Supplies: Papertrey Ink (Simply Stationary, Birthday Basics, Polka Dot Basics); Pallet (Black Ink); Making Memories (Sabrina paper collection); Cuttlebug (Houndstooth Embossing Folder); Michael's (Pink Gem), Cardstock (Coordinations-Black/Pink, Ivory Linen).
Sunday, January 25, 2009
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
So I thought things were supposed to calm down after the holiday's??? Things seem crazier than ever!!!
So for this month's Guest Star Stamper at Papertrey Ink I have entered the two projects below. I am going to start with my favorite!
There's a story behind this card. So over the holiday's I joined Facebook as a way to reconnect with friends from High School. One of my classmates happens to now live in Kansas City as well. She was gracious enough to invite me to her home for lunch. We had such a great time! We could have talked for days. We weren't close in school, but I can tell we will be fast friends. She is a paper artist as well and had some treats for me....scraps of beautiful expensive papers. The beautiful pattern paper below is one of them. I love the color combo here!
Supplies: Stamps Papertrey Ink (Out on a Limb, Heartfelt Basics); Paper: Papertrey Ink (Pure Poppy Cardstock), Cougar 80# White, Japenese Paper; Ink: CMTH (Cocoa); Papertrey Ink (Pure Poppy), Whisper (Whisper Pink); Ribbon: Papertrey Ink (Pure Poppy Luxe Satin)This next project was a set of 7 DVD tins I created to hold note pads with a matching pen. Each set was unique, but this was one of my favorites because of the color scheme.
On the inside of the tin I created a pocket out of cardstock. It has a decorative pattern created using Guidelines. I have rolled up some pattern paper inside the pen so that it coordinates with the rest of the set.Supplies: Stamps Papertrey Ink (Everyday Blessings, Guidelines); Paper: DCWV, Cardstock: Stash;Ink: CMTH (Cocoa); Other: Prima Paper Flowers, DVD Tin, Pen, Note pad (with .5" trimmed off the bottom)
Saturday, January 3, 2009
Ok the first issue of the year is ready! This is sure to be an exciting year!
The January issue of SheetLoad of Cards is ready to download!!This issue features a sketch by Ann Seleshanko and C.C. Designs Rubber Stamps from All That Scraps!Make sure to check out the samples that utilize their new digital stamp lines. I just love that you can print these directly from your computer, in almost any size you want!!Do you see a set you like and want to buy it? Just click on the sample card in the PDF and be taken directly to C.C. Designs' online store to make your purchase.In the back of the issue are 3 great ideas on how to move this sketch "Beyond the Card".Make sure to check back later in the month to find out how you can win a set of C.C. Designs stamps!!