I started this layout so long ago and finally made it happen this week. First I didn't have the sky vellum paper for the background and so I just put everything away, until I found a lady on FB that happen to be selling the paper and just received her package last week! So happy that I actually was able to find some still at this late date! Love that when that happens!! I special cut the title with my Cricut, and my Gypsy to turn the letters, and inserted them onto the banner. This was new for me to try and even learned to turn each letter so that they flowed like the banner. No, I haven't splurged for a Silhouette because I still seem to find a way to use the Cricut instead. Anyway, because of Paper Crafter's Challenge for using a variety of fonts and words, and a large title separate from the page, this is the one layout I really wanted to make!! Adding letters to the scooter, tags with writing on the front and backs, and the title meets those criteria, I think. Also, made a list of When, What, Where on the orange tag, which PCC also had mentioned.
Here's PaperCrafter's Corner Challenge:
This week has been super busy while I had carpet laid in all the bedrooms and craft room! That meant EVERYTHING had to be moved!!! Crazy! Well, after moving it out, I managed to get it moved back, and made this layout. Was inspired by Paper Crafter's Corner's inspiration of Week #61, here:
It reminded me of nostalgic times, of family fun days. I used the one word title and the colors of green, blue and red as well for my inspiration. So here is my layout of my 2 boys playing a family game together. This was many years ago, and they are now adults living away from home. Good family memories!
I used the Magnolia Way Stack 12x12 because it has smaller prints as well. I fussy cut quite a few things and added them to my card inside and out, and added a piece using a Martha Stewart Border Punch to add some more dimension. A little of some lace from my stash which I think is Prima Marketing if I remember correctly, went on last. Oh, and a rub-on for my sentiment. I hope you enjoy my card! Beverly
This is a layout about a restaurant that we really loved, and describes the food we had that day.
Supplies: Basic Grey Kioshi papers and chipboard flowers. Letters: American Crafts Thickers in Honey Puffy stickers. Transparency used with an Inkjet Printer to add text.
Challenges I am entering:
PaperCrafter's Corner: Pops of bright colors (My flowers), A one-word title (delicious), Block of text (Printed on transparency), and a variety of shapes (chipboard flowers added).
Here is an adorable acrylic card for my son's upcoming birthday. I just love how it came out! Supplies used were Clear Scraps Send It Clear Card and DCWV's Birthday Stack in 12x12 and 6x6. I fussy cut a lot of it and added twine for the banner affect. The Birthday Wishes is Rubber Café stamped with black ink. The hardest part was hand cutting each of the elements and meticulously matching everything up to lay right. The chocolate icing was made using a Viva Decor' Pearl Pen in brown and adding swirls and layers until it resembled icing. It took a long time to dry, but really made it look so yummy!! #ClearScraps #SendItClearCard #Cupcake #DCWV #SimonSaysStamp #Challenge #PaperCraftersCorner
I am posting this for the following challenges: Paper Crafter's Corner: Birthday Simon Says Stamp Blog Challenges: Make it from scratch
Simon Says Stamp Blog Wednesday Challenge: Make it Clear
Fabulous holiday here in America is our July 4th, Independence Day! Here is my card for my 2014 Celebration! I used various inks on artist paper, then tore it. Of course it needed the added ribbons. Had bought the stamp a year ago, and finding it was tough. Added the sentiment and the star. Viola! Gathering all the supplies, and getting this uploaded was the hardest part!!
Hope you enjoy it!
Challenges: Paper Crafter's Corner Challenge 57
I just love this card! This is using my fabulous #Stampendous Stamp set called, Jumbo Lovely Garden Stamp and die set for the butterfly! I used #Core'dinations' Black magic in violet. I embossed with a folder by Darice using my Cuttlebug, and then I used my new nifty Sand It Set, which I LOVE!! Topped it with a Fuchsia satin ribbon by #MayArts. Some Want2Scrap bling and Copics for coloring.
Challenges I am entering: PaperCrafter's Corner
I was inspired by the pic's black background and swirls throughout from the bird images.
Well, since I love ribbon that was easy!! So I chose the gorgeous fuchsia satin ribbon by May Arts! SimonSaysMondayStampChallenge: "I ought to use this more!" And that was easy because I haven't used my Cuttlebug nor my Copics nor any of my ribbons, and I have a ton of them! So I got to feel like I really accomplished something with these 3 challenges in making this one card! Now to try to finish some of my scrapbook layouts I have been working on! :)