Another starburst card.
Sunday, August 16, 2015
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Sunday, June 7, 2015
My daughter had a baby a few months ago and she
received a card that kind of looked like these.
It was a commercially done design.
I took the basics which was the phrase and
the baby item and played around.
The pacifier and bottle came from Cricut's
Stork Delivery cartridge.
I did the phrase on my computer and after
multiple trial and errors got the size of the
text right for the regular card and the flip card.
I am very pleased with these designs and
hope you enjoy copying them!
Friday, May 1, 2015
A plain white card base starts this design.
Cheery Lynn Design's lattice cut in vellum is
attached to the front of the card base.
Again using a Cheery Lynn Designs die,
the word "blessings" was cut from a
dark metallic bronze or brown gift wrap
that had been attached to card stock.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
This is a huge card. It's a half sheet.
The stamp is my very very first Magenta.
That means I have had it about 23 years.
The top card is stamped on craft paper
with white embossing powder and
the coloring is water color.
This card has been embossed with black embossing powder
on white card stock.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
A very basic yet elegant design.
I have a SIL that need lots of sympathy cards
so cards are her Christmas and birthday gifts.
I used a light colored card base.
The corner die cuts are by Cheery Lynn Designs
The phrases are computer generated
and die cut using Spellbinders dies.
Monday, March 2, 2015
My daughter is going to have a baby girl.
She is a very busy woman and does not have
the time or the product to make a scrapbook
for her baby.
So mom and grandma (to be) to the rescue.
Here are the first five pages.
I have used die cuts, punches and
die cut images from Cricut's Stork's Delivery cartridge.
The paper are from K & Company.
Friday, January 23, 2015
Friday, January 16, 2015
I began with a plain white card base.
The pink is polished stone, which always looks
better in person. It is layered over black
and that is cut to a narrow border using my
The thank you is cut from black card stock
using a Cheery Lynn Designs die.
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Now 9 weeks old and getting busier by the day.
They now prefer to do their business outside.
Available for adoption.
Have had their first parvo shot.
On puppy chow and relatively pad trained.
That means their nose might be over the pad
but their rear ends may not.
But at least they have the general idea.
Things they have learned -
munching on the cats tail is dangerous
howling gets dad up
Pixie (the mother) can get very cranky if you chew on her tail
stairs are not as hard as we first thought
BUT the up part of stairs is way easier than the down part
snow is fun
It's perfect for my Harley riding brother-in-law.
The motorcycle die is from Marianne and the
phrase from Cheery Lynn Designs.
I love the Cheery Lynn word dies.
The happy and birthday have to be ordered separately,
BUT each word or phrase come in two sizes.
The words here are the small size.
The map paper is from Paper Studio's
Uncharted mat stack.
I did some heavy sponging around the edges.
Monday, January 5, 2015
When I got up this morning I happened to glance out
the sliding glass doors to the snow covered wheat field
that is about 1/2 mile south of our house.
It was covered with ELK.
They are vermin, rats of the hill country.
My estimated count it around 66 head, give or take a few.
These nasty creatures are devastating out wheat field.
They paw through the snow and literally dig out the
wheat plants and eat them.
Deer will merely paw through the
snow and nibble off the top of the wheat plant.
We are in no way compensated for feeding these unwanted
elk through the winter and are not even given ONE
hunting permit so we at least have some meat.
They are Game and Parks elk so Game and Parks
should feed them.
OK, rant over.
Thursday, January 1, 2015
The card base was die cut using Sizzix Movers & Shapers L
Diamond Flip It.
This is a thick die, not the thin wafer that I usually use.
The finished card is 5 x 5 inches.
Above is the card partially unfolded
using the front view.
This view (above) shows the flip side of the diamond
where I would write my greeting.