Since I haven't posted in such a long time, here is something I've had done for a while and just haven't gotten around to sharing yet. Maybe it will serve to get me back in the swing of things.
I lifted this one from an idea on Pinterest. I used Stampin Up You're My Type, and a Fun Stamper's Journey Newsprint stamp.
Good day hoppers! If you're here for the House of Cards December hop you're right on track. You should have come from Em's blog. If you need the complete list just hop on back to House of Cards.
Looking at the picture, I was immediately inspired by the pinks and ribbon in the photo.
My first card uses a Deedee's Digis set: Winter Church. I used the precolored image (love these for when I don't feel like coloring!) and one of the papers that comes with the set. I used one of the sentiments on the inside.
For my next card I was intrigued by the interesting design on the tag, as well as the brown. I'm using Great Impressions stamps: Lace Doily J101 and Vintage Merry Christmas D469
Just a quick note that Great Impressions is having a sale, so now would be a great time to stop by and check out the store! Next up on the hop is Heather!
Perhaps, like me, you have seen this card idea done with various wreaths- some stamped, some punched.
I thought I'd try my hand at one using Great Impressions beautiful Evergreen Wreath G496 stamp.
This is my card for Moving Along with the Times challenge, which has a theme of My Favorite Things (the song, not the stamp company). I chose this stamp which belongs to a friend because it fits perfectly-wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings! It's a beautiful stamp that will make a great masculine card. Thanks for stopping by today!
The Crafter's Cafe: Inspired by a Song (My Favorite Things)
Creatalicious Challenges: masculine
Fan-tastic Tuesday: something beginning with B (brads)
Quirky Crafts: feathers
This is my second challenge as Guest Designer with 4 Crafty Chicks for the month of October...come play along with us this week! The theme is masking, and there are so many possibilities with this one!
I used a very simple masking technique on this one. I tore some scrap paper and inked along the edge with Distress ink. Then I stamped the leaf image three times without reinking. The sentiment is heat embossed in white.
I don't do CAS cards too often, but I think sympathy cards call for simplicity.
The stamps are from Great Impressions: Bamboo Branch F332, and With Sympathy B178
Hi, I'm Emily- card maker, gardener, sewing enthusiast, nature lover and Downton Abbey fan. Thanks for taking a peek into my studio today!