I am sharing a cheerful Christmas Thank you card today. This sweet Humphrey was rubber stamped using a Crafter’s Companion stamp and coloured with Promarkers. The backing paper was free in a home craft magazine and has been finished off with jewels in the centre of somesnowflakes.
For my second All That Jazz challenge post I have made a CAS card using the grand piano and added my own sentiment. Perfect for the piano teacher!
I have had Craft Artist 2 for some time now but I am learning to do different things every time I use it.To get this effct of the border, I used to layer 2 squares but today I discovered that it is far easier to use just one square and make a thick boder around the shape!
I am very pleased with this card I have made for my sister to give my bridesmaid daughter when she gets married tomorrow. The wedding theme is pink and brown and The beautiful digi stamp from A Day For Daisies was chosen because of the Roses – both my daughter and sister are June birthdays and they are the wedding flower.
ProMarker colours used are: Dress: Pale Pink, Muted Pink; Roses: Salmon Pink, Pastel Pink, Tea Rose (plus Graph it blender); Leaves: Cinnamon, Tan, Sunkissed Pink; Hair: Walnut, Cinnamon, Mustard, Ginger; Skin: Coral, Blush, Satin.
This is the time of year when children thank their teachers – but what about music teachers? I have made this card today for The Cheerful Stamp Pad, using a digistamp and backing papers from SentimentabaSusan – available at the Stitchy bear outlet. I have used stash from Kanabn’s McKenzie and Stampunk ranges to collate the card and the beautiful acetate overlay is from Hunkydory.
Today’s DT card is for the new Creative Moments challenge – use twine. I have usaed a card from Angies digi stamps, who is sponsoring this latest challenge. The card blank and sentiment came from a Dawn Bibby collection and the super-sprkly jewels are from Papermania. The twine and flower charm are from my stash.
And to all the beasts of the earth and all the birds in the sky and all the creatures that move along the ground—everything that has the breath of life in it—I give every green plant for food.” And it was so.
Here is another card made with Hunkydory stash today. It is really simpled with die-cut pieces arranged onto a layered piece of decorated card stock.