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Monday, November 30, 2009

sunflowers

I L O V E sunflowers!!!!
When I saw that Kitchen Sink Stamps released two sunflowers set, I ordered them straight away!
I have sent some cards to a friend of mine for her birthday.
I have decided to decorate the clear envelope I used with this beautiful giant sunflower.
I distressed the ivory cardstock with Antique Linen and Tea Dye Distress Inks




SUPPLIES
Stamps: Giant Sunflower (Kitchen Sink Stamps), In Bloom (Papertrey)
Inks: Memento Inks (for the leaves and ladybug), for the sunflower I used PTI Palette Inks (Lemon tart, summer sunrise, Melon Berry).
Accessories: Nestabilities (labels 8)

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

My first Thanksgiving card

I have made my first Thanksgiving card with Multi-step Kitchen Sink Stamps.

I have used Multi-step Harvest set, it is great to create scenes and very easy to stamp. I love the fonts used for the sentiments.


The background grid has been stamped with Versamark Dazzle Champagne on Gina K Sweetcorn cardstock. For the grid I used the Off Beat Backgrounds set from Waltzingmouse Stamps.

SUPPLIES

Stamps: Multi-step Harvest (Kitchen Sink Stamps), Off Beat Backgrounds (Waltzingmouse Stamps)

Ink: I have used only Tsukineko Inks (Memento, Versafine, Versamark)

Accessories: Nestabilities (label 8), Gina K Sweetcorn cardstock, dimension dots for a 3-d effect.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Orange and blue flowers


For this card I used 3 of my favourites Papertrey sets. I like how elegant this card is.

I made a few cards with the same sketch. This colour combo is one of my favourites!
I coloured the flower with Copic Marker on Gina K Luxury cardstock.



SUPPLIES

Stamps: Damask Designs, Text Style, Friends till the end (All PTI)

Ink: Ocean Tides, Aqua mist (PTI), Tuxedo Black (Memento)

Accessories: Vintage cream cardstock (PTI), bazzil cardstock, Copic Markers, heart-shaped rhinestones, nestabilities, Martha Stewart border punch, Gina K white cardstock (great for Copics)
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Monday, November 9, 2009

More pumpkins

More pumpkins!!!
I used the same sketch as before (see this post).

The background stamps are from Waltzingmouse Stamps. I Love the Off Beat Backgrounds released by Claire, at Waltzingmouse Stamps.

I used Memento inks because they have a very good coverage, and I distressed the images with Distress Inks.






SUPPLIES
Stamps: Multi-step Pumpkins (Kitchen Sink Stamps), Off Beat Backgrounds (Waltzingmouse Stamps)
Inks: Memento and Distress Inks
Accessories: Nestabilities, satin and cotton ribbon

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Baby card

I love how this baby girl card turned out. I have used only two colours: pink and white.

The polka dots background has been heat embossed with clear embossing powder.
The pink star has been embossed with clear embossing powder and glitter.



SUPPLIES

Stamps: Polka Dots, Everyday Classics (both from Papertrey)

Ink: Versamark dazzle frost, Pearlscent orchid (Brilliance)

Accessories: satin ribbon, nestabilities, cuttlebug, pink and white cardstock, clear embossing powder.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Daisies and Flower Soft

I had not stamped these daisies for ages. They are perfect to be used with Copics and Flower soft.
The center of the 3 daisies is covered with 3 different colours of Flower soft.




Supplies

Stamps: In the meadow (Lizzie Anne designs), the leaves are from "In bloom" (Papertrey), the background has been stamped with "Scratched Grid Backgrounder" (Cornish Heritage Farms).

Inks: Memento (tuxedo black and rose bud)

Accessories: Copic Marker, Martha Stewart border punch, nestabilities, flower soft, corner punch (Lace - Fiskars), half-pearls.