This one is a thank-you card for the vet. My parents had to have their 17 year-old dog put down :( She was a sweetheart. We are blessed with a wonderful vet and her team. This is to say thank you for taking such good care of Pawly in her last years, especially in her last hours. The image is a Stamping Bella stamp that I coloured to look like Pawly.
This one is also for a team member at the clinic.
By the way, this excellent Vet is:
Deborah Nash 84, rue Principale, Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague, QC 450-377-1279
For any of you that live in the South Shore or Montreal area.
I am really enjoying working with this colour for Christmas. This is one of the newer Hero Arts mid-tone Pool ink, pool folded card and the stamp is also Hero Arts - CG224 Starry Night. Sentiment comes from Penny Black.
This is paper I picked up today from the American Crafts holiday collection. I picked-up the Candy Canes and the Snowflake craft, I find they will make great card backgrounds. Stamps Hero Arts candy canes E5527 the sentiment is also Hero Arts, Ink - New Hero Arts mid-tone. This is also a first for me with tape, I picked-up the "My Mind's eye" holiday tape and used it here.
The challenge this week at CAS-ual Friday is "toot your own horn' meaning create a card like your blog. Easy enough for me... I am a dog lover have two of my own that look like mother and son :) Here is my interpretation:
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This is the same basket that I used on the Fall card. I really enjoy working with Stampendous stamps. This one has the Chrismas background cling and the basket of hollies. The red ink is Stampin' up the basket is coloured with copics. And, of course, Spellbinder dies.
This if for the CAS "embossing challenge" for this week. I embossed the white card stock with a spellbinder folder and I used a technique that Kristina Werner does from time to time that I love. I used American Crafts Zing silver embossing powder three times on white card stock, I also used VersaMark ink on my stamp. I stamped the image when the embossing powder was still wet and this gives the "reverse" embossing image. The sentiment is from American Crafts.
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Had fun with this challenge, I used my favourite holiday set from Penny Black: Winter Wonderland along with the sentiment from the Joy to the world set. The ink is Stampin' up Real Red and the paper is also from Penny Black: Madison 6 x 6 paper pad. I used Copics and added white Flower Soft to the hats. The cards are 2.5 x 2.5.
This one is for my very girly sister-in-law :). I like the Penny Black belle's, they are really fun to work with. The sentiment is from Hero Arts and the paper is from American Crafts another of my favourites. Now, I just hope she doesn't check my blog before she receives it!
I made this one for fun. Thought I would submit it to A Blog Named Hero for the craft challenge and it works for the August Hero Arts contest as well. Used the circle sentiment stamps that I really enjoy working with.
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Had fun with this one for my niece's 3rd birthday. It's a sketch/die cut or punch challenge. I used a Stampendous stamp with Copics. Dies from Spellbinder and the punch is American Crafts. Thanks for taking the time to look and feel free to leave a comment!