Monday, November 26, 2012

Blog Candy

Louise has some great candy...go and check it out.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Stitched Hearts

I've been thinking about this for ages, and finally dug out my sewing machine. I'm working on a quilt mainly.  But.....I've also been itching to try to stitch on a card.

I cut out three different colors of cardstock, and am trying to match the colors for this week's Play Date Cafe Challenge. I used my spellbinders set of small hearts and used the two smallest ones. I randomly set the hearts on the card and then stitched through the centre of the patch of hearts.

I don't usually put sentiments on my cards as I like to be able to use them for whatever occasion arises.  I definitely will be using my sewing machine more on my cards.  I think that sewing on cards has just become my favorite technique!

Thanks for looking!


Challenges for this card:

CAS-ual Fridays CFC74 (hearts)
Simon Says Stamp and Show
Play Date Cafe

A Little Sparkle is a Good Thing

I've chosen to try out the challenge at CAS-ual Fridays.  This week it's hearts.   Here is one of my entries:

I was inspired by a card posted on The Classroom and decided to try out that idea myself.  I cut three hearts out of sparkly paper (you can never have enough of that stuff!) .  The I cut out and embossed the same hearts on the white background paper.  I added some purple as an accent color and pop dotted the pink sparkly hearts on the card front.

It's definitely a simple card, but I like it's elements.  If you haven't checked out the card I cased, please do so.  Cristina has done an amazing job on hers.

Challenges for this card:

CAS-ual Fridays CFC74 --hearts
Cute Card Thursday--glitter
Simon Says Stamp and Show--favorite--a CAS card
Creative Inspirations

Sunday, October 7, 2012


Want to win over $200 in products from My Favorite Things?  Isn't that amazing?  

It's time for the Guest Designer challenge at My Favorite Things.  It's a sketch challenge this month.  If you've never checked out this challenge before, click here to check it out.   The competition is stiff, as usual.  The contest is a great way to gain inspiration and to learn something new.

MFT stamps and products are one of my favorites, and definitely 'go-to' items. The quality of their stamps is amazing and their dies? die for!

Today I've chosen to use one of the Pure Innocence stamp called Violin Girl. Isn't she a darling?  Pure Innocence is definitely a great line of stamps, and there is usually a stamp for every occasion.  I definitely recommend a good browse through those stamps.

I paper pieced her dress too!  I totally love how paper piecing just jazzes it all up, don't you?  She's colored with copics.   I've also used a die from MFT as well.  Actually, I've used more than one.  I've used the solid bracket border die for that cute little shaped piece near the bottom of the card.  I've also used the botanical beauty dies for those gorgeous flowers!  I just love how the flowers fit so nicely together.

I must say, though, that the dies are excellent. They always produce a really sharp line and are so handy to pull out to add a finishing touch to a card or whatever project you are working on.  If you haven't done so already, I highly recommend checking them out.  My Favorite Things has over 80 dies! Isn't that awesome?  I think so.

One other thing that I really like about MFT's acrylic stamps is that you can cut them apart to stamp the words in whatever way you like,  I did this on my card.  Originally the words were in two lines, and I knew that wouldn't work for my card.  I did love the sentiment, so I cut it apart, placed it on my block, and stamped!  Voila!  A perfectly fitting sentiment, just as I'd imagined it.  The pieces are easily put back on the acrylic folder that the stamp came in, so it's ready to use another time.

I hope you like my entry.  It's Thanksgiving here in Canada, so I'll wish each and every one of you a Happy Thanksgiving.  It's a great reminder for us to be grateful for all life has brought us, and to spend time with family.


Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Please read this awesome post

over at Suzi Blu's blog.  Wow!  She's amazing.  I challenge you to volunteer and help out those in need, especially women.  Are you with me?

Hopeful....Inspired......and Thinking about what I can do......Janet

Sunday, September 23, 2012

A Soft Heart

I'm taking Christy Tomlinson's Pumpkins and Cider workshop.  So far it's been full of a ton of cool techniques and information. I'm really loving it.  Halloween is not a terribly big holiday for me, so I'm focusing on the techniques mostly, but I might make something for fall next week.  Hoot Hoot (hint hint)

I'm really looking forward to Christy's Winter Whimsy Workshop.  I'm itching to create some holiday artwork.

Thanks for stopping by.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

A Sweet Celebration

Here is my last entry for the 5 year Birthday celebration at Flourishes.  I stamped this image with momento ink and then colored it with copics.  Tada!

Challenges for this card:
Flourishes 5th Birthday Celebration--sweet

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Happy Birthday!

or merry christmas, or just happy present day.  I've created another CAS card, using a banner and one of the stamps from a Christmas set at Flourishes.  Here it is:

I usually like to make cards that can be used for a variety of situations, and I think this one fits the bill.  I didn't even use copics on it, which is a  big deal for me.

I'm off to brunch with friends--that's such a nice way to start the day. I hope you have a terrific one!

Challenge for this card:
Flourishes--It's A Banner of a Day

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Merry Christmas

Another CAS card.  Can you believe that I've got a good stash of Christmas cards?  Such a nice feeling. I'm glad I took out this Flourishes set this weekend and inked it up.  I also decided to use some non-traditional colors as well.

Hope you like it. Janet

Challenges for this card:

Flourishes 5th Anniversary--colorful celebration
Simon Says stamp and Show--anything goes
Whoopsi Daisy--use a sentiment
Cupcake Inspiration

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Spotlight a CAS card

I've been tackling some CAS cards and here is another one:

I've used the zinnia stamp set from Flourishes.  I find it a really versatile card.  I also like to make most of my cards without a sentiment on them. That way, I can use them for any occasion. 

I decided to spotlight the image, so I stamped it twice on copic paper. I colored one image and then used my circle punch to punch out one portion of it.  I added a foam dot the back of the circle and adhered it to my card to match the image below.  I also added some stickles to the centre of each flower. The picture really doesn't do that part any justice though.  It does really sparkle.

On a side note, I just found out that John McDermott will be in Winnipeg on August 31st at The Forks, performing with the symphony. I'd really like to go. I just love his voice.

Challenges for this card:

Stampotique Designers Challenge--one layer 
Flourishes Anniversary Challenge--add some sprinkles
Simon Says Stamp and Show--anything goes
No Matter Which Challenges
The Sisterhood of Challenges

Monday, August 20, 2012

It's all about Kraft!

I'm in love with Kraft paper this week. I created another card, using some stamps from Flourishes. Here it is:

I believe I used the Zinnia stamp set. I also used some MFT dies and sponged the edges with SU chocolate chip ink.  Lastly, I added some pearls, ribbon and twine.

I hope you like it and have a happy Monday.


Challenges for this card:

Flourishes Timeless Tuesday
Wags and Whiskers Challenge (my fav is Kraft!)
The Cutie Pie Challenge--borders and frames

Saturday, August 18, 2012

A Krafty Day

I was really inspired by the cards Julia Stainton has up at The Classroom.   Here`s one I made today.

I`ve used only dies from My Favorite Things today.  I think I have used four in this card:  Mix and Match Banner dies, Mini Tabs Foursome die, Chevron Stripes die, and lastly the Botanical Beauty die.  I`ve always loved the dies from MFT. They work so easily and can work on both scrapbook layouts and cards.

The stamp is also from My Favorite Things. I believe it was from a triple scoop set I got a while ago.

All the cardstock is kraft paper and the papers that I used for the flower was from an old book that I got at a local thrift store.  I used white ink for the sentiment as well as to sponge around the edges.

I`m entering this card into the My Favorite Things challenge.  The winner is lucky enough to be a guest designer for MFT for the month of Sept!  I think that`s really exciting and a top notch prize. If you`re interested, you can get all the details here.  Why not whip up a card yourself and join in.

Oh yah, since I`m entering this card in the Scrapbookers Paradise challenge, I need to mention that I`m not near any of their stores. However, I was lucky enough to visit 2 in Calgary a while ago.  Great sure to check them out.

Challenges for this card:

MFT Guest Designer Challenge for September
Timeless Tuesday at Flourishes
My Mums Craft Shop
Scrapbookers Paradise Challenge

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Blog Candy

Ingrid is having a huge giveaway on her blog. Pop over if you'd like a chance to win.

Thursday, July 19, 2012


I wanted to do a monochromatic card and decided on using only blue cardstock.  I chose the Blessed Mouse stamp from My Favorite Things.  I think it's a cute image, and I love the sentiments that come with it.  My mouse is colored with copics---no sparkle or embellishments on this card, which is quite unusual for me.

I did use a variety of Die-namics on this card.  They are all available at the My Favorite Things store I used these ones:

Rolled Mum
Monarch Border
Chevron Stripes
Mini Tabs Foursome

I really like their dies.  They are so easy to work with and they always cut clean edges.  Their stamps are also excellent.  I always get a nice clean stamped image.  My favorite stamps are from MFT--in case you couldn't tell.  LOL

Did you know that My Favorite Things are having a Guest Designer contest?  The winner gets to be the Guest Designer for August.  Be sure to check out this post for all the details.  Don't forget to take a look at all the entries, as they are usually awesome.

Lastly, I inked the edges of all the cardstock with broken china distress ink from Tim Holtz.  Then I embossed each piece of cardstock using a different cuttlebug folder, to add texture to the card.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

Challenges for this card:

MFT August Guest Designer

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Louise has a great giveaway at her blog. Pop over to check it out:

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

You bring me sunshine

It's a sunburst kind of day. I'm looking forward to a sunny and happy day today.  I'm off to the hair salon and a new do always makes a girl feel better. 

I've used one of my new PTI stamp and die sets.  I've used Free Bird paper from Authentique--don't ya love the colors?! 

Another CAS card.........I'm on a roll again. Hope your day is a great one!


Challenges for this card:

CAS-ual Friday CFC61

Sunday, July 15, 2012


My apologies for the poor picture. Today is a gray, drizzly day so the lighting is poor, and I can't access my fav program for editing. 

I've used stamps from Paper Smooches today.  I love this owl.  Isn't he cute?!  I also have been into my washi tape this weekend, and here's one that is full of all of the washi tape I have.  LOL

It was Ken's birthday yesterday and we went out to see Brave.  I highly recommend it.  What a great movie.  Totally reminded me of Scotland and my grandparents....I really miss them and Scotland.

Thanks for stopping by.

Challenges for this card:
Paper Smooches GDT for August
4 Crafty Chicks--stripes
CAS-ual Fridays CFC61

Friday, July 13, 2012

She designed a world she loved

I truly love the `She` sayings. I find them very uplifting and meaningful. I`ve used one today that comes from Unity Stamps.  Be sure to check out the Itty Bitty sale at Unity too.  It`s a simple, CAS card, which is nice for a change.  I hope you like it.


Challenges for this card:
CAS-ual Fridays  CFC61

The Triple Play

I'm really drawn to bright colors, and I know that my garden inspires that in me. These pink papers are from Amy Tangerine and I've used three of the patterned papers in this card.  The image is colored with copics and I've added some lace, ribbon and rhinestones as embellishments.

I'm entering this card in the Triple Play challenge over at Flourishees. To qualify I've used groupings of three rhinestones, three patterned and three plain papers. 

For extra interest I spotlighted this image as well.  That was fun!

See you later!

Bold and Bright

It's been hot and sunny here and the flowers are blooming like crazy. Those gorgeous flowers inspired my bold and bright card.  I used the gerbera daisy image from Flourishes and colored it with copics.  I added some bright yellow ribbon and used some spellbinder dies to cut out the shapes.

There's nothing better to perk up a day, than bright gerberas!  Have you been checking out the sneak peeks at Flourishes? It's their release week and there are gorgeous stamps for the taking....hop on over and see what the design team has been creating....totally awesome!

Challenges for this card:
Flourishes Bold and Beautiful Challenge

Happy friday! Janet

Saturday, June 30, 2012

Thanks A Bunch!

I just love stamps from My Favorite Things. Their stamps are excellently produced so the images are always crisp and clear.  They are also tons of fun to color.  Here's one I worked on this weekend:

I wanted to try a clean and simple card and I have been dying to try out my first set of washi tape.  I embossed a rectangle around the edge of the card front and then added strips of washi tape.  I got this tape at Scrapbookers Anonymous--pop on by and say hi to Marilyn for me. 

I stamped this gorgeous image on X-Press It paper using momento ink and colored with copics.  I used my spellbinders dies to frame the image and used the Mix and Match Banner dies from My Favorite Things.  Have you ever tried their die-namics?  They are great, so try them out for yourself.

That's it for me this weekend. I'm off to Mom's to help set up her living room after some unexpected renovations.  I'm looking forward to seeing how the reno's turned out.  Happy Long Weekend!

Challenges for this card:

MFT July Guest Designer Contest
Cute card thursday--thanks for patriotism
CASual Fridays

Chevron Magic

I've been tossing this idea around for a while now. I wanted to use chevrons for the background of my card, but my original idea was to try to emboss the chevrons.  Well, that didn't work out, so I thought some more and came up with this card:

I really like how it turned out.  I took some pictures as I was working on the card, so I can explain how I did it.

I used the mini chevron die from My Favorite Things.  I cut out quite a few of the chevrons and made a small template for myself.  Here's a picture of it:

I glued each strip to a scrap piece of paper, so that they would hold in place.  Then I slipped my piece of white cardstock underneath and began to ink the cardstock.  I used 3 TH distress inks.  Here's what the background piece looked after inking:

Then I sprayed it with iridescent gold glimmer mist to give it a bit of a sparkle.  Next I finished the card. I colored the MFT stamp called Blessed Mouse with my copics.  I also used another set of die-namics from MFT called mini wavy pennants.  Add a little bit of twine and some rhinestones, and.......Voila!

Thanks for stopping by.

Challenges for this card:

MFT July Guest Designer Challenge
Raise the Bar challenge #107
PaperPlaytime #77
Crafting when we can challenge #21

Friday, June 15, 2012

Letters, letters and more letters

I created this canvas and I wanted to use al the leftovers letters and flowers that I had laying around. It was an exercise in using up my stash, and I think it was effective.  I had seen something similar, but I can't seem to find the original creator. If anyone knows who that might be, please let me know so I can give credit.

I hope you like it as much as I do.

Challenges for this creation:

Flourishes Art and Letters Challenge
Inspire Me Fridays
Wild Orchid Challenge #52
The Play Date Cafe
Simon Says Stamp  Summer Joys 
Truly Scrumptious--flower power
The Stampman Challenge
Pile It On--outdoors
The Shabby Tea Room

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Hugs to You!

Here is another attempt for the My Favorite Things June Guest Designer challenge.  I tried to create a slightly shabby card, so I inked the edges of the papers with TH distress ink (forest green I think).  I also crumpled up each layer of the flowers before adhering it to my card.   I used MFT products for all the die buts and you can find them here.  The image was colored with copics.

I really have to say that I'm lovinmg all the MFT products I have so far.  The stamps are of great quality, and the dies are sharp and produce a nicely cut edge.  If you haven't checked out MFT products, I really urge you to do so. You'll be very happy if you do.  By the way, check out their sneak peeks that they have been having this past week.....just gorgeous!

Challenges for this card:

MFT June Guest Designer Contest


Wheeeeee!  It's a gorgeous day and there's nothing better than a warm,. sunny summer day to enjoy the outdoors.  I remember often swinging as high as I could.   What a feeling it was.

I'm using a stamp from My Favorite Things today.  It's called start Your Day with a Whee.  It's so cute and really sums up how I'm feeling today about the weather.  I've used a variety of MFT products on this card, including the flower die, edger and Mini Tabs Foursome.  MFT products can be found here. I also used my copic markers to color up the image.

Thanks for stopping by.  Janet

Challenges for this card:
MFT Guest Designer contest for June
Cutie Pie challenge #19
Scrapbookers Paradise Playing in Paradise #69

Monday, April 16, 2012

Strawberry Delight

I decided to try out a new layout for my card...more layers and combinations of patterns.  I think it turned out well, even though it was a struggle for me.  I used a Flourishes image and colored it with copics.  I added a seam binding ribbon/bow and a cameo I had in my stash. The seam binding and flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts.


Flourishes Timeless Tuesday
Paper Sundaes
Cute Card Thursday
Cupcake Inspirations
Little Red Wagon
Simon Says Stamp
Crafty Creations
Wild Orchid Crafts

Friday, April 13, 2012

Mark Your Spot

Here's a cute little corner bookmark for an avid reader.  I'm using the sunflower stamp from Flourishes. The edging was done using a doohickey die from Magnolia and I got to use my toy. the Becca's Peg Bow Maker. I totally love it!

Have a good weekend. We're off to get a suit for my husband-to-be.

Have a good weekend.  Janet

Flourishes Bookworm Challenge
Simon Says Stamp
Cutie Pie Challenge
Cute Card Thursday

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Motherly Love

I love this rabbit image from Flourishes, and I think it works really well when paired with the theme of motherly love.   I'm also really loving the papers. The color combination is so springy and fresh.

Challenges for this card:
Flourishes--the Motherly Love Challenge
Robyn's Fetish
Simon says Stamp
Cute Card Thursday

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Spring Flowers

Here's my entry into one of the challenges over at the Flourishes blog. It's their release week and I'm entering their noon time challenge--lovely in lace.    I chose the zinnia image to use. It's one of my favorites.  The paper is from My Mind's Eye and the lace is from my stash. The brown ribbon is a recycled piece from a package I got. The ticket is from Tim Holtz.

Challenges for this card:
Flourishes Lovely in Lace challenge
Paper Sundaes--sundae bar--kraft, lace and die cuts.
Cupcake Craft Challenge
Creative Card Crew
The Sisterhood of Crafters
Simon Says Stamp
Bunny Zoe's Crafts

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

It's all about the bunnies!

I saw this on Pinterest and decided to try it out for myself.  It was super easy to create and tons of fun.  It's been in my office since I created it.......and it's been admired by many.

Such a fun way to decorate!

Now...........I wonder what I'll create this weekend to replace it?  Pinterest here I come......................


Sunday, April 1, 2012

Crafting When We Can

It's that time again folks.....another challenge from us at Crafting When We Can.  Our theme is "Things with wings".  That's a great challenge...and so much fun. Here's my card:

 This image is totally cute, don't you think?  We're sponsored by The Digi Garden and I was lucky enough to get this cute image to work with.

 I went with a CAS style card.  I hope you like it.

Now head over to the Challenge Blog and see what the other DT members have created for this challenge.  You won't be disappointed, that's for sure.

Bye for now!  Janet

One Stitch At A Time Sunday

Here's my card for this week's challenge over at One Stitch At A Time:

The theme this week is 'new'--new baby. new job, new house.etc......  I chose new baby and created this welcome to the world card.  The digi is called Kitty Caught Kitty.  I think it's so cute!  The shop is full of beautiful digi's so....don't be shy.....get one and try it out. 

Our sponsor this week is:

and the winner will receive 3 die cuts!  Be sure to stop by the One Stitch At A Time challenge blog to see all the other DT's creations.  Then....get creating!

Happy Sunday!


Monday, March 19, 2012

Crop and Create Winnipeg

Is anyone going to Crop and Create Winnipeg? If so, leave me a message. I'd love to scrap with you.  Janet

Sunday, March 18, 2012

One for the Boys

That's the theme for this week at Crafting When We Can challenge blog.  I chose to make a CAS card, and it looks like this:

I used a stamp that I recently got from The Cat's Pajamas.   I love that rabbit on the scooter.  It's also a great image for a masculine card.   It's colored with copics and I also added some glossy accents on the headlight.

Our sponsor this week is Some Odd Girl

Be sure to head over to the Crafting When We Can challenge blog so that you can see all the DT's creations.  I hope you'll play along with us too.


It's that time again.....

It's Sunday and that means another challenge over at One Stitch At A Time.  Today the challenge is anything girly. Here's my take on it:

I really love this image.....her total confidence in herself...that's what I see when I look at this image.

I colored her with copics in the YR and BG range.  I used the swirls and dots cuttlebug folders and some flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts.  The leaves are made using a Martha Stewart punch---an oldy but a goody!

The image is designed by Beary Dust Stamps and it's called Brat.  Our sponsor this week is:

and the winner will receive a L10 uk voucher!   Head over to the One Stitch At A Time challenge blog to see all the DT work and get yourself started on this challenge!


Challenges for this card:
I {heart} 2 stamp
Crafty Ann's 
Papertake Weekly
Tiptop Tuesday
Totally Stampalicious
Totally Gorjuss
Simply Create too

Monday, March 5, 2012

A Corner Bookmark

It's a bright and beautiful day here...the sun is shining and it's a perfect day to curl up with a good book.  I'm entering the March Guest Designer contest at My Favorite Things and the theme is 'Hit the Books'.  This  is my interpretation of the theme:

I used the Pure Innocence stamp called Sunflower Girl.   She's just adorable, isn't she?  I also used a variety of MFT dies--the Fancy Flourish, the Fringed Perennial, and the Bracket tab.  i had to add some bling so I got out my rhinestones. 

If you are interested, why don't you play along too, with the GD contest. It's tons of fun and all the entries are gorgeous!  The new release party starts March 6 at 8pm's another great way to have some fun. Hope to see you there........

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Animals, animals and more animals

That's the theme for the next challenge at Crafting When We Can.  Here's my card:

I fell in love with this image.  Such a cute rabbit!  Copics were used to color the image and I added some stickles to the icing for some bling.  I used last month's sketch from I {heart{ 2 stamp.  

We're sponsored by The Stamping Boutique and I was so luck y to get to use this image from their shop.  Who could resist such a fun image!

Head on over to the blog so you can see all the hard work by the DT.  Tons of gorgeous animals there.   We'd love to have you join us and play along.


Reuse or Recycle

Today's challenge at One Stitch At A Time is "Re-use or Re-Cycle".  You must re-use or recycle something on your card.  Easy peasy, eh?

Here's my card:

I decided to reuse some twill tape.  It's that orange ribbon on the side. It came in some packaging--can't remember where I got it--but I always save that ribbon to reuse again. Today it came in handy.  I used a stamp called Sweet Something. Isn't she delish?!!!  Love her pose.  She's colored with copics and I've used the Mojo Monday sketch from last week as a starting point.

Our sponsor is:

and the prize is 3 Promarkers!  Awesome!

Make sure you check out all the DT's work over at the challenge blog. It's fabulous!



Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Check this out!

Why not visit Taylored Expression and check out their hair color chart? It looks awesome!


Thursday, February 23, 2012

A Little Birdie Told Me

I got new stamps!

This one is called A Little Birdie Told Me and she`s from Stamping Bella.  I`m really falling for these `girl` stamps.  I colored her up with copics.  I used the sketch that`s up on Stamping Bella`s blog. I added some bling from Melissa Francis. 

Just love it!

Stamping Bella
Allsorts Challenge--anything goes
Simon Says Stamp
Crafters Companion

Happy Birthday To You!

Here's a very bright birthday tag I created using a Saturated Canary image. I'm falling in love with her images.  I cut out the image and colored it with copics.  I used my spellbinder dies to create the shape of the tag and added some flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts.  The hearts are also spelllbinders and I then texturized them using some cuttlebug folders.  THe sentiment is from My Favorite THings and I added a bit of bling to it.

Hope you are having a great day!

Saturated Canary--anything but a rectangle or square
Paper Sundaes--Birthdays
Deconstructed Jen
Take Time for You Challenge
Simon Says Stamp
Fussy and Fancy Friday--with all my heart
The Crazy Challenge
The Sisterhood of Crafters

Monday, February 20, 2012

You're All Heart

I pulled out a Hanglar Stanglar image and colored it up this afternoon.  It's been a while since I've just one of these images.  I love it though, and it's perfect for a card that's all about love.  I used B93,95, 97 to color up the boy and then used R29 for the heart.  His skin was colored with E50, 53 and his hair was colored with E33, 35.  I'm using up a new of my valentine paper scraps too...that's always a good thing.

Challenges for this card:
Deconstructed Sketch
Sisterhood of Crafters--valentine
Fussy and Fancy Fridays--with all my heart
 Allsorts Challenge
Lovely Hanglar Only

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Crafting When We Can

It`s birthdays for this challenge--big birthdays, like 21, 50. 65 etc.  Perfect timing too, since I need to add to my stash of birthday cards.  Here`s my card:

I used  a Lily of the Valley stamp that I`ve had around for ages. She deserved some ink, and was coloring with copics. I added some stickles to her wings. 

Our sponsor this week is Craft Ribbons:

Be sure to drop by the Crafting When We Can blog to get all the details and to see the DT`s work.

One Stitch At A Time Sunday

Our challenge this week is "Digi or Don't". That ,means use a digi or don't--your choice.  We are sponsored by Joanna Sheen

and the winner of this challenge will win at L10 gift certificate.  I used this image from Stitchy Bear Digital Stamps. Totally love it.  BFF forever!   Its colored with copics and the flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts.

It would be great it you would join the challenge.  Head on over to the challenge blog to see all the DT's work.

Happy Sunday!

Challenges for this card:

Friday, February 10, 2012

Flowers in a frame

I'm joining in with the challenges going on over at Flourishes Stamps for their release week.  For this challenge we are to frame the image. I used spellbinders for this frame, and followed the sketch from Mojo Monday.  Seam binding crosses the middle of the card, three cuttlebug folders were used for the background and copics were used to color the image.



Challenges for this card:
Flourishes--in a frame
Mojo Monday #227