Friday, October 14, 2016
Incorporating something beginning with G into a Christmas card is easy once you think of the colours green and gold. Make sure you head over to Just Add Ink for other great ideas for how to incorporate G into Christmas... gingerbread, gifts, glitter and more gold!
Stamps: Peaceful pines
Card: pear pizazz, whisper white, old olive and gold metallic (retired)
Ink: gold encore
Accessories: gold metallic doily, gold metallic twine and gold embossing powder. Polka dots embossing folder (retired)
Monday, October 10, 2016
A colour challenge this week: blushing bride, daffodil delight, pumpkin pie and basic black. In used the spritzer tool and markers to create a background of colours on white cardstock. I then stamped the flower straight on to the background and again used markers to highlight petals on the flowers.
Make sure you check out the creations at Just Add Ink.
Stamps: Birthday blooms and Picture perfect
Card: blushing bride, basic black and whisper white
Ink: pumpkin pie, blushing bride and daffodil delight markers. Memento tuxedo black.
Accessories: Spritzer tool.
Monday, September 12, 2016
This week's challenge at Just Add Ink is to add 'P'. This can be anything from the colour pink. a technique or, as I have, a stamp set.
Stamps: Peaceful Pines, Star of light
Ink: mint maccaron, early espresso
Card: mint maccaron, tip top taupe, very vanilla
Accessories: peaceful pine framelits, metallic accents, tip top taupe ribbon
Friday, September 2, 2016
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
I love Project Life. It makes scrapbooking memories so much quicker and easier, but you can still add your own personal touches. This week at Just Add Ink we were challenged to use project life products. Normally I don't show photos of my kids and extended family on my blog, no idea why as there are plenty of photos of them all over social media.
These photos were taken before digital cameras were everywhere. I am sure some of you remember the wait to get film processed to find out if your photos any good! I have hundreds of photos like this of my kids when they were small, all in shoeboxes and I have decided that Project Life is the way to go to get them into albums, no matter what the quality of photos!!
All year long Project Life kit
Swirly Scribbles thinlits
Swirly Bird stamp set
Friday, August 26, 2016
Global Design Project for this week's challenge. I have kept pretty much to the sketch for this card. Make sure you head over there to see the design team's work as well as all the other entrants. Lots of inspiration for everyone.
The 'For You' sentiment is one of my favourites. It gives you a greeting on a card without defining what the card has to be. I can now use this for a birthday, mother's day, or even just a thinking about you card. The card will now stay in my stash until I am ready to use it. I will then put another sentiment on the inside to define the card.
Stamps: Birthday Blooms and Thoughtful branches
Card: Peekaboo peach, basic black and whisper white
Ink: black memento, peekaboo peach and pear pizzazz
Accessories: 1 3/8 in and 1 1/2 in circle punches, gold bakers twine, wink of stella gold and air spritzer tool
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Yesterday I received a big box of new goodies to play with, but sometimes old favourite stamps work best. That certainly is the case here where the new, old and retired stuff all work so well together. A great example of how well Stampin' Up! co-ordinate their products.
Here is this week's sketch:
Check out all the great entries at Global Design Project here.
Ink: black memento
Card: bermuda bay and sahara sand
Accessories: Serene scenery paper stack, linen thread, twill tape (retired) and paper clip (retired)