Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Here's another Christmas Card I made on Friday. Created using one corner stamp from Club Scrap. I stamped it several times and cut out each triangle, then formed them into the tree shape. Added some gold ultra fine glitter here and there...and presto, done. It's simple, but interesting
I spent some quality time with a great friend this past Friday making cards. She had a goal of 15 and i think she got pretty darn close. I didn't have any particular goal, but i knew i wanted to make a mix of traditional and non-traditional Christmas Cards. I found this challenge at Color Throwdown and I knew it was perfect!!
All paper is Club Scrap except the snowflakes.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
I am thankful for my many blessings...
(i could go on...).
Here's the only Thanksgiving Day card I had time to make and I hope the recipient doesn't see it here before it arrives to her doorstep (but that is a possibility!)
This follows a sketch challenge posted by my sister at Club Scrap. I used a silhouette cut I made from the Outlines posies set and inked 3 in different colors (aged mahagoney, mustard seed and orange marmalade), cut them apart and mixed and matched the pieces to form the turkeys feathers. The body of the turkey is a very old punch from my stash of a christmas tree. I found the turkey face/neck online and printed it out then colored it with markers. All Club Scrap papers, but all from my scrap drawer, so I couldn't tell you what kits.
Happy Turkey Day to all....Be sure to let someone know how thankful you are for them today.
Formatting keeps getting all flubbed up on this post. Not sure why. must be turkey gremlins :)