I am lucky enough to have lots of Lawn Fawn stamps and can’t seem to find time to play with that many of them. But, I decided to make a card using a whole lot of them just to spread some inky love!
It feels great to finally have a quick chance to blog something. I have lots of cards to share, but no computer at home is making it very difficult!! I am going to hopefully get a few blog posts scheduled now though so I can get caught up….
So, just a quick one for now. I finally had a chance to ink up one of my fave new 2011 Hero Arts stamps – Large Flower Blossom. I bought the larger, wood mounted version as I wanted it more for backgrounds. It is so fun to emboss resist! Sorry for the dark photo – not home during daylight hours enough at the moment!
Thanks for stopping by and check back later for more!
Well, I’m back from a great weekend away learning all about Copics. I am complete beginner with Copics but have always been so hopeless using them, so decided it was about time to get some real lessons. I met great women who are all so talented – I was blown away by their skills.
Anyway, the card today pre-dates the Copic retreat and is actually for the Moxie Fab World Stamp-It Stamping with Markers challenge. I love this new sympathy set from Hero Arts and inked up the flower with my Marvy markers. I did learn how to use Copics direct to stamps though and can’t wait to give that a try next This card is also for the Anything Goes challenge over at Simon Says Stamp.
Thanks for stopping by & watch this space for lots of Copic cards coming soon!
Hi Everyone! Happy Sunday.
First of all, congrats to everyone who had cards accepted into Paper Crafts Go-to Sketches. I didn’t have anything picked up, but trying to see the silver lining – plenty to go on the blog this week! I’m sure like many other crafters, it is hard not to be discouraged, but going to dust myself off & try again. I was so excited to see a great idea for a rejection blog hope on Amber’s blog & delighted to join in!
I had a few cards that I really enjoyed making and I thought I would post them here. They are really patterned paper heavy – I love patterned paper, but do try to keep things simple. For this particular call I wanted to use lots of the newest stuff available.
Here is my card for sketch 59: