Friday, October 29, 2010
Yeah! It's Friday. I am so excited I am going to spend the weekend scrapping with my friends. Lots of food, fun, laughs, and paper crafting.
The stamps used for these treats which I sent with my husband to Budapest for our youngest son, were clips from the Halloween framed project on Wednesday. What a versatile stamp. The pumpkin in the window frame is from another stamp.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Halloween is around the corner. This stamp is pretty awesome and just perfect for some Halloween fun! I used Copic markers, Spica pens and Martha Stewart glow in the dark glitter to create this Halloween scene. I mounted the picture on my favorite polka dot paper in purple, used my cricket to create the letters for Happy Halloween and for the final touch I framed it in a simple black picture frame.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Here he is again, a too cute Pure Innocence stamp. Colored with Copics YG91, B37, E00, R02, E57, B41 with a touch of a gold Spica. I used Rosie's Roadshow clouds to add some interest to the card. Don't you love the dogs bow. This was a piece an awesome ribbon that was given to me. Enjoy!
Monday, October 25, 2010
I went shopping last weekend and bought this Pure Innocence image. They are adorable. For this card I used spellbinders, Copics YG91, E13, E00, R02 and gold Spica pen. The background paper is Basic Grey Pyrus.
I named him Edwin, he is just so darn cute with his little dog. Check back tomorrow and see him on a different card.
Friday, October 22, 2010
I could never find a way to use the Amuse Three Cups stamp . However, last weekend I bought Basic Grey Pyrus paper which goes so well with Copic B26 and R02. I used a little liquid glass in the cups. To give the finishing touches I used a black Spica.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
I just love this stamp. I got it on one of my trips to Chicago at the Paper Source. The image was colored with E13, E57, Y38, and Y21. Liquid glass was used to accent the center of flower and a clear star jelly roll pen was used to accent the petals of the flower. Don't you just love the paper - it SEI Moonrise. Love it!!! One of my good scrapping friends gave me a piece to use. I think this is my favorite paper....I've got to order some...
Monday, October 18, 2010
Sunday, October 17, 2010
I was on a quest to create 10 different cards for my son CJ and his friend Ian who are doing a semester abroad in Budapest. So I chose Mallary who is just so adorable. I colored the images Brellie and Mallary using copics B04, Y11, Y38, Y19, B06, YG25 and BG10. Mallary's fluff was highlighted with a gold Spica pen as was the Brellie handle. I used liquid glass to give the effect of water.