Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Simply Watercolor Online Card Class


I have been counting down the days until Kristina's Simply Watercolor Online Card Class which started today, YAY!! Even though I was excited for this class to start, I must confuse that watercolor is not my favorite media, it's a little scary. Once you make a mistake it's very challenging to mix it. I decided to be brave and explore with watercolor paint with the inspiration and guidance of Kristina's watercolor class.  

I began by drawing the numbers by hand and added lines going across. The next step was to paint each area. I was being very careful, but to be honest with you I painted this numbers three times, as you have noticed the final result is completing different from my first photo. It's alright I had fun playing with watercolor. I think I'm starting to enjoy painting with watercolor. I'm so happy to have completed day one. I'm ready for day two so stay tuned for tomorrows project.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

CAS(E) this sketch! Chanllenge


I'm excited to share these cards today with you!

CAS(E) this sketch! inspired me to make these two cards using their current sketch. It was a bit rough at the beginning as it has been awhile since I participated in a challenge. But I love how these two cards turned out! Lately  I have been using a lot blues, turquoise, and gold on my cards, I just love the combination of these colors. I used stamps from Catherine Pooler Stamps of Approval kit, which I love very much.



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White Cardstock
Catherine Pooler Stamp of Approval
Distress Ink: Peacook Feathers
Stampin'Up: Pool Party
Recollection: Washi Tape
Stazon Ink; Black

Sunday, August 10, 2014

CASology Challenge: Happy Birthday Card


Today's card was inspired by CASology challenge cue card, stripes.This challenge gave me the chance to use my new candles4birthday stamp set  from Stamp of Life. This set come with a stripe of candles, which is so cute and perfect for this challenge!! For the front of the card I stamped the stripe of candles and  the Blow out the Candles message making them the focal point. Then I decided to add the Happy Birthday message in the inside of the card, but leaving enough space to write a message. Then I thought this card needed some bling, bling therefore I decided to add glitter on the candles. I had a challenging time with the glitter , yeah splashes of glitter landed all over my table. It was not pretty, but I'm so happy the glitter did not land on my card!

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White and Light Blue cardstockpaper
Black/Whtie Twine
Stamp'n Up  Bermuda Bay Ink

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Retro Sketches challenge

Hello, hello, hello....It has been a really long time since I posted :(  I'm trying to get back to my normal routine after some health issues.  I'm super excited to share this card I made inspired by this week's Retro Sketches challenge. As I was looking for materials I found these bright ribbons, which made me decided to make these ribbons the focal point of my card. I had so much making this card!! If you are reading this thank you and I hope you leave a comment:)

White Cardstok
Stamp'n Up Ink
Recollection Ribbons
Stamp of Life: Thank you Stamp

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Mojo Monday 329 Sketch

Hello, hope you are having a wonderful day !!!
This week Mojo Monday 329  Sketch inspired me to create this card. I had a lot of fun making this card, mixing different techniques, design papers, embossing, washi tape and added Glossy Accents for the hearts. This is fun sketch. 

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-Paper Studio White and Cream cardstock
-Purple Twine
-Simon Says Stamps!
-Recollection Washi Tape
-Stampin' Up Blushing Brigde Ink

Simply Watercolor Online Card Class

Hello, I have been counting down the days until Kristina's Simply Watercolor Online Card Class which started today, YAY!! Even ...