Happy birthday today to my son, Vincent. This is the birthday card I made for him using an adorable image called Bass Kit from Kitty Bee Designs. I really like how it turned out and it didn't take many different items to make it.
SU - Musical Score Background Stamp
MFT - All Occasion Sentiments Stamp Set
SU - Real Red & Basic Black card stock
Me & My Big Ideas - Music Embellishment
Copics - Various colors
SU - Dimensionals
I hope you have a great birthday. Enjoy your special day! Until next time...
I have another Valentine card that I wanted to show you. It was made for my February spotlight over at Kitty Bee Designs using a cute little image called Panda Cupid Couple.
I used lots of bright red glimmer paper made by Stampin' UP! Here are the other products I also used to make my Valentine.
SU - Real Red card stock
Recollections - DP from the Be Mine collection
MFT - Blueprints Tag Builder 3 Die-namics
MFT - Blueprints 3 Die-namics
MFT - Pierced Rectangle STAX Die-namics
Spica - Twinkling Like the Stars Red marker
Red jewel for the flower center
Making Memories Sticky Squares to lift the image up on the card
I couldn't wait to work on this card. I had gone to Michael's a couple of days ago and decided to buy some washi tape and try my hand at making a card with it. I normally use patterned design paper so this was really a different approach to getting some background pattern on my card.
I decided to make a Valentine card that I needed as a swap card in one of the card groups I belong to. I thought the washi tape added a nice pattern for my background. It's always fun trying something new when making cards!
Here are the products used to make my Valentine.
MFT - Blueprints #29 Die-namics
SU - Cute Converse stamp set
Spellbinders - Classic Hearts Dies
SU - Silver Glimmer Paper
SU - Pink Passion & Basic Black card stock
Washi Tape - assorted
Cuttlebug - Swiss Dots embossing folder
Silver Cord Ribbon
Miscellaneous circle punches
On every first Sunday of each month, I post a new Spotlight card made using a digital image from Kitty Bee Designs. I decided to use this cute little panda image called Good Luck Panda for my January spotlight.
This easy card was made using the following products...
Kitty Bee Designs - Digital image Good Luck Panda
MFT - Zig Zag Stitched Square STAX
SU - Bamboo II Background Stamp
SU - Creamy Caramel and Wild Wasabi Card stock and dye based inks
Copics - various colors
My Mind's Eye - enamel Dots
I hope you like my January spotlight card. See you again soon!
This is the Christmas card I made to send out this year. It's not my typical style of card, but I really like it, along with the navy blue card stock it was made with.
I wouldn't have been able to make this card without the help of my MISTI. I needed a clear, sharp image and MISTI was up to the task with all of the multiple times the stamp had to be re-inked to get a nice dark, clean image on so many cards. Here are the products used to make my card.
SU - Very Vanilla & Night of Navy card stock
SU - Joyful Nativity stamp set
Sunny Studios - Holiday Style stamp set
SU - Night of Navy ink
Gold embossing powder
I wish each and everyone of you a wonderful Christmas, and a safe, healthy, happy new year!
Here is the card I made for challenge #109 over at Kitty Bee Designs, Aloha Challenge in December. The adorable kitty image is from one of the sponsors of the challenge, Kadoodle Bug Designs. The image is called Cute Kitty Christmas.
I've been wanting to use the MFT Die-namics called Stitched Scallop Basic Edges and thought that it would be perfect for my card. It sets this little kitty with the bowl of Christmas cookies off perfectly! The other products that were used for my card were...
Spellbinders - Holiday Dies
Memory Box - Twinkling Snowflake Duet Die
SU - Silver Glimmer Paper
SU - Garden Green Card Stock
SU - Kraft Card Stock
American Crafts - DP from the Marquee Love Collection
Copics - Various Colors
Unfortunately, my picture doesn't show the beautiful sparkle of the twinkling snowflakes on the card, but this SU Glimmer Paper really has a wonderful sparkle to it! It's my favorite glitter paper I've ever used.
Once in a while, I like making something other than a card when stamping. One of the other crafty things I really like doing is cross-stitch. Using a new Die-namic from MFT, called Cross-Stitch Tag, was the perfect combination for me!
The image is an adorable digital one called Ugly Sweater Panda from Kitty Bee Designs. Here are the other products I used to make my tags...
Sunny Studio - Mug Hugs stamp set
Recollections - Snowflake embellishment
Paper Flair - DP from the Christmas Brights Collection
Bazzill Card Stock - Ruby
3/8" Grosgrain Ribbon
Copics -Various colors
Loops and Threads - Cord thread used to stitch the background on the left tag
This card was made for my daughter, Jocelyn, as a Thanksgiving card. I think the background paper is perfect for this adorable little scarecrow image by Bugaboo. Besides the image (called Autumn Scarecrow), here are the other things that I used to make Jocelyn's card.
I just love the color of autumn! Oranges, reds, yellow, rust....just beautiful together, just like the fall leaves of New England. This card is made using an image from JustRite, called Autumn Blessings. Along with it, here are the other things I used to made my fall card.
Cuttlebug - Embossing folder called Houndstooth
SU - Pumpkin Pie & Basic Black card stock
MFT - Zig Zag Stitched Oval STAX die-namics