Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Happy Birthday

 F588 Dandelion Silhouette, D471 Dandelion FlowersD473 Come True
Today's card features an embossing extravaganza!
I embossed the dandelion silhouette with a Medieval Embossing powder.
Then I embossed the flowers with white and red.
The sentiment Come True was also embossed with the Medieval embossing powder as well as the background for the sentiment D473 Come True.



Monday, September 15, 2014

Happy Halloween

Today I have another Halloween card using the adorable MFT PI Image.
I colored her with copics and followed the sketch 193 below:
MFTWSC193

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Sensational Sunday





Welcome to the Loves Rubberstamps weekly Sensational Sunday Blog Hop! The Design Team has created some gorgeous projects for your Inspiration. Check out each link and leave a comment. If you get lost along the way, each stop will have a full list of links. One of the Design Team posts is the hop's Sensational Sunday Sweet Spot and a name will be drawn from that list of comments to be in a monthly drawing for a $20 Loves Rubberstamps Gift Voucher!  We will draw the winner of the Voucher the 1st Sunday of each month! Remember, you have until 8:00 pm CST Saturday to leave your comments!


Now Visit each of the Design Team Ladies to see their amazing projects...leave comments along the way for more chances to be our blog candy winner! 


Laura – Loves Rubberstamps Blog






Blankina

For today's card, I stamped Art Impressions Texting BFFs with Memento Tuexdo black ink unto Xpress It Blending card.
I colored the image with copics.
Then I added some enamel dots for accents.
A spellbinders die frames the focal image.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Happy Fall


It's beginning to feel a lot like Fall...
I played with this new stamp set from Lawn Fawn to create this scene. Here in New Hampshire the leaves have started to turn colors. It really is magnificent time of year. If it wasn't followed by winter.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

You've Been Booed Again!


I absolutely love making Halloween cards. 
This card was no exception. 
I stamped the Great Impressions G379 Spider Web with black craft ink and then heat embossed with a black sparkly embossing powder. 
I added a punched out spider and covered him with Wink of Stella black glitter.
 I stamped the B236 Booed Sentiment and also heat embossed that as well.
 I created the background with distress inks and a sponge dauber.
Our challenge this month is to Get Your Spook On! 
Check out our challenge here.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Great Impressions Halloween Challenge


C455 Halloween Ghost
B236 Booed

Our September challenge at Great Impressions is Get Your Spook On. 

I created my background with Ranger distress inks and a dauber.

I then stamped three of the Halloween Ghosts, colored them with copics and neatly trimmed them out.

I then popped them up on my background.

I stamped "Booed" and embossed it with sparkly black embossing powder.

Check out our challenge blog and join in the spooky fun!!!

Sensational Sunday


Welcome to the Loves Rubberstamps weekly Sensational Sunday Blog Hop! The Design Team has created some gorgeous projects for your Inspiration. Check out each link and leave a comment. If you get lost along the way, each stop will have a full list of links. One of the Design Team posts is the hop's Sensational Sunday Sweet Spot and a name will be drawn from that list of comments to be in a monthly drawing for a $20 Loves Rubberstamps Gift Voucher!  We will draw the winner of the Voucher the 1st Sunday of each month! Remember, you have until 8:00 pm CST Saturday to leave your comments!



Now Visit each of the Design Team Ladies to see their amazing projects...leave comments along the way for more chances to be our blog candy winner! 




Laura – Loves Rubberstamps Blog







For today's card I used the MFT Smart Phone Die with the Friend Request stamp set from MFT.
I created the background using the MFT grid stnecil with embossing paste.
I added some Ranger glassy glaze to the heart and circle.
I created the strips with the MFT horizontal dies. 


I followed the MFT weekly sketch 192 below:

MFTWSC192