Sunday, October 2, 2022

Trick or Treat

Hello and thanks for stopping in today!!

Well, since halloween is right around the corner, I decided to make a card that celebrated that fun holiday.

I recently got a freebie from KaDoodle Bug Designs and he was calling out to me to use him on a card.(I guess it's a him, LOL) 

Snce I had a few other things on my table, I decided to incorporate some of them on this card. 

First, I used the Peeking Pumpkin Skunk digital image from KaDoodle Bug Designs as the main part of the card. Next I used some pumpkin shapes and a fence. The sentiment is from an old Unity halloween set and I used some circles and an oval die cut shapes as well.  BTW that background is one of the sheets I made using my Gel Plate. I make these and then hold on to them to use on cards from time to time.

Here is the finished card using all those things.


 

SUPPLIES I USED ON MY PROJECT

StampsDigi stamp - KaDoodle Bug Designs - Peeking Pumpkin Skunk; Rubber Stamp - Heartfelt Creations - Fence - Hollyhock Fence
Paper/Card Stock
White CS, Black CS, Orange CS

Ink: VersaFine Clair - Morning Mist
Dies Used
Heartfelt Creations - Fence - Hollyhock Fence; Spellbinders - Oval and Circles and Pumpkins
Accessories: Spectrum Noir alcohol Markers, Gel Plate, Acrylic Paints, Stencils

I am submitting my card to the following challenges:


That's it for now. Hope this card will give you some inspiration for a project you need to make.

Thanks for stopping in and I will be back soon.

Thursday, September 15, 2022

World Wide Open Design Team Challenge #09- Sept 15 2022

  It's time for the September challenge over at 


World Wide Open Design Team Challenge #09

September 15 2022  through October 12 2022

My DT Project is using 

Sweet Love


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SUPPLIES I USED ON MY PROJECT

Stamps: Digital - Julia Spiri - Sweet Love; Rubber Stamp - Heartfelt Creations Celebrate the season - Twisted Vines; sentiment - CandiStamps
Ink
Memento - Northern Pine, Rhubarb Stalk

Dies - Heartfelt Creations Celebrate the Season (Twisted Vine); Sizzix - Filmstrip (old)
Paper/Card StockWhite CS, DP, Red CS, Black CS
Accessories Spectrum Noir alcohol Markers; Outline stickers - Borders


I am submitting my card in the following challenges:

Thanks for stopping by today. I will be back soon

Monday, September 12, 2022

Another Napkin Card

 Hi Everyone,

I know I blogged about napkin cards a few posts ago. But I went shopping at The Dollar Tree and I found a package of napkins that are so pretty and perfect for the fall season we are now in. And these napkins just jumped into my basket!! And I just had to share the cards I made using this napkin with you all. If you missed my original post on how I made a napkin card you can read this post and follow along on how I make these cards. 


These napkins are just 2 ply, 14 to the pack and the size is 11.75" X 15.75".  Which is pretty big if you ask me. 


 Napkin opened up

I cut the napkin in half thru the center of the white space amd removed the bottom ply. 

I used a 12 X12 piece of white CS, cut it to a 6 X 12 and applied the glue to the CS, (My glue is blue when applied and turns clear when it is drying.


Next I gently laid the napkin down on the glued CS and patted the napkin down. I then gently smoothed the napkin and set it aside to dry.


After the drying period, I trimmed the piece down, cutting off the border on the botton and then trimmed the top as well. This left the mounted napkin about 5 3/4" high and about 11 3/4" across. 

Next I cut it in half so I could get two 6' x 6" cards out of this half of the napkin.


To finish, I added some colored layers to a 6" X 6"  card base and attached the napkin layer and added some decorative corners, and a sentiment and the 2 cards are done. 


OK, I promise that I won't do anymore napkin cards for a while, 
or if I do I won't go into detail on how I did it. LOL

SUPPLIES I USED ON MY PROJECT

Stamps: stamps - Hello - MFT - Thinking of You; Fall - Great Impressions
Paper/Card StockWhite CS, Gray CS, Orange CS
Ink: Memento - Morocco
Accessories: Paper Napkin, Glue Stick


I am submiting my project to the the following challenges:

Thanks for stopping in today and I will be back soon with another project. 
Nope it won't be a napkin card, promise.

Saturday, September 10, 2022

It's A Boy

 Hello everyone,

Thought I'd pop in and show a comissioned piece that I just finished and delivered.

It's a Baby Boy book.

It was pretty easy to make and the person who purchased it, just loved it. 

Let me share some photos of the book.

Here is the front cover



inside

The checkered piece you see in the above pic, is attached to the 6X6 page Its a half page and it folds to the back of that page, it holds a small long tag. To the right of the binding you will see a powder blue half page. It folds to the front of that 6X6 page. It too holds a long tag.The 6X6 page also holds a pull out as well, so there is lots of room to add pics and notes.

another page

This 6X6 book also has 3X6 pages on either side of the 6X6. I make these books with 6 pages and the book has a front and back covers, just like a regular book. I added decorative binding to each page and the covers and used my Cinch to bind it with binding wires. There is plenty of room for pics and notes and other rememberences and small memorabilia. I added white ribbon to the pull outs (tags) so its easy to spot and to pull out.

The DP I used is from a 12X12 pad that I purchased last year -  I think I bought it at Stampeddler Plus near Novi Michgan, at a great craft store. They had very unique items and I also picked up a pad for girls as well. 

I love making these books and as I mentioned they are easy to make (IMHO). Of course everything is easy when you know how, LOL. (That's what a lot of my friends tell me anyway.)


SUPPLIES I USED ON MY PROJECT

Paper/Card StockWhite CS, Blue CS, DP from Cavania (London) It's a Boy 12X12 paper pad
Accessories: WeR Memory Keepers Cinch Binding Tool, Cinch wires, Coin Envelopes, Catalog size (6X9) envelopes. Liquid Glue


I am submitting my project to the following challenges:

Well that's it for now. Hope you enjoyed my latest project and I will return soon with another project.