Monday, November 29, 2010

Birthday Card for Paula-Kay

I had to wait to post this until after she received her card.  The stamp is Sunflowers T-3292 from The Angel Company and colored with Copic Markers.  The white dots on the pitcher are done with a  white Glaze Gelly Pen.  The white cardstock is cut using Spellbinders Nestabilities Label 10.  The yellow background paper is from the Miss Moxie Soar With It Collection, also from The Angel Company.  Birthday Blessings, is from Love You TB-3362 a Level B Hostess Set.

Tomorrow I hope to finish my Christmas cards so I can get them off in the mail!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Where did the time go?

Wow, sorry I haven't posted in so long! Mostly I've been stamping. However, to catch up a bit, here is Pat's (my DH) Birthday card from back in October.
The Mickey and the Mickey Hat were cut on the Cricut from the Mickey & Friends cartridge.  The mountains are from The Angel Company stamp set Going Places.  The wire is supposed to be the roller coaster Expedition Everest at Disney's Animal Kingdom which is where we went for Pat's birthday.

This card is for my girlfriend Karen's birthday.  Again, this was cut on using Mickey & Friends.  She loves Minnie Mouse and roses.  The card front is just Minnie Mouse.  The white you see around it is the back of the card and the sentiment is below Minnie.

These are Gift Cans that I made last year for a craft sale.  I sold some, but these were left overs.  They are great for those odd shaped things.

The Snowmen are from the limited Snow Friends cartridge from 2009.  The extra Snowmen allowed the user to choose which one they wanted to put on their can.  The can is a cappuccino can that I covered with white cardstock after it had been run through my Sizzix machine with a snowflake embossing folder.  The snow mountains around the bottom is using cardstock that has been torn.  The stickers are miscellaneous ones I had around here.

Here is a larger can that I did using a Soy Protein mix can.  I cut the Gingerbread Boy from Stretch Your Imagination and the candies from Christmas Cheer. 

These are using Crystal Light containers. I covered them with patterned cardstock from a discontinued set from The Angel Company. The tags are also from that set.  These snowmen are from Christmas Cheer.

I am going to be posting more Christmas items soon.  Stay tuned!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Happpy Thanksgiving

This card was done using Our Daily Bread stamps for their ODBDSLC38 Holiday Card Challenge.  The design is colored with Copic Markers and then it was cut using Spellbinders Nestibility Labels Ten and the orange cardstock is embossed with a Quickcutz Embossing Folder.