Wednesday, September 19, 2012

S & S Midweek Challenge

Here's a color challenge---use red and green on a card! No problem. These are traditional Christmas colors, but I made a Birthday card. The card will also be entered into the Shopping Our Stash Challenge 69: Emboss it!

DP: Double-sided "Mairzy Doats - Snappy Stripe" by Dream Street Papers
Red CS: Bazzill

Sentiment Stamp: Stampourri!
Dots Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug

Thursday, September 13, 2012

S & S Midweek Challenge

This week, we OWH'ers are challenged to create Patriotic cards. Probably an easy challenge for most of us! This card will also be entered into the Shopping Our Stash 3, 2, 1 Challenge 68.
I used 3 patterned papers (Party in the USA collection by Reminisce), 2 red blings by Mark Richards, and 1 pre-colored flag digital stamp (and sentiment) by Doodle Pantry. The five-star corner punch is by Family Treasures. At the Del Mar Scrapbook Expo last spring I scored ten punches for $1. Yes, that's right. Each punch cost just 10 cents!!
Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

S & S Midweek Challenge

Here is a simple kid's card with scallops. Another fun challenge using DP from my stash (hubby picked this one out) and Bazzill CS. The "Hug Monster" sentiment is a digital stamp and I cannot locate the source ;(

Monday, September 3, 2012

Doodle Pantry Digital Challenge 27

Doodle Pantry has a challenge monthly beginning on the first day of the month. The DPDC27  is to use a Doodle Pantry image (not just a sentiment) on a card. And everyone who enters is a winner of the free image of the month! Since I love their images and have collected quite a few, this challenge is fun for me. Today I've chosen my current most favorite image of these adorable ants celebrating Halloween. The patterned paper is from my stash, cardstock is Bazzill, and the yellow circles are Candi by Craftwork Cards.

OWH Sketch # 136

Here's a Labor Day celebration of America the Beautiful using the latest sketch from Operation Write Home. The DP is by Reminisce and the star stickers were given to me by my daughter-in-law's Mom. There is no manufacturer's name on the packaging (!), but they are distributed by WalMart. The sentiment is by A Muse Art Stamps.

As you can see, I turned the sketch sideways and changed the measurements. I was so happy to discover the stickers match the
colors of the DP I have had for awhile :)