Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Simply Betty Challenge 2

My first easel card!  So the was for the SBC blog, rules= no halloween colors for this halloween card.  Christian was colored with crayola markers in grays, blue & red.  Happy Halloween was stamped with versa mark and embossed with a red glitter embossing powder.  The dripping blood and grave markers are from a MS stamp set.  The blood was embossed, and the markers stamped with Tim Holtz distress ink. Hope you enjoy it, this was a lot of fun .

This is the front of the card before it is folded up.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Emily, my 9yr old darling daughter colored this for simply betty

Emily cut off her curls, for a more sassy look, then added batlike wings to both London and her cat.  She saw the pic.s for the Simply Betty challenge and decided to follow the challenge rules. We had a fun time coloring these together.  Colored pencils were used for both her and my pictures.  Thanks for looking.

Simply Betty Challenge

If you can't read the square buttons they spell "bewitching".  This was a fun challenge based on a pair of funky socks. Lol :)  I decided to color Betty's socks to match the challenge socks then colored her undershirt to match.  I used the sentimentals cricut cartridge to cut the frame.  The drippy goo punch from martha stewart makes the right border, with a black polka dots being a wire edged ribbon, and the "bewitching" squares are brads mounted on dimensional dots.  A few jewels on the frame and purple border and viola.  Em and I had lots of fun with this!

Just a close up of how she was colored, it is amazing what you can do with crayola colored pencils.

Monday, September 20, 2010

My DS Christopher is 11 here is the card my DD and I made for him!

Ok so I got the robotz cartridge in the mail just in time!
The drippy goo punch was used only because it is Chris's fav.
Found the cutest stamp set with robots that match perfectly.
Just another pic of the card and the matching envelope.

My first tag swap challenge with Kinderstamp0

Ok so the challenge was to make a tag with what you had around the house for a destination you would like to visit, have visited etc...  I did New Orleans, such a colorful city with alot of heart I have always wanted to visit.  Here is my representation

Another pic of a few more.  I hope everyone enjoys them.

I made this card for my niece to give to a soccer teammate.

My DD Emily also knows the lil girl so she did a lot of the
constructing of this card.  Girls and coachs from both the
Pennine teams and her cheetahs team signed.  The cast
was simple to make it was a boot from another doll
outfit that I cut the toe out of.

A quick card "Get Well Hugs"

Just wanted to share a super quick card made for a 2yr old. 
Just cardstock ribbons a stamp and cricut cartridge Pooh Font set. 
"Get Well Hugs" is a simple card that hopefully conveys lots of love.