Wednesday, May 30, 2012
This is my last card/tag for CDAC Progresive Challenge 18. This challenge ends to-morrow. This delicious looking image is from Pattie's creations. I have paper pieced the image adding a cherry on top cut from a piece of DP. The Happiness Stamp is from Stamping Up. To complete the tag I have added wool fibres.
I have cards at our house tomorrow, so have to go get some groceries at the store for their lunch, do a bit of housecleaning, and if I have time some gardening. I still go every evening to see my husband,
recovering from his broken hip - he should be home June 14th. Yipee!
Another card for CDAC Progressive Challenge, this challenge ends May 31st, getting down to the deadline. This image that makes you want to jump right into that pool is from Sweet Stamping Treats. Colored with copics, DP, ribbon and sentiment from my stash. Rosette - first one I ever made, had to make it smaller after putting it all together, next time I will have a better understanding of how it all goes together, and what width to start with.
Now dos'nt this look delicious! It is an image from Just Some Lines for the CDAC Progressive Challenge #18. I have colored with copics, Chocolate & butterscotch sauce and pink icecream. I used Rangers Glossy Accents on the dish and the spoon. The DP and Sentiment are from my stash.
Just looking at this is making me hungry.
This image is from Just Some Lines for the CDAC Progressive Challenge 18. I have colored the image with copics. Used Nellie Snellen dies to frame her. The corner punch has no name on it just a patent number. Only one more day and this challenge will be over.
Sunday, May 27, 2012
This is my first card for the CDAC Progressive Challenge 18. There are only a few more days to the end of the month to enter, so will have to get busy to try to make cards from all five images. This sparkly image is from A Day for Daisies. The cute image is colored with copics, and Stickles Glitter has been sprinkled on the wings. The flourish painted with Gesso is from Ranger. The flowers and brads are from my stash. The designer paper is from Stamping Up.
A very busy time of the year, away for the weekend and gardening to do. And tomorrow is our first fun day of golfing with prizes and lunch, should be good if it doesn't rain.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
These two cards are for my neices twin boys. Both cards are digital images from Bugaboo. I have colored them with copics. Boys sentiment from Me and My Big Ideas. Cardstock, and other emblishments are from my stash.
I hope they enjoy them, I know they have done rock climbing indoors, but I don't know if they play soccer.
This pretty image is from Shellys Images and I have colored it with copics and put stickles on the Butterfly. I used a brush to add Rangers Distress Ink to the background, victorian velvet, which is a pink color. The sentiment is computer generated.
Tomorrow a group of my golfing friends are having a birthday party for three people in the group, this card is for one of them. Hope it does not rain, so that we can enjoy our golf before we get to see the cards and gifts opened and eat dinner together!
Monday, May 21, 2012
This wonderful image if from Priscilla Styles, I have colored the image with copics, DP from K&Company and the sentiment, embellishment and ribbon are from my stash. May is a month with many birthdays in our family, and I made this card for my neice Nancy.
This is what I should have been doing to-day instead of finishing off some cards - My gardening.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
This pretty Silhouete Butterfly Flowers image is from Bugaboo Stamps. I have cut out the original small butterfly, colored it with copics and reattached it. The larger butterfly is a copy of the small one enlarged with a pop dot underneath. The black gems are from Jolee's. The DP is from Colorbok.
Monday, May 14, 2012
My last card for the CDAC17 Progressive Challenge. The challenge will close tomorrow.
But, a new set of images, usually five, sometimes six will be ready for anyone who wishes to take part in the challenge. If you have not joined before, it is only $l.00 to buy in.
This image is from Glitterbabe and I have colored her with copics. Added a flourish stamp from Hero Arts and embossed it in white. The charm is from Blue Moon Jewellery and the Ribbons and DP are from my stash. Invite computer generated. Border punch from Fiskars.
Two days in a row of golfing with a bad cold, I think I will stay home for the next couple of days and maybe do some work in my garden.
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Designed to Delight has been very generous and given us three versions of this lovely baby carriage for CDAC Progressive Challenge #17. I have paper pieced the carriage. The edge punch is from Fiskars. The words from a scrapbook page, the tiny blue buttons and the cardstocks are from my stash.
Tomorrow is Mothers Day and one of the local golf clubs offers free golf to mothers on that day - you just have to pay for the cart. So if it is not raining, and my cold is not any worse I am being picked up at 9:00 a.m. to join three friends for a round of 18 holes.
This cutie sock doll is from Odds and Soxlets to be used in the CDAC Progressive Challenge #17.
Only a couple of more days left for this challenge. I have colored the image with chalks. I stitched the printed paper to the pink DP. (Hard to see the stitching, didn't realize I was using off white instead of white thread until I was all finished.) The small duck sticker and the papers are from my stash.
Friday, May 11, 2012
My second card for the CDAC 17 Progressive Challenge, This young expectant mother is an image from Mami Doodles, isn't whe wonderful! I have colored the image with copics and added Ranger Glossy Accents to her boots and hair. She has been framed on a white die cut from Nellie Snellen. The DP is from K&Company and the white flowers are from Petaloo. The pink flowers and the sentiment are from my stash.
The daughter of one of my friends is expecting in August and I will give her this card along with some things my daughter would like to pass along to her new baby.
All about Babies is the subject for CDACPC Progresive Challenge 17. This old fashioned baby carriage is a wonderful image from Designed to Delight! I have colored the carriage with copics, added copics to the background of the BABY letters and to the heart and collar of the little dog. The scrapbook DP and the letters are from Forever In Time and the Doggie sticker is from Precious Moments.
Just yesterday I received an invitation in the mail to a baby shower, so these cards will be put to good use right away.