Monday, May 21, 2018

"Feeling Sketchy!" is the new challenge starting today at Cards In Envy Challenge blog. Make a card from a favorite sketch and share the link to the sketch if you can.

I like going back to the Operation Write Home sketch archive. I used Sketch #175, because I wanted to ink up these cute inchie stamps I had just found at Michael's:

Have fun with this challenge!

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

"Just Married!"VW bus card

Hello and welcome! I used the cute "Just Married!" digi stamp from All Dressed Up Stamps for this card and their latest Anything Goes challenge:

Please leave me a comment so I will know you stopped by! Thanks!

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Vintage card in neutral colors

I made this card for the Neutral Point of View challenge at Frilly and Funkie Blog:

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Monday, May 7, 2018

One-layer card challenge

Hello; thanks for stopping by. The new challenge at Cards In Envy starting today is "One Layer". Make a card with just one layer; the card base does not count as a layer.
Here is my card for the Design Team:

Image: All Dressed Up Digi Stamps
Sentiment: Computer generated
Copic Markers
Washi Tape
Have fun with this challenge!

Saturday, April 28, 2018

"Spring Is Here" Bloghop at Tiddly Inks!

Hello and welcome!

Here's my card for the Spring Is Here Bloghop!

Image: "Cherry Wrynn" digi stamp by Tiddly Inks
Copic markers
It has been a beautiful cherry blossom season here in the Washington, DC area, where I live. Have you ever visited DC during cherry blossom time? I highly recommend it, even with all the traffic!
Have a great weekend!

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Coffee card fun

Just for fun, I made this card with a digital image from Free Vintage Digi Stamps. I love the retro, vintage look.

Always fun going through my DP to choose papers to complement an image! The background polka dot dp is actually from a Halloween 6x6!

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Thursday, April 19, 2018

"Elegant Jewels" challenge

Hello and welcome. The current challenge at Frilly and Funkie Challenge Blog is "Elegant Jewels." Use jewel-tone colors and add a gem or bit of  jewelry to your creation.

I went through my stamps and found this digi, one of the very first digis I received; it was a freebie and I can't recall where it came from! I colored it with jewel-tone garnet red and emerald green Copic markers. I thought the rich red of the berries and green holly leaves on the DP complimented the image nicely:

Thanks for stopping by!