Congratulations to Robbie, she was picked as one of the winners through VerveVisuals
for a sketch challenge, check out the link to see her cards. Great job Robbie!!!
Well my card is really simple, I needed a no brainer today. My hubby and both kids were home today and let me tell you it has been a really busy day. My color challenge colors were Cameo Coral and Tempting Turquoise and I added in the Chocolate Chip to pull it together. 😉
Stamps: So Many Scallops Paper: Cameo Coral, Chocolate Chip, White, and Petals & Paisleys DSP (retired) Ink: Cameo Coral and Chocolate Chip Accessories: Satin Ribbon, Ticket Corner Punch, and Build a Brad.
I saw the faux shaving cream technique on a blog and remembered I had learned how to do this at convention. I had the colors Tempting Turquoise and Garden Green and I immediately thought of an underwater scene. I created the background by sponging Tempting Turquoise all over the white then going back and sponging Garden Green on top. The small picture is a close up of the wheeled background to show how it looks like bubbles under the water. Here is the card I came up with. Let me know what you think.
Stamps: Various fish, Whimsy wheel Paper: Garden Green, Tempting Turquoise, White Ink: Garden Green, Tempting Turquoise, Basic Black, Silver Accessories: photo corner punch, Whimsy wheel, corrugator, silver brads, dimensionals, sponges.
Well since I missed my card for yesterday I am doing Beate’s Weekend Sketch Challenge
for my card today. I went a little green on this one, hope you like what I came up with. Have a wonderful weekend, thanks for stopping by. 🙂
Stamp Set: Frolicking Frogs Paper: Wild Wasabi, Certainly Celery, Wild Wasabi Prints DSP Ink: Accessories: Large Oval, Small Oval, Brads, Watercolor Wonder Crayons, Glitter, and Wild Wasabi Double Sticked Ribbon.
What a dreary day! It doesn’t help with photographing pictures either. I created this card this morning. I saw one of these on a blog I read and thought it was fun. I went to Splitcoast and found the directions
. It didn’t look like it would be hard so I decided to give it a try. After I had folded my circles I wanted to see what other people had used in the center of theirs. In searching the gallery
I saw this card
and wanted to use the same general idea. Once I created my card it was still missing something so I decided to just case her card. Here is my take on her design. If you look you will see there is no stamping involved in this card. Let me know what you think.
Groovy Guava and Berry Bliss DS Paper, Groovy Guava, White Ink:
Close to Cocoa, Groovy Guava Accessories:
Photo Corner punch, Circle punch, Spring Bouquet punch, Mini Blossoms Kit (Making Memories) for tiny center flower, white brad, dimensionals, sponge.
In making the dahlia the folding can be challenging but I learned several tricks in putting it together. Hope you like this. I am off to visit my interns. Thanks for looking!