Sunday, October 24, 2010

Halloween card for a spooky halloween

I just finished my Halloween card for the Paper Crafts October 2010 Gallery Challenge /
stamps: Stampin Up, Martha Stewart
ink: Versafine, G Studio, Tsukineko, Colorbox
paper; Stampin Up , Martha Stewart
punches; Martha Stewart, EKsuccess, Stampin Up
and recollections overlay

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Flower and butterflies

This card I made for another coworker and her birthday is on Halloween so I definitely wanted to stay away from anything Halloween-ish.  I also used Tombo to color in flower, I am not familiar with coloring in with markers, I had done a little with the fairy card,  I had seen some tutorials with copics, but couldn't afford them and read tombo's were good alternative for a lower price so I picked up some of those.  But what I have seen with copics is amazing, so I have to figure out is it the colorer (me) or the markers.  I think I'll save up for some copics.


This card I made for a coworker he has a Harley, I knew  I wanted to use orange and black but I was trying to not make it look like Halloween.  It was a little challenge for me.

Fairy card

She is so cute!  I was dying to use this stamp and I finally got a chance to.  If I remember right the stamp is from Sweet Pea.  I colored her in with Tombo markers and pencils.  I would love to have Copics but they will have to wait.

A Treasure Box

I had so much fun creating this box,  I made this for my boss for National Boss Day, she loves boxes.  She is the best boss ever!
                                                                            This is the top

the inside

the bottom even turned out pretty good
 then the four sides


A Fairy and Butterflies

I love this card, I think it came together very well ,  I almost had to keep it. I just love the silhoutte of the fairy.  I had wanted to try the cut out on the inside, that was fun. Not my idea I had seen it somewhere else.  I love it when everything just ends up flowing together.  I think this card does.

Rose card

It's been to long since I have posted, still trying to get the hang of things, have been checking out other blogs, some are just amazing, just discovered digi stamps, just wonderful.  OK on with my projects I've been working on.

This is a rose card I made for a co stamper in my card class.  I used Tim Holtz distress crackle paint, but I think it may have gone bad because it was extremely thick in the bottle and didn't crackle all that much.