Wednesday, March 15, 2017





It's time for a new Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge!






The LEAD of this challenge will be invited to be a guest designer in an upcoming challenge!









For my card I started with some watercolored cardstock.  I  used a prima aqua pen and Rangers peacock feathers ink to hand draw the lines at the top and bottom of the panel to mimic the pillow on the lower left side of the inspiration photo.  I stacked a die cut matte gold card stock PTI Big Basics Thinking of you die.  I finished with a few of the smallest feathers from PTI What the Doodle Feathers Mini stamp and die set using some of the same colors in the inspiration picture.  I figured feathers are fluffy!




I added some tiny splatters using some black ink, water, and a tiny paintbrush.  I finished my card with a few clear sequins.



Make sure you visit each of the designers' blogs 
for more inspiration!

Carol Mayne, Just Me (Guest Designer)





As always thanks so much for stopping by!

Betty

Wednesday, March 1, 2017





It's time for a new Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge!






The LEAD of this challenge will be invited to be a guest designer in an upcoming challenge!





For my card I started with some PTI Green Paraket bold striped linen paper.  I added to it a stacked die cut green glittered Big Basics Birthday die.  




I added some loose threading and a few green sequins.  I layered to a white base and my festive green Birthday card was complete.



Make sure you visit each of the designers' blogs 
for more inspiration!








As always thanks so much for stopping by!

Betty

Saturday, February 25, 2017





I am popping in with a couple of cards to share.  I am playing along with this month's Papertrey Ink Blog Hop.   Here is the inspiration photo.  






Here is the first card:  Birthday Wishes!




I played off of the gray, peach, and pink tones in the photo. My kids told me I was very low on Birthday themed cards, so I decided to make two.  


For the first card I used smokey shadow card stock, Holiday Greens stamp set and coordinating dies, and the sentiment is from Colorpop Autumn Kit.  The floral is stamping in Melon Berry.   I finished with a few black sequins on this one.



Here is the second card:  Happy Birthday!





Both are very similar.  Just changed up the color of the floral, the sentiment, and which  background panel would get the texture.   I did swipe direct to paper the versamark pad to create some added texture on the background.  




The second card uses all of the same except the sentiment is from Tulip Time. The floral image is stamped in Autumn Rose.  I finished with a few clear sparkle sequins.



As always thanks so much for stopping by!

Betty





Sunday, February 19, 2017







Happy Sunday!  I had a chance to get crafty today!  Our house is under contract....finally!  Hopefully I can start crafting more.  Keeping the whole house clean 24/7 while working has been daunting to say the least.  I did not craft much at all because I would have a mess to clean up.  I use ALL of my stuff when I craft so it seems.  

I am playing along with Papertrey Ink's Anniversary Celebration Challenges!  I create five cards today!  Whew!





For this card, I used PTI Masculine Motifs for the sailboat.  I masked a circle image and softly sponged in blue to mimic the Out to Sea set.  The tiny dots image comes from Christmas Faith set.  I am also using the sketch for this week's CAS(E)this Sketch Challenge.  
                   







I used Daydreamer stamp set for this card.  I die cut a rectangle and softly sponged in a sky. I used this set to replicate the looks of the flower images.


                                      Card post here!






For this card, I used the Delightful Doilies stamp set to create a wreathe.  I added the flower from Graceful Greetings II set.  I mixed and layered some fun pattern papers. For the sentiment I used It's the Thought stamp set and dies.




I used the Newsprint for this card.  I added images from Flower Favorites stamped directly to the stamp newsprint image.  I rocked and rolled the edges a bit for some added dimension.  I use a sentiment from Sentiment Splits to work with the Curve Vertical die.


I used Hello Sunshine for this card.  I added some colors using the smooshing technique as well as some splatters.  


Which card is your favorite? Why?

As always thanks so much for stopping by!

Betty


Wednesday, February 15, 2017




It's time for a new Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge!






The LEAD of this challenge will be invited to be a guest designer in an upcoming challenge!









Make sure you visit each of the designers' blogs 
for more inspiration!



Stop by the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge: (Woven) for the challenge details and to play along with us!






As always thanks so much for stopping by!

Betty

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