Creatively Artsyis my CTMH blog and this is my FUN Blog.
Here is where I can use any products and just do my own thing. I started out with just one sketch challenge and now I'm hooked. I wish there were more hours in the day.
I found this cute digi image on my computer and knew I had to make a card out of it. I think this may be the card I send out to all of those last minute Christmas Cards that I never got made. There is always someone you receive a Christmas card from a day or two before Christmas that you forgot. Here is the solution. Send a New Years Card!!! Truth be knowm. My Christmas Cards are usually snowmen. If I get them done before Christmas, I stamp Merry Christmas. If Not, I stamp Happy New Year. *Ü* The Inspiration for this card started with a sketch challenge from Digi Sketch Challenge Blog.
I purchased this SU stamp set some time ago mainly for the train. I Finally got around to making a card with it. I find it difficult to make masculine cards due to lack of really nice masculine images. I stamped the train and sentiment with Black Memento Ink, used clear detail embossing powder and heat embossed. I used a Close to my Heart Paper Pack called Wanderful. The Happy Birthday is from an upcoming April Stamp of the Month and the yellow stars are actually white stars that I colored to match the Honey Cardstock, with color Y222 ShinHan Alcohol marker. The round embellishment on the front of the circle was something I had lying around and thought it would look nice there. Why not.....one less thing lying around my craft room! *Ü* The design of this card was inspired by a sketch from Technostampers Challenge Blog.
I'm trying to wean myself away from Christmas cards. It's really hard for me since I really do love Christmas. While flipping through some files on my computer, I came across this picture. I have no clue where it came from but thought it would make a very nice Winter Birthday Card. I have two friends who have birthdays in January and thought it would be perfect. Once I had the picture printed out, I scouted around for the perfect sketch to inspire me. And I found it at Repeat Impressions. I used a wood grain Embossing Folder by Close to my Heart, for the background and pulled the blue from the picture to use for the background paper, which is Sky blue. A retired paper from CTMH. I couldn't get the look I wanted with the banner cut, so I punched both sides of the white CS and stamped Birthday Wishes on it and heat embossed it. I added three red enamel hearts to the upper right corner.
Here is another Christmas card using another stamp set from Sweet n' Sassy. This is called Christmas Light. I stamped the image and Sentiment and heat embossed with clear detail EP, and colored with Copic markers Colors on this are Green, Purple, and off white. I added some orange and yellow glitter to the flame. The inspiration for this card started with a sketch from Kraftin Kimmie.
Well, here it is December 1st already. Here is another cute Christmas card I made last night. I've had this stamp set for a year and this is the first time I've used it. I sometimes get overwhelmed with coloring. This stamp set is called Christmas Puppy from Sweet n' Sassy Stamps. I colored it with Copic Markers The inspiration came from the sketch challenge from Mark's Finest Papers. It is a challenge with a twist. Winter theme. Well, I guess Christmas is Winter....right?