If you don't know what else to say on a card, how about this? I've always liked this set of papers from CTMH, and have been coveting them since you can't get them anymore. I discovered several CTMH blogs and ideas, and my inspiration for this card is here. It's time to use up the great papers I have to make way for the all of the fantastic new products in the catalog that just came out! All papers, cardstock and the stamp set are from CTMH!
Our always wonderful and generous sponsor this week is A DAY FOR DAISIES!They provide themed categories of over 1000 fun and whimsical digital images, including fairy tales and magical mermaids, cutie kids, vintage illustrations, sentiments and lovely designs for all occasions!The Grand Prize winner this week will receive a $12 Gift Certificate to the ADFD Shop. Here are the places to find lots of inspiration:
There's been a little bit of a change starting this week that I wanted to mention, so whoever is our sponsor of the challenge, is the only image that your creation should include. I'm pretty sure most of you have at least one of these images, but if you don't right now, there are freebies available to download so that you can join us! As always, the rest of the Design Team Diva's truly rock again this week with their creations, so for lots of inspiration go to theSSW Blog.
Here's the inside of the card and the envelope too!
Hello and Happy Monday! I found atutorial that I just had to try and I'm very pleased with the outcome. At work we had lots of crayons donated and so I was on Pinterest (of course), and found how to melt them in a silicone baking pan. It worked like a dream and I was able to make 6 of them with a box of 24 crayons, glitter, and twine. The plan is to sell these as a fundraiser.
Here are the rest of the colors:
I'm not sure how that little bit of purple got in there, but I'm glad it did!
Our fabulous monthly sponsor this week is DigiStamp Boutique and I'm using a Jemina image. Isn't she cute?!
The winner of this week's challenge will win 6 digital images from the DigiStamp Boutique of their choice...woohoo!!
Be sure to check out the rest of the SSW Design Team Diva's creations as well, as join us! This is a very, very fun sketch to work with!
Digital Image: DigiStamp Boutique - Jemima and Flowers Cardstock: Bazzill and Stampin' Up Paper: One cute little reversible piece from Fancy Pants. Other Stuff: Markers, ribbon, nesties, Sizzix button die cuts, Cuttlebug embossing folder, and the sentiment ribbon snap is from Melissa Frances. My Favorite Thing: The paper!
I figured it was time I take a card that I saw on Pinterest and actually try it out myself....thanks for the inspiration Lisa at Cocoa Daisy!
Cardstock: Stampin' Up - Tempting Turquoise Papers: Heartwarning Vintage Collection - Radiant Stamps (Sentiments): CTMH - Celebration Set Other Stuff: Heart punch, Colorbox charcoal chalk/ink, red floss, and a cuttlebug embossing folder. My Favorite Thing: I tore myself away from Pinterest for awhile to actually create something!
Happy Sweet Sketch Wednesday 136-73! The sponsor of this week's challenge is Wee Stamps, where this little cutie with her bird friend are from, and it's called Winter Fairy. The winner will receive 3 digital images...woohoo!!
The owner and illustrator behind Wee Stamps, Sylvia Zet creates unique designs of charming and whimsical characters, which are loved for their adorable little faces expressing innocence and trustful hearts.
Wee illustrations feature cute kids and fluffy animals and are available as digital downloads at Wee Stamps and also as deeply etched red rubber stamps at Whimsey Stamps. Be sure to check them all out!
For some fantastic inspiration, be sure to visit the SSW Blog to see what the rest of the Design Team Diva's have created this week!
I am also entering this one into the challenge at Inky Impressions, which is red, pink and white!
A card on its way to Omaha to my ex-husband...he'll love it!
Cardstock: Bazzill and Stampin' Up Image: Digi Shack Papers: From K&Company's Que Sera Sera mat pad. Other Stuff: Markers, nestie, ribbon, button. My Favorite Thing: That I consider my ex one of my best friends!
I'm still having some fun with these pre-made glitter cards from DCWV that I found in my stash. I've been making some quick and easy cards this week to have on hand...don't look too close - the glue is still wet on this one!
Happy Sweet Sketch Wednesday 135! The sponsor of this week's challenge is Saturated Canary and this is one of my favorite images from Krista. It's called Crushing on the Quarterback, and of course I colored her in with my Green Bay Packer colors. I'll be sending this to my sista, and the second biggest Packer fan. I know it'll get a giggle out of her.
The winner of this week's challenge will receive 2 free digital images from Krista's shop...yippee!!
To find these amazing images, here are 3 spots to check out:
Don't forget to visit the SSW Blog to see what the rest of the Design Team Diva's have created and join us. We love to see what you create!
Digital Image: Saturated Canary Cardstock: Stampin' Up Papers: Sky paper/Fancy Pants, and the green paper is from DCWV's Cafe Mediterranean Stack Other Stuff: Markers, ribbon, lace, felt butterfly, rhinestones. My Favorite Thing: Her Outfit - Go Packers!!
Another quickie....how quick you ask?...15 minutes...bam!!! I used pretty much all of the same things I did yesterday, except I added a corrugated star from Close to My Heart, some twine and a button. I'm on a roll here, but now I need to get in the shower and get to work. I hope it doesn't bust my mojo! Have a great day!
Ok, so I'm in a blue/green mood this week...anyway, I found in my stash this pre-glittered card, and then I found the sketch contest over onMojo Monday. So basically I used the card, one piece of paper of the Whimsy Stack from DCWV (cut very strategically), and one piece of cardstock from Stampin' Up/Tempting Turquoise. I added the rhinestones, and I used a couple of circle Nesties, oh and the wish sentiment is a stamp from Heidi Grace. Easy, sparkly, and simple, ya?!
Happy New Year! I wanted to make a New Year card for my honey and I also went to see The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and so the two thoughts came together to make this! I read the books and saw the swedish versions of all 3 of the books, and so I naturally couldn't wait to see what Hollywood did with it. I wasn't disappointed, and even though it was 2 hours and 40 minutes, I still didn't want it to end. If you get the chance, and you like that kind of film, you're going to love it. Looking at Daniel Craig wasn't hard on the eyes either! Image: Stamping Dragon Designs Cardstock: Bazzill Papers: DCWV's Green Stack Other Stuff: Markers, oval and oval scallop punch, Stampin' Up ribbon and brads. My Favorite Thing: The sweet dragon!