Here are several cards for you all today. I've shifted from Christmas cards back to every day cards. After working so hard on the Christmas card making event this past week, I needed a break from red and green!!
The first one is for the Paper Pal Arts Challenge, and for the Color Throwdown Challenge:
I used the Birds and Bloom Bigshot die for the bird, and stamped the wing with one of the stamps from the Circle Circus stamp set. The circles were cut using the Bigshot. For the Baja Breeze circle, I cut a larger circle out, and then cut a smaller circle from the larger circle, to create a frame. I saved the cut out circle for another project. A great way to maximize your use of the paper.
This card is for the SPCC challenge #19, and for the 365 cards challenge (day 218):
The colors and sketch reminded me of rolling hills. I trimmed the Green Galore and Taken with Teal to have the impression of grass. The trees are all from the Trendy Trees stamp set. Thank goodness for the Stamp-a-ma-jig to line these trees up!!
This is a card for the 365 cards challenge (day 218). The challenge was to stamp a background image in the same color as the cardstock.
And finally, this is a card for the 365 card challenge (day 228). The challenge was to use the same patterned paper, in two different colors.The hostess paper pack worked perfectly for this project. It's a fabulous sampling of the DSP, and you have multiple prints to choose from. I was easily able to choose a print in two different colors. The colors on this card are Always Artichoke and Sahara Sand.
Welcome to my site!!
I recently moved to Arizona a couple months ago, and am very happily settling into a new career. I was introduced to stamping over 10 years ago. I've always been into crafts, and picked back up with stamping a couple years ago. I love that I finally have the time to dedicate to my crafts, and that I'm able to share my ideas with everyone. I've seen myself grow in my creativity over the past couple years, and to those who say that they are not creative - don't believe it. Anyone can do this, and creativity doesn't happen overnight, it evolves as you learn more and more about the art of stamping. My husband is incredibly supportive as I put more time into my stamp designs and my scrapbooking.