased the stand at M’s for 50% off. This layout was made using some of my Wesbsters Pages. Hope you enjoy my video.
I realized that I made a video of my Webster’s warehouse haul but never uploaded it to YouTube so here it is using the collection from the papers I used in the layout above. Have a totally twisted day!
Happy father’s day! I want to wish my dad a special happy father’s day and also want to wish my hubby a special happy father’s day. Here is one of the father’s day cards I made. I usually have a tough time making masculine cards but for some strange reason, this one came to me pretty easily. I made the ribbon by cutting 2 one inch strips 12″ long and then scored every 1/2 inch. The letters are Tim Holtz grunge letters that I colored red with my Copics and then heat embossed with red powder and then again in clear powder, which gave it a pretty cool grungy look.