Over at the Simon Says Stamp and Show the theme this week is Men Only. Here’s a very manly card I made using a cool stamp from River City Rubber Works. The text stamp is from Stampers Anonymous. The background is vintage math book paper and I also added a piece of vintage tape measure.
Archive for September, 2011
The vintage children’s books I use for alot of my solder pendants sometimes have very tiny but cute art in them. Too small for even 1″ square pendants I thought I could find a way to make some teeny pieces with them. So recently I got some flat backed round glass bubbles that are about 3/4″. I soldered around the edges and back and they are perfect. Like a little window with a tiny surprise inside it. I adore the way they turned out!
These can currently be found in my Etsy shop.
I adore the Pure Innocence stamp line from My Favorite Things, it’s one of my faves, I’d love to own them all
Here’s a card I made for the MFT weekly sketch challenge. I took the little girl holding the pumpkin and drew a jack o’ lantern face on the pumpkin and added a witches hat to her to take it from being a more fall image to Halloween. The sentiment stamp is from the Pure Innocence Fairy stamp set. The papers are from Cosmo Cricket.
For my birthday this year my hubby got me lots of great stamps, one was an adorable mermaid set from “There She Goes”. I’d never gotten their stamps before but I will be getting more, I love them! I used a few from the set to make my niece’s birthday card. I colored the images with a combination of paper piecing, colored pencils and markers. Adding glitter glue to her tail. The outside says “Make a splash” and the inside says “on your birthday!” Isn’t she cute!?
I’m so thrilled to have my little Witchy collage art card in the first issue of FOLK magazine!! This is a great new magazine featuring recipes, decorating, history, craft ideas and articles on the small town country lifestyle. My collage is on page 23 in the “People, Products and Places to Love” section. For more info about FOLK click here to visit their website.
I’m so excited to be participating in the first ever Lawnscaping blog hop! Thanks for visiting! You should have come here from Danielle’s blog . The theme for the hop is Magical Holidays. The hop runs from Friday, September 9th - Sunday, September 11th. Make sure to comment on all of the blogs because there are LOTS of prizes to be won! All the details can be found on the Lawnscaping home page.
For my card I chose Halloween, my favorite holiday! I used the cat and sentiment from the Lawn Fawn Critters in the ‘Burbs set and the background “bubbles” are from the Critters of the Sea set. The label dies and witches legs are die cuts from Silhouette and the patterned paper is from Cosmo Cricket.
I’m listing some new domino charm jewelry in my Etsy shop this week. And right now I’m working on lots of great new collage art Halloween soldered glass pendants. There are already some in the shop but I’ll listing a lot more in the next week or so, so be sure to check back
I love this Poe charm, great for Halloween or anyone who loves to read.
And of course Alice is always one of my faves. In addition to the domino charm there are also wooden game tiles with vintage text.
This one is nice and creepy for Halloween, the headless horseman. “Ichabod………..”
And this cute one has scrabble tiles that spell out “BOO” and a cute ghost shaped jingle bell.
Here’s my card for the latest Lawnscaping challenge, the theme this time is embossing.
I chose to do both wet and dry embossing on my card. I embossed the bunny from Lawn Fawn’s Winter Bunny in white on craft cardstock, I love this look, it really pops. I added some subtle color to his scarf and the sled with markers. I also heat embossed some liquid applique on his tail for a little puff. I used the swirl embossing folder from Cuttlebug for the snow and my background paper, adding glitter to the embossed swirl on the snow. The sentiment is from the Lawn Fawn Critters of the Sea set.