Wednesday, March 31, 2021

March Honey bear card for Imagine That


I'm sorry to be so late with posting.  I made this card and had it finished before the 10th...honestly...lol
I photographed it and took it to the fair to be judged along with some crochet work and a diamond painting and then forgot all about posting it!

So here it is on the cusp of lateness!
But, I think I did an awesome job on it!

This card file is from silhouette, it is supposed to be a Christmas card, I sliced off the front piece and put our little bear there creating an outline so my machine would cut him out as part of the box card piece.
The little flowers are alos a cut file from silhouette, instead of using regular paper, I filled them in with the digital papers from this bear set.  The main card pieces were also filled with the hexagon pattern to keep the card theme.




I really had fun with this one and I can not believe  myself for forgetting to share it!
I hope you are playing along in the progressive challenge with us all.  It's so fun!

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Saturday, February 27, 2021

Imagine that


This is my submission for the birthday celebration challenge, it was to add bling.
I printed my card on pearl paper then added some cool glitter to the mouse's hat band and the clovers.





This is my submission for the progressive challenge.  Isn't she adorable?  I just love her!










 

Friday, February 12, 2021

Friday, January 29, 2021

Imagine That progressive Challenge


This month we are using Panda Love drops.

I used 2 of the papers and the precolored png image for my card.  He's so sweet!





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Thursday, December 17, 2020

Imagine That progressive challenge

 Hello again!!

I'm back with the second installment of the progressive challenge over at Imagine That!


This little guy is super cute!

I had fun creating a scene for him to have fun with his pals.



Head over to Imagine That to see what the others have created and link up with us!

Monday, November 23, 2020

Imagine That progressive challenge


Hi!  Long time no see!!
I've been busy, busy, busy! 
I joined in on Imagine That's progressive challenge!  I just love her images and digital papers

I made a fun easel card using the papers and the image.  I found these little cookie cutter embellishments and just love them!




Be sure to head over and check out the details and see what others have made!





 

Friday, August 14, 2020

Happy birthday

This is the card I made for my dad's birthday.
It is a fun box card, I like this style, something different and unique!

This is a design from Lori Whitlock, I purchased it on the SIL store.

 

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

12 months of Christmas challenge time


It's that time again!!
Woohoo!!


Challenge #67

 Optional Twist: FLIP-A-COIN


If you want the chance to win this month's featured paper pack, be sure to create a card that follows our FLIP-A-COIN theme as DESCRIBED BELOW. 

Keep in mind though, that you don't need to follow the twist to link up your cards and earn a free paper each month or for a chance to win TWO images from this month's sponsor, All Dressed Up Stamps. You simply need to follow the twist if you'd like a chance to win this month's featured digital paper pack, Eclectic Mix 1 (you can see a preview for this set by clicking HERE).

Flip-a-Coin Challenge

For this challenge, let the flip of a coin decide certain aspects of your card. Thanks to Beccy from Beccy’s Place for allowing me to use this ‘Flip-a-Coin’ idea that I saw over on her challenge blog.

Grab a coin and flip it. If it lands on ‘heads’, use the card ingredient listed in the first box under the title, ‘HEADS’. If it lands on ‘tails’, use the card ingredient listed in the first box under the title, ‘TAILS’.

Keep flipping the coin until you have selected items from each of the five rows, then create a card using the five ingredients you flipped for. Then be sure to let us know somewhere in your post, which ingredients you used.

FLIP
HEADS
TAILS
1
Make a card with 3 layers or lessMake a card with 4 or more layers
2
Make a rectangular or square cardUse a fancy fold technique
3
Add dots to your cardAdd stripes to your card
4
Add lace or ribbon to your cardAdd gems or pearls to your card
5
Add a frame to your cardUse faux or real stitching on your card


This month we're pleased to have a brand new sponsor join us on The 12 Months of Christmas. It is time to learn a little bit about All Dressed Up Stamps


I chose the It's snowing image. I just love how happy he is!

Here is what I did for my card:

Here is the coin flips I got


I used the blue pearls for the add dots and the digital paper I put in his scarf has dots in it as well.




Monday, June 15, 2020

12 months of Christmas


This month our theme is gingham!! I love gingham!!
Our sponsor is

I chose my favorite Oddball art stamp!





I used a bunch of papers on this one! I colored his hat and scarf with the new gingham papers then added mats to my background pieces using them as well!
The other papers are more from Decosse's Dynamite doodles!!



Sunday, May 31, 2020

Friday, May 15, 2020

12 months of Christmas







I used the Xmas kitty corner for my cards.

I had fun with this one! I used many different digital papers to make these cards.
I used gel pens to color the hat and cat's features.




For this card, I strictly used the new papers for this month! How fun is this?  Look at the kitty's adorable Christmas sweater!!


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Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Mail box box card

Dreaming Tree

How cute is this?! I just love it! Such a cool idea!


I added some extra flowers to the back.