Friday, September 28, 2012
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
I used this circular image from Digital Delights by Louby Loo's Halloween House set. All of Wendy's designs can be purchased HERE. The papers are K&Co and you probably recognize the Martha Stewart drippy goo border punch - boy, I looked everywhere for that punch when it first came out. The sentiment is a K Andrew Designs set - Fall - O - Ween. I used Copic Markers, but with very little blending.
I hope you'll join in our challenge by linking your color challenge project HERE.
Our prize this week is being offered by our very own Louby Loo (Wendy).
Sunday, September 23, 2012
Friday, September 21, 2012
Since Kristal is retiring some of her stamp sets to make room for new ones, the girls - and some invited guests, like me LOL - thought it would be fun to show off our favorite sets
from K Andrew Designs.
If you've come from Debbie at DD's Crafts then you're in the right spot. If you just dropped by and would like to start at the beginning so that you don't miss anything, click HERE to start with Lisa at A Mermaid's Crafts.
I really believe that Kristal's stamps are "must-haves" for every card maker. I know that when I need to create a card for whatever occasion, I'll have the perfect sentiment. Today I'm sharing a card that I didn't have much time to design - yet, with my Spellbinders Card Creator die, some scrap paper, embellishments from my stash, AND Kristal's Positive Thoughts stamp set, I was able to put together something that I think will be appreciated by the recipient.
This is truly one of my favorite sets
K Andrew Designs art stamp set, someone around the country is being helped.
You can purchase Kristal's stamps HERE.
I'm so glad you stopped by but now it's time to send you on your way.
Your next stop is Jessie at Edogg, Sugarlips and Princess Buttercup.
Enjoy the hop!!!
Don't you love this Jillibean Soup patterned paper? It's so perfect for this image.
I used the line art version so I could color the bear with Copic Markers.
Melin is also offering a FREE digital stamp download:
I'm inviting you to visit Cooking with Cricut to see more of this week's digital stamp projects including some using the FREE image. Then, head over to Paper Crafting World to pick up your own free image.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The sentiment is from K Andrew Designs' Pirates Tales and Fish Scales set. I hand cut and banner. I also used Copic markers and Distressed Ink.
Join us this week by linking your Distressed project to the Delightful Challenges blog.
Our sponsor this week is
I invite you to visit Cooking with Cricut to see more fantastic texture projects.
Be sure to link up your own project which shows texture and must include a Cricut cut.
Maybe you'll be chosen as one of our "Top Chefs."
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
The image is an SKdigis which can be purchased HERE.
Our sponsor for this week's challenge is
My Creative Classroom
Be sure to visit Tuesday Throwdown to see some amazing design team projects using corners. Then, you can link up your project for a chance to win this week's challenge.
Monday, September 17, 2012
I used the Zoo-Zebra image and one of my favorite color combinations. The sentiment is from My Craft Spot Tiny Tags set.
Remember that you must use an SKdigi on your entry. But never fear, Sonia always offers freebies. If you haven't visited the SKdigis shop, you're in for a digital stamp treat. Sonia's images are so delightful and easy-peasy to color. You have to take a look at her Little Steven characters - just perfect for Halloween or any type of kids project.
So, come on and join in the challenge fun. The winner will receive SKdigis and depending on the number of entries, there could be more than one winner so be sure to read the Challenge rules. And while you're visiting the challenge blog, we'd love to have you become a follower.
Friday, September 14, 2012
With each Fridaze' post, Melin is offering a FREEBIE.
Here is a card using this week's free digital image-Don't Be Blue. You can pick up this image HERE.
How about popping over to PCW and giving digital stamps a try. They are so easy to download, size, and print on your computer or your cut and print machines (Cameo, Eclips, etc.). If you're not excited about coloring, the images also come pre-colored along with the black and white line art.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Monday, September 10, 2012
Friday, September 7, 2012
The sentiment stamp is from "Sew Much Fun" by K Andrew Designs.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
If you join in our Halloween challenge you'll be eligible to win a $10 gift certificate from
Digital Delights by Louby Loo.
Why not visit the design team blog and leave a little bloggie love to the designers who are sharing Wendy's newest images. And, that's where you'll link up your project. Just click HERE.
I just purchased the Autumn Celebrations and Simply Charmed cartridges so I used them both for my card. I also used the Argyle and Numbers Cuttlebug Embossing folders. I embellished with Washi tape, Baker's Twine, buttons, and some doodling.
Please join our challenge by linking up your project HERE. Don't forget to use a Cricut cut somewhere on your project.
If you love digital stamps and/or cutfiles, please visit Paper Crafting World for Tuesday's challenges.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
The first part of the sentiment is from K Andrew Designs Coffee and Tea Tag Along set. The rest is computer generated. The papers are Neenah and the teacup is colored with Copics.
Monday, September 3, 2012
My card features the Dino image - perfect for a kid's card, don't you think?
Sonia's images are so much fun to color and I love the line size she uses - so easy to fussy cut!
You can participate in our inauguration challenge by creating a project using an SKdigi and linking it up at the SKdigi blog HERE. By linking up a project you'll have a chance to win a $6 gift certificate to the digi store and a chance to be a guest designer. Remember, there are freebies available at the Skdigi store.
But, here's the twist - you need to visit all of the blogs in our lineup in order to collect hidden words which will reveal the challenge theme.
Once you know the theme, just link up your project.