Good morning and welcome to this weeks challenge at Make My Monday which this weeks is all about your two
I decided to make a CAS card with my new SU Painted Petals stamp set coloured with American Crafts Stamp Markers. I love this stamp set ... this was a quick and easy card.
One of my favoirite colour combos is Pink and Green.
I needed a quick thank you card ... so continued the theme
I enjoyed playing with this stamp set... as you can tell from below, although I'm not that happy with them, but I'll show you any way.
Thank you for visiting, have a good week
Suzi B xx
I've taken my inspiration from the Less is More 4th birthday celebration challenge which is to use the colours
Pink & Grey. Happy Birthday LIM
I used Dina Wakley heart stamps from Collaged Hearts, stamped with, Versafine: Smokey Gray and Color Box Q: Rosebud. I bought these hearts with the intention of using them in a journal!.... never happened.... one day :-). To add a bit of dimension I added Glossy Accents to the small heart and dropped a pink heart gem into it. My Glossy accent glue is not as clear as it should be, due to the hatpin I use to stop it from clogging up! I read about some one using silicone babies bottle teats on their glue,which sounds like a good idea but I can't find the link! ...
I'm sure lots of you are making Valentine cards at the moment so why not show us your creations. Pop across to MMM to see the lovely inspiration from the design team.
Have a great week..... lets hope it's not quite as cold...especially no more biting winds!
Here's my Design Team piece which will hopefully inspire you to join us.
We would love to see your interpretations.
I perused many of my flower and heart stamps deciding to use the Poppy Heart stamp by IndigoBlu, thinking it would kill two birds with one stamp, ha ha. From that initial thought came the above. My work always evolves and never ends up anything like my first thoughts! I did cut out a couple of poppies from the poppy heart stamp! I used the quote from Chocolate Baroque's lovely Rose Stem Script added onto a heart shape made using a Woodware punch. I also punched out another heart from red card which, can hardly be seen :-) over stamped with a script stamp from Prima, which was also used in the background.
Pop across to the MMM challenge blog to see the lovely inspirational pieces from my fabulous teamies!
I'm late with my DT submission for the Make My Monday challenge which this week has been chosen by the fabulous Fliss. She wants to see:
The tag is waste from practising with die cuts! I have a new machine, an Xcut Express, I love it! up until now I've been a reluctant user of die cutting machines, even though I had two... now I have three! but the Xcut is by far my favourite and easiest to use!
Pink Paislee: spring jubilee
Hot Off the Press: vintage and floral images, batch 5917.
SU: French Foliage
Hot off the press: freebie feather stamp and die
Distress inks: squeezed lemonade.wold honey,scattered straw,salty ocean and tumbled glass.
Martha Stewart; Hydrangea punch.
Twine: which I tried to colour slightly with DI's.... not sure it worked all that well :-(
Hope you can join us in this lovely challenge, it's not too late you have until Saturday evening.
Good morning from a very dark, blustery, wet Cheshire! a perfect day to spend in the craft room. It might mean I manage to get ahead with craft projects instead of always being on the last minute!
The challenge theme this week at Make My Monday is
The image is the waste ink from the flip side of the stencil placed onto thick cartridge paper.
Crafty Products :)
Dream Weaver Tree stencil.
Various spray inks
Sixxix alterations: tiny tabs and tags
The Artistic Stamper: Birds of a Feather: bird and sentiment
Hot Off the Press: birthday sentiment
Ranger Archival Ink: coffee.
American Crafts: Twine.
The stencilled image after being sprayed... I'll be using this on something , some day! :-)
I scribbled some spots and splats to ground the bird but not sure it looks right.
I've now added some water to blend the colours... what do you think?
A quick card to help celebrate Less Is More's 200th challenge. Although I've not had time to join in with the LIM challenge lately, I was there at the beginning ... it is one of my favourite challenges.
The theme this week is appropriately
This card is one I made for my special friend Maureen.... The images are downloads from Cemerony and or Dezinaworld. I cant remember where the Friends stamp came from. It's one of my favourites that I've had since I first started rubber stamping, may have been from QVC. the text stamp is by Stampendous, another favourite. I wanted to use blues because thats her favourite colout but some how it ended up green! but at least it has butterflies... also one of her favourite things.
Hello and welcome. Its my turn to host the challenge at Make My Monday I would like to see your creations in
Black and white with a dash of RED
I love this cat stamp from Katzelkraft.stamped with Versafine, onyx black coloured with Whispers strokes with an added touch of Glimmer Mist.
I can't remember which set of Christmas stamps this little bauble is from... cute though!
The second card is made with one of my favourite La Blanche stamps.
The cheery Father Christmas has been raised up on sticky fixes all jazzed up with Christmas red Stickles. Sentiment on both is from the Penny Black: Wonder set.
I find this idea a quick and easy way to get loads of Christmas cards , or any cards, done and dusted.
See you soon
Suzi B xx
Hello and welcome.. Today its the turn of our leader, Jacqueline to host this weeks Make My Monday challenge with the theme
Now what could be better, especially at Christmas, we all love glitter, well I do :-) on our Christmas cards.
I have two cards to share with you... but I'm sure there will be more!
This is made with Stampers Anonymous: Christmas Time, coloured with Tim Holtz Distress markers:barn door and peeled paint. the greeting is from Penny black: Wonder collection and of course, red and gold glitter. Hope you can see the glitter!
for the second one I used stamps from Holly Bird by Stampendous coloured id the same way with added glitter and Shabby White Frantage.
I quite like this little bird... even though I gave his tail a red stripe! only noticed it when it was uploaded. Its now been coloured out..ish :-)
Today Make My Monday has a lovely challenge theme chosen by our fabulous leader, Jacqueline.
This is a great theme to get me into the Christmas card making role! I think I'll use it as a theme this year, thank you Jacqueline. I have made another card along this theme but I messed it up big style! although I usually display my mistakes not this time! :-)
All stamps: Stampendous : Holly Bird
Water colour painting with Distress Inks
Stickles.Versafine: Onyx Black
As usual I look forward to seeing your creations, have a great day... have a great week!
I printed the backing papers off my computer but i can't remember where I got them. The postcards are from last years 12x12 DP... no stamping, most unusual . I love the little Christmas bells. I'm also in love with sequins at the moment. I frequently used them when I first started making cards.... I have loads!
The team at MMM would love to see your vintage creations pop across to thee challenge blog to see the lovely inspiration provided by my teamies.
I'm pleased that I'm managing to create at least once a week at the moment.... If you could see the chaos in my craft room you'd better understand that statement! I am a very messy crafter but I can hardly move around and every surface is stacked to the rafters so I am struggling to find stuff etc. It is the only room in my home which is not undergoing any alterations so consequently it has become a dumping ground for .. we'll you name it.. But its next on my list for a clear out ( well after the shed! I can hardly get in there iether but the old carpet and underlay that the fitters lifted on friday will be going to the tip today!) I think you get the picture :-).
Good morning and welcome! lovely to see you. It's my turn to host the challenge at Make My Monday, I would like your projects to be inspired by your take on.....
I am pushed for time this morning, (only made this card very late last night) The main images are from Crafty Individuals. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with me if there's anything you have a query about... thank you :-) please visit the MMM challenge blog to see the inspirational projects produced by the DT
Good morning and welcome, thank you for visiting me today. It's Monday and yes you've guessed it's time for another challenge at Make My Monday. It's Joans turn to host the challenge and she would like to see your projects focusing on
I don't have many Halloween stamps etc so it's always a challenge! I had a quick scan of Etsy and found some fabulous halloween type downloads including the tags I used for my project.
This is a pocket guide for all witches and wizards who wish to always be prepared....
This is a concertina type project with the tags adheared to both sides and the little flap decorated with appropriate bits and bobs! :-)
Etsy: Victoria Designs: Apothecary labels.
Tanda stamps background set 2: spiders web
Blockheads paper Arts Victorian Eccenticities: lizard.
Chocolate Baroque: cat, pumpkin and bats.
Paper Artsy Minis: script MN84.
Distress Ink: Walnut stain
Versafine: Onyx black.
Bits and pices from my stash.
In cases of emergency.... smash the glass!! make a wish and all will be granted.... may be?
Hope you can join us with this fabulous challenge, have a spooktackular week.