Sunday, January 31, 2010
So I will go out and see if I can get some shots again today.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
First a card based on DCL sketch 30. I mirrored the sketch. I still love the Alyssia papers and for the new collection I love Sophie & Jazmyne :) supplies: white cardstock, Bo Bunny Alyssia papers, corner punch, Martha Stewart doily lace punch, Zva Creative swirl, jewels, pin, organza ribbon, Imaginisce stamp, kaisercraft flowers, Melissa Frances rubon.
Next is a Christmas card. This one is based on sketch 22 from Get Sketchy. I turned there sketch around to fit my card.
I decided to start making the occassional X mas card, to make sure I am ready on time this year. I love this Grandma's Kitchen soup collection and did you already see the new Egg Drop Soup papers? Delicious and fun for easter. Supplies: white, green, red cardstock, Jillibean Soup papers Grandma's Kitchen soup, ribbon, puffy paint, Studio G text stamp.
This week it was very very cold due to the strong east wind. Freezing! Tomorrow and some days there after the weather forecast says it will be snowing again! I have enough of this kind of weather I must admit. It may be over and please let spring start blooming....
It's almost weekend and I am so looking forward to it, plan to do some digi scrapping, got some things to prep for work and go out to photograph. I am thinking about a new DSL and think nikon D90, so if any one has this camera, just let me know how you like it.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
I needed to make a male birthday card and these are always difficult for me. But this paper is cheerful and fun and yet very fitting for a male birthday card.
Again I used a stamp I never used before so I am really on a roll with using old materials and new materials not used yet.
Supplies: white cardstock, Daisy D's patterend paper, Papermania stamp, Inkadinkado stamp, Prima Flower, jewel, puffy paint, rope.
Supplies: white cardstock, Bo Bunny Love Bandit papers, On the dot paper, Studio G stamp, ribbon, white puffy paint, Kaisercraft rhinostones.
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
I have decided for this year I am not going to buy new papers, but at the same time I still sneak around to see what yummy materials are coming up this CHA. I hope I can control myself :) I have so much lying around waiting to be used, that I don't have room for more stuff...Supplies: kraft & red cardstock, Jillibean soup papers, Studio G text stamp, prima flower, jewel, rope, digi stamp.
Monday, January 18, 2010
(Edit: in my hurry I forgot to mention this card is based on another great Get Sketchy sketch... oops...) Supplies: white and pink cardstock, October Afternoon Very Merry papers, Fiskars borderpunch, Marianne Design stamp, Melissa Frances rubon, rope
Friday, January 8, 2010
Don't look at how the picture looks here, it real it is straight and in proportion. Have fun scrapping and please leave me a comment (or show the card you created with the stamp, would love to see that.)
Monday, January 4, 2010
Sunday, January 3, 2010
It didn't turn out as I had it planned in my head, and it is a rather basic card. I was inspired by the current weather to create a snowcard. The stamp I used was created by myself, check back next friday if you want it for free. Supplies: White and blue cardstock, Eskimo Kisses paper, Bo Bunny on the dot, ribbon, pins, digistamp, hotfix with hotfix stones, snowflake punch.
Of course I will put up the snowphoto's later.
All the 2 past times we had snow in december is nothing compared to this heap. I think it's about 5 to 7 cm. It's a beautiful sight and I will go outside to enjoy it for sure. But since I have to go to my work by bike tomorrow I am not so happy with it. And the weatherforecast says it we will probably have more snow on coming Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday!