Friday, June 29, 2012
The card background is the HA lattice stamp. The flowers are die cut from the Indie Chic "Nutmeg" collection of papers using the Spellbinders Petite Scalloped Circles large.
I then distessed the edges of the flowers and added vintage photo distress ink. The big Thank You stamp is also HA.
Added some pearls, a large gemstone and some twine.
Thanks for looking and I hope you like it.
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Created with all HA products: CG250 Small open flower, CG248 Large open flower, CG132 Messages.
The flowers were inked with the new Tim Holtz summer seasonal distress inks.
Matching gemstones and pearls added.
Thanks for looking!
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
PS. The card below is very fitting for today. Don't you think?
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
This card was created for the HA 2012 thinking of you challenge.
Die Cut Labels Eighteen on plain and glitter cardstock.
Applied double-sided tape to Kaisercraft wooden flourishes butterfly and burnished with Glitter Ritz glitters.
HA sentiment CL342
HA Green Hills mid-tone ink.
Hope you like it!
HA June 2012 thinking of you challenge.
Monday, June 18, 2012
It is simply a type of hard pumice sponge (size 4"x 2") purchased at my local Dollar store.
You don't even need to use soap. Just wet it a little and with a few swipes you're good to go.
It does the trick for me so if you can find this at your local dollar store I'm sure you'll be impressed too. And only a buck! Great find!
Sunday, June 17, 2012
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Stamped the coffee cup using HA Sparkle Clear-Coffee set CL187, then masked the cup and saucer and stamped the HA Newspaper background S5601.
Vintage photo distress ink on the card edges, die cut some zig zags from PB&J paper, added some ribbon, glossy accents on the cup and saucer and threw in some chocolate pearls.
Hope you like it!!!
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Monday, June 04, 2012
Sunday, June 03, 2012
In between writing this post I am back and forth from my dining room table to the window feeding my little Grandma chipmunk which we aptly named Chippie. We have had her grace our property now for the past five years through countless litters. She is so tame that she will jump in my hand for me to feed her shelled peanuts. When she jumps up to the ledge of the window I am sure my cat Muffin would just like to grap a hold of her. But that's o.k. because the window is never opened wide enough for that. In between feedings I am trying to get a video of her to show you. Stay tuned for my Chippie video!!!