Saturday, May 30, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Monday, May 25, 2009
Once again it is time for Squigglefly's Monday Challenge! It is my turn this week!
The challenge is to make a card using the colors chocolate chip pretty in pink and bordering blue.
Here is my card-
- pretty in pink, chocolate chip, bordering blue and white paper
- Little Rocker digital image from Squigglefly, sentiment from MFTs
- spellbinder dies, CB embossing folder, large brads, prisma markers, silk flowers, dimenionals
Come on over to the Squigglefly blog and see what the other designers have come up with. Join us in this challenge and use Mr Linky to put a link to your card so we can take a look!!!
Monday, May 18, 2009
Here is what she has asked us to do-
1. (At least) One Squigglefly image
2. Two designer papers
3. Three embellishments-(buttons, brads, flowers, jewels) may be any combination
4. One letter of the alphabet-your choice-may be hand drawn or chipboard/rub-on
Come on over to the Squigglefly Blog to see what all the other designers have come up with!
Here is my card-
What I used-
Squigglefly image-Broken Teddy
Paper- Su certainly celery, pretty in pink, white, SU dp.
Accessories- chipboard letter, Spellbinder dies, brads, ribbon, button, sizzix swirl die, SU border punch, prisma markers, dimensionals.
Stay tuned............I will be doing the next challenge for Monday, May 25th.
Monday, May 11, 2009
Today is our first challenge for the Squigglefly's design team.
Each Monday Rhonda and I will be posting a challenge ( sketch challenge, color combo challenge etc)
Head on over to the Squigglefly Blog to see the cards that the featured designers have created!
Here is the sketch I came up with for our first challenge.
Here is my card- Happy Birthday Mother!
This card was made using one of the new images from Squigglefly called "Miss Priss" She is so easy to color!
I made my card a Birthday card for Mother but it would work for alot of other occasions!!
Image- Miss Prissy
Paper- Su textured blush, white, DP unknown
Accessories- Spellbinder dies, Paper piercer, EK leaf branch punch, pearls, prima flowers, ribbon, MS border punch, oval punch, key tag punch, dimensionals
Thanks for looking and have a wonderful day!
Friday, May 8, 2009
Thanks for looking!
Paper: Kraft paper, K&Company DP, green, white
Ink: computer printer ink
Accessories: hemp cord, pearls, eyelets, dimenionals, Spellbinder dies, prisma markers, sticky tape
Techniques: origami gift box
Rhonda and I are starting a weekly design team challenge over at the Squigglefly Blog!
Every Monday we will be posting a challenge to our fellow Squigglefly designers. Each week we will spotlight 3 designers........come and see what they come up with!
We are promoting the wonderful digital images over at the Squigglefly store! It is amazing what you can do with these images. You know how sometimes you will want to use a rubber stamp but it is too big or too small for the space??................this is never an issue with digital images! You size them to fit the area you want to cover!
So come on over to the Squigglefly blog on Monday May 11, and be inspired!!
Thursday, May 7, 2009
This is a very bright card! The ribbon was my inspiration. I have wanted to use it for some time now. The card was made using the same idea as the flower pot card I made for a Mother's Day card in a previous post.
Stamps- SU Seeing Spots
Paper- white, green, orange and orange paper with white core center
Ink- printer ink, green, orange and yellow
Accessories-circle punches, Spellbinder dies, ribbon, dimenionals Spellbinder impressabilities, sand paper.
Thanks again for dropping by!
My first card was made using the set called "Graduation" from The Cutting Cafe. I made this for a boy. The image is from The Greeting Farm.
Ink- black printer ink
Accessories- Spellbinder dies, circle punches, black pen, prisma markers, ticket corner punch, ribbon, dimensionals, brads
Thanks for dropping by!
Monday, May 4, 2009
Keep your eyes pealed for upcoming challenges from the Squigglefly design team!!!!
Hi everyone!! Just thought I'd pop in to let you know I am still here; just busy getting the flower beds ready for the summer. Raked all the grass yesterday. It is a slow process but hoping to have things under control by the weekend. Then in another week will be able to seed the garden. There is always lots to do this time of year on the farm!
Hope to post a card at the end of the week!
Ta Ta for now!