Sunday, November 23, 2008

I am on a roll....

I made this card with Jen del Muro's Sketch for You to Try.... Be sure to visit Jen at i{heart}2stamp, to see Jen's sample. Her guest designer Becca Feeken's sample, and also what the rest of the SFYTT comes up with! Thanks for sharing Jen.
I got this new stamp from Our daily bread Designs and never used it, so I decided to ink it up for this sketch. I like it when you smudges ink on the card how it look, so I smudged the edge of the card with borcade blue ink to give it a distress look. Now my fingers are all blue lol! (Note to my self, wear glove when smudging ink) :) I like how this card turn out. I think that even though I did not used a lot of accessories(Pearls) it still look great. You know me I can't live without my!! I think I did well without them on this one. What do you think!!

This next Card is for Fresh and fun weekend Sketch Challenge #67.

I am on a roll with these Sketches!!! Not very often I get to play along with so many sketches.. This is my card for Beate Weekend Sketch challenge . I started making this card last night and didn't finish it until today. I guess I am missing the snow more that I think, because all I want to make is cards that has some sort of snow team on them. My SU snowman stamp is get used after sitting around collecting dust for about a year now lol! It was fun inking up this guy. I add some glitter on the bottom for my snow. My colors was also inspire from the Inspirational Challenge over at splitcoast. This was a fun card to make. My girls love it when I use glitter, because the get to get some to put on their arms. Little girls and glitters I tell you! They even try to used my Clear Embossing powder and then they would asked, mommy why it is not sparkling! Then I will have to explain why it is not sparkling and then comes the BUT WHY question... You know how that goes....

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Light of the world

Card Recipe
Light of the world
Paper: Brocade Blue, Night of Navy, White, Watercolor, Vellum.
Ink: Black, Brocade Blue
Tools & Accessories: Ribbon, Cuttlebug & Folder, Shrinky Dinks,
Nestabilities, Clear embossing Powder, Sponge, Assorted SU Markers, Sewing Machine

Card Recipe:
Frosty - Stampin Up
Paper: Old olive, White, Baja Breeze,Vellum, Holiday Happening DP
Ink: Black, Brocade Blue
Tools & Accessories: Cuttlebug & Folder, MS Punch, Glitter, Crystal Effect, Clear Embossing Powder,
Assorted SU Markers, Sewing Machine

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  1. I love the first card, color and image are so fun

  2. You are on a roll! These are all especially beautiful!

  3. WHY?! Don't you just love that?! One of these days I'm going to do that to my kids - ask them why about EVERYTHING!

    Great card - I love the little glittery snowflakes!!
    hugs, Jami

  4. Ooops...I didn't scroll up far enough and missed the lighthouse - this is beautiful - I just love the soft glow and the darker colors!
    hugs, again, Jami

  5. These are beautiful cards. A lovely blog
    Fiona :)

  6. These are both stunning! I am enjoying looking through your blog! Beautiful work! TFS!


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