Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Winter Tilda

I had a hard time deciding what to do with this Tilda. She had been colored and sitting on my desk for quite sometime when I started working with this patterned paper on some other cards. I couldn't believe what a perfect match it was for the color of her coat, so I decided to finally give her a home with this paper, including an envelope that is pictured.

Tilda's Pup

With Laura being such a big dog lover, I couldn't pass up this cute little guy when he came out a few months ago. He is a Magnolia stamp and makes such a cute card. The paper is the Rustic Stack by DCWV.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Monday, May 10, 2010

HM May Flowers

This is one of the new house mouse stamps I got last month. I love how it turned out.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Birthday Tilda

This is another card/ envelope set-- thanks to Martha and her envelope making tool!!

I've had this Tilda hanging out on my desk for awhile... just couldn't find a home for her until today. The balloon paper is nice and glittery. I cut one of the balloons out and popped it out a little on a pop dot. Also tied some twine on it so its string would be a little 3-D.

I chalked around the edge of the image. Found a great deal on chalks at a local shop and bought several sets. Enjoyed playing with them today!!

Easter Tilda

I know I'm a little late for Easter, but I haven't shared this Magnolia card yet.

House Mouse Dream

This little guy is so cute!! I love this image.

The marshmallow has flocking on it, so its nice and fluffy.

Spring House Mouse

This is one of my current favorite House Mouse images. It's just so cute and a very easy image to work with!!

With this card, there is also a matching envelope pictured.

House Mouse Spotlight

I've been a very bad blogger... haven't been posting or updating in much too long.

For quite awhile, I wasn't doing much crafting, but I am finally getting back into the swing of it again.

A few weeks ago, I needed a thank you card quickly for my niece. She loves tulips, so I knew I had to use this stamp, but I really didn't want to take the time to do all of the coloring/ shading. I decided to do a spotlight card-- my first. I was happy with how it turned out and will definitely do one again--- especially with these big House Mouse stamps that are beautiful, but have so much detail in them!! It was a nice compromise!!

Also pictured, along with the card is a matching envelope I made with one of my new toys. I got a Martha Stewart Scoring Board. It is similiar to a ScorePal, but has more scoring grooves and is cheaper--- if you can believe that any MS item could be cheaper!! It also has an envelope tool-- making envelopes is a snap using the tool!