Monday, October 29, 2007
Tuesday, October 23, 2007
My 11 year old son helped with this bunch and he wanted this bright Only Orange. I personally prefer Pumpkin Pie or More Mustard for pumpkins. But hey, Geoffrey was happy!
Supplies needed: two 2x6" strips of paper
lighter or lit candle
optional: Jumbo Wheel like So Swirly or Cutlebug and embossing folder, then rub raised image with ink pad
1. Punch out 6 scallops. You can get 3 scallops out of a 2x6" strip of paper.
Sunday, October 21, 2007
Step 1: Stamp pine branch with Mellow Moss on Mellow Moss card base.
This is the tree wise men lit up. I love the soft glow. It looks even better in real life!
This is the angel. You can't see it here, but I added glitter to her wings so that when the candle isn't light, she still has that special shine. The fourth side uses the Holiday Wishes set's Merry Christmas stamp.
Saturday, October 20, 2007
This is the lunchbag luminary unlit with the lights on. Used Autumn Harvest and Holiday Wishes stamp sets with Choc Chip ink, then used watercolor pencils and blender pen to color the pumpkins.
This the masculine card we made with the Noble Deer and Everyday Flexible Phrases stamp sets and Weathered background stamp. The cardstock is Handsome Hunter, Really Rust, and Very Vanilla. Used Choc Chip and Really Rust ink. Any nature loving guy would love to get this card!
Monday, October 15, 2007
Monday, October 8, 2007
Here is a card that I made tonight after work to give to a friend at work who just moved in to her new home. It's in the country and thought these little wilderness friends were just the perfect welcome wagon! Gotta go to bed now, have to be up early for work in the am!
Sunday, October 7, 2007
Don't these look just yummy for on your tree, decorating around the house, to give as gifts, or to attach to gifts ?!