Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Sunday, October 12, 2008
I hope the gals at club like this one!!!
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Here is my lovely niece Madeline and her brother Ian, it looks like they were having a great day doesn't it?
Here is Grandpa with Izzy:
Nothing would be complete without Grandma and Savannah:
Of course he needs to have his blanket and bed or he is not a happy camper =)Well back to the task at hand. I experimented during conference today on acetate cards (transparency film) being I wanted something different for my holiday cards this year. Figured I would keep it simple right: WRONG =). Here is what I have come up with so far:
I used Old Olive for the scalloped edge and Real Red/Old Olive ink to match. I heat embossed the tree with craft Old Olive. The base is the normal cardbase 4.25x5.5, scored at 5.5. I used a piece of Whisper White card stock for the backing measured 4.25x5.5. I adhered it to the back front using glue dots. Embellish as needed. A little simple for my tatse but it will have to do. Here are some other angles of this card:
On this other card, I like the strip of Real Red around the front, but the Brads are not perfect and people knowing m, that is an issue =). I heat embossed the snowflakes using the Snowburst set from last years SU mini. The tree gets covered up a little when it is closed but when it is opened, I guess that is the look it is suppose to have. Old Olive ink was used as well.
Here is what is looks like closed. I do like the images on the inside, I just need to get used to working with a see through card base =)
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Saturday, September 27, 2008
You can find the template and the details for this lovely project here. What fun these would be to have on your desk at work to display. I'm thinking I need all my nieces and nephews now on my desk at work!!!
Who could also be cuter on here then my bro and sis in law, just had to get Cody in his Ping hat and Aubry when she graduated with her LPN. They are my fav's =) Not sure I like the white background but it'll grow on me I'm sure.