Thursday, December 29, 2011

Part 2 of a lazy day

I had to create one more-it was for the embelish magazine, but I couldn't finish it on time. But I got it in the Hero arts December Challenge-one out of 2-not bad I think :)

Stamps: PapertrayInk (Gracious vases), Fiskars (Birthday Type), Stampendous (Music score)
Paper: The Paper Company (craft, green, brown, cream, blue)
Ink: Studio G
Accessories: Ribbon (Michaels), Pearl stickers (Recollections), Chipboard heart (Colorbok)
Size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"

A day off= crafting!

As I said-I am not working today, which means that I needed to find any excuse not to clean the house. And what better excuse than challenges submissions. So here it goes. I created a card for the Deconstructed Sketch No. 32 challenge and used the inspiration picture from the CASE Study Challenge #71 and I came out with this final 2 in 1 product. I hope you like it J 
And to finish it I entered it in the Week #50 - Anything Goes! - Team Gem  challenge.
What I'm really proud of is that I made this card almost fully by recycling stuff. Here's the break down

Stamps: Little Star (Verve Stamps) 
Paper: Recycled craft cardstock from my Christmas present, Yellow Lace strip- a Discover junk mail paper (it pays to discover what to do with all that junk mail), the white circle is a menu from a wedding I worked, the green and the brown are from The Paper Company
Ink: Studio G
Accessories: Red Ribbon from a Sedars-Sinai Hospital Christmas Party (and people say health care is useless?!?!), Star buttons from Wall Mart, brown tulle
Size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

The begining

Here we go...
So I guess this is a kind of creative outlet for me…or just a more simple way to share my “art” with the world… or whatever it turns out to be.
But in anyways-it will be fun.
The very first project I would like to share was for Make It Monday #46: Any Die into a Folded Tag. I created a small tag with some scrap paper, PTI Year of the flowers collection stamp and of course Copic markers /in which I’m in love!/ Not to brag about it, but it turned out pretty cute.