Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Peachy Keen Challenge 25

As soon as I saw the sketch for this challenge this card appeared in my head, and I couldn't get it out. One of my newest obbsessions is glossy, and metallic paper, and this card has a lot of it. I used a MS punch on a metalic gunmetal strip, used black glossy for the frames and the couple cutout, embossed pearlized white, and the flower (layered using pop dots) and the word "Love" is made from glossy magenta. A small orange cicle with orange Distress Stickles, and I called it done.

Same card, but a different angle so the colors show better.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

New coloring pages

Added a few new coloring pages. Check them out. Here

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Peachy Keen Challenge 24

My first challenge ever. Used Cricut's Forever Young cartridge for the flower, and PK-570 for the face.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Easter Basket Card

Here's my simple Easter card. It measures 5"x7". The basket and eggs were cut using my Cricut Expression and the Doodlecharms cartridge (used DesignStudio) to do some stretching)and the grass was cut from Plantain Schoolbook. The eggs were embossed using my Cuttlebug with the folders: D'vine Swirls, Victoria, Swiss Dots, and Spots and Dots (I think is the name). A little ribbon along the basket and it was done.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Easter Side Step

My very first Side step card. I was easier than I thought it'd be. The main card was cut from light blue, the decorations were all cut from white using my Cricut Expression with DoodleCharms and Plantain SchoolBook and hand colored with MS pencils, a little bit of fun fur for the "grass" in the basket and I called it done.

How I made my side step card

Happy St Paddy's Day

My Happy St. Paddy's Day card.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Kiss Me, I'm Irish

I finally made another card. I haven't been in the mood for cards recently, first I was doing coloring pages (which I'll be posting more of soon), and then I just needed a break.
So anyway, here's my first St. Patrick's Day card. It's 5x7 black, with a 4.5x6.5 patterned paper layer, then a 4x6 white layer. The words were welded onto a rectangle in Cricut DesignStudio then snipped so I could wrap them around the 2.25-2.5(ish)circle. The leprechaun in the center was cut from PaperDoll DressUp at 3.

Another version....I like the writing better on this one ;)