Thursday, October 31, 2013

Published in Just Cards! Holidays

I love getting that big white envelope from Scott Publications :)

My card is on Page 70 - in the Halloween Cards! section.

The image and verse are from D.R.S. Designs.  The verse reads:  "Women are like Angels and when someone breaks their wings they simply continue to fly...... on a broomstick.  They are flexible like that!"

This card is so me.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Westie Note Card Trio

I had colored several of these images with Copic Markers quite a while ago. I finally got around to doing something with them. 

I think I may donate them to Maryland Westie Rescue :)

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Farewell to a Friend

My friend Amanda's family is military, and they are transferring far away.  A bunch of us got together and each made her a farewell card representive of ourself.  The cards were presented to her at a farewell lunch gathering.  We hope when she looks at each card, she will think of us and smile.

This is my card.  It is representive of all my years of having Westies and being involved in Westie Rescue.

I am really going to miss her.  Farewell my friend :(

The image is "Looking Chic" by Stampavie and colored with Copic Markers.

Monday, October 21, 2013

What if the Hokey Pokey really is what it's all about?

I made this card with odds and ends that were piling up.

This card makes me smile :)


Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Happiness Fairy

This is my 2nd attempt at the dryer sheet technique.  Mostly I've seen the dryer sheet technique used on winter cards...over trees or snowflakes.  I decided to give it a try on something different because I thought the sentiment on this card made it perfect.  It's hard to tell from the photo, but there is glitter all over the card - embedded in the dryer sheet. 

To be honest, the technique works better with the trees :)

Nevertheless, I love the image and sentiment from Crakerbox Palace.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

May All Your Dreams Come True

This was my card at a recent Shoe Box Swap (that I could not attend...but I sent my kits).  Totally CASEd from some kits created by Chiaki Haverstick.

Easy to make.

1.  Stamp sentiment on 4' x 5 1/4' white cardstock and adhere to card base.

2. Adhere 3 1/4' square designer paper to card front.

3. Pop Dot 3" embossed white square - punched in the center with the Stampin' Up! Blossom Punch.

4. Snip flower petals all the way around (SU! 3/4' and 1 1/4' Scalloped Circle Punches), adhere together, then adhere to card front as shown.

6.  Adhere button/twine to center of flower.