Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The image I was thrilled to play with is called Heels…….Big Bow and as soon as I saw it I thought of the glitz and glamour of the red carpet I coloured the image with prismacolour pencils and odourless mineral spirits, my something glittery from my stash is the red rhinestones and the glitter glue I have had for eons. Most everything on the card but the black glitter cardstock I have had for a long time.
Thanks for stopping by today to have a look at what I have been crafting. Don’t forget to join us at the Clear it Out Challenge Blog and you might win some digis from Bugaboo
Saturday, August 25, 2012
Get to know our Designated Designers all this coming week in Drunken Stamper Style, starting Monday! We’ll be featuring 2 Designers every day leading up to our first challenge of the term, September 1st.
And you’ll want to play in EVERY challenge in September! (Deets to come soon!)
Did I mention that I’m a designated designer? I am so excited to be given the opportunity of showing my “stuff”.
Thanks for the visit today and don’t forget to check out the Drunken Stamper’s Challenge |Blog every day this week, better yet sign up for updates in your in box.
Thursday, August 23, 2012
That’s right…it’s coming…August 25th and we’re all so excited!
An all NEW Drunken Stampers challenge blog!
- more challenges
- more designers
- an all new look!
Don’t be left out and grab our all new Drunken Stampers Challenge Blinky, display it with pride! Be sure to share the news with all your crafty friends!
Here is the link to their blog:
They will be back soon………come check it out and grab the new blinky made by Suzanne….what a talented lady.
Thanks for looking today and don’t forget to check back on Saturday for some BIG news.
Friday, August 17, 2012
Of course not a whole lot of colouring here. Fleur dis Lis rectangle spellbinder was used for the white frame around the image.
Thanks for stopping by and come back again soon there is more crafting going on.
"Some things work, and some things don't. That's why we continually strive for perfection, looking to be even better every day."
Thursday, August 9, 2012
I checked out my endless stash of House Mouse and Happy Hoppers and didn’t have anything suitable so I put my thinking cap on and this is what I came up with.
The stamp is from House Mouse Designs, friend and Monica are the Canadian Flag Bearer, I used the colours of our country, red and white.. The Canadian flog is from the $1.50 basket at Michaels. The images are coloured with prisma pencils and odouless mineral spirits.
Thanks for stopping by today to check out my card for Olympics.
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Since I am a House Mouse addict I chose Mudpie in a scrumptious, marshmallow filled hot chocolate. The stamp is from Stampabilities, but the mice have their own web site. House Mouse.Drop in and see the cute little critters.
I used close to cocoa, night of navy cardstock, I cut with a “Nellie” die, the fancy tag is from spellbinder, As you can see from the picture I am at the cottage and my punches are at home so the sentiment will be added at a later date.
Thanks for coming by today, I hope you enjoyed my favourite little rodent. Remember still time to get in on the challenge at the Drunken Stampers the challenge ends on August 31st/
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
It is Team “A” time with Dude Time Doodles for this weeks challenge at Clear it Out “One for the Boys”, your stash item is two or more patterned papers. Masculine cards are so much harder for me than the cute or frilly feminine ones. The image I choose is “rough night Rodney” he sure looks like he had one too.
The three patterned papers are from a hostess pack from Stampin’up that I received over 5 years ago and I’m still working on it. All the girly colours are gone though. The cardstock and paper are both Night of Navy, the image and layer were cut with the long rectangle spellbinders. Kick back and relax is from Stampabilities.
Thanks for stopping by today and don’t forget to head to the challenge at Clear it Out and show us your masculine themed project……remember to use your patterned paper “stash”.