Saturday, February 27, 2010

Asian Cards

Here are a few cards using the asian images I posted on Clearly Vintage a few weeks ago and some Cuttlebug embossing folders.

Monday, February 15, 2010

I've Been Tagged

There is a great challenge over at Digital Two for Tuesday to use a little image of a girl in a tag. I rarely get a chance to actually photograph my projects anymore. I got a new camera and for some reason my computer is not recognizing the SD card. So I have to do all kinds of complicated things to get the photos off the card. Well yesterday I had a chance to make the tag and photograph it but didn't have the chance to put it on the computer until this morning. So here is my entry to the tag challenge. She certainly is a cutie. The background is a Cuttlebug folder. I lightly sponges the embossing with Distress Ink to empasize the embossing. The sentiment stamp is Studio G and the rose stamp is a Clearly Vintage from a special limited edition set. The buttons are vintage.

Let's be Friends

Here is my entry for Digital Two for Tuesday this week. I have used the friends image and the technique that Esther the guest hostess described for creating lace using a border punch and a crimper.

I used two Martha Stewart around the page punches to create the frames and a Cuttlebug embossing folder for the background. I colored the image with Copic markers.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Valentine for My Valentine

This is a valentine I cut out on my wishblade. The file is by Elisabeth Eder and the card layout is .

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The First Page

Awhile back I got a Moleskine sketch book with every intention of altering a page each week. I started the first page and then it sat for two months. I finally finished the first page this week. I have used two images from the Digital Two for Tuesday challenge this week and one of my favorite cabinet cards from Clearly Vintage. The background in a stamp from Studio 490. I used Distress Paint daubers. The little corner was embossed with a Cuttlebug folder.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

It's a Tag, It's a Card

Here is a card I made using a tag I made experimenting with a few of my embossing folders and an image from Clearly Vintage. I sponged the tag with Distress Inks and then covered it with Rock Candy Crackle Paint from Ranger. I two small inchie images are from this week's Digital Two for Tuesday. I then glued it to another embossed background letting just a little bit peak out the edges.