Showing posts from June, 2015

Cornish Heritage Farms - Graduation Challenge

It is time for another challenge over at Cornish Heritage Farms.
Steph has challenged the Design Team to make a card in honor of graduation
The sentiment I used this month for my card is from the Birthday Greetings set, but as you can see, some of the sentiments are versatile and can be used for other occasions as well. 

I used my "Wonderful" embossing folder and added some fun graduation die cuts along with some washi tape to make this fun graduation card.

Want to play along???
If you would like to play along with us of course we would love to have you!

To play create a card using CHF images. You can use either CHF digital or rubber stamps to create a card or project.... anything you like as long as the stamps are Cornish Heritage Farms. (Yes, they can be older stamps).

 If you upload your card/project to Splitcoast Stampers please use the keyword CHF82. We can't wait to see what you create!

Don't forget to check the Cornish Heritage Farms Design Team's cards on their …

Design Team Call - 12 Months of Christmas Link up

The 12 Months of Christmas Link Up has almost reached our six months mark and we are looking for a few more people to join our dynamic Design Team.Do you currently have an active blog?Do you love to create Christmas and other holiday cards?Are you comfortable working with digital images, digital sentiments and digital papers?Do you love to have fun and hang out with like-minded crafters (i.e., people who are easy-going, friendly, caring, open minded, supportive, etc.)?Do you love to create for the sake of creating and to help inspire others?Can you take good clean/clear pictures of your work?Can you meet a deadline?  If you answered yes to the above questions, then you should definitely apply for the design team over at the 12 Months of Christmas Link Up. 
Before you know it, Christmas will be upon us. Won't it be great to know that you have already began making your Christmas cards?  To apply, pop on over to out blog HERE to get all the detail.

Imagine That Progressive Challenge - June

Hi everyone and happy Saturday. I am here today to share with you my card for June's progressive challenge over at Imagine That.  This is one of the only progressive challenges that I participate in every month religiously.  I tell myself that I should join in on other's, but time always seems to get away from me.

Really loving this month's offering. Along with this wonderful Ice Cream Parlour image, we got some great sentiments.

The sentiment I used on the outside of my card is from Create with TLC.  I am not quite sure where I found the sentiment for the inside, but it works great for this card. Ice Cream sure does add some sweetness to everyone's day.

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12 Tags pf 2015 - June Coffee Tag

The month is almost over and I am now just posting my June tag for Tim's 12 Tags of 2015. When I saw the tag this month, I knew I wanted to play along, so I had to order the Fresh Brewed Die cut to play along. Well worth the money spent! I also needed to pick up the Stripes layering stencil, another great purchase.

This month's tag was pretty easy to case. Love the tecnique he used to create the plaid lines. I spritzed the tag with some Fireworks spray I picked up over at So Suzy Stamps to create a shimmery affect.

I especially love how there is enough space to add a little coffee gift card. These will be great for holiday gifts and Bosses Day cards.  For my plastic lid, I used a projector transparency and added some white Gesso to it. Sometimes you just have to improvise. That is what creating is all about after all. There is no one way to do things.

I have just enough time to enter this into his monthly challenge. I see that the theme over at A vintage Journey is celebrate,…

Halloween fun with VectoriaDesigns

Hi everyone and happy Friday. Today I am here to share a few Halloween cards I made using printables from VectoriaDesigns.  They have some fantastic images great for Halloween cards and projects. 

The first card I made I used a Halloween Poison tag. For this particular tag, I used just the image and used fancy scissors to create decorative corners.

Here are the fun printables I used which can be found over at VectoriaDesigns. The images are so crisp and so easy to work with.

For this second card, I kept the image as a tag  and added another printable called Halloween Ticket strips.  I adhered them onto some fun crow designer paper that I have from a Halloween Paper stack from last year.

These are also available along with lots of other ticket printables over at VectoriaDesigns.

For my third card, I cut out a poison label from my Tim Holtz Paper stack called Laboratorie and layered the skull ticket on top to make another fun collage card.

Same idea on this one, just used a different …