Sunday, October 31, 2010
JustRite Friday Challenge #042 is a sketch, sponsored by Inchie Arts. A Day in the Country is JustRite's new Cling set. I thought this would be perfect as a fall card or perhaps that masculine birthday you need at times. The new cling stamp just perfect. Copic markers (to many to name) were used for the color. I used the Spellbinder squares for my main cuts. I decided to use the leaves from the set to make a border, mounted on brown by Bazzill and green by Paper Cuts. The stripe is from Imaginisce: Dino-roar-Petrified Wood. I added a little bling from AMuse to the main image. Distress Ink Antique Linen was used in this project as well. Not being happy with my leaf version of this card I also did it with a plain border. I do hope you enjoy my very simple cards.
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Monday, October 18, 2010
JustRite Friday Challenge 040: Colors of Fall, Sponsored by Flower Soft! The JustRite challenge this week is to use fall colors. Well I used burgandy, orange and gold to create this card. Using a Spellbinder 15 die I cut Bazzill gold and then stamped the sentiment from Natures Nested Sentiments with Memento Rich Cocoa. The edges of this were distressed with Aged Mahogany. Next I cut Bazzill gold and burgandy with a Spellbinder 16 die to make the framing. This was mounted on paper from Graphic 45 and mounted on burgandy card stock. The ribbon was white from May Arts and colored using Distress Inks: Aged Mahogany, Wild Honey, Rusty Hinge and Peeled Paint randomly. The inside(posted to the above right) was stamped on gold with another sentiment from the Natures Nested Sentiments. This was cut with a Spellbinder oval and mounted on orange cut with a Spellbinder oval scallop. The corn is from Autumn Harvest and colored with Copic markers R29, R89, E07, E08, Y08, Y38, YR04, YR18 and distressed with aged mahogany. Hope you enjoy.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Thursday, October 7, 2010
http://fondmemoriesatthecreamery.blogspot.com) Copic markers were used for the coloring followed by OCL Sparkly Fluff to give the impression of snow. Bazzill card stock was used along with "Merry Christmas" paper from My Minds Eye. A new Spellbinder mitten was used for the "Believe in magic". A Martha Stewart punch "Modern Garland" finished off the card. Hope you enjoy.