Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Here are some great Halloween card swaps I received last week, I love everone's work. The first one, the BAB is from Mary Tranutner, the next one is from Kristi Jaenisch, and the spider one is from Kris Kilkenny, the one with the birds in a tree is from Mary Rindal, the one in the middle of the bottom row is from Tina Moore, and the last one with the pink ribbon is from Lisa Naples. They are all awesome cards and I just had to share. Thank you for looking, I'll post some more swaps later this week.
Friday, September 25, 2009
Hello stampers, this card is the other card I'm using for bunco night, tomorrow. I used rich razzleberry, confetti cream, and very vanilla card stock. I used rich razzleberry and creamy caramel ink. I used rich razzleberry grosgrain ribbon (#115613 pg.182), jumbo snowflake punch (#116628 pg.186) and the eyelet border punch (#113692 pg.186), and a designer button (#114333 pg.181). Thank you for looking, if you have any questions let me know.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Good morning stampers, this is wild west Frankie, isn't he cute? I used basic black, perfect plum, very vanilla, and gable green card stock, I used basic black, and gable green ink, and a green rhinestone (#109111 pg 179). For his hair I used a 2" piece of perfect plum and the top note die cut (#113463 pg 198), for his head I used gable green and the top note die, for his nose and bolts on his neck, I used the round tab punch (#108340 pg. 186), for the eyes I used the 1" circle punch (#109046 pg 186), and the 1/2" circle punch (#104390 pg 186), I used the wild west alphabet(#115112 pg 152)
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
I made this for my sister-in-law, she's a wonderful person, and I love her very much. She got us tickets for the Joyce Meyer woman's conference, this weekend. We are leaving at 7:30am tomorrow, and won't be home till sometime Sunday. So I will not be around the computer for a few days, but I'll post when i get back. See you Sunday.
Posted by Come Stampin with Jamie at 2:46 PM
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Hi stampers, this cute card, is one I will be doing at my Stampin' Up! bunco night. I got the layout from Dawn, she has great ideas. The base of the card is basic black cs, 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" and very vanilla cs 4" x 5 1/4". Then you need pumpkin pie cs 4"x 3 1/2", perfect plum cs 3 1/4"x 3 3/4", very vanilla cs 2 3/4"x 2 3/4". Designer series paper Cast-A-Spell (#115677 pg. 164) 2 pieces 1/2"x 4", 1 perfect plum and 1 pumpkin pie scallop circle punch (#109043 pg. 187), I used the Scary Skeleton stamp set (#113244 pg. 24), and the Holiday Best level 1 set (pg, 13), and for the little boo on the inside of the card I used the Calendar Alphabet & Numbers set(#111610 pg. 151). I used the Ticket corner punch (#107214 pg. 186) on the very vanilla piece on the front of the card, and the ribbon it 1/4" grosgrain ribbon Elegant eggplant. Take the pumpkin pie piece and score it at 1/2" on the 4" side, and the perfect plum piece, score it at 1/2" on the 3 1/4" side. Add adhesive to the 1/2" flap of the pumpkin pie and put it under the left side of the very vanilla base piece, then add adhesive to the perfect plum piece and put is under the right side of the base piece. Use the bone folder to help the pieces to lay flat. Stamp your Skeleton and saying to your 2 3/4" piece of very vanilla, and adhere to the perfect plum. Stamp the bat on a scrap of very vanilla and cut it out, then adhere it to the 1 3/8" circle punch(#104401 pg. 186) piece of very vanilla cs, adhere that to the pp scallop circle, stamp the saying from the holiday best set. Then stamp the cat and the boo to a 1" circle punch (#109046 pg.186) adhere it to a 1 3/8" circle of pp and adhere that to the pumpkin pie scallop circle, and place it on the inside of the card. Ad your DSP pieces to the top and bottom of the very vanilla base, tie the ribbon around the pumpkin pie piece and adhere card to the basic black base. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you for looking.
Posted by Come Stampin with Jamie at 3:18 PM
Monday, September 14, 2009
This card I made trying Dawn's mosaic techinque I found here. I think hers turned out better, but mine's not bad. I use real red, brushed gold, and garden green with the Merry Moments DSP, I used gold embossing powder, and gold brads. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you for looking.
Friday, September 11, 2009
I remember this day in 2001 very well, I had just dropped my granddaughter off at school, when it came on the radio, I wanted to just turnaround and go right back and pick her up. I was so upset and afraid. God give the loved ones strength today.
Tuesday, September 08, 2009
Hello stampers, I have cased this card from here I thought it was so cute, and I just had to make one. I did change a thing or two. I made it in to a 4 1/4" X 5 1/2" card, and I used rose red, so saffron, night of navy, brocade blue, and pumpkin pie card stock, I used chocolate chip and basic black ink. The stamp set is the more the merrier. I used the 1 3/4" circle, 1 3/8" circle, large oval, small oval, 1/2" circle, 1" circle, modern label, and large star punches. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thanks for looking.
Monday, September 07, 2009
Hello stampers, isn't this the cutest card? For the base I used Old Olive card stock, I sponged the edges with chocolate chip ink, and using Serene Snowflakes, I stamped the base with white craft ink. I used the top note die cut, and real red card stock, I used a embossing folder, and sponged the edges with white craft ink. I used the 1 3/4" circle punch, I cut off a little more than a 1/4", and used it as the bottom of the cup. I used the large oval punch to make the handle, and I used Chocolate Chip card stock. I used very vanilla card stock and the cricut to make the steam. I used the more the merrier stamp set and chocolate chip ink for the "warm winter wishes". I hope you enjoy this card and if you have any questions, please ask. See you tomorrow.
Sunday, September 06, 2009
I think this Melon Mambo Christmas card turned out so pretty. I used melon mambo textured, chocolate chip, and confetti white card stock. Inks I used melon mambo, chocolate chip, and sliver encore. I used the vintage ornaments 1, stencils, and melon mambo ribbon.
If you have any questions please let me know and thank you for looking.
If you have any questions please let me know and thank you for looking.
Saturday, September 05, 2009
Hello again stampers, I made this cute little guy for a swap, I may have to use him in my Christmas card stamp-a-stack also. I used rose red, taken with teal, basic black, whisper white, only orange, card stock, and holiday lounge DSP. I used the top note die cut, and the wide oval, large oval, word window, 1 3/8" circle, 5-pedal flower, and the boho blossoms punches. I used teeny tiny wishes, and serene showflakes stamps. Inks, I used white, and chocolate chip, and a designer button. If you have any questions please let me know.
On this card I used two different embossing folders. Card stock I used, more mustard, pumpkin pie, close to cocoa, chocolate chip, and garden green. Inks I used where, chocolate chip, pumpkin pie, and garden green. I used the teeny tiny wishes stamp, the wide oval, curly label, word window, and modern label punches. I cut the pumpkin stem by hand, and the curly q's, I made with the cricut. To enhance the embossing, I used the ink pad to rub across the card stock to make the embossing pop. I hope you like this one, it was fun making it.
Hi stampers, this is my blue and white Christmas card. I used the baby wipe technique. I used the brilliant blue, bashful blue, ballet blue, and night of navy reinkers. Card stock, I used brilliant blue, night of navy, whisper white, and glossy white. I used Dasher, teeny tiny wishes, and serene snowflakes (in the new mini catalog) stamps. I also used the large oval, the scallop oval, and the 1 3/8"circle punches. I embossed Dasher and the snowflakes with SU white embossing powder, and I used brilliant blue ink pad for the Merry Christmas. If you have any questions let me know.
Friday, September 04, 2009
I used the Hounting wheel, and the scary skeleton set. I used green galore, lovely lilac, only orange, very vanilla, and basic black CS. I used basic black ink for the wheel and the bat, and I used Stampin' Up!'s celebration Kaleidacolor pad and the brayer for the background. I used the cricut to cut out the BOO!, and I used the 1" circle punch for the moon. I made this card for a swap.
Posted by Come Stampin with Jamie at 10:44 PM