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Sunday, November 24, 2013

                                  Winter Wonderland

 Hello all, here is a simple CAS card that I made for Stamplorations challenge at!


White card stock cut at 4 1/4 the long way
Distress ink Broken China and Faded Denim Eggplant
White and Clear Sparkle Gel pens

Sponging and Stamping

Masked the square box sponged the different colors, stamped the image and added "snow" with white and clear gel pens, added sentiment and sequins.

Thanks for stopping by! 

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Can you believe it! Next week is Thanksgiving and well we all know what that means... on to Christmas! My most favorite time of the year. I am sharing with you one of my Christmas Cards I made this year, these will be my moms to mail out. Hope you enjoy

The supplies are listed as follows. If you have any questions please, let me know. Thanks for stopping! 

Very Vanilla Card Stock 
Staz On
Cherry Cobbler Ink
Spell Binders Oval
Many Merry Greetings 
I can't remember the name of the set with Santa. It is from Stampin up!

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Hello all,

Hope your week is well so far.

Today I am posting a card that I created from a blog challenge. The link for the challenge is

I used black, red and cream for this card. It is the first time I have ever incorporated black into a Christmas card.

I embossed the ornaments, added some bling and this is what happened! LOL!

Thank you for looking

Happy Crafting until next time!!


Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Happy Tuesday all!

So are we crafting large this week? What are some projects your working on? Let me know.

Today I am sharing a simple fall card that I made. Fall is my favorite time of the year, the air is cool, the colors are rich and deep, so I decided to try and capture that in a card.

I used a prism stamp pad which had some fabulous fall colors, a leaf stamp, a sentiment, some twine and a button and here is the end result.

If you have any questions let me know.

Happy Crafting,


Monday, September 2, 2013

Hope everyone had a great holiday weekend!

Today I am sharing a fun Halloween card. The background is sponged in blues and purples. I used a wavy edge to get the cloud effect. I also dabbed a bit more purple toward the bottom for a twilight look. I used a 1 inch circle mask for the moon and colored that in with glitter smooch.  The kids are from a wheel that I got from Stampin up a while back.


If you have any questions let me know, I will be more than happy to answer. 

As always, happy crafting!


Sunday, September 1, 2013

Hello Fellow Crafters!

I hope you are all enjoying your long holiday weekend. I have made a couple of easy Halloween cards and wanted to share them with you.  If you have any questions let me know.

The card above is super easy. I used a DSP I picked up last season at Michaels and covered the front of the entire card. I cut a black solid card stock and a green solid card stock to put behind my "frankie". I added some ribbon and cut a foam sticker that said Boo. Easy. I left edges on "frankie" I thought it gave him a rougher look.

I have been wanting to try the flag tails for a while. As you can see they are a bit off on the last two. I tried to use a square punch, I found it a little awkward at first but by the time I got to the long one I was way better. Plain white card stock, three pieces of DSP cut at a inch wide and 2 inches and a 1/2 inch smaller on each one after.  added a sparkly pumpkin sticker, cut a greeting from a piece of DSP that I bought a couple years ago and here you go! 

Everyone have a safe and happy weekend. See you soon. 

Until then, Happy Crafting!


Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Good Afternoon fellow crafters,

Today I am sharing another sticky note holder that I made for my friend Desiree. She is a Halloween fanatic. So, I thought this would be delightful on her desk.

I used heavy weighted card stock and cardboard in the middle. Gave it a nice flexible front and back. Covered in DSP stamped a sentiment did a little embossing, stuck a skull on, added a glue dot to stick the spider and voila.. here it is.

Happy Crafting!