Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Our new neighborhood is wonderful because we have so many children living here. Another little neighbor boy turned 3 this past weekend and this was the card I made for him.
Stamps: Lots of Bots
Paper: Whisper White, Tempting Turquoise, Summer Sun, Brushed Silver
Ink: Basic Black
Sunday, September 27, 2009
One of the neighborhood babies had his first birthday this past week. His mom had a little pizza party for him. This is the card that I made to go with his gift.
Most of the items used on this card are retired, but I liked the color combination for a little boy's birthday card.
Paper: Bali Breeze DSP(retired), Whisper White card stock, Tempting Turquoise card stock, Old Olive card stock, Pumpkin Pie card stock and Purely Pomegranate(retired)
Ink: Tempting Turquoise
Accessories: Whimsy wheel with white craft ink cartridge, Simon On Board Chipboard(retired), large star punch, 1-1/4 " circle punch, Kiwi Kiss striped grosgrain ribbon(retired)
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
If you ever get stampers block you should definitely check out this site
Every Monday they provide a new sketch for inspiration. I am sure this isn't a new site to some of you but I just discovered it and I am hoping to play along each week.
Stamp Set: Eastern Blooms
Ink: Sahara Sand Classic
Paper: Whisper White, Pretty in Pink, Basic Black and Sahara Sand
Accessories: Pretty in Pink Stampin' Write marker, dimensionals, black grosgrain ribbon and 1- 1/4" circle punch
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
I made this card for my step mom's birthday earlier this month, but I just never got the chance to post it.
Stamp Set: Wings of Friendship(hostess)
Ink: Rose Red, Always Artichoke, and Bashful Blue Classic Stampin' pads
Paper: Whisper White, Rose Red and Always Artichoke
Accessories: Vanilla Hodgepodge Hardware, dimensionals
To make the "ribbon" behind the vanilla hodgepodge piece I used a bone folder and ran it along the backside of the paper several times(like you are making curls at the end of ribbon on a package) Flip the paper and do the same on the other side. You really want to break down the paper fibers. You should be able to pull the paper apart. You should get 2 pieces of "ribbon". It looks like suede
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
In honor of the second day of school I present my chalkboard technique card
Stamp set: Razzle Dazzle
Paper: Whisper White, Summer Sun and Basic Black
Ink: Craft White and Summer Sun Classic
Accessories: Stampin' Pastels, Eyelet border punch, black grosgrain ribbon, rhinestone brad
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Today my oldest baby started high school. How on earth is that even possible? I think this day hit me harder than his first day of kindergarten!
I am hoping that both boys have a good day navigating new schools. I am also hoping that a few familiar faces from the neighborhood will be in some of their classes to make the day go a little easier. I know that school is never fun(at least they would never admit that it is), but I hope that they will get back into the routine and have a great year! Now I am off to play with the little one who is very bored without her brothers!
Posted by stampsndeidre at 10:02 AM
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
My step-sister-in-law is having a birthday today. I am hoping that this card made it to her. I know I stamped the card, put it in an envelope and put a stamp on it. I am just not 100% sure that it made it to the mailbox! I guess I will have to send her the link if she didn't get it to prove that I didn't forget about her! Have you ever done anything like that? How embarrassing!
Stamp Set: Crazy For Cupcakes
Ink: Chocolate Chip Classic, Close to Cocoa Classic, Rose Red Classic, Rose Romance Classic
Paper: Naturals Ivory, Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Rose Red Designer Series(Hostess, retired) and Rose Red
Accessories: Blender pen, Scallop Edge punch and Chunky Sprinkles Glitter