Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
I'm sorry the picture here is so blurry. Not sure what's up with my camera today. This card is actually quite pretty in real life. I stamped the pumpkin on some Shimmery White cardstock and colored in with ink pads and aqua painters. Colors: Choc. Chip, Certainly Celery, Tangerine Tango, Haiku DSP, Autumn Harvest stamp set.
Here's Frankie Boy! Ok, my Frankie Boy doesn't quite look like this, but I do think this card is cute. There have been lots of different versions of him floating about in the stamping world and this happens to be my version. He's made with various SU circle punches. Colors: Old Olive, Lovely Lilac, Basic Black, Whisper White, Basic Gray
Yes, I dabble in the jewelry world a little too. This is a jewelry set I actually made on Labor Day. The beads are beautiful glass beads that you have to see in person to really appreciate. I made two sets of these so that I could feel like I could sell one set and keep one for myself. LOL If you would be interested in purchasing this set, please contact me.
This is probably my most favorite project as of late. I got my brayer out and several colors along with some sponges and this is the result. I followed Dawn Griffith's awesome tutorial on this. Isn't it preeettty? Makes me want to go and catch a sunset. Colors: Choc. Chip, More Mustard, Whisper White. Ink Colors: More mustard, Pumpkin pie, Bravo Burgundy,Chocolate Chip.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
OK, if it sounds like I'm rambling, I guess I am. I don't have anything to show you today, but hopefully will be back tomorrow with some stamping. As always thanks for stopping in.
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Monday, September 8, 2008
These are some post it note books I'm making to sell at the new Back Street Quilt Shop in Elkton. They don't have a web site, but this page will give you their phone and email address. This is an adorable little quilt shop that just opened the first of this month. They are a quilting store, but they are also carrying some gifts as well. Barbie, one of the owners has been so sweet to me and has asked me to put some of my "wares" in her store. I'll be adding more things other than these, but I thought I'd share a little sneak peak. As always if you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
I'm off today to spend some time with my sisters and my mom. We are going to visit Leipprandt's Apple Orchard. I haven't been there yet this year and their apples are always the best. I then have a workshop at 3:30 this afternoon at my wonderful friend Debby Baker's house in Elkton. Looking forward to seeing all the ladies from that group. The are always so much fun. Well most of them anyway. LOL
Have a great fall day!
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Happy Sunday! Sunday is actually one of my favorite days. I not only get to go to church, but I get to spend time with Frank. Yes, even after 22 yrs. I still enjoy that. *wink*
Here is a little closer look at three of the cards I showed the other day. Did I tell you I really love the new "in colors"? This is the Riding Hood Red and Pink Pirouette. Again just using some of the leftovers on my workspace.
Have a wonderful Sunday!
Saturday, September 6, 2008
This is for Chelle, who requested to see the butterfly card better. I'm curious as to who you are. We call my sister Chele and at first I thought it was her, but your post was way too nice sounding to be her. LOL
I used a piece of Soft Sky card stock behind the butterfly. I made the scallop edge piece with my scallop edged punch. Want to know how to do that? Book a workshop and I'll show you at your party. *wink* Again these cards are just made with scraps laying on my workspace that I made into cards.
Have a great day!
Friday, September 5, 2008
Well sorry about such a long post today. Hope I've kept your attention.