Sunday, December 18, 2016

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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Grateful


Gold embossing, metal charms and twine embellish the metallic watercolor splash across this Autumn panel. I popped it up onto an embossed cardstock of coordinating colors and gold tones.

Challenges Entered:

Paper Smooches November Challenge: GOLD

Paper Sweeties Inspiration #37

Word Art Wednesday Challenge #207 Anything Goes



Sunday, October 11, 2015

Autumn Splendor

I wanted to make a unique autumn card. This card has been on my mind in a fall color scheme with rolling hills pattern using textured solids. The white cardstock is stamped and pops through stamped fallscape of orange sky using a circle punch. Together it is a flowing movement of autumn leaves, wind and hills. 

Challenges Entered:





Tuesday, September 15, 2015

The Happy couple!



Our friends son is marrying a great gal and I made this card especially for them, even tried to match their hair and skin tones. I paper pieced a lace dolie onto the brides dress and I loved the results, it looks runway ready! I have had this stamp set tucked away waiting for a wedding and thought this is the perfect time to bring it out and finally use it!


I have entered this card in the following challenges:




Tuxedo Card

  
I needed the perfect wedding card for my two friends who will tie the knot the beginning of October. Since it's a two tuxedo wedding I thought this was the perfect card for them. On the lapel is a red rose boutineer and in the shirt pocket is a red kerchief made from Really Reasonable Ribbon Sheer and Satin Christmas Assortment. If you look closely you can see I used a bling butterfly beside the rose to look like leaves.  So I was then able to enter RRR Challenge this week too.
The jacket is held closed with a tiny magnet set. 
I liked making this card for my friends, I hope they enjoy it.
I was pleased to enter these challenges since this card is perfect for my entries.  

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Friday, September 11, 2015

Card Challenge


Congratulations for earning blue belt and winning tournament was inorder for my son. So I created this double card. The Gi opens to show the congrats for blue belt and the entire card opens to the congratulations for the tournament. I stamped, punched out and added banner background and a clear plastic star embellishment.
The Gi was fussy cut with a blue ribbon belt added.

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