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Thursday, September 08, 2011
You all know I struggle with masculine cards (I think I may have mentioned that before). So, when our lovely boss lady Jak e-mailed me my car I was sent spinning into panic mode. I said to myself, "Self, just do what you do best". That's when I knew this was a girls car!!!! (Lol) I work in a service department and know for a fact that girls do love their cars. I think we all even have our dream cars just like the guys do. Mine is a 1967 Ford Mustang, cherry red, tan leather seats, white wall tires, convertible top optional.
Now, speed on over to Joyce's blog and finish this race!!
Image: Just Inklined - Wacky Wheels Digi Pack Ford Popular Paper: DCWV - Madly In Love Stack, American Crafts - Textured black card stock, Bazzill Basics - Chablis Accessories: Sizzix - Diamond Plate embossing folder, Spellbinders - Labels Eighteen, Celebrate It - Pink/Black checked ribbon
Tuesday, September 06, 2011
Image: Whimsy and Stars - Acorns Pumpkin Teddy
Paper: My Minds Eye - Mabel"Joy" wood grain, The Paper Loft - Orchard, Bazzill Basics - London Fog
Accessories: Spellbinders - Fleur DeLis Squares and Classic squares, EK Success - Rock Fern punch
I used a Hershey bar, but you could really use it for any candy bar. I just like the Hershey bar because it is flat and gives you more surface area. Just punch wholes on each side of one end and run your ribbon through. Insert the candy bar and it pushes the ribbon down with it. Tie your bow and it is ready for gifting. As your giftee pulls the ribbon, it slides the candy bar out of the wrapper. Easy peasy!!
I used a cropped version of Cheryl's Sweet Pea image. The whole image is even cuter that her adorable hat. I just wanted to use the butterfly to match the butterfly paper I picked.
This weeks challenge is sure to be a fun one. I hope to see your cards on the challenge blog. Just make sure you use a Sassy Cheryl image. Gook luck and Happy Crafting!
Image: Sassy Cheryl - Sweet Pea
Paper: Cosmo Cricket - All A Flutter
Accessories: Fiskars - Cloud punch, Sweet Petites - Green/white micro checked ribbon
Monday, September 05, 2011
Me and Jackson at the entrance to Turner Field
Friday, September 02, 2011
Totally Papercrafts Challenge #82 - Not A Card!
This weeks hostess is the sweet and talented Sarah, The Stressed Stamper. She has challenged us to make anything BUT a card. I have been wanting to make one of these corner book marks for a while so I figured now would be a perfect time to try.
I used this sweet little image by Mo Manning, Strawberry Girl. I wish I could have used the whole thing but sometimes there just isn't enough room. Lol
Our very generous sponsors this week are:
with a £10 voucher to spend in store (p+p not included)
with 5 digital images of the winner's choice.
We sure hope to see your entries in the challenge post this week.
Thursday, September 01, 2011
This adorable little witch is called Halloween Girl. My Mom and I designed this card for our Tuesday card class a couple weeks ago. I originally used different papers but changed them out for the sneak peek. I found the tutorial for this center fold step card HERE. I love the dimension you get from the step cards, great for displaying on Holidays and Birthdays.