Friday, April 18, 2014

Clowning Around!

I hope you are having a blessed Good Friday!

Today, I have a card using "Sir Carl Clown" from A Day for Daisies.

This image is from this month's Re-release, "Clowning Around"!  Such sweet and fun images!
I love that he could be made in any set of colors!
To go along with this re-release, there is a challenge on the A Day for Daisies Blog: Challenge #94 ~ Use Stripes!

There are some more wonderful creations made by my fellow design team members:

Arielle
Broni
Danielle
Juliana
Mila
~
Do you know about the "club kit"? It is a wonderful and budget friendly way to get A Day for Daisies images. There is more information here.

Have a blessed Easter Weekend!


Card Details:
Image: Sir Carl Clown from A Day for Daisies;
Coloring Medium: Copic Markers;
Paper: dp: Dena Designs; Bazzill colored cardstock; Georgia Pacific white;
Accessories: foam tape, circle and corner rounder punches, twine, ric rac;

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Thank You Time

This week I was on the receiving end of a true kindness.

I thought the "Vintage Floral Clock" would make the perfect thank you note.


Card Details:

  • Image: Vintage Floral Clock from "A Day for Daisies";
  • Fonts: Arsenal White and Simon Script;
  • Paper: sage and white cardstock;
  • Coloring Medium: Copic Markers;
  • Accessories: Spelbinders die; Sizzix embossing folder, buttons, ric rac; foam tape


Thank you for stopping by, today!

Friday, April 11, 2014

Ham & Bacon Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Ham and (Kevin) Bacon Blog hop!

If you are looking for today's A Day for Daisies post, click here.

You should have come from the Hambo Hoedown Blog (if not you might just want to head back there so you do not miss a thing).

Here is my card:


Can you guess the movie inspiration???
Yup!  Tremors! (the original -- not any later versions ;) )

For the card I used "Rattler" by Hambo Stamps.

Interesting fact:  I am two degrees from Kevin Bacon!  I (as stage manager and light board op.) worked with Calista Flockhart in Bovver Boys, an off Broadway production in 1990 and she was in movie Telling Lies in America with Kevin in 1997.
Ready for more  HAM & BACON!?!
Please continue on to Lisa Cassidy's Blog -- "My Lil' Bits"!

There will be a shopping spree awarded to one hopper who leaves comments along the way!!
All the details are available at the beginning of the hop on the Hambo Hoedown Blog!




Card Details:Image: "Rattler" by Hambo Stamps;Coloring Medium: Copic Markers;Papers: Bo Bunny and Bazzill Cardstock;Accessories: Corner rounder punches, felt heart, and foam adhesive;



Swing into Spring!

There are definite signs of spring showing themselves in Michigan!

There is something about spring that takes me back to my childhood.   One of the marks of spring was a snow-free playground at school.  The best part of the playground was the swings!!

I love pumping and getting above the bar, and then sometimes just gliding back and forth!

This image, Easter Day from A Day for Daisies, reminds of that free feeling:

This sweet girl is enjoying the breeze and imagining flying over the trees!!

She is colored with Copic markers and cut out.  The background was created with an ink blending tool and a scrap of paper punched with a scalloped circle.

Need more spring!?!?
Simply check out what my fellow design team members have created:

Arielle
Broni
Danielle
Juliana
Mila
~
Want all of the "Happy April" images!?! Check out the Club!
AND there is still time to join the "All about Easter Challenge #93"!!!
I really hope you can join us!

Happy Spring Friday!!


Card Details:Image:  Easter Day from A Day for Daisies;
Coloring Medium: Copic Markers;
Paper: white and coral cardstock;
Accessories: foam tape, ink blending tool, scallop circle and square punches;
(sentiment was computer generated using the "Girth Control" font)

Friday, April 04, 2014

Easter Joy!

Easter is on its way!

And, of course, A Day for Daisies has a wonderful new release to help celebrate Easter and spring!  Tammy has outdone herself with these sweet images!!  I am in love with all of them!

We also have a challenge on the A Day for Daisies Blog: #93 --  All About Easter!

I have the joy of using "Easter Friend":

What a patient little bunny to let this little girl share her bonnet!

There is more to see on the blogs of my fellow design team members:

Arielle
Broni
Danielle
Juliana
Mila
~
I would like to remind you  about the CLUB for A Day for Daisies images. It is a great deal!

Please join us in our "All About Easter" Challenge, too!

Enjoy your Friday, and thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog!



Card Details:
  • Digital Image: "Easter Friend" by A Day for Daisies; (sentiment was computer generated)
  • Paper: pale purples from Bazzill; white cardstock; dp from DCWV;
  • Coloring Medium: Copic and Shinhan markers;
  • Accessories: foam tape, Spellbinders dies, Liquid Pearls,  Martha Stewart Hydrangea punch;