Sunday, February 26, 2012
Our Challenge over on the A Muse Consultant Challenge Blog was to create a card in one color. I used various shades of A Muse Studio pinks and created this awesome card. I also had a chance to use the grand calibur die cutting machine for the first time. It was a gift from my husband for Valentine's day, he had a 50% coupon for Micheal's and got it 50% off. Who am I to complain? I used Bubblegum polka dot paper, grapefruit, shell, Bubblegum glitter, Script Background which I forgot to add to inlinkz( I guess that is what happens when you enter week three of sickness) I am really loving how it turned out. I used the Grand Nestabillities to cut the shape of the card and let me tell you I think this is going to be a new favorite activity of mine those grand nesties are so COOL! Enjoy!
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
This card was really easy to make. I had some gloss white paper and I dipped each flower into my Lido and Grape Ink pads. I stamped with Lido and Grape with the background from Swanky Background set and then cut strips. Finished with Stamping the You in Blackberry and Make my life beautiful in black ink. The Ribbon is organdy sugar ribbon.
Monday, February 20, 2012
Sunday, February 12, 2012
This week's A Muse Challenge is Mardi Gras. Hop on over the consultant blog and see what the prize is for this week! Play a long and you could win. My card has Grape, Lido, and Evergreen a long with Onyx and sugar paper. I sponged the flowers using a mask from a sizzix sizzlet die.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
I received my stamps I picked out for 1/2 off when I promoted to Supervisor! Under the Big Top was one of my choices. I just love it! I used the color palate for this month called Urban Wildflowers. I also used the small heart from a set called Wish you were Here. I substituted Ocean Ink for Bermuda. Cardstock is Vanilla.
Monday, February 6, 2012
All Products A Muse Studio unless noted.
Ink: Grape, Grapefruit, Shell
Paper: Vanilla, Shell
Tools: White embossing powder around 4 layers then stamped the heart into the hot powder, heart die,
Other: Verve sentiment.