Monthly Archives: June 2009
Here is mine, using the Bees Sheet set! Don’t forget to use my shopping code for 10% off your Starving Artistamps & DoodleFactory stamps savetenAC!
Thanks to my long time friend Dawn for this wonderful award! Sorry it took me awhile to post, but I’ve been crazy busy! Thank YOU!
In addition to adding the way cute graphic to my blog I must also do the following:
1. Comment on this blog.
2. Cut and paste the award logo and use it on your own blog.
3. Nominate 5 to 10 blogs you feel show great attitude and gratitude.
4. Link to your nominees within your blog post.
5. Comment on their blogs to let them know they received the award.
6. Link back to the person who gave you the award to show your appreciation.
Besides BasicGrey, one of my favorite scrapbooking companies is My Mind’s Eye. Weathered looking paper, hip embellishments and terrific color combinations bring a whole new emphasis to a themed package. One of MME’s newest line called “Breaking Free”, has a bunch of mini collections all in-line with the main theme. The mini collection that I worked with this month at Cherry Blossom Studio was entitled Cowabunga “oh so very cool”. How fun is that?? Full of great orange and teal tones, this paper brings you right to the beach with the surf lapping at your toes! Grab your surfboard, we’re leaving!
MME Breaking Free paper, rub-ons & die cuts
American Crafts Thickers
I just think these faeries are too cute! Heather at Faerie Song Art Stamps has a great variety of pixies, faeries, dragons, wizards, mermaids and goddesses to suit any fantasy themed stamp fanatic. I created this card for a theme of the month 1:1 card swap on the Florida Stampers Yahoo group – I hope my partner likes it!
Using Copics and PK Glitz embossing powder with Faerie Song Art Stamps made this card come together nicely.
Starving Artistamps is at it again! Introducing the Van Gogh technique in the June Technique Junkies Newsletter (TJNL), come join in on the fun for a cool contest! If you are a subscriber to the newsletter be sure to check out Pat’s Blog post on how you can enter the Van Gogh Contest sponsored by Starving Artistamps and the TJNL.
Below is my version of the technique using one of my favorite Starving Artistamps stamps. Thanks for looking!