Friday, November 20, 2009

Some November Crafting to Share

I thought I would share some cards I have made recently.

A get well card for a swimming friend. I love how the Brocade Blue Designer Series Paper looks like a pool bottom! The stamp set is from Pun Fun. I watercolored with Neutrals Watercolor Crayons and used the Color Spritzer tool with Brocade Blue marker to make the speckled background.

A thank you card that I made for the WICKED demo challenge on SCS. This uses "faux snow", made by rolling up scrap cardstock and grating with a cheese grater. Who would have thought? It actually came out very soft and touchable! The tutorial is on Jackie Topa's website.

Stamps: Pun Fun; Paper: Regal Rose, Pretty in Pink, Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, Whisper White scrap, Close to Cocoa DSP (currently available on Clearance Rack); Ink: Chocolate Chip; Accessories: Oval punch, Aquapainter, Watercolor Crayons, Cheese Grater, CC Grosgrain ribbon, Texturz Background I, Big Shot, Sewing machine.

A birthday card for mountain biking fans. Stamps: Hit the Road; Paper: Dusty Durango, Chocolate Chip, So Saffron, More Mustard, Very Vanilla; Ink: Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel; Accessories: Sponge, Aquapainter, Earth Elements Watercolor Crayons, Ribbon, Texturz Background I, Big Shot.

And a birthday card experiment for stampin' buddy Michele, her website and fab work here. It is a pop-up card adapted from a Mother's Day card in Stampin' Up's Stampin' Success magazine. Did I ever mention that if you too sign up to be a demo, you can get this magazine every month full of great ideas and stampin' techniques?

Here it is opening up.

And a little farther open.

Here is a close up of the microbeads I used on the inside flower.

Stamps: Manhattan Flower, Wonderful You, Sincere Salutations; Paper: Kraft, Old Olive, Bordering Blue, Naturals White; Ink: Bordering Blue, Old Olive, Basic Black Classic ink and marker; Accessories: Corner rounder, Scallop edge punch, Spritzer tool, Gingham ribbon, Clear rhinestone brad, Felt flowers, Silver microbeads, Sponge.

Thanks for stopping by!

2 comments:

rubberredneck said...

Awsome cards!! love the flower one!

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

Wonderful cards Heidi especially the Fifth Ave. Floral one. Sent me to my craft room to CASE once I saw it. Thanks for sharing!

Hugs from a sister demo - Jean Fitch