Happy Monday!!! Hope the weekend was a good one!
Today’s card is for Prickley Pear.
I tried to go vintage after a series of CAS cards. It was fun, and I also got to use up some last scraps from the fabbie Bo Bunny’s Gabrielle paper pad. I love this Sewing ad stamp.
I used Card Patterns’ sketch 162. Another great one!
The Prickley Pear blog is filled with Design Team inspiration. Go check it out! :)
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Happy Sunday! Hope you are having a good weekend! Yesterday we woke up to snow (!) but today things are starting to look like spring again. Life is good! :)
A quick CAS card today.
With a sun theme! :)
Love this card! Took me like 20 minutes tops, uses scrap paper from my favorite paper pad right now (Echo Park This & That) and turned out better than I had pictured it in my head. Yay!
I did this card for Splitcoast Stampers Featured Stamper challenge. I used THIS card as my inspiration.
The stamps used are Cocoa Daisy (arrow) and Verve Stamps (sentiment).
Time to make dinner!
Hi you all! I’m off to a two day conference but thought I’d pop in real quick to share the card I did last night. I bought this beautiful LilyBee paper pad a while ago with the most wonderful soft colored and soft patterned paper. It’s been hoarding on my desk - but no more. I teamed it up with some pastel stamping using my loved Art Journey stamps.
I used this lovely sketch from Stamps & Fun.
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Hi folks! Hope the weekend’s been great! We had a calm couple of days at home with work (a HUGE pile of tests to grade, yikes!) some dvds and a few hours of crafting. Spring finally came with both sun and warmth so we’ve truly enjoyed that too. :)
I thought I’d play along with this week’s Moxie Fab World Tuesday Trigger (like I so often do, except I almost always miss deadline… And I’m pretty close doing it now too… :P ). Love these little birds and beautiful blue and green color combo.
The design is based on the new fabbie sketch over at Card Patterns.
The Prickley Pear Blog is filled with more porjects using the Prickley Pear stamps if you’d like to take a peek and be inspired. The Design Team is AMAZING!!! :)
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I started my project with the aim to use the most amazing ribbon ever: the Sheer Woven Rosettes Yellow. So I made my own template of a round suitcase to perfectly fit the ribbon, using this great tutorial from Stephi as my guidance.
The Rosette ribbon is misted with some brown metallic mist to be more vintage looking and I placed pearls in the centers. The handle and locker are coated with another beautiful ribbon; Ivory Pleated Satin. I inked the edges with some Vintage Photo.
The clock is from the Vintage Treasures set. It’s paper pieced and works as a stopper for the locker. The cute heart is from Prima and I’ve hoarded it forever, but I think I found the right place for it!
All the papers used are from MME Lost and found.
Now, to continue the hop, go over to Emily and find out what she has in store for you! But don’t forget to leave a comment for your chance to win a prize! :)
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Prickley Pear is sponsoring the Card Patterns’ sketch challenge this week. What a great combo – favorite stamps and favorite challenge! :) I had to play (of course!) and to make it even more fun I teamed it all up with some favorite papers from Riddersholm Design – Chantilly Dawn. Here is my take:
You find the challenge HERE. Go check it out! The DT did AMAZING cards with the Prickley Pear stamps!!! :)
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Hi all! Happy Monday! Hope your Easter has been a good one! Mine was. We’ve been at home with mother in law visiting. Not much crafting though. I need to figure out how to move the guest room from my scrap room!
I have a couple of CAS cards to share today. Loads of white, both inspired by this week’s Featured Stamper over at SCS.
And when I was at it, I did a clean card without sentiments. Just a fancy tag, some punched out butterflies and pearls. Hard to photograph, but I really like how it came out.
The Prickley Pear Blog is filled with amazing inspiration by the fab Design Team. Just saying!
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Nope! I’m not dead. I’ve just had the flu. THE flu. Geeeeesh! But I’m up and running now (sort of) and that is great. Haven’t crafted for two weeks! YIkes! But last night I did a much needed thank you card. My boy who is gluten intolerant was given a ship load of the most delish bread and cookies from a friend. He was (is) in heaven. :)
Check out my new Edge Punch! It’s wonderful! An Easter present from me to me. :)
The card is based on Card Patterns’ fabbie sketch #159:
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