Friday, November 26, 2010
Friday, November 19, 2010
I have a quick Christmas project to share with you today using Unity's November Kit of the Month. Yes, I got my kit yesterday and I love it! If you don't have one, head over to Unity and sign up to be a Kit Club member, you will not be disappointed.
Thanks for visiting today,
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Amanda! Who commented on Tuesday's (Nov 9, 2010, Day 2) Post saying, "I love both sets! :)"
Amanda, please contact me and let me know which one of the following stamp sets you would like to have and I'll let Unity know.
1. Margarita Moments
2. Along For The Ride
3. Berry Good Life
4. Grow Yourself Extraordinary
Have a blessed day!
Friday, November 12, 2010
I also have a card in a contest over at Scrapbooks Etc. and I could really use your votes! You can visit the link below to see my Pom Pom Tree Cards and click on "LIKE" to place your vote for it. I really appreciate your support.
Thanks for visiting with me this week. Don't forget to leave a comment because I will be drawing one lucky winner who will get a fabulous Unity Stamp Kit. You can choose one of the following:
Margarita Moments, Along for the Ride, Berry Good Life, or Grow Yourself Extraordinary
Good Luck and have a great weekend!
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Have a Blessed Day!
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Here's two projects I made this week. First up is my non-card project made for the Unity Addicts Challenge UAC25. I have an ever growing collection of Copic markers, love them! So I thought I would make a pen holder to try and contain some of them.
Here's my project for this week's Unity Addicts Challenge, UAC26. The charge is to make a project that reminds you of a favorite Fairy Tale. I chose Peter Pan, which is not technically a Fairy Tale, but a great story nonetheless. I have had these fabulous Unity stamps in my collection for a while and I can not remember if I have ever used them before. However, I felt they were the perfect combo to depict Tinkerbell and her magic.
Thanks for coming by. Don't forget to leave a comment each day this week for your chance to win some wonderful Unity stamps.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
The first one is a little set of gift enclosure cards that are a very simple design that would be appropriate for a man. I love those leaf images from the September Kit of the Month, I have already used them a lot. The box to hold the gift cards is made from a used jewelry gift box with a matching belly band to hold it closed.
No doubt about it, this next gift card set is all girl! The Ooh La La French theme and pink, black and white color scheme makes this the perfect gift for a special woman in your life, such as mom, sister, best friend or favorite aunt. The gift card holder is made from one sheet of double sided 12 x 12 paper folded diagonally to create a pocket in front and back and lined with pink card stock. The set consists of 4 cards with matching envelopes which fit perfectly in the pockets of the holder.
Hope you enjoyed seeing these projects! Don't forget to leave a comment on each post this week to be entered into the prize drawing for some UNITY stamps!
See you tomorrow!
Monday, November 8, 2010
The leaf image I used in the masculine cards below is from the September 2010 KOM. So cute and just in time for the fall season of stamping! I made the grungeboard from a recycled piece of cardboard from some packaging. I dry embossed, distressed the edges and inked it with some distress inks. It's easy and what a great feeling to recycle in this way.
Saturday, November 6, 2010
You can play along with this challenge too, go over to http://www.moxiefabworld.com/2010/11/tuesday-trigger-study-in-blue.html and check it out.
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Here's a couple of holiday cards I made recently. I went a bit non-traditional with this Christmas Card using pink instead of normal Christmas colors.
This Thanksgiving card will go out to someone special in a few weeks. I used Copic markers to color the pumpkin image. Unity has so many fabulous images that are just perfect for coloring with Copics.