Here is a new card I created for the Cutters Creek Blog. You will find all the details about the card there.
Have a wonderful day!
I was in the mood to make something a little different so I pulled out my Tim Holtz style tag, some distress inks, a 3 year old rubber stamp (never used), a piece of ephemera, a feather and some seam binding. And this is what happen. Oh and a staple using my EK Success Staple Fastenater that is way older then the stamp.
I used three shades of distress inks (spiced marmalade, dusty concord, crushed olive) to get the colors on the tag. Then I used Vintage Photo on the edges of the tag and the travel ticket. I own only one color of seam binding (winter cream). And when I use distress inks or other type ink pads I will color the seam binding to match my project by just running the pad portion on the seam binding. In this case I use all three of the distress inks mentioned earlier. So what do you think?
Have a nice day!
I had the option to pick from several sketches for this week’s project. Below are the options.
I chose this one.
Last week I made a School Theme card with a little boy on it. So I thought it would be nice to make another one with a little girl. And as she walks to school she begins to dream of what she wants to be when she grows up. I am going to guess and say she probably wants to be a Fashion Designer. What do you think?
All other embellishments are from my personal supplies.
Stop over to MTME Blog to get more inspiration from the other designers. We would love for you to be part of this week’s challenge.
Thank you for stopping by my Blog. And have a wonderful day.
Today I bring you a Birthday card for someone special who loves to sew. What better way to show that special someone how much you admire her by expressing it through a sewing theme.
VINTAGE FASHION GIRL CLOSE-UP
Details: Vintage Fashion Child
Other: DP Vintage Attic Treasures; Seam Binding Ribbon (hand dyed); Ribbon Spool-Tags-Sewing Machine are die cuts by My Grafico.
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Today I bring you my Peas and Thank You Card.
The Three Peas in a Pod image were colored with my Copic Markers. The background papers are from my personal stash (unable to provide company because label is missing).
And you can see more of the M5D DT members and there beautiful cards here.
Have a wonderful Day!
Dear old golden rule days……
For some school has begun and others its right around the corner. So today I bring you my school day project. But before I show you my card I want to share this week’s sketch from My Time My Easy Pretty Patterns.
Feel free to use MTME sketch on any project you want, we encourage you to get creative! And of course you can combine challenges (Pretty Pallet Challenge will post on 8/21). While participation with products from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC is appreciated, it is not required to participate. You can use products from ANY company. Sketch Keyword will be MTMEPPS23.
Here is my card using this week’s sketch.
Click on the following to see what I used to get the look on my card.
I hope the sketch gets your creative juices flowing and my card inspires you. And if you want to see more inspiration check out what the DT members have created over at the MTME Blog.
Have a wonderful day!
Today I am sharing with you my latest card I created for my debut as a new member of the Cutters Creek Design Team. I know this may sound a little corny but I had the most fun making this card. I used two digital images as my main focus. The background image is from Make It Crafty. And the sweet little girl image is from La La Land. You can read more details about the card over at Cutters Creek Blog.
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I would love if you left a comment letting me know what you think. And if you have any questions about my card feel free to leave it in the comments section & I will reply there too. Have a wonderful week ahead!
Did I get your attention? I sure hope so. I’ve been making cards lets see for about 2 years now. And on this journey I have collected a great number of rubber and clear stamps (which I love using). But nothing has surprised me more about how much I love working with Digital Stamps.
Now how many digital stamps can you collect? Well as many as you like because you can save them on your computer. And the best part you can re-size them to fit any size card. So with that said I love to challenge you to create your next card using a digital stamp. And if you don’t have any you can stop over at My Time Made Easy (MTME) and check out all the awesome digital stamps and papers.
Todays card has both digital stamp called Be Strong & paper called Blooming With Elegance on it. And the flower (more detail below) on the card was made with some of the background digital paper. Then I cut two butterflies from the paper for my card. And with some help of a little bling & more paper this is what I created.
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The sketch below was part of our challenge but I deviated somewhat because my mind’s eye just saw something different. It happens sometimes. :) And its an easy sketch to follow. So come on let me see what you can do with the sketch.
I took one of the digital papers from Blooming With Elegance that had various sizes of flowers on it. I cut three flowers out. Then I spritz them with Perfect Pearls crinkled them up & let dry. Once dried I opened each flower very carefully so not to tear. Glued them together & added a pearl colored with a copic marker (Duck Blue) to match the shades in the flower.
Check out what the other DTs did this week over at the MTME Blog. I know their creations will inspire you to grab a digital stamp and begin your journey down Digital Lane. Thank you for stopping by & I hope you were able to leave a comment.
Todays card is all about Little Bo Peep and her sheep. She’s all dressed in vivid pink & blue. A really pretty straw hat & by her side are some fluffy sheep. I am not going to be too talkative for a change. However, I am going to share all the details on how I created my card with you. But I hope you’re in a talking mood and share your comments about My Little Bo Peep and all her sheep card.
McMahon Five Designs Blog brings you another awesome Release. Go check out Little Bo Peep digital image and lots more over at the Blog. And if you think you cannot use your Copic Markers with digital images you will be very surprised when I say you sure can. I print my digital images on Neenah Paper & heat dry it (I love this paper!). And the ink from from the printer does not smear. There were a couple of times where I did not heat dry it and the ink did not smear at all. Matter of fact the image on my card is printed on Neenah Paper and I used both Prisma Colored Pencils on her clothes and Copic Markers on Miss Bo Peep’s skin.
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Here are a couple close-ups.
The sheep in the front were flocked with Cotton Ball White Fun Flock.
This is a Prima Innoscence 2 Flower that was originally white but I colored it with a Copic marker to match my card and then added some Martha Stewart Glitter.
Additional Details on various products used to create my card: Fun Flock (Stampendous), Kaiser Craft Bling-Pearls (Cutters Creek), Flourishes (Magnolia Die), and Stick Pin (Wild Orchid Crafts).
I hope you liked what you just saw & will be leaving me a comment. I love getting and reading them.
You ask who is Phoebe Ann Mosey? Well here’s a hint: She was an American sharpshooter. Did you guess who it is? Here’s another hint: Her famous trick was splitting playing cards. You guessed right if you said Annie Oakley. I guess you’re wondering what does Annie Oakley have to do with my presentation today. The digital image I used by McMahon Five Designs is a vintage style image of Annie Oakley.
click on image above for detail.
Annie image, Good Luck Banner, and playing cards were computer printed on Neenah Classic Crest Ivory 80#.
Annie was colored using Prisma Color Pencils. The playing cards were found online and are mini vintage cards distressed with TH vintage photo ink. Edges of Annie Oakley image were distressed using the Distrezz-it-All & TH vintage photo ink. Good Luck on the banner was made using a rubber stamp. Edges of banner were created using a square punch. Background papers were sewn with the sew mini machine. And stickles adorn Annie’s scarf.
Please stop by the M5D Blog to see the awesome projects of the other designers.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you leave me a comment. I love reading them.
Have a wonderful & blessed day!
Today’s card will show the background I made using Corel Paint Shop Pro (PSP). What a challenge it was for me because I haven’t made a background using digital images. Did I struggle? You bet I did but I was very determined and persistent to figure it out. And I tried something new when making the label on my card. More detail about the label below. Here is a view of my card. I will give all the detail on what I used to make the card below the card image.
My card is brought to you by My Time Made Easy. The main focus of my card is the Label and the Background. Earlier I mentioned using PSP to make the background but I also used a digital image too. The image I used can be seen here and each flourish was placed individually to get the affect you see. The top layer shows the color I chose. This color can be changed to match your design. Once all the layers of your background are completed you merge to get you final image. It was printed on white cardstock.
Now the label (Be Dazzled Digital Images ) used can be seen here. And the cut file (Be Dazzled) for this label is here. Let me tell you what I did new to make the label. I followed a video created by Lauren Meader. Go here to view the video (Using Cut Files with Digital Images). I created a larger border for my label.
I hope you were able to view the video. Give it a try!
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