I made this card for the Featured Stamper challenge on SCS last night. Jo (reddyisco) has many beautiful cards to take inspiration from! I found one that I wanted to case, but used a different stamp and colored it with copics. The background embossing is done in the cuttlebug with the Floral screen folder. I added a green edge punched panel in place of her ribbon and a button instead of a bow. I’m so happy with how it turned out! I really like this little Flourishes bird and branch together from the Home Tweet Home set. Thanks so much for stopping by today!! Deena
I made these stationery flats and thought I’d enter them into the SCS Free4All Friday challenge and Flourishes Cut above the Rest challenge. They’re clean and simple , but elegant too, I think. I used a Martha Stewart edge punch for the decorative top edge backed by the olive and Night of Navy cardstock bases. The navy stationery is stamped with a Flourishes Tag Lines stamp. The notes above have a stamped quote from Stampin’ Up.
Two new baby girls in the family this summer, and here are the cards that I made for them, both in a z fold pattern. I’m a Great Aunt 4 times over now! Stamps: Flourishes Baby Love set Paper: Cosmo Cricket Honey Pie, old olive cs, white cs ink: Memento rich Cocoa Accesories: Copic markers, Winter Wonderland cricut cartridge (letters), cricut expression, scallop edge punch, oval punches Papers: Cosmo Cricket Honey Pie dp, white cardstock Accessories: Cricut expression, A Child’s Year cartridge I’m entering the top card into this week’s Flourishes “celebration” Timeless Tuesday challenge. A new baby is a wonderful reason to celebrate, I think! Thanks for stopping by! See you all tomorrow with a new Crafty Creations challenge card! Deena
Hello!! I hope you are all enjoying the summer so far! There’s been some record high heat in many areas, so I hope everyone is keeping cool and hydrated! I made this card for my niece, her wedding shower is this Sunday! I used the SCS sketch challenge to bring this toghether. The dp is lovely Juliette s.e.i paper, so shimmery and pretty, a gift from my friend Peggy! I used Bittersweet Basic Grey paper for the first layer. I added more shimmer with my Sakura gelly roll pen on the cake and sentiment. The flower is punched from crepe paper and colored with copics, and finished off with a sparkle brad. Stamps: Stampin’ Up! Fun and Fast Notes Accessories: oval punch, scallop oval punch, corner rounder punch, flower punches, brad, Cricut Accent Essentials cartridge (circle), Copics: R11, R20, YG91, Sakura gelly roll gold pen CHALLENGE INSPIRED: SCS sketch C.R.A.F.T challenge: cakes/ice cream Thanks for stopping by today!! Deena
Phew it’s been a HOT few days here in Montreal! My boys and I have been fully enjoying our pool! Am I ever glad we finally decided to put one in! It’s been heaven having a way to cool off and spend some fun time with them and my husband when he gets home from work! Having the boys home from school is proving to be fun but I sure don’t get much work done with them around! That would be fine, except I have my niece’s wedding invitations to finish in the next two weeks, and a big birthday card order, as well a few other projects to get done this summer. I hate to stay indoors working when my boys want to play and I need to be out there with them if they want to swim. I started a daily routine of reading with them. We’re reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Bloom. AND no T.V or video/computer games in the afternoon! I read to them for half an …
Birthday blossoms in the shape of a cake! This cute stamp is an oldie but a goody from MFT You Take the Cake set. I stamped the background in Rich Razzleberry with a flower stamp from SU! Live Like You Mean it! set. The “Bonne Fete” birthday greeting is from Bonnidee stamps. I cased this lovely card HERE from the SCS featured stamper. Of course I changed things…flipped the sketch, changed the colors and used different stamps, and a different border punch. I used my Cricut to cut the frame. Hope you like it! It was a busy weekend with my Son’s 9th birthday party on Sunday. He had a great day for his pool party! We were so happy, because it rained for three days leading up to it! We couldn’t have had a better day; it was hot, sunny and perfect. Thanks for stopping by, and have a creative day! Deena
Hi! It’s another beautiful hot day here in Montreal! I had a wonderful long weekend with the boys, swimming in our new pool, and have been spending most of my time outdoors! You know what that means…not a whole lot of stamping going on! I do have to get more birthday cards done and I have 70 wedding invitations to make for my niece, so I really should get inside my craft room…but it’s soooo hard when I’m enjoying the first sunny hot days of the season! I wish I had a craft area outdoors! lol These are some french birthday cards that I made last week. They are clean and simple but I tried to use some eye catching colors for some pop! Have a wonderful, creative day!!!! Deena