Tuesday, January 23, 2018

"Rawr means I Love You"

It's Tuesday and that means another fun challenge at Tuesday Throwdown!  This week our them is the ever popular "Anything Goes" and our sponsor is.........(insert drumroll here).........


                           

Lawn Fawn sent us all some sweet stamps to work with and I got to use the cutest little dinosaur stamp set called "Rawr".



I've colored the little Dino with Spectrum Noir markers and cut him out.  The diecuts are Cricut cuts that worked perfectly with the stamp.  The twine is also a gift from our sponsor and was the inspiration for my color scheme.  The papers are all scrap pieces from my stash.  




This is the cute sentiment stamp that came with the set. 

I think this will be a perfect valentine for one of my Zebra Buddies!  





Thanks for stopping by and I sure hope to see you join us!  

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

"Layer It Up!" at Tuesday Throwdown!

Hello!  This week at Tuesday Throwdown we are sponsored by 

and our theme is "Layer It Up!"  I've used our sponsors image "Cupcake Cocoa" for my birthday card:


I got to use lots of scraps and stuff from my stash that's been waiting for a LONG time to be used!  Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll join us!


Tuesday, November 28, 2017

A cute Owl Christmas

Good Morning!  Today we have a new challenge at Tuesday Throwdown with the theme "Ribbons and/or Lace"  and our super sponsor this week is

 https://www.etsy.com/shop/KittyBeeDesign
I've used their image "Santa Owl" for my card.


I've colored the image with Spectrum Noir markers, cut it out with a Spellbinders die and mounted it on another Spellbinders die of gold foil cardstock.  The background paper is a beautiful freebie from the Cardmaking and Papercraft magazine and the centers of the flowers are also gold foil.  I added a strip of lace and ribbon with a ribbon bow and another bow of gold filigree thread.  

The inside sentiment is done with the Cricut write then cut feature:



Thanks for checking in!

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Thank You Ever So Much

This week at Tuesday Throwdown we are sponsored by
 https://www.etsy.com/shop/SasayakiGlitter

and our theme is "So Very Thankful"
  I've used our sponsor's image "Dorrie" for my thank you card:

 The image is colored with Spectrum Noir markers and distressed with Tim Holtz distress ink.  The sentiment stamp is one of the super sweet freebies from Cardmaking and Papercraft magazine.  The papers are all scraps from my stash and I'm not sure what paper pad they came from.  A little bling and a feather, also from my stash, finished it off.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll join us this week!

I've entered this card here:

Jingle Belles - thank you cards
Crafting with Dragonflies -  #93 use your stash plus bling
Die Cuttin' Divas - #343 Turkey or Thanks




Tuesday, October 31, 2017

We're Watercoloring!

Hello Bloggies!  It's Team A's turn again over at Tuesday Throwdown and this week we're sponsored by our own Design Team Sister, Crafty Girl!
 http://stitchybearstamps.com/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=13_114  Our theme this week is "Watercoloring".  Now there's something I haven't done in a long time!  I broke out the old watercolor paintset I found in my Mom's craft supplies when we cleaned out the house after Dad passed away.  Now, my Mom passed away back in 1993, so you can just imagine how old these paints are!

Anyway, here's my card:


I've used Crafty Girl's "Barbed Cross" image and painted it.  I used the paints to distress it and then painted up a piece of scrap paper.  I used a Spellbinders Die on that piece to mat the image.  The background papers are scraps from my stash.  I added a strip of brown mesh ribbon and bow to complete it.  

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll join us this week!

I've entered this card here:
Crafting From the Heart - #181 anything goes
Digi Chooseday - #44 anything goes


Sunday, October 29, 2017

"I Call on The Lord" Easel Card

Looking at my draft posts, I found this one that I never posted.  It was a DT card so I've edited the post.  I don't know why I never got it online, but here it is now.


I've used an image from The Stamping Boutique called "Blanket Flower"


 I colored the image with Spectrum Noir markers, then inked up the edges and mounted it on a Spellbinder's oval.  The card base is Cricut's "Folk Art Tulip Card" and I welded a square over all the fancy cuts to get a plain base.  The papers are from Die Cuts With a View "Pocket Full of Posies" 6x6 pad.  The bow is my first hand-tied triple bow!


The inside sentiment I made with the Write then Cut feature.


 This scripture sentiment is from Just Rite's "Cast All Your Cares" stamp set.

I love how this one turned out and it's going to a good friend who is going through a rough patch right now.

Thanks for stopping by!

I've entered this card here:
Polkadoodles Crafting Challenge -  Wk #43 Anything Goes
Crafter's Cafe - #183 Shaped Cards
Digi Chooseday -  #42 anything goes
Creative Craft Cottage -  #98 Use A Sentiment
Crafting With An Attitude - #32 anything goes

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Clean and Simple at Tuesday Throwdown

This week's challenge at Tuesday Throwdown is sponsored by
http://lacysunshine.weebly.com/ and our theme is Clean & Simple.

I've used an image from our sponsor for my card:



I really intended to use white glitter on the snow, but when I sprinkled it on, I realized it was white embossing powder!  Oh well, I liked how it turned out, so it was a happy accident!  I used a scrap piece of blue glitter cardstock for the snowflake, which is a Cricut cut.

I hope you will come on over and join us!

I have entered this card here:

Creative Knockouts -  #215 Clean & Simple
The Holly & the Ivy - #17 always anything Christmas