Tuesday, February 1, 2011
I love the color blue! Naturally I could not resist putting together a card for the new challenge over at ODBD. The ladies asked everyone to create something blue. I decided to combine a soft shade with navy and mix it up with a touch of white. The image I used is from ODBD's The Lord Has Risen set. This is one of my all time favorites!
My Mom raised violets when I was a young girl and I always remember how fickle they were. lol... Kinda like people right? Mom nurtured those things taking care to make sure they had just enough sunlight and water. Funny how Moms are like that! She made sure I had just enough food, water and discipline. (Not necessarily in that order... lol)... If you are reading this... LOVE YOU MOM! :-P
Hope you have a blessed week and stay warm for those fighting the big blizzard!
Card Stock - Bazzill
Stamps - Image & Sentiment - Our Daily Bread Designs - The Lord Has Risen
Ink - Image - Memento Tuxedo Black
Ink - Image - Coloring - Copics
G29, YG17, YG67
B21, B23, B26
Ink - Embossing - Versamark
Embossing Powder - Ranger Queen's Gold
Ink - Background - Memento Summer Sky - Sponged around edge of image
Punch - Martha Stewart (white layer)
Embossing Folder - Cuttlebug Love Language (light blue layer)
Die Cuts - Spellbinders Nestabilities - Standard Circles Large, Petite Scalloped Circles, Eyelet Circles
Die Cut Background - Cricut Paper Lace Cartridge cut at 4 inches (light blue & navy)
Glimmer Mist - Dazzling Diamonds (spritzed on light blue embossed layer)
Good morning! This week marks a very special milestone for Our Daily Bread Designs . Many years ago, when I first encountered ODBD, I wa...
Happy Sunday to you! Stopping in to share a quick card featuring this week's Mojo sketch. Here's my card... Using ODBD&...
Welcome to another fun challenge at Exploring Cricut ! I am so excited to be back to crafting after a yucky bought with the flu! The we...
April is finally here! I know that the first day of April is normally a day of pranks and shenanigans. You can be assured that I am not ...