Monday, October 25, 2010
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Friday, October 22, 2010
This card is made from a piece of Club Scrap's Be Still kit, in yellow, the paper is 6.5x5.25, folded in half for a card size of 5.25x3.25. The white matte is 3x5 from a pack of POPs that I oredered with the Pure and Simple kit. Ink is Lagoon Club Scrap Hybrin in. Stamp also from Club Scrap, Academy kit, greetings Xtra. Card border was printed and cut on Cricut Imagine with the Imagine More cart. Flowers and brad from my stash
This super cute magnetic board is a piece of 5x7 flashing that I ordered in a share on the Cricut message board. Frame was printed and cut on Cricut Imagine with the Imagine More cart. The corners of the metal are rounded with a Zutter round it all and holes for ribbon were punched with my Crop a dile II. Buttons and fiber from my stash. Ribbon from Offray. I used red line sticky tape to attach small magnets to the back of the buttons. Thanks for looking :)
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
That's me on the left with our fearless moderator LoriD, from the www.clubscrapcommunity.com coffehouse forum.
Our pre-Retreat trip to Archiver's. Many of us don't have one nearby so we like to stop in while we are there. Left to Right, Jane, Catherine, Erin (that's me), Pam.
Check-in day chocolate party, hosted by the lovely Diane!
A view of waiting Retreaters from the top of the grand staircase at the hotel.
Monday, September 27, 2010
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
This first card is made with Adobe Sand paper (which if you are not familiar with Club Scrap paper, it is an 80lb Cardstock, the good stuff! ) The Imagine prints beautifully on this paper, the flower stamp is from the Arts n Crafts Jr. kit. Ink is Club Scrap Hybrid Ink in Earth. Prints are from Imagine more cartridge. Added Glossy Accents to the armadillo's shoes and hat. I didn't keep track of what size I cut all of these, but if I had it to do over, I would have made this cut much larger.
This next card and all of its elements are on Adobe Sand paper, prints and cuts from Imagine More.This card base is Arts n Crafts Tomato paper. Cuts from Home Decor and More, filler prints and border are from Imagine More.This Yellow card base and Green mat are made from Arts n Crafts, Turquoise 3x5 mat is from a pack of POPs from Adobe. Print and cuts are from Best Friends. Here we have another Arts n Crafts Tomato base and Jr. stamp with print and cut from Best Friends, and added Glossy Accents to the screen of the computer and phone.I intentionally left all of these cards mostly flat so that they will go through the over seas mail easily. Thanks for looking and as always, comments are appreciated