Monthly Archives: December 2012

Take a “Moo” Word Challenge

These are my very first Moos I’ve ever made and I have to say they are a bit addictive.  The die cuts are Tim Holtz,  and so are the inks.  The pink one uses The Crafters Workshop stencil.  The red … Continue reading

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Window page

I made this background (which is the bright colors in the windows) over several months, using up leftover paint from various other projects.  The stamps are Chocolate Baroque and are drop dead gorgeous!  The one in the center bottom is … Continue reading

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Ode to James Audubon in Cards

I made this set of cards for my mommy-in-law for Christmas.  I found a book of James Audubon’s wonderful paintings (don’t worry it was a new re-print book, not an original) and knew exactly what to do with it – … Continue reading

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Dad’s Christmas Gift Card

I made this simple card to hold dad’s gift card for Christmas.  It took me about five minutes to make.  Background is Tim Holtz Riveted Metal dry embossing on cardstock covered with aluminum tape. I then painted it with black … Continue reading

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A textured season

I did this page in my journal for a couple of challenges:  3 Muse “Go Wild with Texture and Layers” and Take a Word – “Tis the Season”.  I did not document the process due to lack of time.  I … Continue reading

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Christmas Card 2012

This years Christmas cards.  After buying a bunch of stamps for Christmas cards, I finally ended up using not one single one, but instead some old background stamps. The card is embossed with Tim Holtz Poinsettia and then heat embossed … Continue reading

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Steampunk Christmas Tree Card

I’m still trying to design my Christmas cards.  I’m on a steampunk kick lately but I’m afraid most people won’t get it so I’m reluctant to go all out.  I send my Christmas cards to a very wide audience, and … Continue reading

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