Tuesday, September 24, 2019

CC&S #339

Hello! It's been a very busy week for me. My boys had 2 cross country meets, my mom's birthday, work, hosted team dinner, and finally a family reunion. I really could use a nap. I wanted to try to stay as true to this week's sketch as possible, so PTI's dot spot stamp did the trick. I used ink colors from Gina K and a sentiment strip I had lying around (I usually make a bunch at once ) . Thanks for stopping by today, can't wait to see what everyone comes up with.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019


Hello! I'm back with another card to share for the anything goes challenge at The Holly and Ivy Christmas challenge. I used this great stamp from Pink fresh  studio and the sentiment is from SSS tiny words Christmas set.  I think this will be a design I mass produce. It was fairly simple, stamped the trees image onto light blue cardstock with versamark ink, sprinkle on white embossing powder and heat set, and finally i blended on a medium blue and dark blue inks around the image , i then splattered on some white paint to look like snow falling, then just pop on a sentiment and it was complete. I am really pleased with the finished card. Thanks for stopping by today.

CC&S #338

Hello! I hope everyone is doing well. It's been a busy couple of weeks here and this week is the busiest for my family. My boys have 2 cross country meets this week , 1 being the BIG one of the season. My youngest son is terrified, the older kids have told him how tough the course is. I was rushing when I put this card together, I thought I had the peacock cardstock... couldn't find it anywhere. So I ink blended a couple colors until I got something kind of close... maybe. Thanks for stopping by today.

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

CC&S #337

Hello! I hope those of you state side enjoyed an extra day off yesterday, I know I did. When I picked these colors I wanted something that would work nicely for fall cards. I used the leaf prints dies from PTI (sorry no longer available) a sentiment from the sentiment strips stamp from Taylored Expressions and then splattered on a bit of gold paint. I plan to make a couple more of these as it was so simple. Thanks for stopping by today.