Saturday, February 27, 2010
I absolutely love the stamps by Kraftin' Kimmie. Annie Rodrigue is an amazing artist!!
I've been trying to finish this card using Charlotte for a bit and so decided to finish it with some buttons and bows so I could enter it in Kraftin' Kimmie's challenge this week.
I used my spellbinders, copics, momentos black ink, the paper, buttons, and ribbon were a mix of CTMH and from my stash. I didn't put a sentiment on because I still haven't decided what I want to use this card for. I'll likely add it in the bottom left hand corner when I do.
Saturday, February 20, 2010
I took this picture out at camp last summer. The frog was my subject but if you look closely there are some others in the picture (:
I used my new Slice for the first time for the title. The paper is CTMH's Caboodle. I also used Spot on Backgrounds stamp set and CTMH ink. I still want to add a couple of things to this page but haven't got to it. The journalling is hidden under the picture.The chipboard is CTMH's Organic DE in colour. I also used an SU punch for the tab.
12 of 104 (:
Friday, February 19, 2010
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
My boys decided they needed mohawks one day so I gave in and let them have them for a couple of weeks (:
I loved the Lime Rickey paper so much, I used my last little piece on this layout.
The CS is from a pad my cousin had. The chipboard frame is CTMH, the others are Tim Holtz grungeboard. I used CTMH stamp sets: Spot on Backgrounds and Ticket Tags, CTMH ink and ribbon.
11 of 104 pages complete.
Sunday, February 7, 2010
This is my layout for the Scrap and Stamp Challenge (see blinkie on my sidebar) for their blog hop this weekend. The red paper is from my stash. The black CS, chipboard hearts, ribbon, ink and glitter is all CTMH, the chipboard letters are from my stash, and I used the background LOVE stamp from the Ippity set Because of You, that I got from my friend Stephanie(see Ippity blinkie on my sidebar)
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Friday, February 5, 2010
So our favourite saying lately, especially Codie's is "I'm Thinkin', I'm Thinkin', I'm Thinkin'" This comes from the Night at the Museum 2, the part when they ask the Thinking Man a question. So when I saw this picture of Codie in the pile I thought that was a perfect title. I didn't add a ton to this page, just a bit of Tim Holtz Grungeboard and brads. I used the George cartridge on the cricut for the title, CS is CTMH and the B&T is from my stash.
9 of 104 pages complete.