I create what I like and maybe you do too! There is no right or wrong way, I just do it the way I like!
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Greetings, I hope all is well and I thank you for taking the time to stop by and view my blog. Hope you are inspired by what you see and enjoy your view. Please leave a comment to let me know you were here. Thanks and be blessed!
P.S. All pictures can be clicked on for a larger view. Mary
Hi blogging friends! I created this layout for SOUS challenge #4. Although the sketch was not a difficult sketch to interpret, still I struggled because I couldn't make up my mind how I wanted to interpret it! Needless to say, 8 hours later this is what I came up with. Hope you enjoy viewing it and it inspires you in some way. Please leave me a comment on what you think.
background paper: Provincial Fare by Best Occasion
Tag holders: cut at 5" with Cozy Cabin by Best Occasion
Marquees Mats: cut at 7", 7 1/4", and 7 1/2" with Neutrals by Recollections
Corner filigree: cut at 1 1/2" with Best Occasions black and Heritage by The Paper Company
Tags: Provincial Fare by Best Occasion
Filigree Flower: cut at 2" regular and on blackout
Word "Birthday Girl": cut at 3 1/2" regular and on blackout
Cartridges used: Storybook (filigree, mats, flower, and "birthday girl")
I created this card for the Mojo Sketch 109 challenge. It is part of my christmas card collection. This year they will actually get mailed off.
6.5" x5" card size Recollection cardstock
Scalloped square cut @ 4" with storybook cartridge
Border is for Rob and Bob Studio by Provo Craft
Stamp is a Digital stamp from coloring-book.info
Ribbon is Christmas Circles by Ribbon Trends
Tag is from K&Co. Christmas Cheer
Sprigs are a Martha Stewart punch
Santa hat was stickled as well as the do's around the scalloped square.
All coloring is Sharpie markers Except the silver streaks in Santa's beard.
Hi ladies, looks like I'm getting into to this challenge thing now! I made this card for The Pixie Cottage Challenge. Hope you find it interesting and fun. I had a blast making it. I stickled the fairy's wings with the diamond stickles along with the stars on little and sparkle. The roses got christmas red stickles along with the fairy's shoes. I also stickled her dress filigree in gold. Each top corner got a gold filigree sticker. Hope you enjoy and thanks for looking. Don't forget to leave a comment to let me know what you think.
Card recipe: The card size is 61/2" x 5".
Background paper is by The Paper Studio Black and White collection
The fairy image is a digital stamp from coloring-book.info
The filigree heart is cut @ 4" using Storybook cartridge
The word "A little Sparkle" was cut @ 2 1/2" using Tinkerbell and Friends cartridge
Stickles glitter glue used: Diamond, Gold @ Christmas Red
Corner treatments are Miss Elizabeth's guilded vellum stickers
Red Roses are from my stash.
I did this layout for stuck on u sketch challenge # 3. This is my first time entering a blog challenge and I must say I really enjoyed it! This layout actually changed three times. Every background just was to busy! Anywho, I hope you like it.
Recipe for layout: All cardstock is by Best Occasion (Provincial Fare and Earthtones) collections
The backgroumd is Provincial Fare, The borders were embossed with birds and swirls embossing folder. I don't measure, so I don't know what size they are. The two small birds, flowers, hearts, and swirls were all cut at 2.50" on regular cut then I cut the flowers and heart on shadow cut. I used Home Decor for all cuts except where noted. The large bird was cut at 3" and shadowed. the word "forever" was cut at 1.50". The swirls were cut at 2". Sprigs are a Martha Stewart branch punch. Flowers and hearts are pop dotted for dimension. The white caption for forever is cut with Storybook cartridge at 3.50" (I think, sorry!)
Welcome everyone, My name is Mary and I am a mother of three: Darius 20, Ebony 18, and Kaleel 8. I am married to a wonderful man who is my best friend. I have been scrapbooking for 9 years and just recently got into card making after making about 20 christmas cards and my friends and family thought I had bought them. What an honor it was that they thought my cards looked that good. I hope to inspire someone else though my crafts and I hope you enjoy what you see. Please leave me comments if you wish.