January 13, 2014
Copic Markers, Lili Of The Valley Stamps, My Minds Eye, Ranger Distress Inks
This is a card that I made for my daughter and her boyfriend for Christmas, and didn’t want to post it till I was sure that they had received it, but then after that I sort of forgot…so I figured, better late than never right? List of Supplies to follow.
Thanks for stopping by!
Lili Of the Valley Rubber stamp – A Christmas Carol
Copic Markers – E33, 35, 44, 47, 50, 51 & 53; BG10, 72, 75, & 78; R20, 29, 35 & 39; YG61, 63 & 67; T1, 3 & 7; W00, 0,1,2,3 & 5
Ranger Distress Ink – Antique Linen
Designer Paper from My Minds Eye – Lost & Found Christmas
Martha Steward Edge Punch
C.C. Designs Cutter Dies – Olive Branch
December 8, 2013
Cardmaking, Challenge, Copic Markers, Die-namics, My Minds Eye, Saturated Canary, Simon Says Stamp
Hi Everyone, today I am participating in Challenge #58 over at the Saturated Canary Challenge Blog.
The theme for Challenge #58 is:
“Untraditional Christmas Colours” so for this challenge we want to see you stay away from those reds,greens and golds of christmas and into something different!!
The digital image I used is called Molly, isn’t she cute?
I printed her out on some Copic Xpress It Blending Card stock and colored her with Copic Markers. The designer paper is from the My Mind’s Eye – “Merry Little Christmas” 6×6 paper pad that I purchased from Michael’s. I love these 6×6 paper pads, they are perfect for card making as the patterns are scaled down from the 12×12 scrapbooking versions.
The card base and layering paper is a piece of Black Card stock from my local copy shop. It’s a heavier weight maybe 110 lb card stock which makes for a nice sturdy card base. I added some decorative elements by using the Leaf-Filled Flourish Die-namics from Simon Says Stamp and added some paper roses from Wild Orchid Crafts.
The Copic Maker colors I used are:
Skin & Parchment Roll – E50, 51 & 53, R20 on her lips and cheeks
Hair – E 42, 43 & 44
Clothes – R81, 83 & 85, YG61, 63 & 67
Background – BG10, 11 & 15, W00, 1, & 3
November 27, 2013
Anything Goes, Copic, Simon Says Stamp, Tiddly Inks
Happy Thanksgiving Crafters, I hope you have a wonderful and safe holiday!
Today I am sharing a card that I’m entering into the Fabulous Inky Friday Challenge #122 over at the Tiddly Inks Challenge Blog. The theme for this challenge is “Anything Goes” and the only rule is that you have to use a Tiddly Inks Image. The image I have used is a digital stamp call “Joy Bugg”, and you can find her in the Tiddly Inks Digital Stamp store, although she is now part of a set called “Buggs – Mega Pack”.
I printed the image out on a piece of Copic X-Press It Blending Card that I purchased from Simon Says Stamp. I love this card stock for using my Copic Markers on, they blend together really well when you use this paper, although I didn’t use blending or shading in this card, I just when for basic solid coloring. I also added some Stickles Star Dust glitter glue to make her wings sparkle and then added some White Enamel Accents on her hat and dress, these look like little raised up dots, but I don’t think this shows up very well in the picture.
The papers I used are from the 6 x 6 designer paper pad “Lime Twist” from My Minds Eye, which I also purchased from Simon Says Stamp. I also used the largest die cut from my Lacy Squares Spellbinders set to layer in the back of my colored image and then used some foam squares to pop it up off the card base.
Thanks for stopping by, Happy Holidays!
September 1, 2013
Card stock, Copic Markers, Image, Lili Of The Valley Stamps, Paper, Simon Says Stamp, Stamp - From All Of Us, Stamps
Happy Weekend! Happy 1st Day of September! Today I have a card made with one of the Lili Of The Valley Stamps that I received in the mail a few weeks ago. I just LOVE these stamps, they are so cute!
The image I used is called “From All Of Us” and you can get it here. I stamped the image with a Memento Ink Pad (Tuxedo Black) on a piece of Copic X-press It Blending Card Stock that I purchased from Simon Says Stamp and then colored it with Copic Markers. This is also the first time I have posted a card with an image colored on this paper, and I’m not sure if it shows in the pictures or not, but the colors really blend well.
I cut the easel card base and top out of some craft card stock using my Silhouette Cutting Machine. The Decorative paper is from Simple Stories “Fabulous” 6 x6 paper pad. This card measures about 5.25 x 5.25 finished so, the 6×6 paper pads work great for this type of card.
August 6, 2013
Christmas card, Christmas stamp, Lili Of The Valley Stamps
Hey Crafters! At the end of July I ordered my first ever Lili Of The Valley stamps, and because they are located in the UK it could be up to 21 days before I received them. Boy was I happy and excited when they arrived in just over a week!
I have been drooling over all of their cute stamps for at least a year now and once I saw their new Christmas Stamps, I took the plunge! I can’t wait to start my Christmas Cards now! I also purchased some general every day stamps as well. Hopefully I will have some cute cards to post int he next few weeks!
Lili Of The Valley Stamps
July 14, 2013
Martha Stewart, Mother of the Bride
Today I have a card that I made for a friend who needed a “Mother of the Bride” card. I wanted to keep it simple, so I just found a nice sentiment and shape and then used the “Print & Cut” feature on my Silhouette Cameo, and combined it with some pretty paper from My Minds Eye. I also punched the edge with a Martha Stewart edge punch to add a nice decorative element.
A Card for the Mother of the Bride
July 7, 2013
Silhouette Cameo, Wedding
Hello, today I have a quick post of a wedding card that I made using my Silhouette Cameo. I found the card idea on this YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8ipA9J1T3c I did alter mine a tiny bit as I didn’t have any ribbon that I liked. After downloading a heart shape that I thought worked well from the Silhouette Store, it was a really simple card to make.