Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Mojo Monday Sketch

I think this sketch will soon become one of my favorites. I can see many cards with this sketch in mind. There may even be a scrapbook page or two.

- Posted using BlogPress from my iPad

Monday, December 27, 2010

Onward to 2011


My New Years Resolution for 2011 is to spend the year getting myself and household 100% de cluttered and organised. Although I remember saying that last year, this year I am really serious. I thought I would post (on a different page) my journey. Starting with my craft room and my blog. Hopefully you will notice some changes.



This was the last card that my class made for 2010.

We used a digital image from Bugaboo Stamps and everything else from Stampin Up. Including the alphabet stamp set.
Must give heaps of credit to the Stamp a ma jig. Couldn’t have done this without you. No Seriously, I couldn’t have. Those who use the stamp a ma jig undertand. This is the inside of the card by the way.

My First Ever ATC


I thought after seeing a lot of Artist Trading Cards on the internet that I would have a go at making one of them myself. I think that these, along with all the other papercraft are going to be yet another addiction of mine. They are fun to make and also a great way of using up some scrap paper. The image I have used here is from Bugaboo Stamps, the markers I have used are Pro Markers and the cardstock I have used is from Stampin Up.

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Magical Birthday

P1020001Here is another digital stamp from Dustin Pike. I used Microsoft word to create the sentiment for this card. I Coloured the image using Photoshop elements and I am trying to blog from my iPad. Not sure how this is going to work...

Okay, so I needed a few minor alterations in the blog, but all in all it was pretty successful I think. All cardstock and Designer Papers came from Stampin Up. Pumpkin Pie and Pacific Point.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Kenny K Downloads









Here is another card for the girls that I have made (just in case my son is invited to another girls birthday). It’s always handy to have a stock pile ready to go. These downloads are from Kenny K. He has awesome digital images, especially for teenagers. I coloured the stamp in using photoshop 9 and all the cardstock and designer papers is from Stampin Up. I have taken a closer photo of the image so you can see it better.

Ahoy There–I’m back


Wow. I didn’t realise it had been so long since I had been in my craft room. Any wonder I am so grumpy. LOL. So here is the latest card I made yesterday. The image is from Bugaboo Stamps its another digital stamp. I must confess, I am addicted to digital stamps. All of the cardstock and patterned paper is from Stampin Up (naturally). The greeting is also from Stampin Up.

I again used Photoshop Elements to colour the image in and used the dodge and burn tool for the shading. I CASED this card from Paul Ford, who is on the designer team for Bugaboo Stamps, and I suggest you check out his work. He is another extremely talented artist. If you click on his name on the Bugaboo site, it will take you to his blog. Worth checking out.