Monday, October 31, 2011
A new Make it Monday #39 for Papertrey Inc. Multi-stamp background building, hostess was the lovely Nichole. I used a piece of white paper and taped off the bottom portion for a snow hill. Next I used my the stamp set In the meadow. Took out the largest snowflake and stamped that in brocade blue, #2 snowflake was stamped in night of navy, #3 snowflake was tempting turquoise and then the snow flurr was marina mist. Then I used my night of navy and feathered the edges, also putting glitter on the largest snowflakes. I removed the extra white paper for the snow hill. I used the die for the boy that was sledding stamped him in night of navy and then I cut off his scarf(that was hard to do) and added some red bakers twine. Added the sentiment and red birds.
Have a nice Monday!
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
Today's card uses Papertrey products.
Stamps: love lives here holiday, tiny treats, wreath for all seasons, background basic text
Ink: close to cocoa, night of navy, real red, marina mist
Dies: snowflake, peace be still, tag sale #2, button
Paper: whisper white, night of navy, marina mist, real red, always artichoke
Extra's: baker's twine, cardboard, glitter
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
I have a busy day today, but I wanted to post this card. I cased this card awhile ago, it is one of Melissa Phillip's. I just love this stamp set, wreath for all season's by Papertrey. Any questions leave a comment. Have a great day.
Friday, October 14, 2011
Once again I used Papertrey products, love lives here, background stamps - music, words, polka dots, turning a new leaf and the dies. Buttons, lace, sewing and twine. I also gave the houses dimension by die cutting cereal boxes with the love lives here house die set. Have a great day.
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Is everyone thinking about all the new products that Papertrey is going to be releasing on the 15th? I know I am. The countdown is so exciting, I actually think it is one of the best parts.
With all the rain that is in our forecast it has got me thinking about dressing warmer and dressing warmer means more fabric and buttons. So on to my card.
I started out sewing a crisscross pattern on fabric squares cut by using the die from button boutique. Then using the stamp set button boutique on top. When adding the buttons I layered them with cardboard underneath to give it some dimension. The crisscross sewing on the fabric took some time, but it is worth it when it's done. It has a warm cozy feeling. Have a great day.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011