Thursday, May 23
Today's card is for the nautical color theme over at Crafty Play Date. I made a traditional looking background and then used a non traditional image for a whimsical surpirse. Enjoy your day!
Wednesday, May 22
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Monday, May 20
Here's another beautiful Craft Project Central project for May. It's designed by Tara Bourgoin. You can see more of her wonderful creations on her blog, Can't Stap the Rain.
Here’s a soft, delicate gift box and matching card for you to make. Perfect for filling with jewelry, candy, or a small gift, this sturdy, yet elegant gift box is sure to be a hit. Present it with the matching card and have a coordinating gift for that special person in your life. This project also makes for a fun class or club project!
If you would like to learn how to make this project, you'll want to subscribe for the month of May. With your subscription, you'll get illustrated, step-by-step instructions for 10 wonderful projects for only $10! You can find out how to gain access to a bonus eleventh project over at Craft Project Central. Please leave a comment for Tara to let her know how great her project is, too!
Friday, May 17
Good Friday and Happy Weekend Wishes!
I hosted a
last night for my daughter. I had never heard the phrase until recently but it is a perfect saying for a small token shower for a multiple time mom to be. I also managed to serve the guests and make four cards all before 8:30 too!
So, here are a few cards we did last night in class. The Brown toned one uses the new Baked Brown Sugar Ink sponged for the front using a mask . The Green toned one uses the new Pistachio Pudding and the flower on the left is matted with Smokey Slate. This color combo was a hit with my girls!
The last two cards were practically cased. The Honey Comb design was inspired by Laura Laffke and the legos are all over the internet so I am not sure who began that idea but the girls loved that too.
I am doing better on decorating the inside of my cards too thanks to the inspiration of
Thursday, May 16
Grand-daughter's Ballet Recital is coming up. Here is the card I made for her this year. In years past I have used the same template but it was a bit more babyish. This year she is a big girl of 5 and loves BLING so I added some to the tutu. Oh my what can I expect at 16 LOL!
I have added pictures of some of the other designs I have made using this same template below for baby cards. This template is so much fun especially with the rounded bottom! So be sure to browse my store for lots of fun ideas to inspire you too!
Craft Project Central here on my blog this month. I hope you have enjoyed them. So, now it is my turn and here is the project I amde for them. It is a variation of the leather satchel I did last fall. I hope you enjoy it with the Swallowtail Butterfly!
tutu, baby onesie,craft project central
Wednesday, May 8
You can buy the TUTORIAL here too!
invisible easel, #easel card
Tuesday, May 7
How have you like the projects I have previewed here so far? They are featured over at Craft Project Central and we have just begun to roll out the carpet with some fabulous crafting ideas. So, are you ready for porject number 3?
This project is so much fun and WOW what a pleaser it is to give too! Don't you just love this perky little card box! Want to see what's inside?
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Saturday, May 4
SPRING FRAMED ART AND CARDS
is project number 2 over at Craft Project Central and comes to you from
Regina at Workin Out The Inks
This is a perfect project to give to someone special as a pillow gift during Convention 2013!
You can get all of the tutorial details when you subscribe to the
MAY PROJECTS at Craft Project Central for just $10!
Please stop by to see Regina too and tell her how much you enjoyed seeing her project!
Wednesday, May 1
I have been chosen to be a Guest Designer over at Craft Project Central for the Month of May and that means not only will I be showing you my own project, but I will be showcasing some gorgeous projects from 11 other talented stampers as well. You can preview the projects here on my blog, but how much more fun would it be to subscribe to the full tutorials over at Craft Project Central! Why not check out all the deets when you have a moment! But for right now let's start the month off with a project that is perfect for upcoming graduations!
this project is designed by Julie over at Just Julie B's Stamping Space
Pay her a visit and tell her how much you enjoyed seeing what she created when you get there. After all we all like to hear from you and what you liked!
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