Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Genie 5 Card

 
Today's card is from the new release from Scrapper's Delights.  We have even more beautiful genies to create with now. In fact there is even an entire Genie category in the store.  I just love the hair on this one.  I colored it blue with some black instead of black with blue highlights. 
 
By Nannymac, Anna & Donna Jerrett
 
 
As always, you can find these images at Scrapper's Delight or at Stitchy Bear Stamps
 
 
Card Details:
Image: Genie 5 from Scrapper's Delights
Card Shape: Life's a Party Cricut cartridge cut at 5.5 inches
Spellbinders Picot edge circles
Memory Box Benjamin Border die
Copics: E00, E11, E13, E21, E27, E25, YR24, Y26 Y15, Y11, G40, G24, G21, C9, C7, C5, B41, B34, e41, e42
Extreme glitter paint on her pants and the lamp
Martha Stewart butterfly punch
 
Entered in following challenges:
Crafty Room Challenge: Inspired by Green
Deep Ocean Challenge: Lots of layers
Party Time Tuesday: Anything goes
A Girl Who Crafts: Anything Goes
Paulaholifields: It's magic
Crafts Galore: Use a Stamp or Digi
Oddball Stamps: show us your coloring skills

Thursday, July 17, 2014

RAWR! Is Dinosaur For I Love You

Kinda weird color combo.  I colored image before I chose papers

Inside of card:
 
 
It's time for another challenge at Scrapbooker PhD.  The theme for this challenge is Digital with optional animal.  We are sponsored by the fabulous Paper Shelter and I used their Jurassic Love for this project.
My usual process for card making is as follows:
1. Choose and image
2. Choose a card design
3. Choose papers
4. Choose embellishments
5. Color image and assemble card
 
For this card I turned my process upside down.  I colored the image first and then chose papers and decided on a card design.  Since I prefer to match my papers with the copics I use, I really forced myself to choose colors and papers I would not normally put together. I never would have considered putting teal, orange and melon together but for this image, I think it works.
 
Card Details:
Image: Jurassic Love from The Paper Shelter
Copics: BG10, BG11, BG13, BG70, BG72, BG75, E08, E09, E97, E95, E40, E41, E42, R22, R24, R27, R29
Spellbinders scalloped heart dies
Sizzix die
Sentiment computer generated by me
 
Entered in the following challenges:
Cards Galore: Use a digi or stamp on your project
Digi Galore: Anything Goes
Crafting by Design: Use a Sentiment
Penny's Paper Craft Challenge: Anything Goes
Stampavie and more: Animals

 
 


Christmas In July

 
Any chance I get to complete a Christmas card, I take it.
This card was created using Santa Snail from QKR Stampede. I added a little polar white flower soft to his hat trim.
I had these ornament dies I order from Stampin Up for quite awhile so I was glad for chance to finally use them. 
Since I will need to mail this card, I kept it flat and relied on my die cuts for added embellishments.
 
 
Card Details:
Image: Santa Snail from QKR Stampede
Copics: R59, R46, R37, R24, T1, T4, W0, W1, G21, G24, G28, G29, G40, G82, BG000, E30, E31, E35
Spellbinders dies
Sizzix ornament dies from Stampin Up
 
 
Entered in following challenges:
Divas by Design: Christmas in July
Hobby book Designs: Christmas in July
Crafts Galore: Use a Stamp or Digi
Nutcrafters: Christmas in July
Sparkles Monthly Challenge: Christmas in July
 


Monday, July 14, 2014

Anniversary Card

 
Wow, I just realized it is the middle of July already!  Summer is flying by.  In just a couple of weeks I will be getting ready for my daycare to be full again and for preschool to start.  Usually I am ready to get back into our routine but this year I want summer to last a little longer. 
Here's a simple and sweet anniversary card.  Since I need to mail this one, I made it flat and simply relied on my die cuts for embellishments.
 
Card Details:
Image: Polkadoodles
La La Land heart doily die
Spellbinders scalloped circle die
Cottage Cutz fence and grass die
Copics:E00, E11, E21, E37, E35, E53, B95, B93, B91, YG11, YG03, R02, R00, G40, E99, YR24, YR31, YR20, BG10, BG70
 
Entered in following challenges:
Come and Get It Challenge: Color challenge
Crafting At The Weekend: Anything Goes
Digi Galore: Anything Goes
My Sheri Crafts: Food, Food, Food


Friday, July 11, 2014

Scrapper's Delights New Release

 
I am super excited to announce that I am now a member of the Scrapper's Delights Design Team!
As part of the team I will be featuring projects I have made using images from the new releases.
How fun is that to be one of the first to play with the new images!

 
My very first project highlights Genie 2 from the new release.

 
 
 
 
Scrappers Delights's photo.
You can find these gorgeous stamps at the Scrapper's Delights store
or at
Stitchy Bear Stamps

Project Details:
Image: Genie 2 from Scrapper's Delights
Spellbinders Octagon Die
La La Land Banner die (I used the hearts from the banner along the side of the card)
Sizzix swirl die for smoke from lamp
Copics: E00, E11, E13, E21, e25, Y11, Y26, Y15, E55, E27, C9, C7, C5, V91, V95, V000, V12, V15, V17
After coloring the lamp with copics, I painted it with extreme glitter paint
Shabby white embossing enamel
 
Entered in the following challenges:
4 Crafty Girls: Anything Goes
Charisma Cardz Challenge: Anything Goes
Inklings and yarn: Linky Party
 
 
 





Monday, July 7, 2014

Fairy Needle

 
I found another image from Mo's Digital Pencil that I just love.  Isn't this fairy adorable?  I love her curly hair and darling face. 
 
 
Card Details:
Image: Fairy Needle from Mo's Digital Pencil
Copics:  E00, E11, E13, E21, Y11, E97, YR02, YR61, YR65, T1, T4, YG00, YG13, BG000
Cottage Cutz die
La La Land Banner die
Martha Steward butterfly punches
 
Entered in the following challenges:
Bronte and Bella's Challenge: It's a Girl's World
Cutie Pie Challenge: Use a Cute Digi
Marker Pop: Anything Goes
Pile It On: Add Some Flowers


Thursday, July 3, 2014

Skating Santa



I just love this Santa!  He looks like he is having so much fun. The image is from Rick St Dennis.
Today starts an Anything Goes challenge at Aud Sentiments and we are having a Design Team Call!
Any chance I get to add a Christmas card to my stash, I grab.  I love the way this card turned out and best of all, it is flat so easy to send in the mail.
 
 
Card Details:
Image: Skating Santa from Rick St Dennis
Copics:  Eoo, E11, E21, E13, R59, R46, R37, C9, C7, C5, BG10 ,W0, W1
Spellbinders tag dies
Cottage Cutz Pine Tree dies
Cottage Cutz Winter frost corner die
White embossing enamel
Crackle accents for ice
 
Entered in following challenges:
Crafty Hazel Nut: Anything Goes Christmas
Dies R Us: Christmas in July with die cuts
Sparkles Christmas Challenge: A winter's scene
 




Monday, June 30, 2014

Copic Coloring Lesson

 
I gave my Sister-in-law and my niece a quick introduction to Copics last week. 
 My SIL creates beautiful zentangle projects, quilts and many more.  My niece, who is 10 years old, is very creative and crafty too. She recently led a class teaching others how to make things with the rainbow loom rubber bands.  
We had a fabulous time and their projects turned out beautiful.  Next time we get together they will have to teach me one of their crafting projects.