Sunday, May 28, 2017

You Are Mermazing

Hey crafty friends!
I hope everyone is having a wonderful Sunday!
Today I have a card to share with you that I made for a couple of different challenges in mind. 

The first challenge is the sketch challenge over at MFT Card Challenges.
Here is a look at their sketch #334:


Here is the card that I created based on the above sketch:


I used some older patterned papers that I had in my stash and built up my card base according to the sketch. I took that sweet little mermaid and rock from the Mermazing stamp set by MFT and colored them in with my Copics. After I had them colored, I fussy cut them out and added them to my little square window frame. I finished off my card with some crochet thread and a few sequins. 

I am also entering my card into the following challenges:
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Thanks so much for stopping by today and taking a look at my latest creation!
I really appreciate it!
I hope you have a great crafty day!

Supply List:
--Cardstock: White (Copic & GP)
--Patterned Paper: Good Day Sunshine (MME)
--Stamps: Mermazing (MFT)
--Dies: Stitched Scallop Basic Edges & Stitched Square Scallop Frame (MFT)
--Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento
--Copics; BG23, E000, E00, E11, E35, E37, E53, E70, E74, R22, R24, R32
--Misc.: Pretty Pink Posh Sequins, Crochet Thread, White Gel Pen, Glossy accents

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Seas & Greetings!

Hi crafty friends!
I hope you are having a fabulous Saturday!
Today I am back to share a card that I created using some fabulous stamps and dies that can be found in the
 Dies R Us Store

I love interactive cards and was so super excited to give the 

I started out by cutting out all my panels in some fun patterned papers and a coordinating solid:

I then figured out which patterned papers I wanted to use and placed then onto my solid cardstock and adhered my panels together.


Now came the fun part! I cut out some fun nautical pieces from the Nautical die set from Cutter Bee and some scallops from the Accordion Circle Card set  and started decorating my panels.


Here is what my finished card looks like:


I stamped my greeting onto a banner from the Banners die set from Cutter Bee and finished off my card with a couple of sequins and some paper buttons. I think it came out so cute and it was really simple to put together. I love all things nautical!

Here is a view from the top:

Here is a quick peek (with links) to the products that I used on my card today that can be found in the Dies R Us store:








Don't forget to come join in the fun at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog There's a new challenge theme offered on the 1st and 15th of each month and one lucky randomly drawn winner will receive a gift voucher prize to the Dies R Us StoreFor your convenience, all the important Dies R Us links are provided below. 


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Thanks so much for stopping by today!
I hope you have a great crafty day!


Supply List:
--Cardstock: Night Shift Blue (MFT), White (Georgia Pacific)
--Patterned Paper: Crimson (AC)
--Stamp: Hey Sailor! (My Creative Time)
--Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento
--Dies: Accordion Circle Card (Elizabeth Craft Designs), Banners & Nautical (EK Success Cutter Bee), Sweet Buttons Embosslits (SU!), Xtra large Photo Corner Punch (SU!)
--Misc.: White Gel Pen, White Crochet Thread, Sequins



Friday, May 26, 2017

A Spring Hello

Hi crafty friends!
Happy Friday!

Today I have a card to share with you that I made for the


When I saw this inspiration board, I was inspired by a few things. I have recently been planting flowers and getting hanging baskets to add color to my front/back yards. A couple of years ago, my wonderful son built me a wooden flower box underneath the window on our shed. I love getting flowers and planting in that every year since then. The flowers and the basket in the above photo made me think of that. I was also drawn to the pink and purples and of course that adorable kitty!
With all of that in mind, I set out to make my card. I knew I was going to try and create a scene so I used a few different stamp/die sets. Here is a look at what I was inspired to create:


For my card, I used the Wonderful Window die from Lawn Fawn and cut out all the pieces in white. I colored my window box to appear as wood and colored each tulip alternating between pink and purple. Before I adhered my window to my card front, I added a little valance curtain and my light blue "wall". I used the grass from the Chirpy Chirp Chirp stamp set and well as the butterfly. My little kitty actually came from the Spooktacular stamp set and the Hello was one of the little freebies from placing a order. I think this came out so super cute!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
I really appreciate it!!

I hope you have a great crafty day!! 

Supply List:
--Cardstock: White (Georgia Pacific & Copic)
--Patterned Paper: Cedar Lane (Pink Paislee)
--Stamps: Chirpy Chirp Chirp, Spooktacular, Hello (Lawn Fawn)
--Dies: Wonderful Window, Spooktacular, Chirpy Chirp Chirp (Lawn Fawn), Lacy Border Dies (Pink & Main)
--Inks: Tuxedo Black Memento
--Copics: E23, E27, G24, R32, RV10, V12, W1, W3, W5
--Misc.: Foam Tape, Clear Wink Of Stella, Glossy accents, White Gel Pen, Black Micron Pen

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Ring...Ring...Hello

Hi crafty friends!
I hope your Thursday is off to a terrific start!

Today I have a card to share with you that I made for the sketch challenge over at
I played along with sketch #98 which is:


and here is a look at the card I made based on the above sketch:


I recently purchased the stamp set with the telephone a few days ago and was happy to pull it out and use it so fast! Normally I just hoard new stamps and never use them haha! The stamp/die set is actually meant to be used as a shaker element but I decided to just pop up all the center pieces with foam tape and give it another look. I also had this fun patterned paper in my stash that coordinated perfectly with the telephone stamp so everything came together rather quickly. I love when that happens lol!

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by my blog and take a look at my latest creation!
I really appreciate it!!
I hope you have a great crafty day!

Supply List:
--Cardstock: Kraft (Recollections), White (Georgia Pacific)
--Patterned Paper: Switchboard (Pink Paislee)
--Stamp: Call Me (Jillibean Soup)
--Ink: Onyx Black Versafine
--Dies: Call Me (Jillibean Soup)
--Misc.: Simply White Nuvo Crystal Drops, Foam Tape, Clear WInk Of Stella

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

May Project Life Cards

Hey crafty friends!
I hope you are all having a wonderful Tuesday!
It is rainy and stormy here so I'm staying inside and getting some crafting done.
I managed to make some more Project Life cards for a future PL layout using the May sketches from Sketches In Thyme Project Life Style Challenge Blog.

I pulled out some fun Polka Dot cardstock and a couple of old sticker sheets to create my cards and once again I had a blast making these cards. If you guys are into pocket style scrapbooking, you really should check out the Sketches In Thyme PL Style Challenge Blog, I love their sketches. 

Here is a look at each sketch and the pocket card I made:


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My take:


Here is a look at all four cards together:


Ok so last month when I played along, I posted where I was at in each of my three PL albums. I thought it would be kinda neat if I kept myself accountable each month by posting my progress. Here are my stats that I posted last month per album (album year/month currently on):

 2015: November
2016: June
2017: March

Well, I did not work on any of my albums so I have no progress to update. I am hoping there will be a change next month. Fingers crossed!! lol!

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and taking a look at my latest creation!
I really appreciate it!
I hope you have a great crafty day!!

Supply List:
--Cardstock: White (Georgia Pacific)
--Patterned paper: Basics (Pebbles)
--Misc.: Hello Summer Stickers (Echo Park), Black Micron Pen, Pretty Pink Posh Sequins

Supplies were the same for all cards with the exception of added patterned paper from Hello Sunshine (Pink Paislee & Sticker from Journaling Tidbits (Teresa Collins) for Sketch #70

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