What a beautiful Fall it was this year. Lots of wind the last few days so the trees are losing all their beautiful leaves. I love Autumn and all the glorious reds, yellow, oranges - my favorite colors.
This image by Eureka always makes me happy.
I colored all the leaves with Copics . The word "fall" is a stamp by Close to My Heart.
It was not my intention to post a card today but I just finished this card for one of my granddaughters who is turning seven. I loved how it turned out so I decided to post it.
The plaid BG is digital paper by JAK.
Stamp is from a Inkadinkado set.
I love my new dies with the piercing and stitches. As you can see I used two but for the black oval, I traced the smaller die and cut it out free hand.
The #7 banner sticker is from The Kraft Outlet. I made the right corner embellishment just by cutting at triangle, sponging, and adding a star cut out with a Verve die.
I took a pic after I personalized a note at the bottom - that's why it is blotted out on the pic here.
Another card using vintage stickers and some vintage looking background paper.
This card, seriously, took me about 5 minutes to make. I used the clear star pen to put a little frost on the berries. Looks pretty bad in the photos but better IRL.
The stickers are word strips by Tim Holz.
Last year (or was it two years ago?) I made a tag for a Christmas present and ended up not using it. So, of course, I saved it. When I pulled out the bin of Christmas stamps this year, there it was. It was a little too large to put on top a card so I copied the idea making it smaller then used the Tuesday Morning Sketch for them.
The images, flowers, and background paper are digital by Diane's Daydream Designs. The sentiment is a Verve Stamp. I put silver Stickles on the flower centers, sparkles on the tree, and the body of the deer. Little bit of sponging on the edges of the tag with Tim Holz ink. Tuesday Morning Sketch:
Taking a break from Christmas cards and I wanted to tackle a sketch at MFT.
The main panel is a digital stamp by Stamplorations. I colored the blossoms with Copics and sponged a Tim Holz ink on the rest. After I glued on the words (MFT dies) , I traced around the letters with a gray Copic so they were more visible.
Very simple but I love how it turned out.
My stash of Christmas paper, stamps, and stickers is overwhelming. As long as I am making Christmas cards to send to people in nursing homes, I decided to use up some vintage stickers. Maybe they will take a trip down memory lane.
Using the sketch at Tuesday Morning Sketch, I put together this quick and easy card.
Love the BG paper from my stash. I added a few drops of Stickles for interest.
When I saw the challenge at Words 2 Craft By - Happiness is a Warm Puppy- , I knew immediately which images I wanted to use for some of the Christmas cards I am making for SAS4Kids.
This one I am showing today is one of the first digi stamps I ever downloaded - so many years ago.
I printed off three images, colored them with Copics, then didn't know what to do with them until I saw the sketch at Tuesday Morning Sketches.
I decided not to back the image with a solid color. I love the stitched edge (Die-namics die) and popping the image up with dimension tape gave it the little bit of interest I thought it needed.