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Sunday, July 27, 2008
More ATCs

Monogram ATCs

I made these monogram ATCs for a Shackie swap. I used my Sizzix for the letters and cut the mail letter out of chipboard and covered it. stamped it with a flower background from TAC (retired GWP). Added Primas with brads and a touch of ribbon. I love the fun whimsical look.

July Flower - Larkspur

I made these for another ATC swap ... used Script Background as my background stamp. Found the picture on the internet and then added "larkspur" primas with brads and liquid pearls. I was really scared since I didn't have a larkspur stamp ... but I love the results.


I made this ATC with a stamp set from Creative Cafe and the other (luggage, world, postcard) is unknown. I colored them with pencils and OMS and pop-dotted the world. Love the vitage fell of this one!

Ruff Ruff Ruff

This cute dog stamp is by Art Gone Wild. "Ruff" is from a retired dog set at TAC. I colored the dog with pencils and OMS and then pop-dotted the head. Added the paw print ribbon and viola!! .... cute and lovely!

Number 1

This ATC was made for a numbers swap. The siver 1 was die cut on my Sizzix. Used glossy black and silver papers to dress this up. "Happy New Year" is from a retired TAC set. The January Circle is from Date Disks by TAC. Finished off the card with black and white polka dot ribbon.

Circle Card Challenge

Over on Gina K's Split Coast Stamper site there was a challenge to make a circle card.

Owl be Thinking of You

Here was what I came up with. I used the Owl Always Love You owl set by Gina as well as the Punchy Words sentiment set. I used Marvy Uchida punches for the inner scalloped circle and punched millions of littler circles to make the scallop on the outer edge (that took a wee bit of time). I added white dots with my white gel pen and a little ribbon and Viola! I absolutely love this card!

Thursday, July 24, 2008
ATC Challenge

ATC Challenge

I was in this ATC challenge where the hostess sent us the ATC cards on the left as well as metal game spinners and then we had to alter the cards. My versions are on the right. This was very challenging for me at first and then I just let me imagination take over and I was done. I really really like how these turned out. I am hoping this was what they were looking for. I had a lot of fun with these.
Sunday, July 13, 2008
Playing with Another New Set!

Thank You!

Here is another card that I made today, playing with my new TAC sets! This one is called Just Dream and this month you can even get a special limited edition of these angels. I colored her with my prismacolor pencils and OMS. The circle was stamped with the Circle Sampler and punched using the scalloped circle punch. Added some patterned paper at the bottom and tied some ribbon.
Sunday, July 06, 2008
40th Birthday

My Boss's Birthday Card - Front

Funny coincidence ... my boss and I went to the same high school and college ... but never knew each other (or of each other) until we started working together 5 years ago. He was 1 year ahead of me and my high school class was 900 kids and college was 40,000 students. Anyway, so when we learned of each others past, I found all of his high school yearbook pictures ... and thought - someday these will come in handy! Well today was the day! Here is his 40th birthday card with all of the yearbook pictures that I could find.

My Boss's Birthday Card - Inside

This is his work ID picture ... We had to do a project last year with all of the higher ups pictures so I had this from then. It was really hard trying to come up with a saying for the inside of the card ... didn't want to be too mean ... but I think this is ok!

I tried to keep it to the masculine side while dressing it up as much as I could.

I have a bad feeling that paybacks could be hell!!! My high school pictures are sooooo hideous!

You "Skinny Cow"

Great Job - You Skinny Cow!

I was inspired today with these creations (click here). I didn't have any popsicle sticks handy but I did have Skinny Cows in the freezer! What an excuse to eat one (only 1 WW point though!!!)

Used An Udder Birthday set and Tag Tidbits from TAC. Colored the image with my watercolor crayons and edged the image with Burnt Umber palette ink. Tied ribbon around the stick and viola ... my fudgsicle!!!

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