On Wednesdays I have a couple of friends that I get together with and "play" with different crafts. Today it was just two of us. I ended up practicing with making some paper Rosette's. I don't have any of the dies for making them, so I just cut strips of paper and used my score board from Martha Stewart. The three small ones are made with some vellum from Club Scraps Bandanarama kit, the other two were made with some paper I had in my stash. Buttons from my friend's stash :).
Hope you enjoyed these - they are fun to make and there are so many possibilities for use. Thanks for stopping by.
someone wanted to know how I did the butterfly on one of the cards from an earlier post today:
The butterfly and dragonfly are both stamps from Michael Strong http://www.strongstamps.com/.
I stamped, embossed and cut each one out and then used foam pop dots to adhere to the card.
Thank you for the great comments. These are very quick and easy to make.
These are some cards I meant to post in January when I got the latest edition of the Technique Junkies Newsletter. I also saw a tutorial just prior to getting that newsletter from Tricia Morris of Club Scrap. It's a very simple technique with watercolors and you can make some very pretty cards with it.
Thanks for stopping by and I'll get some more later
I just thought maybe I'd better get back into updating my blog. Have been very busy here in our community since the first of the year and the last 7 weeks was really creating in the Annual PSL - ProScrappers League challenges at Club Scrap. WOW!!! what a challenge - 4 scrapbook teams, 2 cards teams, and 2 digi teams and 1 non-compete team. I did a total of 193 cards and 27 digitals. Thought I'd start adding some digital pages and then I'll add on some cards that I did - I won't do all but just a sampling.
Hopefully I'll get back into a regular habit of posting.
Thanks for checking it out
Had to do this page using a photo my daughter sent me of a picture that my 5 year old granddaughter did for me
Some Moose we saw in Colorado
Snow on the Superstions on March 18,2012
This was a view from one of the River side Campgrounds when we were in the Poudre Canyon
Photos from a trip to Mustang Island Sand Sulpture Fest back in 2006
One of our favorite stopping places when we rode the Texas Hill country back in 2006
I'll try to get some of the cards I did posted soon.