Saturday, October 31, 2015

Joy to the World - Hero Arts cardmaking challenge - take 2

Hi stampers! 
Happy Halloween! Yep, and I am sharing Christmas card on Halloween...lol. 
But I promised that I will share my second card I made for the Hero Arts cardmaking challenge. For this card I used two Hero Arts sets : Joy to the World and Peace and Joy and 4 Hero Arts shadow inks: bubble gum, lime green, mint julep and red royal , Fairy dust ink from Wplus9. As well I used Hero Arts black ink for the sentiment. 
I first stamped the circles and then the sentiment. To finish it off I added some clear sequins (just to add little bit of "sparkle"). The strip on the right side is from one of the Lawn Fawn petite paper pads. 



Friday, October 30, 2015

Peace and Joy - Hero Arts Cardmaking challenge

Hi stampers!
This is second post for today, so please scroll down for the first one, the Skipping stones design stamp and share challenge.
This time I am playing with the Hero Arts Cardmaking challenge. The challenge it to make a holiday card. So I used My Monthly Hero kit and Peace and Joy stamp set to create my card. The patterned paper is I believe from Me & My Big Ideas (pretty old one) but I thought it went great with the focal point. I made another one for the challenge, but will be posting that one tomorrow ;)


Skipping Stones Design Stamp and Share Challenge


Hi stampers!
Today is the last Friday of the month, so it means it's time for the Skipping Stones Design Monthly challenge. This week we have sketch and inspirational challenge. You can use either one, or use them both. I decided to use them both and paired it up with two of my favorite SSD sets Dandelion dreams and Beautiful Botanicals

The inks I used are from Hero Arts : Tide Pool and Butter Bar, along with Black for the Sentiment. 
Head on over the Skipping Stones Design blog to read more about the challenge and how to participate :)





Thursday, October 29, 2015

Hope you can cling to

Hi stampers! 
I am back with another card today! I created this card for the Hope You Can Cling To over on Splitcoast stampers. My card actually fits into two challenge categories "Hugs" (which is actually as well the name of the stamp by Lili of the Valley) and "I believe in prayers, love and fairy dust". 
I stamped the image on Neenah white card stock and colored it with my Chameleon Pens. Then using some Avery Elle dies I cut the image and then the mat. I layered it onto some Studio Calico patterned paper and on white card base. The sentiment is from Mama Elephant. To finish my card I added some flowers and leaves. 
Enjoy! ;)


Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Chameleon Pens and Lawn Fawn Blog hop

Hi stampers! 
This week Chameleon Pens and Lawn Fawn teamed up together for a week long blog hop. And today it's my turn to share my creations. Here are couple sneak peeks of my projects for the Chameleon Pens Blog. You can head on over there for supplies list and instructions. 

And I have another card to share with you, here on my blog. I used the Toboggan together set and coordinating dies that Lawn Fawn was so gracious to send me, along with Snow Day set and coordinating dies that I own. and Peace, Joy and Love petite paper pad and Stitched Hillside borders dies. I just loved coloring these little guys!


Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Playing with Laminator and Foil :)

Hi stampers,
I have a smile card, actually 2 to share with you today. I jumped on the bandwagon of foiling using a laminator. I downloaded this image from Studio Calico and printed it with my laser printer, then using gold foil and my $20 laminator I applied the foil. I really like the results! 
I die cut 2 hearts from Watermelon Wonder and applied some Clear Pico Embellisher. 

The design is CASE-d from Jennifer McGuire. 
At the bottom of this post you will find the products I used for this card. 



Monday, October 26, 2015

Hey Pumpkin

Hi Stampers! 
Happy Monday! 
Just a quick share today.  I was on the Chameleon blog on Saturday, so here's a peek of my card I shared there. For full supply list and direction head onto the Chameleon Blog.
I will be back on Wednesday with some more eye candy and taking part of the Lawn Fawn and Chameleon pens blog hop. 

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