Suzanne Dean http://www.scrapbitz.blogspot.com/
Tori Wild http://www.wildsprinkles.blogspot.com/
Chat Wszelaki http://www.memystampsandi.blogspot.com/ Junior DT member
Carolina Buchting http://www.creativepad.typepad.com/
Leigh Obrien http://www.sunflowerstudio.typepad.com/
Kristen Catalano http://www.scrap-creations1.blogspot.com/
Colleen Wold http://www.glitterink.blogspot.com/
Amber Kroening http://www.somanycolorssolittletime.blogspot.com/
Laura Leonard http://www.lu-lascorner.blogspot.com/
Janna Hull http://www.stampspaperglitterohmy.blogspot.com/
Alex Maldonado http://www.fairyblossoms.typepad.com/
January Guest Designer Corrina Farrar http://www.heartfulstamping.blogspot.com/
The first card I am going to show you is for the sketch challenge over at Paper Craft Planet from two Saturday's ago. Yikes, I am behind! It was such a fun sketch and I needed a card for the little boy our neighbor watches, that it worked out perfectly!
Isn't this image adorable!!! I don't have very many little boys in my life (I have two neices and a daughter) but since the addition of my nephew and the little boy next door, I have an increasing need for little boy stamps and boy does this one fit the bill!! So I started this card by stamping Pip With Presents by Sugar Nellie on white card stock and colored him in with my copics and markers. Following the sketch, I mounted him on blue DP and red card stock. I layered on several different DPs and then crisscrossed a blue ribbon in the background. I cut out presents using my cricut machine and mounted them in the corner. I finished the card by adding glitter pen and printing off the sentiment on my computer and popping it off the presents so that it looks like a piece of ribbon. It is so cute!!!
My second card for today illustrates my very twisted sense of humor. I just couldn't help myself. The first time I saw this set with the bear, I immediately thought of the movie A Christmas Story.
I actually gave this card to my dad and added some glasses to the little girl! A Christmas Story is our absolute favorite movie of all time so he loved it! Okay so I started this card by stamping Isabelle and the bear costume from Isabelle Paper Dolls by MFT on white card stock. I masked off the bear's ears before I stamped them and then drew in the bunny ears. I then colored her in with my markers and copics and adhered her to a background I drew in and colored. I cut her out along with a piece of blue, pink and green card stock using my nesties. Using my sewing machine I layered on two different kinds of DP and blue and green card stock. To complete the card I added green rhinestone stickers to the two corners. I am just so pleased with this card! It really brings back memories!
Well, I am off to get Izzy up and make her some breakfast. My parents are coming tomorrow so I really need to get the house cleaned up today! Thanks as always for stopping by and sharing in my good news!!