Tag Archive: My Favorite Things

Want2Scrap and Sketchabilities

Want2Scrap and Sketchabilities

Here’s my project for the Want2Scrap and Sketchabilities  Design Team Challenge! Our mission was to create a project using a sketch from Karan Gerber’s Sketchabilities. Be sure to check out Karan’s Sketchabilities Blog, you will want to play along. Why not take the challenge with the Want2Scrap Design Team? Want2Scrap is offering up a $25.00 Gift Certificate to […]

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Go Fly a Kite

Go fly a kite! I recently came across this card I made, but I don’t think I’ve shared it with you. I had a make and take at a special Copic Crop held locally. I demoed how to color the little girl, and the card (a TEEPEE card) was a bonus. Everyone had a lot […]

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star spangled hero snippet

Star Spangled Hero

More fun with items received in the I LOVE THE USA BLOG HOP Design Team Box. This hop is around the corner! I can’t wait to show you my FINAL project. Details are coming soon. Casey at Tombow sent us Red and Blue Tombow Pens with a Blender Pen and a Blending Card. This was […]

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Oh Snap! a happy, every day kind of card

I love every day cards. Oh, Snap is simply a cute every day kind of happy card. Recipe Cardstock – Neenah and My Favorite Things Stamps – Gina K Dies – Spellbinders and My Favorite Things Embossing Folder – unknown Buttons – Buttons Galore Bling – Want2Scrap Ink – Imagine Crafts, Copic Happy Sentiment – […]

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Birthday Card with a Faux Washi Tape Technique

I like the look of Washi Tape that is so popular right now, but I’ve resisted the urge … and decided to see if I could find a technique to achieve the look on this birthday card. I didn’t have any double stick tape or designer tissue paper and thought, there must surely be an […]

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COPIC: Cool and Warm Grays

Warm or Cool What’s the difference between Cool and Warm Grays? Why do you need both? I get asked quite often what the differences are in the Copic Grays. Today I’m quickly showing you the difference between the Cool Grays (C color family) and the Warm Grays (W color family). Warm Grays When I color […]

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HALLOWEEN :: Best Witches

Close Up: This bewitching little PI imagewas paper pieced AND colored, then carefully cut out.The sentiment pennant wascolored, pinked with a punch, and edged with Copic Markers. :: P R O D U C T S   U S E D :: Enchanted Paper Collection,Authentique Spooky little web with spider,Life Style Crafts die. Bewitching little girl,My […]

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CAS :: Tone on Tone Background

I am re-visiting a class that I took at Online Card Classes. This card is inspired by Day 3 – Inspiration Made Simple with Julie. Tone on tone is such a simple technique, and I always think it looks great, and isn’t it especially classy in white? This card was SUPER easy. I die cut […]

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MFT :: Friendship has its PERKS ::

How’d I do that? It was a bit of a process, but not hard. I stamped the image several times. Once, on white cardstock – I colored the arms and chest, and the mug. I cut the woman and the mug out together, along with the tabletop. I cropped the lower half of the stamp. […]

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