November is almost here and you know what that means - the Edison Stamp, Scrap, Art Tour! Joyce and I will have a booth again at this year's show. It will be held at the New Jersey Convention Center on Sat. November 7 from 10AM to 5PM and Sunday November 8 from 10AM to 3PM. We will have plenty of samples and ideas to inspire your creativity. "Little Debi" will be teaching at our "make and take" table. The Close to My Heart Annual Inspiration idea book will be available along with the latest and greatest CTMH stamping and scrapbooking products. Speaking of inspiration, "Little" Debi has a fantastic BLOG so be sure to take a look.
stop by our booth to say hello to me and mention this post and I will
have a little surprise for you. Here is a buy one/get one coupon for
you. Feel free to pass it on to your friends. Hope to see you there! Here is a link to their WEBSITE.
Monday, October 19, 2015
I was in need of some birthday cards and when I came across this one at Crafts By Patty, it inspired me to get creating. Don't you just love being inspired to actually create (instead of just pinning)? The colors are so bright and fresh - just perfect for a birthday card.
This is the card I made for my niece - it is her 13th birthday! The numbers were cut from the Artistry cartridge. The stamp set is D1618 Build-a-Cake and the colors are Hollyhock, Pear, Glacier and Canary.
The next card is scraplifted from the inspiration card at Stamps By Patty. It uses the same colors and the Build-a-Cake stamp set.
Hope you are inspired to create something for someone special.
Friday, October 9, 2015
Marie's Blog then you are on the right track. It is a circular hop, so all you need to do is follow the link until you get back to the blog where you started. If you get lost along the way, just hop on over to Joyce's Blog where you will find a list of all the participants. I have enjoyed experimenting with the new Close To My Heart Watercolors and Watercolor Paper. The paper is great because it is so much thinner than what you can purchase in stores. It works great for layering on both cards and scrapbook pages.
The card base is Kraft Cardstock and the leaves were cut from the new Watercolor Paper using the Artistry cartridge. Then the leaves were colored using the Watercolor Paints (Z3132). It was fun to just mix the colors and see what the leaves looked like after they dried. There is a piece of the discontinued Burlap Ribbon in the background for even more texture.
Joyce and I were creating together a few weeks ago to get ready for the York Stamp Show and we decided to use the new Fallen Leaves (B1492) stamp set. We stamped the leaves in Cocoa ink and "watercolored" over top. You can see that the veins in the leaf got a bit washed out. The card has a circle cutout of Saddle Cardstock and backed with the watercolor paper. After we painted it we let it dry and then stamped Hello from the new For Family (C1633) stamp set.
Now it is time to hop to Joyce's Blog to see what she has created this month.