Friday, February 19, 2016

make it Wednesday PTI

Hello! Happy Friday! I made this card for the MM PTI challenge. This weeks challenge was to modify patterned paper. I added the black flowers to the red floral paper with a Martha Stewart address stamp, the Thank you is from the same set and the wonderful friend is PTI. Thanks for visiting!

Sunday, February 14, 2016

PTI #saturdaysnailmail

I created this card for the PTI #saturdaysnailmail
challenge. Using embossing powder, patterned paper, and white ink blending.


This card is for The Project Favorite for PTI 9 year anniversary challenge series. I was inspired by Lizzie Jones beautiful card, and I loved making this card!

9 square challenge PTI

Hello! I made this card for the PTI's 9 year anniversary 9 square challenge I cricut cut the hearts and squares. I modified the PTI sentiment wonderful friend to, wonderful friends we love you sew much.
I used a white gel pen for the stitching.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

PTI dress up doll inspired challenge

Hello anyone! I am back with a card I made for the PTI challenge. The challenge was to make a card inspired by some of your own fashion. I picked a dress that I recently wore to a wedding. I  used the PTI wonderful friend stamp in white emboss under the thank you. I promise my cards look better in real life, I just don't know how to take good pictures, where my white's are white and not grey :(.                                                               


Friday, February 5, 2016

PTI make it Monday #238

Hello! It has been awhile since I have had a post. I made this card for the PTI make it Monday challenge. The challenge was ombre or color gradation with gelatos. I don't actually have any gelatos so I used distressed ink on acetate. I inked the acetate in a color gradation, misted it with water then I placed my paper on the wet ink and moved it up and down slightly to create more gradation. I white heat embossed the jewel stamps (Hero Arts) and sentiment (PTI) before I inked the background. I Cricut cut the happy's and colored them the same way as I did the background. I dried all my water colored pieces in an old photographic blotter book with a weight on top. They came out un-warped and it wasn't even watercolor paper (110lb cardstock)! I added white happy's cut to the same size, just slightly off set for contrast. I embossed the background with a embossing folder and my cuttlebug. I had a lot of fun making this card and I am really happy with the way it came out, I think it is one of my best so far :).