I did sew myself a new top this week, but I don’t have pictures to share yet. So until then, here is a card I made for a friend. Her baby girl was born a few weeks ago and I intend to sew up a diaper carrier for her in the near future.
|Hedgehog stamp by Penny Black; Patterned paper by Close to My Heart; Paper flowers by Hero Arts
I’m going on a short road trip for a few days and I plan to wear my new top tomorrow. My photographer agreed to stop along the way long enough to take some pics of me in my new outfit. You know how some men are – making good time, can’t stop now! 🙂
When I return I will post a review and pictures of my new Vogue peplum top. I love it and I can’t wait to share it with my sweet readers. The pattern is a winner, IMHO. Until then, have a terrific weekend.
Here’s a quick little card I made for my parents.
My inspiration for this card is from Nichol Magouirk’s blog. I used Gina K. Designs ivory cardstock for the card base and the pumpkin rubber stamp is from her Falling for You Stamp TV kit. I stamped the pumpkins on watercolor paper, then heat embossed with white embossing powder, and painted in with Close to My Heart markers (goldrush & olive) spritzed with pearlized water. It was a technique I learned in Jennifer McGuire’s Inpsiration Showcase online card class last month. I adhered them to the front of the card using pop dots. The spider & web & BOO! acrylic stamps are from Close to my Heart (CTMH). I die cut the tree and fence using my Silhouette. I cut the tree out of ivory cardstock, then rubbed CTMH chocolate dye ink on it and let it dry. Then I used CTMH colonial white dye ink on the Hero Arts designer woodgrain background stamp to give the tree a little dimension. The background paper is from a 6 x 6 paper pad by My Mind’s Eye called Mischievous.
I’m currently quilting my bed runner and hope to have a review posted on here in the next few days.
Here are my 2011 Easter cards:
The card itself is made from Gina K designs pure luxury cardstock (lemon drop) which I cut to 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ and scored with my Scor Pal at 4 1/4″. Then I stamped and embossed the fabulous design from Gina K designs (Christ has Risen by Nina Brackett) in black embossing. Then I stamped the background stripes (Hero Arts Repositionable Rubber Stamp) with Vivid ink (lemon ice). The greeting is from the same Christ is Risen stamp set from Gina K designs and I cut the label (labels #14 by Spellbinders) using my Cricut. The pearl embellishments are from Close to my Heart.
Here is the inside of the card. Again the sentiment is from the Christ is Risen stamp set.