We survived the massive winds yesterday. I was wondering if we were going to the land of OZ and have the wicked witch under our house when we landed. We were very lucky. There were trees and downed poles and wires all over the county. A very large billboard fell on top of a bowling ally. The billboard was advertising the Powerball Lottery. I guess mother nature was really mad she didn't win and blew it over. All kidding aside thankfully no one was injured.
Here is a card that I have done for Suzanne Dean's CMC challenge.
I used a stamp that I don't think had ever seen ink until this. It is a Precious Moments stamp which they don't even produce the rubber stamps anymore as far as I know.
I have colored her using Copic markers. She is stamped with Memento ink on Cryogen white paper. The background paper is by Brenda Walton.
I added some of my hot glue gun pearls. I also added stickles to the umbrella hearts and glossy accents to the the falling hearts.
Ok, I did it. This is my first tutorial video. Be gentle :-). I have written tutorials before but never recorded one. I know there are some bugs in it. I was working with an editing program that I just downloaded. I don't think it's too bad for a first try. I hope you like it and will learn something new from it.
Well we got hit with another overnight snow storm. It was about 5 inches. I am really sick of snow. I think the current ground hog should retire and they replace him because what happen to spring being just around the corner.
Here is a spring looking card. This is Sarah Kay image. I kept it simple.
A couple of swirls cut with my Slice and some pearls .
Here's to hoping spring is just a few days away..... wishful thinking.
I have made this card to participate in the Mo's Digital Pencil challenge. This little guy is a digital image by Mo. I have colored him with Copic markers. The back ground is sponged with versa color ink using a Spellbinders Nestie die.
I followed the sketched that was presented at the challenge web site. I used a Fiskars border punch for the border along the image. I made me think a bit of chicken wire.
I redid my blog background. I hope you like it. I thought it needed to be spruced up somewhat.
Here is a Valentine card I did using an image by Elisabeth Bell. What ever company she designs for they are always so pretty. I colored her using my copics. The background paper is from Bo Bunny's Crazy Love collection. I cut the image using nestibilities as well as the scallops.
I used my Making Memories Slice Die Cut Machine to cut the word "love" out three time to make it thicker. A pink seam binding for the ribbon.