Monday, February 20, 2012

Untitle Card

This card is out of my comfort zone, but I am happy with the results. I usually use darker papers :)
This is a 5x5 card that I layered up and added lots of detail.  The embossing folder is from Stampin' Up!, on top of that is a Wilton doily, Lacy Squares from Spellbinders, and some BEAUTIFUL Melissa Frances chipboard that I won at Lilsweetpea's blog!  Thanks Kristin!  It is finished off with Bo Bunny Gabrielle accent piece.

I used some pop up dots on this card for depth

A close up of some details

Love this wonderful white crinkle ribbon

The corner pieces are from Prima

Thank you so much for taking the time to look today.
Have a great evening~

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Love U

I made this card with "stash stuff"!  I almost ALWAYS just go to my stash.  Working with what I've got helps me use the stuff I have, although it doesn't stop my from shopping at all!  (hehee) To make the circle I used Spellbinders scalloped circles, the patterned paper is sooo old, can't tell you who it's by.  The black bling is from Prima, Tim's rosette was used here (the smallest one) and I cut the heart out with my poor neglected Cricut!  The bling on the heart is a button I got with the crinkle ribbon.  Thanks for looking today!  

Happy 50th Birthday

I wanted to share this card I made this afternoon for a friend who will be celebrating her 50th B-day! She is into Vintage big time and thought this might be nice to send her. I used the new Glitz line called "French Kiss" for the card and added a Tim Holtz bookplate and some Melissa Frances resin to complete it. Oh, made a little bit of bling to add to it too. It turned out ok....hope she likes it.

And so it begins

Blogging.  I decided to give this a try for my paper crafting most of all.  Viewing other's blogs is inspiring to me and hope that you might enjoy some of what I have created.  All of you have been so kind in helping others achieve a higher quality of work because you share with others how to do things, and I would like to join in.  Hope you might tag along while I start this process.  Thanks for stopping by and always love to hear from people!