Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Tuesday Morning Sketches #543

Hello!  Thank you for stopping by.  I appreciate your visit. The first new 2020 sketch is up at Tuesday Morning Sketches.  Debbie is kicking off this challenge with a fantastic sketch!

My card features an embossing folder by Park Lane, dies from Spellbinders and an old Martha Stewart border punch.

I also used the Spellbinder Glimmer machine to foil the sentiment.  I'm still figuring this out so it's not perfect, but it's still pretty.  I guess I just don't need to run it through the Big Shot twice.  This impressed the card stock very deeply.

I finished the flowers with some Nuvo Crystal Drops in chocolate brown.

Please join us at the Tuesday Morning Sketches blog to play along and don't forget to leave the team some love.

Oh!  And don't forget - I'm selling my February 2020 Simon Says Stamp kit. 

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Tuesday Morning Sketches #542

Hello! Thank you for stopping by.  I do appreciate your visit.  The last revisited sketch is up at Tuesday Morning Sketches - this one is Patti's pick.  She actually picked a favorite of mine, too.  I loved working with this sketch.

My card features a stamp from the February Simon Says Stamp kit, hello die from Hero Arts, an old Cuttlebug folder (paisley) and some ribbon from my stash.  This card turned out pretty okay, but I really struggled with it.  More on that to follow.

This feels very denim and red bandanna to me.

Now about this stamp set - I did "shorten" the image by stamping one side, masking then stamping the other side by moving the image over about an inch and half.  It worked for the most part.  I was happy that my idea worked.  But I was so unhappy coloring the image and I came to the realization that I really don't like this set and I have no idea what possessed to me to get.  I felt no joy in stamping and coloring and it made me wonder if stamping is still "my thing."

So here's my offering.  I am willing to sell the entire kit.  I only used the one stamp, so it shows, but everything else is untouched.  The papers, card stock, the bits and bobbles, the die, the Scor-Tape and the envelopes.  The only thing that's not included in this sale is the little lollipop.  I will sell it for exactly what I paid - $36.98. This is the kit and shipping.  If you're interested, please email me at stampedbym at gmail dot com.  First come first served.

Alrighty - we'll see you over at the TMS blog to play along with the team.  Be sure to leave them some love, they deserve it.  They do an amazing job.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Tuesday Morning Sketches #541

Hello and thank you for stopping by!  I do so appreciate your visit.  The latest revisited sketch is up and this time it was my pick.  I chose one of Debbie's sketches that I loved playing with back in July.

My card features Small die kits of the month, heart die and label die all from Spellbinders, star embossing folder from Park Lane (JoAnn's) and some paper that has been in my basket for a long time.  This as close to a Valentine's Day card as I can get and I love how this turned out!

So cute, right?  This card went together so quickly and so easily.  The results are adorable.  I did cut a piece of vellum to back the flower and I offset the second layer instead of fitting it inside and then adhered the leaves.  I am so pleased with this card.   The only thing is I can't tell how it looks - this new-to-me laptop makes the colors look a bit washed out.

Please come join us over at the TMS blog to play along and be sure to leave some much deserved love for the team.  See there!

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Tuesday Morning Sketches #540

Hello, hello, hello!  Thank you so much for stopping by.  I am glad you did.  The latest revisited sketch is up at Tuesday Morning Sketches and this week's sketch is LJ's pick - she picked a classic by Debbie.

My card features some paper that I have had so very long.  It's called Hippie Chick by DCWV.  Some super old card stock from SU! that I honestly don't even know if these are current colors anymore.  Gable Green and Green Galore.  The butterfly is from a small DOM from Spellbinders and then I finished it off with a few dots of Nuvo Crystal Drops.  Super easy card and more layers than I've used in a very long time.

I did forget to mention that the scallop is from a border die by Simon Says Stamp and the frame behind the butterfly is inverted scallop frame from Pink and Main.

Again, thank you for stopping by and leaving your kind comments.  Please be sure to stop by the TMS blog to join in the fun and leave the team some love!