Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Pumpkin Card - CCC Digi

Wow, it's October 1st already! Before you know it, it's going to be Christmas. I'm so not ready!
I made my first Halloween card for the season. Using this really cute whimsical pumpkin digi image from Oak Pond Creations. She has some of the cutest images in her Etsy store! I colored the pumpkins with Copic markers YR02, YR04 and YR07 and for the leaves I used G21 and G28. I then airbrushed around the edges with E33. I embossed some Black Magic Core'dinations to back the pumpkin image and used Fancy Pants corrugated kraft paper behind that. For the punched border I used a Fiskars border punch.
Here is the finished results....



This fortnight's sponsor is

Oak Pond Creations are offering one lucky winner, their choice of 3 digi stamps from their store.
If you would like to be in for a chance of winning this fabulous prize, simply enter your creation using a digi stamp image with a border or punch, at CCC Digi Creations. Can't wait to see what you create!

Product List:

Cardstock: Core'dinations
Mixed Media: Distress Stickles Antique Linen, Distress Ink Gathered Twigs
Ribbon/fibers: Burlap
Digital elements: Whimsical Pumpkin digi image from Oak Pond Creations
Miscellaneous: Copic Markers, Fancy Pants Corrugated Kraft Sheet, Fiskars Boarder Punch, Sizzix Embossing Folder
Challenge Site: CCC Digi Creations

Monday, September 29, 2014

Be Yourself - LGS 5th week

Hello scrappy friends! Since there is 5 Mondays this month in September, Let's Get Sketchy is having a 5th week challenge for the month. The challenge is to do a selfie page.... ugh! lol  I don't normally do pages with me as the main subject so this really was a challenge for me. This is what I came up with....
I added some paint in with some Modeling paste and a stencil to get the blue dots on the background and also used the plain white modeling paste to get the white chevron texture on the background. Sprayed some mists to get the drips and layered a bunch of Fancy Pants Meology papers up.




Product List:

Cardstock: American Craft, Core'dinations
Patterned paper: Fancy Pants Meology
Embellishments: Fancy Pants, Studio Calico, Cloud 9
Stickers: Studio Calico
Multimedia: Molding Paste, water paints, tattered angels
Ribbon/fibers: thread
Challenge Site: Let's Get Sketchy

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Lovin' it

Let's Get Inspired has a sketch challenge up for a chance to be published in their Issue 5 Magazine. Loved this sketch!! For the circle elements of the sketch I used some Gesso on a baby wipe and some squeezed orange dylusions. Then I sewed some vellum circles over it.





This is the sketch I used.

Product List

Patterned paper: Fancy Pants True Friends, My Mind's Eye Jubilee
Embellishments: Prima, Fancy Pants
Stickers: Fancy Pants, Washi Tape
Ink, embossing powder, paint: Gesso, Dylusions
Ribbon/fibers: Thread
Miscellaneous: My Mind's Eye, Vellum
Sketch Designer: Jenessa Franco

Friday, September 26, 2014

"Hello Fall" Let's Get Sketchy Blog Hop


Hello and welcome to the Let's Get Sketchy "Hello Fall" blog hop! If you have arrived here from Brenshevia's blog welcome to the hop!! If you have stumbled across this by chance and want to play along then you can head back to the Let's Get Sketchy site to start at the beginning.

The girls here at LGS are excited about the change in the season and thusly we are celebrating with a “Hello Fall” blog hop and giving away lots of daily prizes and a grand prize of a $25.00 gift voucher to Creative Embellishments. To be eligible to win any of our hop prizes you will need to
1. visit each designer’s blog
2. leave some love on each of our design team’s blog’s and
3. follow each of their blogs.
Each member of the DT will be sharing a Fall themed project for your inspiration. To find out how to win our Grand Prize as well as lots of other giveaways, make sure you visit the LGS blog!
For your Fall inspiration I have created this layout from a picture of Lake Tahoe. I feel so very grateful to of been able to grow up in my opinion, one of the most beautiful places in the world... Incline Village, Nevada. It is beautiful there all year, but I especially love when the aspen trees change colors.





The grand prize that you could win!!!

and here is the RAK that I am contributing to one lucky winner! :)
Due to shipping cost, I will only be shipping to the US.

Thank you for looking and joining our LGS blog hop!

I also used the mood board at Let's Get Inspired for one of the challenges to get published in their upcoming magazine release. There is still time to get your entries in!

****Next up on the hop is Melinda G.****

Product List:

Cardstock: Bazzill
Patterned paper: Bo-Bunny Beautiful Life, Basic Grey
Embellishments: Kaiser Craft. Petaloo
Stickers:
Alpha: Little Yellow Bicycle
Mixed Media: Smooch Spritz
Ribbon/fibers: Twine
Miscellaneous: Little Yellow Bicycle

Monday, September 22, 2014

Eggs To Dye For - LGS

I decided to be a rebel and do a Easter page for the Let's Get Sketchy challenge that is up today, since so many challenges out there right now all want fall themes and colors. Plus, I have been on a mission lately to use up some of this old stash that I have. It always seems like I get new stuff and use that and keep ignoring all the old. Guess we all kinda do that, huh? lol






Product List:

Patterned paper: Imaginisce For Peep's  Sake, We R Memory Keepers Hippity Hoppity
Embellishments: WRMK
Stickers: WRMK, Sandylion
Alpha: Paper Trunk
Mixed Media: Dylusions Lemon Zest, Water Paints
Writing Tools: Zig
Sketch Designer: Bev Code
Challenge Site: Let's Get Sketchy

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Ready, Aim, Splat! - RCS

Today I have a page that I created for Red Carpet Studio, the challenge is to use any Robin Williams movie as your inspiration. So I used some pictures of my son and hubby paintballing with the movie "Good Morning Vietnam" as my inspiration for it. I did some major grunge work on the background of this page. I used lots of mists, distressed stamps, modeling paste, crackle paint and crinkled, wrinkled, ripped and distressed it to death. The poor paper went through a major battle! lol
I cut the crosshairs, grenade and title all out on my Cameo. Pop dotted up the picture block and used bits and pieces of some cork. I wasn't so sure about this page at 1st but it actually ended up being a rather fun page to create.





Product List:

Cardstock: Core'dinations
Patterned paper: Scrap Within Reach The District 406
Stamps: Unknown
Mixed Media: Modeling Paste, Ranger Crackle Paint, Tattered Angels Mists, Ranger Distress Ink
Ribbon/fibers: Twine
Miscellaneous: Silhouette Cameo, TCW Stencil, Cork, Pop Dots
Challenge Site: Red Carpet Studio

Friday, September 19, 2014

Red Belt - MSAM Sketch #91

Yay, it's Friday! Not only is it Friday but there's also a brand new sketch up on the My Scraps & More Sketches blog today and the sketch is one that I designed. :) I am the featured sketch designer on the blog today, you can find more out about me by going to the post here.
The pictures I used are of my daughter the day she became a red belt from a brown belt in karate. One more testing and if she passes she will be a black belt, which is quite a huge accomplishment at the age of 8!
I decided to go with a black, white and red theme to go with her red belt and found this lace cardstock hidden in my stash. Remember when that stuff used to be really popular? I've never really been good at figuring out what to do with them. I cut this one into a circle and I really like how it looks. I also used some super old papers from 7 Gypsies. I'm happy to finally of found a use for those papers and to also use up more of my stash.


I cut the title out on my Cameo, I'm really loving making my own titles lately.




Product List:

Cardstock: American Crafts, Lace CS unknown
Patterned paper: 7 Gypsies Savannah & Gypsy Market Papers
Embellishments: Queen & Co. Pearls, Prima Flowers, 
Mixed Media: Water Paints, Heidi Swapp Color Shine Black
Ribbon/fibers: Thread
Miscellaneous: Cameo
Sketch Designer: Nadine (Me)
Challenge Site: My Scraps & More Sketches

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Guy Birthday Card - CCC digi

I love the digital images over at Bugaboo Digi Stamps! The humor in them are great or maybe it's just my warped sense of humor...lol  Either way, they have best images for so many different occasions to make you smile and also serious ones too.
I created this card using Gus the Golfer digi image and colored him with Copic Markers.




Product List:

Cardstock: Bazzil
Patterned paper: WRMK White Out Collection
Stickers: EK Success
Ribbon/fibers: Twine
Digital elements: Bugaboo Digi Stamps
Miscellaneous: Copic Markers, Brads, Sizzix Embossing Folder
Challenge Site: CCC Digi Creations & Turtle Soup

Monday, September 15, 2014

Picture Perfect - CC

Today I have a sketch from Colorful Creations to share with ya all. Colorful Creations is also having a design team call, so if you love to scrap and also love to work with sketches then you will love this team. So what are you waiting for, the call ends on Sept. 23!!
On the background I sprayed some mists and also used a brick stencil with some modeling paste and then after it dried I painted the paste with some watercolors to give the rustic brick look. This picture of my kids was about 7.5 years ago on our cruise to Alaska. Since it was a formal picture I went a little more formal with my papers and embellies then I normally do. I always love the looks of Webster's Pages but for my scrappy style I am normally at a loss as to what to do with them. I do though like how this came out with the bricks on the background.






Product List:

Patterned paper: Webster's Pages Nature's Storybook
Embellishments: Prima
Stickers: Webster's Pages
Alpha: Webster's Pages
Mixed Media: Modeling Paste, Water Paints, Perfect Pearls Mist and Tattered Angels
Ribbon/fibers: Unknown
Miscellaneous: Studio 490 Stencil
Sketch Designer: Brenshevia Baker
Challenge Site: Colorful Creations

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Autumn Wreath

Just wanted to share the 1st wreath I have ever made. Very time consuming and lots of blisters on the fingers later from the hot glue gun but kinda of a fun project. Think I might make some more! But Christmas ones since autumn colors really are not my favorite.