The first card is made by double cuttlebugging! I used plain cream cardstock, Sizzix embossing folder and Nestabilities to achieve the double embossing. Image is Great Impressions, (Thanks Cathy, love this image). I have colored it with copics added some glamour dust to the watering can and topped it off with ribbon from my stash.
This fits the challenge for Cuttlebug Spot --Double embossing
Next up-- I made a scrapbook page of a picture taken for our 40th wedding anniversary. I have used paper from K&Co. Used a stamp from outlines to make the heart. Cut out layers, popped them up using foam tape, added pearls, gorgeous flowers Prima from Simon Says. On the Swirls I used all purpose ink - Champagne from SU... really makes them pop
I thought I would use this for the challenge at Simon Says Stamp Their challenge was to make something vintage with flowers. Now you may not think my page is very vintage, however I think it is, but the two folks in the picture are definitely vintage. Just check out all that silver hair. LOL
Next card is an easel card. I have used papers from my scrapbox... Image is House Mouse which I have colored with copics, added glossy accents to the rain drops, ribbon and flowers from my stash. I colored the flowers with my copic markers to match my image. The tag is Magnolia
This fits the following challenges:
House Mouse -- Multifold card
Sorry about the dark picture in the next card. Sunlight didn't want to co-operate. LOL. This is the same image as used in the card above, but this time I have cut a sqare out in my card stock and placed a border around it using my punch from SU to create a frame. The green cardstock was embossed on the cuttlebug with a sizzix folder and then sanded. Added ribbon from my stash and a computer generated sentiment.
This fits the challenge for My Time To Craft