Thursday, July 11, 2013

Playing with subtles

Tonight I was playing with subtle colors and although I am not so sure I love this color combination, I tolerated it long enough to create 2 cards. For some reason the combo made me thoughtful and grateful (or it could be the fact that my dear oldest daughter turned into a teenager today) I have no idea where time goes. So please forgive my meloncholy Spirit today.
Also purple is one of her favorite colors. These two cards are paired together using very vanilla, wisteria wonder and calypso coral. I also threw in some pear pizazz for a spark of green. I hope you enjoy these the stamp sets are from simply sketched and trust God. These two are quickly becoming some of my favorite stamps

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Playing with new paper and stamps..

I was beyond thrilled when the ups man stopped by not once but twice this week. That meant new goodies from the new Stampin up catalog. Tonight's post is for two new colors (island indigo is actually. Bring back) and the other is calypso coral . You will notice that I have layered these with very vanilla and chocolate chip. The sentiments are from a new set entitled true God and also simply sketched.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

One sheet wonder pt 3

Tonight's card is one of my favorites in the bunch. Using the postage stamp punch and pumpkin pie card stock as a base. I have cut the sesigner paper into 1x1 pieces matted in crushed curry and tempting turquoise. I am still working on getting the video loaded to this page so please be patient. All of these items are available through Stampin up just hit the shop button .
I just noticed that my postage stamps are crooked because my 11 year old daughter was helping with pics :))

Monday, July 8, 2013

One sheet wonder

Part 2: this card is the first of the week. It was made using my personal designer paper I made. Very simple layout using pumpkin pie for layering and pumpkin pie satin ribbon

Sunday, July 7, 2013

A week of one sheet wonder

Ok so this week was going to be monochromatic and i got distracted on Pinterest with a technique called one sheet wonder. I have worked up six cards for a class using 1 sheet of card stock that I stamped with 4 different colors to create my own printed dsp (designer series paper)
Here is a pic of all 6 cards.... But each day I will focus on 1 cards detail. Tomorrow I will post for you the layout page that caught my interest of this neat design.
Here is the paper that I created using the mixed bunch stamp set and pumpkin pie, crushed curry, Sahara sand , and tempting turquoise  inks. I love the color combinations if the 3 brights and 1 neutral