Monday, December 24, 2012

Happy Anniversary} Revisited

Hello there my friends!!!

Please let me start off by wishing you and your family a very

I am here today as Guest Designer for The Shabby Tea Room .... The theme this week is to share your favorite project  you created for TSTR in the past or create something new!
I chose to share something I already created. Actually , one of my favorite cards!

I used stamps from Waltzingmouse. Cardstock from Papertrey Ink. Pattern papers are from Teresa Collins. I used pumice stone distress ink and Hero Arts black ink. Doily die and branch die are Spellbinders. The leaf die is Die-Namics. The satin ribbon is from The Ribbon Reel . The pink flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts and the tiny white bud is my stash. The leaf pin is from Maya Road, the white pin is Joanns. The trim is also from my stash.
This was the inspiration photo...also one of my fav pics!!!
Thanks for stopping by and taking a peek!!!

Hope you enjoy your day!


Wednesday, December 12, 2012

The Sky is the Limit

Hey there!
How are you today?

The card I am sharing with you today is for two challenges.

I used the color combo from Dynamic Duos
and the sketch from
Retro Sketches
How much fun is that sketch!!!?

Here is what I created...

All cardstock, stamps,dies and embossing plate are from Papertrey Ink. The square die is Spellbinders. I scattered some gems from Recollections and added faux stitching using a white gel pen.

The black ink is from Hero Arts. I used Copic markers in R81, R29 and E50.  And lastly I added some perfect pearls in white to the balloon.

Thanks for stopping by!


Sunday, December 9, 2012



I'm so excited for today's post....
My official Design Team post for The Ribbon Reel ...

This weeks challenge is 'Nordic Noel'...a Scaninavian inspired Christmas...
Use the colors red, white and kraft, and buttons, ribbon/ twine to create your project. The lucky winner will receive a gift voucher to shop at The Ribbon Reel .
Here is my card...

All pattern papers are from My Mind's Eye. The kraft and white cardstock are from Papertrey Ink.  The glitter cardstock is Recollections. The star shaped dies are Spellbinders.

The seambinding ribbon is from The Ribbon Reel . The buttons are my stash. The twine is from Joanns. The bells are from Michaels. The sentiment stamp is from The Craft's Meow. I used black ink from Hero Arts.

I am also entering this into City Crafter Challenge Blog ...the lovely Ros is hosting!

Thanks for taking a peek today!

Come by The Ribbon Reel and play along!


Saturday, December 8, 2012

Sweet 16

Hey there!
How are you?

I just want to share with you what I created using the color inspirtaion from
Colour Q ...
I made this card for a cousin's sweet 16. How ironic, these were the same colors she used for her theme : winters snowflakes. It was so beautiful and was she!

Here is the card...
The white cardstock, snowflake stamps, sentiment stamp and number dies are all from Papertrey Ink. I used inks from Color Box in shades of royal blue, surf and true blue. I also used liquid pearls in baby blue. The sentiment was stamped using black ink from Hero Arts.

The glitter cardstock is from Recollections. The seambinding is from The Ribbon Reel . The bells and tiny flower bud are from Michaels. The twine is from Joanns. 
Thanks for stopping by!

Sunday, December 2, 2012

A Joyful Christmas

Hello there!

How was your weekend?  Did it go by too fast....mine did.

The card I am sharing with you tonight was made using the colors from

Dynamic Duos ...

Here is what I created...
I madse the poinsettia using a Mc Gill petal punch. The leaf die is from Die-Namics and the sentiment is My Favorite Things Stamps. All cardstock is from Papertrey Ink. I stamped the sentiment using black ink from Hero Arts.

The corner punch id Fiskars. I dusted some Martha Stewart glitter. I inked the edges of the petals with forest moss distress ink. The gems are from Recollections.

Have you started your Christmas shopping?
I have not....I know I passed on some really good sales, but I was just not in the mood.
Oh well, ....

Thanks for stopping by today! See you soon!