Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Bride Speciality Paper technique

I cannot take credit for the design of this card. I found it on Stampin Up but I recreated it as I wanted to show you a cool technique using the Bride Speciality Paper. All you need is an ink colour and a sponge dauber. Just rub the inked up dauber over the paper and done!! Simple and easy. You can use any colour so ideas are endless. Hope you have some fun trying this out!

All products used are Stampin Up

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Wish this day would never end 12x12

This is a page we will be doing in my November stamping club. I love the colour combo. I saw a pattern paper somewhere on the web and here is my version using my Stampin Up stuff. My saying, was just printed of my computer onto vellum cardstock. I find myself using black and white photos because it makes the colour of the paper pop

Paper: dusty durango, black, white, basic grey & crushed curry, cardstock vellum
Stamps: Baroque, Great Friends
Ink: same as paper
Punches: different circle sizes , scallop circle
Misc: crushed curry polka dot ribbon, brads

Christmas in the heart card

I wanted make a card that was fairly simple for a stamp card that I had and I didn't want to use red/green so this is what I came up with. Thanks for stopping by.

Winter post

Here is a card I made using Winter Post. Only problem is that this picture doesn't show the glitter on the trees. I love glitter on my Christmas cards so I was disappointed it doesn't show but you can image what it would look like. All products are Stampin Up

Paper: Old Olive, real red, kraft and whisper white
Ink: White craft,Black Staz on...I used this so it wouldn't bleed when I used markers to colour
Stamps: Winter Post and Merry Christmas from the Cardinal Christmas stamp set
Punches: Lable -sorry forget the correct name
Misc: Dazzling Diamonds, old olive ribbon , real read, old olive & choc chip markers