Thursday, March 4, 2010
Final post for the Stamping Olympics! This card's theme: Season's Greetings.
I used Bo Bunny's paper along with an image from Our Craft Lounge (another fabulous company for images-especially if you like to color). I added some curves to the main image with my Nestabilities die (label #1). The scallop on the bottom was cut with my Quickutz.
Hoping that you are playing along with the stamping Olymics. If not, check out the deatials here.
Moxie Fab has a great contest going on through Monday. Just post a card using the theme Love, Thinking of You, Birthday, Seasons Greeting or Thank You as your jumping block. Post a link to your blog and their link and you are set!
This is my fourth entry. Love is my theme on this card.
I love using the images from Pink Cat Studio! They work well for my student cards as well as my good friends. These images are super fun to color too. In this card, I used papers from Sassafrass along with my Swiss Dot Cuttlebug embossing folder. I also did some punching and die cutting with Quickutz (lace) and Stampin' Up's ticket corner punch.
I colored little Lily and Billy with my Copic markers and added a button with some baker's twine.
Today's post features a card I made for the Moxie Fab Stamping Olympics. This category-Happy Birthday.
I love all kinds of stamps and for this card I created an image using Pink Cat Studios digital images.
Digital is super duper great because you can re-size images and create all sorts of accessories that go along with your card.
The robot is colored with my Copic markers. I combined card stock from Papertrey Ink with patterns from Sassafrass. I love how you can use the main pattern along with the boarders on the barcode area. So stinkin' FRUGAL!
Another card for the Moxie Fab Stamping Olympics! My category of choice today is Thinking of You.
This card utizlizes stamps from Hero Arts, acetate and papers from Basic Grey.
I love how the butterfly dangles with the use of a Tim Holtz pin and jump ring.
Other products used:
Gems: Hero Arts-altered with my Copic markers
Ink: Momento, Distress Ink, Stazon
Ribbon: May Arts