Sunday, October 31, 2010

Featured on Cuttercreek design team blog

Hi all just wanted to let everyone know that a few of my cards are being featured on the Cuttercreek design team blog starting November 1st. I am sooo honored that I was chosen. So go by and give it a look see. THANKS!!!!! to everyone who follow and visit my blog. I am thrilled if I have helped anyone in any way.


Saturday, October 30, 2010

NYR Card #39 & 40

These are two more cards that I made for Christmas.
I'm sorry but I don't remember where I got this image from, it was a while ago. The paper is from K&Company. I used Crystal Stickles on the snow flake and the image. The Copic markers used were: E11, E13, E25, E49, E47, G24, G28, R39, RV11, RV34, BV00,BV02, BV04.
This card was made using scrap paper. The wording and the flakes are rub-on transfers by Royal & Langnickel. The image is from Mo's and the Copic markers used were: E11, E13, E25, E49, E47, G21, G24, G28, Y32, Y17. I also used Crystal Stickles on the wings.


Monday, October 25, 2010

NYR Card #37 & 38

I have been busy making my Christmas cards lately. The cards that I made for my sisters "Girls Night Out" were such a great success that I decided to make my sisters a set of assorted cards for one of their Christmas presents. Here are two new cards that I have for my Christmas cards.
This card was also a digital image from Mo's, just love her work. I used my Copic markers to color the image and a sheet of double sided paper by American Crafts to make my card. I find that these make nice simple cards. A lot of the guess work about matching colors are already done for you. One side was solid and the other stripped. I did not have single stamps to make the Happy Holidays so I only inked one side at a time. The Copic markers used were E11, E13, E25, B21, B24, B32, B34, B99, V15, R29, YR09, G28.
This card was made also by using the Copic markers and one of Mo's digital stamps. The paper was by K&Company. On this card I popped out a snowflake and added Stickles to her wings. I also added Stickles to the background paper and the snowflake. The Copic markers used were E11, E13, E25, Y17, Y38, RV11, RV34. The Stickles used was Crystal.
I have more made will share soon.


Sunday, October 17, 2010

NYR #36 Card and Layout

This is a layout that I made for "Pumpkin Picking". The font is from the Cricuts Hello Kitty cartridge. The pumpkins were cut from the Disney- Princesses Happily Ever After cartridge. Brown ribbon was added to each pic spot. Finally a sticker 3-D leaf was added.

These are the cards that I made for our annual "Girls Night Out" that was this weekend. I made them using a digital stamp from Mo's Digital Pencil Shop and my Copic markers. I also used the Cricut and the Lacy Labels cartridge to cut out the image and shadow.


Monday, October 11, 2010

My Copic Marker Log

This is my new Copic marker log that I made. This is the cover. I just colored some images and marked what colors I used. The stamps are from "The Greeting Farm".

This is how the inside looks. I have two colors to a page except for the Earth tones(E) because there are so many. I left blank spaces under each color to add any new colors. I also left blank pages at the end of the book to try out colors with the paper I am using. I made I squares large enough so that I can get a good look of the colors.

Here is a download link for my project (I have never done this before so I hope it works):
(When printed I set my printer to do 2 pages per sheet)


Sunday, October 10, 2010

NYR Card and Layout #35

This card I made with my Copic markers and a digital image. I used 2 different border punches,both by EK (Scalloped Scallop and Christmas Lights). On the Christmas Lights I added stickles to make the lights stand out.

The layout was made using a scalloped border paper(Hollyberry Star by Creative Imaginations). The rounded corner punch is by EK and the decorative corner punch is by Fiskars. The embellishments are by Sandylian Essentials, and the title is made from Thickers chipboard glitter letters.


Monday, October 4, 2010

Glass Etching with the Cricut

This is a short video on how to etch glass using your Cricut to make the image. I used the Sports Mania cartridge, vinyl and transfer tape from Provo Craft. The etching cream is Armour Etch.
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