But then I get up to go use the Big Shot... and Louie takes my chair! He's all stretched out leaving NO room for me to even share the chair.
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22 March 2011
Once I cut the paper I hated it!
I was given some Jolee's by my DSS and they happened to be sitting close to each other and thought...humm
So I put this set together and it doesn't impress me, but it's alright! LOL
02 March 2011
The challenge was to use Sheet Music on a card. i didn't even know I had any.
Thank you Taylor (stagccva) for the challenge!
The background is a cuttle bugged piece I got from someone else (no idea what the folders name is)
I used all left over card stock from my last weeks project!
The Stamp Set is God's beauty, ink is SU Grey and the centers of the flowers I touched with a brown Spica Glitter Pen
Thank you Denise for the challenge! I like this sketch, I may use it again!
I had her cut out this morning and just tossed it aside, I couldn't find the inspiration for this one at all!
Michelle/Eliotstamps challenge is to make a card featuring a red dress in honor of heart health for women.
The dress part was easy....
Nestie Label #8 in Black CB with tiny hearts, the white is CB with large hearts
Cricut Cartridge I got from Holly ~ Independence Day for the lady. I colored her hair with SU Pastels
The heart shaped box with a rose on it jumped out at me!
I used Cricut George Cartridge for the Heart shaped Card Base
SU Stipple Rose and Pastels, I punched Double rectangle and and ran SU Wine Ribbon through
The tutorial does warn ya about catching the card stock on fire! LOL
I started out with a 5.25" x 4" piece! LOL
I stamped the same car image inside the card.
Thanks Julz, great challenge. Messy technique, but cool results!