I never enjoy having to make a sympathy card, but I do think this one turned out beautifully. I used blendabilities to color everything and do the shading too.
Friday, February 13, 2015
Monday, February 9, 2015
I was asked to participate in a
Part of this blog hop is to answer the following questions:
I have been working on a couple of projects. The first was designing and helping my grandson to make his valentines for his preschool class. The second was designing a card for my church’s card ministry. My next projects will be to design a card for my monthly demonstrator stamp ‘n chat and to make my own valentines to send.
Most of my cards are simple and crisp. I have been told that my designs are very mathematical.
Everything is Stampin' Up except the daisy punch out. I couldn't find my Stampin' Up punch, so I used that one instead.
I hope to ask a few gals to participate in the blog hop for next Monday--I will keep you posted.
You may have come here via Marian Garcia's blog at http://studiombymarian.blogspot.com/2015/02/put-ring-on-it-organizing.html
Have a great day!
Sunday, February 1, 2015
When I saw this cute stamp set in the occasions mini catalog, I immediately thought of valentines for my grandson for his preschool.
I used part of the fish image and embossed it in gold, but the googlie eyes are what make it fun.
I also separated the greeting from the stamp so that I could stamp it inside.
Then, using photopolymer stamps, I was able to put his name together so that he can stamp it himself.
We are going to have so much fun putting these together! He needs quite a few, so it will be a great project for the next week or so.