Archive for November, 2009

Glittery Flower Card with Ricrac

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Products used: DCWV The Spring II Mat Stacks, K&Company Rub-on Magic, CTMH Liquid Glass, CTMH White Daisy Ricrac, unknown snaps and vellum Thank You sticker.

I started off using the Sunday sketch at 365 cards and this is what I ended up with.  I wanted stitching around the edges but didn’t have the right thread.  Then I started handstitching and that was just too much work!  So I ended up with piercing around the border and snaps in the corners (to cover up where I started stitching. :-)  I was originally thinking to use pop dots on the flowers but the liquid glass added the dimension that I wanted.

Challenge:
365 Super Sketchy Sunday – Day 253
Use Your Stash – Challenge Monday
The Pink Elephant – Challenge #40
Cute Card Thursday – Glitter Me Silly

Couple Christmas Layout

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Products used: Creative Imaginations paper, CTMH ribbons, Prima Say it in Crystals, Kaisercraft rhinestones, and Provocraft Pixie Serif Black Alphabitties stickers.

Based on Scrap Sketch #179.

Wow, talk about an old picture!  But I’m getting some odds and ends cleaned up.

Challenges:
Allsorts Challenge – Bring out your bling!
Creative Inspirations Challenge 34 – Red & Black
Creative Card Crew Challenge 35 – Ribbons & Gems

10,000 hits – Thank you!

My counter has reached 10,000 hits!   I want to take a moment and thank all of you, my online friends, for visiting.  I hope you enjoy my blog and that it inspires you to craft in some way or at least brightens your day.

Disney Toy Story Parade at California Adventure

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Products used: DCWV papers, CTMH ribbon, EK Success vellum stickers, and CTMH Cherish idea book.  Title piece unknown.

It was a gorgeous day for this parade but as you can see the girls were wearing their coats.  That’s because it was a wet parade with a lot of water being sprayed out into the crowd!  I had so many great pictures from this parade so I made a 3-page layout.  The third page will follow the first two when I put them in my book.  The Mickey hands were vellum stickers which I put on white cardstock, cut out, and added to my layout with pop-up dots.

Help me hit 10,000!

I am amazed that I am so close to 10,000 hits already!  If you enjoy my blog I would love if you’d tell your friends to come and visit and help me reach this goal.  Upcoming posts will include Disney layouts and more Workshop on the Go layouts!