I spent some time the other day on Silhouette's Blog. I discovered that they have a weekly challenge. It is posted every Friday and you have a week to come up with a project. This week, they used the scalloped badges. I had it already in my library so I just had to make a card to enter in the challenge.
I also used the Layered Daisy Flower. The card was quick and easy to put together. I hope you like what I came up with.
Hello everyone. I hope everyone has plans to be crafty this weekend. I am hoping to clean off my table after dinner tonight and make something. I have a challenge over on Silhouette Online that I want to play with and then I also need to complete my Repeat Impressions challange for next week. And then my list of stamps and digital files I want to play with is just endless. Hopefully I will find the time to play with something.
I won't tell you how long I play with this slider card. It has been a couple of years since I have made one. I just had to try the pinwheel one. I originally saw it on Dostamping. When I saw Silhouette come out with a slider card cutting file, I just had to make it.
The sliding is a little jumpy at times but I thought the card came out great.
While I was on Bird's site the other night, I saved the pieces to make this card. I just love the frames and even though the weather feels like summer, it is still spring so I wanted to make a couple of these before summer officially started.
The color doesn't show very well in the picture but I did color on the back of the vellum.
Supply list: paper from Blanc Boutique Pack by the Paper Studio, Copic markers; G07, RV13, RV14; Thinking of You stamp by Hero Arts.
I haven't cut any of Bird's patterns lately, so when I sat down tonight to work on birthday cards, I decided to cut one of her patterns. I just love her site. I can always find some thing to work on from her site.
I decided to make one of her background cards tonight. It is just perfect. It will be one that I cut again and again.
I am so upset with myself. I forgot to post my Sketch challenge card yesterday. I used one of my favorite Repeat Impressions' stamps. I just love the daisies and butterfly. I cut out one of the daisies for the corner.
I ordered a couple of new stamps from Repeat Impressions. I just need to find the time to mount them and then stamp with them.
It is that time again. Time for a Repeat Impressions' challenge and this week it was definitely a challenge for me. That is one of the reasons, I like the challenges so much. They make me work at my stamping. And that makes it fun.
This week's challenge was masculine cards. This has always been hard for me and I am not sure my card is as masculine as it can be but I would send this card to several of the men in my family. Including my father-in-law. Plus I just love making patriotic cards.
I cut this card with my Silhouette Cameo. It makes card making so easy. I know you have heard this from me before if you check my blog regularly, but I am enjoying my cameo so much. It makes card making so much easier. I don't have to design the actual card anymore, I just pick one out and cut. Then all that is left is stamping my main image.
I used Stampin' Up "Up in the Air" as the stamp on the card and colored it with copic markers; B02 and YG03.
I hope you enjoy the card. I have great Sunday afternoon.
I really meant to post this before I left for work this morning but I just ran out of time.
Here is my big announcement, I have been picked to be a Guest Artist this month on Repeat Impressions. I love the stamps over at Repeat Impressions. If you don't have any of their stamps, take a moment and look at their site. They have some great stamps.
Today, they posted their What If Wednesday Challenge. I made two cards for the challenge. I hope you enjoy both of them.