Hi and welcome to my blog. I am a legal assistant in a small but busy law firm. I have three wonderful children and am blessed by having five grandchildren. I started out six years ago scrapbooking and then got into stamping and have been addicted ever since. There are so many wonderful blogs out there to visit and get inspiration from. Thanks to all those who take the time to do tutorials and give instructions on different techniques.
The Sketch Challenge on the Next Levelthis week was to make a card with 3-d image. I used SU c/s and Basic Grey pp (Porcelian collection) - the Butterfly stamp is made by The Artful Stamper. I used Black Versafine Ink and coloredwith Copic Marker and Ink. I added stickles for a bit of bling. The flowers are by Prima
I made this card for the Sketch Challenge on PCP. I am also going to send it to a friend of mine whose birthday is this week. I used SU c/s and Porcelain pp by Basic Grey. The stamp is used is from Stampin' Up. The inks are by Nick Bantock. I also used the cuttlebug on the background circle.
What a great challenge. I blended the silver with the white to add some contrast. I found it difficult to photograph with the silver embossing. I used SU c/s, The second layer I embossed with the Cuttlebug and the stamp is SU. "May the Wonder and Peace of Christmas be yours.
Another beautiful day in the City. This card was made for the sketch challenge on The Planet this Saturday. Materials used: SU c/s, DCWV pp and the Rose stamp by SU. I used Distress Inks and Nick Bantock. I added some stickles for some sparkle.
A wonderful new blog has started up with a great challenge this week -The Next Level- The challege this week is to make an Aperture/Cut out Card - Along with the challenge the card must have out own hand made faux Prima Lollipop flower on it. I have never made a flower like this before but it was fun to do. I am sure I'll make more of these.
Materials Used: SU cardstock Basic Gray pp Stamps - Inkadinkadoo Inks Chalk and Distressed