Sunday, October 25, 2009
For this card I used Paper Doll Dress Up for the bat. The scallop circle is from Winter Woodland. George and Basic Shapes for the circle. The drippy goo I cut using the SCAL program. The bat was cut at 1 inch real dial size. The scallop circle is cut at 3 inches and the green circle was cut at 2 1/2 inches. I cut a shadow piece for the scallop. This is the blackout shape for the snowflake cut. The candy corn is a rubber stamp that I colored in and cut out. the Happy Halloween is a studio G stamp. The drippy goo is from SCAL and is cut regular and shadow. I inked the edges and went over the stamped image with a purple glitter gel pen. Enjoy!
Monday, October 19, 2009
I used the new Winter Woodland Cartridge for this card. The background paper is from a Martha Stewart Paper Pack. The paper on the top edge was trimmed with the Threading Water border punch by Fiskars. The branch and the bird were cut at 2 inches from the Winter Woodland Cartridge. I cut the branch in brown cardstock and inked the edges. I cut the layers for the branch 2 times and used pop dots on the leaves. I also inked the edges and drew lines on the leaves. The bird was cut with yellow cardstock and the layers were cut with 2 different reds. I also pop dotted the layers and inked the edges. I used a dimensional white paint on the leaves and branch to give a snow look. Enjoy!
Thursday, October 15, 2009
For this card I used a standard card and folded the front panel in half. I used scraps of paper from a thanksgiving paper pack from "Me and My Big Ideas". The inside paper I used my Fiskars border punch. I inked the edges of all the paper. The cake is from A Child's Year cartridge cut at 2 and 3/4 inches. I used Design Studio to lay out the pieces on my mat so I could use little scrapes of paper. I cut the candle out with green, the flame out with yellow, the cake out of brown, and the icing out with white. The mat that the cake is on is 3 x 3 inches. Enjoy!
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
For this card I used design studio, George and Basic Shapes and Paper Pups Cartridge. I made the card using george and welding two squares together. A solid and an outline square. In the square I welded the witch pup to the sides of the square. Then I welded the word Boo! to the square in shadow cut. I then used the "hide" button to hide the insides of the word so it came out solid. Then I made the layers on another mat and cut everything out in the different colors. I cut the card out in black. I cut the word out in orange. I cut the pup out in polka dot paper and cut the hat off to show the black. I cut the outline in brown.I tied ribbon around the side of the card. I used orange stickles on the Boo. Cinamon Stickles on the broom. Used a google eye on the pup. Inside the card I stamped some spiders that look like they are hanging from the broom and top of card. Enjoy!
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
This card is 5 1/2 by 4 1/4 It is made using Paper Doll Dress Upand Wild Card Cartridge. The spider web was cut at 4 inches and the spider was cut at 3 1/2 inches using PDDU. The Happy Halloween was cut with Wild Card Cartridge at 5 1/4 inches. The background paper was computer generated. I used a glitter pen on the black dots. Inked the background paper with black ink. Went over the detail on the spider with a white gel pen and also over the phrase. Enjoy!
Saturday, October 3, 2009
Here is a card made using accent essentials for the spirelli cut cut at 2 inches. I used varigated floss and I put an acorn charm in the middle. The brown paper strip is a scrap and I used the fiskars border punch on both sides. The background paper is also a scrap. I used green moss to ink the edges of the background paper. Can be used for Birthday, Thanksgiving or any other fall related card giving oppurtunity. Enjoy!
Thursday, October 1, 2009
I was looking at blogs today and came across Capadia Designs blog and saw her spirelli designs. She posted she used Accent Essentials. I used design 6 since you don't have todo anything to it. She has others but you need design studio for them. I tried this at 2 inches. I used varigated floss and really like the way it turned out. The rest of the card I used Stretch Your Imagination for the leaves cut at 2 inches. The turkey is also from that cartridge cut at 1 1/4 inches. The paper is scrapes left on my table. I used Fiskars border punch. I used gold shiny paper for the turkey and leaves. I wanted a spirelli punch for ages and have never been able to find one. Now I'm glad I didn't find one. This has so many possibilities with changing sizes. Can't wait to try more. Enjoy!