Thursday, August 25, 2016

Hello Cupcake

This another card I made for the August birthdays.  I CASE'd it from this card I found on Pinterest.  I used similar papers and colors as I did on the card on my previous post.

Stamps:  Party This Way, Create a Cupcake - SU
Paper:  VV, Soft Suede, River Rock, DP
Ink:  Soft Suede, River Rock, Early Espresso
Accessories:  Embossing Folder, Nestabilities, Ribbon, Label Punch, Cupcake Punch

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Birthday Balloons

August is a big birthday month for my family and circle of friends.  This is one of the cards that I made for the celebrations.  For this card I used the current Kraftin' Kimmie Wonderful Wednesday sketch and used various shades of browns for a masculine look.

Stamps:  Party This Way, Punch Bunch - SU
Paper:  Soft Suede, River Rock, Early Espresso, VV, DP
Ink:  Early Espresso, Close to Cocoa, River Rock
Accessories:  Ribbon, Square Punch, Stamp Punch, Corner Rounder Punch, MS Balloon Punch, Fibers

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Fabulous Friend

Here is another image that I colored using my new Chameleon Pens.  I love the effect I got on the dress using just one pen.  Chameleon Pens can also be used with other brands of alcohol markers.  I also use the Chameleon Pens to color her hair, skin, shoes, and the waterlily.

Stamps:  Waterlily - MFT, Fabulous Frases -SU
Paper: WW, Lucky Limeaide, Concord Crush, Wisteria Wonder, DP
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Concord Crush
Accessories:   Chameleon Pens, Ribbin, Scallop Edge Punch, Dew Drops

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Storms of Life

This is one of the first card I made with my new Chameleon pens.  They are alcohol markers like Copics or Spectrum Noirs but the difference is that you can get several different tones of a color from one marker.  Like all alcohol markers, there is a learning curve to these but its not that difficult to get a beautiful shading effect.  Chameleon pens can be used with other brands of alcohol markers.

I dug out one of my MFT Flopsey stamps to practice coloring with the Chameleon pens.  The background paper is something I made several years ago with my sister's Tim Holtz re-inkers, alcohol drops, and metallic pens.  This piece does look like a heavy rain storm.

The sketch is from is from Split Coast Stampers SC597 and SC600.

Stamps:  Rainfall Flopsey - MFT
Paper:  WW, Glossy Paper, Island Indigo, Pool Party, Summer Starfruit, Handmade DP
Ink:  Color Box Wicked Black archival dye, Tim Holtz re-inkers
Accessories:  Chameleon Pens, Nestabilities, Metallic Butterfly embellishment, Stick on Gems, Ribbon, Corner Rounder Punch, Embossing Folder

Monday, July 4, 2016

Taste and See that the Lord is Good!

It has been a productive holiday weekend for me when it comes to making cards.  This one is for the Mojo Monday 455 sketch challenge.

 This week's challenge is a contest. There will be one winner for every 50 entries.  Winners will get a free Verve stamp set of their choice.  I love Verve stamps and there are a many sets on my wish list.

Stamps:  Psalm 34:8 - Verve
Paper:  WW, River Rock, Pool Party, Rich Razzleberry, Daffodil Delight, DP
Ink:  Pool Party
Accessories:  Partly Cloudy dies - Verve, Paper Piercing, Tea cup button