Wednesday, March 31, 2010

A Birthday Wish Blog Hop

First of I would like to say:

Happy Birthday, April!

What a great day to celebration Wild Flower Kids: A Birthday Wish release on  April's birthday.   Please show her some love. here

Now for the BLOG HOP!

If this is your first stop in the hop start at Jen's blog
You should be coming from Jenn K's blog.
   (Yes, it's a little confusing.  There's a lot of Jens. It's like the movie Heather's)

Anyways, 
Jen  Shults as out done herself again.  
 These images are so cute.  



I thought I would change things up and not make a card.   I used the new Bo Bunny paper I bought last Saturday on April's birthday adventure.   First, we went to lunch and had a Tea Party at Barbara'a Tea House.  WOW, was that fun and girly.  Next, we went to our local scrap booking store, and then we went to April's house to craft all day.   We had a marathon day and it was great.

   

My second project is a gable box from Prefect presentation templates.   It can be bought at  The Wild Flower Patch. HERE.  I wish I had the Cricut Expression then I could of made a bigger box.   I think I could fit two mini cupcakes in here or a lot of chocolate eggs.



Together they make the perfect gift. 

Next stop in the Blog Hop is:  Lori  

I almost forgot when you are done with the hop leave your name in the comment section after commenting on all the blogs and you can have a chance to win the set:   A Birthday Wish.  Also, don't forget to play in the WFK challenge this week: a birthday wish.

For some more inspiration check out the Wild Flower Team:







                 Lori (next stop in the hop)




Supplies:

  • SU card stock
  • Bo Bunny DSP
  • SU sentiment from  Yummy set
  • SU brad and twine
  • $1 bin ribbon
  • American Craft ribbon
  •  Blue Flower hand made 
  • White flower made with Cricut and SCAL 2
  • Homemade glimmer mist on flower
  • Wild Flower Kids image from the A Birthday Wish
  • box template from Prefect Presentation @ WFK


Challenges:


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Monday, March 29, 2010

Come as you are.... there's a NEW challenge blog!

There are some awesome things happening at Some Odd Girl: A new challenge blog with fabulous Stash and Style challenges, new digital images like the one seen below, and a freebie each month.  Today is my introduction day.   If you want to know more about me check out the Q & A here.



Isn't Kody the cutest.  
He reminds me of Kurt Cobain of Nirvana.  

Do you want to win this adorable image?  All you have to do is tell me what your favorite band and/or  song is in the comment section and  I'll randomly choose a winner on Thursday, April 15th. How simple is that? Tomorrow check out SOG's challenge blog to check out the next Odd Girl's introduction for another chance to win a free digi.  Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day. 

BTW, I almost forgot my favorite band at the moment is:  Kings of  Leon but I think my all time favorite bands are Smashing Pumpkins and the Smiths.  I have no idea what my favorite song is. Too many to list.   

Supplies:
  • American Crafts card stock
  • SOG image
  • Prisma Markers
  • TGF sentiment from My Guy set
  • SU ink

Challenges:

Ssh:  It's a sneak peek for April.
This is Mae.
  Kaylee's new friend. 
Cute HUH?
  You can win her if you play in the challenge this week.

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Friday, March 26, 2010

Fussy and Fancy Easter Card

Today is another Fussy and Fancy Friday Challenge.

It's Easter Time!


Our sponsor at Fussy and Fancy  is the Charm Barn.
They were nice enough to donate charms to the design team and our guest design team.   They have awesome charms at reasonable prices and shipping is also cheap.    


As you can see.  I used flowers again.  I love them.  
 I want to put them on every card I make. LOL!
The image is from Stampinsanity.   Springtime Morgan.  Isn't she the sweetest. 
You can buy her at Stamp Happens Shop.  

For more inspiration check out the Fussy and Fancy Challenge Blog.



Challenges I also entered:
Card Charisma:  Spring has Sprung
C.R.A.F.T: Easter
Dutch Dare: Spring card w/fabric (lace)
I love Digi!: Easter
Paper Play: Easter

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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Stampinsanity's Second Challenge

Today is Stampinsanity's second challenge.  

A  "Wow Factor" Challenge 

(anything but a card/layout) -
Please use any SI image(s) and alter any household item to hold something...

I had a hard time deciding what to do.   I threw away all my containers I wanted to alter because they were taking up space.  Luckily, I found this binder clip. I love making these.  They are so easy and fun.


This sentiment is from the Les Coquettes Sentiment set.


For more Groovy inspiration check out the rest of the Groovy Gurlz Team:
AlisonJeri, LisaMargie, Sarabeth, SuziTonya


You can buy this 
Stampinsanity sentiment  and many more at Stamp Happens shop.

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day.



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Some Odd Girl New Stamps FIRST challenge

Today is Some Odd Girl's first challenge.

It's a Stash Challenge: Rainbows. 
Take that how you will, just have all the colors of the rainbow represented.

I decided to give Kaylee rainbow socks.   Before my daughter became boring with her clothing she had a pair of rainbow socks and loved to wear them.  I hoping that her style will change again.   (I'm sure it will.  Many times. LOL!)


I love coloring these images.  They're fun and easy.  
 Some images are so detailed it's intimidating. 

Anyway's I will be having a give away starting March 30.   
Come back by to see what it is.

For more inspiration check out the other Odd Girls:


Don't forget to check out:


Thanks for looking and have a wonderful day.

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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Some Odd Girl New Stamps are finally here!

The day is finally here. 
  Some Odd Girl Stamps has several new digis.
 This image is from the confections line.


I paper pieced three images together.  
 To make a super snow cone.
   My daughter said, "it looked good enough to eat."

For more inspiration check out the other Odd Girls:


To buy this image check out:
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Thursday, March 18, 2010

I'm a Goorvy Gurl


I have some BIG news to share with you today.
I have been chosen to be on the  Stampinsanity's  Design Team. 



But that's not all:


 Today is the start of Stampinsanity's first challenge.


A sketch:



But wait there's more:



Today Stampinsanity is releasing it's new line of stamps: Les Coquettes.


This is my example of Joszette using the SI sketch.




I know these aren't boy colors but boy's like pink these days so it's ok.


For more Groovy inspiration check out the rest of the Groovy Gurlz Team:

AlisonJeri, LisaMargie, Sarabeth, SuziTonya


You can buy this Stampinsanity image and many more at Stamp Happens shop.

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day.



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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

WIld Flower Kids Wednesday Challenge: Spring Cleaning

Happy Wednesday,  today's challenge at The Wild Flower Patch is spring cleaning.   Use your scraps and all your old embellishments and paper to make room for new stuff. 

The card I made was all from scraps I had in a zip lock bag. 


Isn't this flower cute?  I got this flower SVG file from My Scrap Chick.


  Well, I thought I would take a little further and spring clean my scraps.


  I can't believe how easy it is to find a scrap piece of paper now.  The old way I stored my scraps I felt like a was digging for paper treasure.  I even have a file folder for digital images.  I print extra images so when I'm ready to create all I need to do is look in my folder. I feel super organized. (I hope I can keep it up.)


Supplies:  
  • SU card stock
  • American Crafts card stock
  • SU DSP
  • SU sentiment
  • WFK image: Willow
  • Prisma markers
  • homemade glimmer mist
  • Oriental Trading Co. brads
  • Inkssentials gel pen
  • Circle/scalloped circle/square nestabilities
  • Cricut/SCAL 2 (flowers and butterfly)
  • stickles
  • Copic Spica markers
Challenges:




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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Lighten Up!

This card represents the weather we are having here in California.   Last week it was rainy and cold. This week it's 85ยบ.   No wonder I got sick.   I don't know how to dress. LOL! 


 Anyways, this cheerful sun is a sneak peek from Some Odd Girl Stamps.  The release date for this image and many more is March 23. 


I made the cloud on my Cricut, then I used homemade glimmer mist to add some sparkle, and embossed some swirls to give it some texture.   (I love my EK Success Empressor.)  I hope everyone is having a GREAT week so far.   Besides not feeling well its going good for me.  I found out that I'm not being laid off so that's a huge weight off my shoulders.  


Supplies:
  • SU card stock
  • Some Odd Girl image (release date 3/23)
  • American Crafts DSP
  • Cricut and SCAL2
  • The Greeting's Farm sentiment from My Guy Ian set
  • Homemade glimmer mist instructions Here.
Challenges:


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Friday, March 12, 2010

My first Sweet Pea Stamp

This week at Fussy and Fancy our challenge is "GREEN"  (the color or going green.)  Sweet Pea stamps is the sponsor and this is how I got my first Sweet Pea stamp.   I must say that I am in love with these stamps.  Although, they are a little intimidating with all the fine lines and details.  I think I did alright.  (must practice)

I had fun making this card.   I love the flowers and the leaves.  I think those paper flowers are my new favorite embellishment.   (Bonus, I'm using my scraps)  I love how the sparkle turned out.   I found a tutorial on how to make your own Glimmer Mist.  Here.  It works.  Although, I was on the search to find a spray bottle that sprayed nice.  So, did I save money probably but I still don't like the way my bottle sprays but I do have glimmer mist and several colors with the price of only one Tattered Angel's bottle (@ local scrapbook store price is $7.95+tax).  So, I'm happy.  

I am so happy that it's Friday. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.   
Thanks for stopping by.
For more Inspiration check out:


Supplies:

  • SU card stock
  • Basic Grey DSP
  • Sweet Pea image
  • SU sentiment from Inspired by Nature
  • Scalloped rectangle nestabilities
  • Cricut and SCAL 2 cut flowers, leaves, and border
  • colored image with Prisma marker
  • Pearl Ex
  • Copic Spica markers
  • $1 bin ribbon


Challenges:



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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Happy Together!

 Isn't this image so CUTE.  The flower couple reminds me of my husband and me.  
 He towers over me at 6'2" and I'm 5'2".


The sunflower couple is a sneak peek from Some Odd Girl Stamps.  
The release date for this image and many more is March 23. 


Now that business is over.  I made this card for our anniversary this friday.  We will be married 14 years.  Wow, that's a long time.  I hope it's not too girly with the flowers.  


Anyways, I'm using a different card stock.  It's American Crafts.   I don't know  if I like it or not.  I'm trying to move away from Stampin Up since I lost my demo and the discount. I'm a little sad because I LOVE SU card stock but everyone needs to move on. Right?  What card stock do you prefer?  I would like to know.  

Supplies:
  • American Crafts card stock
  • Some Odd Girl image
  • SU twine
  • SU sentiment from Happy Everything
  • Scalloped rectangle nestabilities
  • Crystal Effects on the center of the flower
  • Cricut and SCAL2  to make the flowers
  • colored image with Prisma markers
  • Inkssentials gel pen
Challenges:


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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

WIld Flower Kids Wednesday Challenge

Hello everyone Happy Wednesday. 
 It's time for another Wild Flower Wednesday Challenge.  
 Today's challenge is a color challenge.


Black, Red, and White.
Does it remind you of Twilight?
It reminds me of Twilight but I didn't do a Twilight card. 
Although, I wanted too.  Ha ha!


I had so much fun designing this card. I love that border and making paper flowers. I added a little green to make is pop because I had to use this Rockabilly paper from SU.  If Stampin Up was smart they would take this paper off the retired list.   I love it. Anyways,  I hope you have a wonderful day and for some more inspiration check out the other Wild Flower Girls' creations.





Supplies:
  • SU card stock
  • SU DSP (Rockabilly)
  • SU sentiment (One of a Kind)
  • Cricut and SCAL used to make flowers and border
  • $1 bin ribbon
  • Embellishments: brad, button, and eyelet for Oriental Trading Co.

Challenges:




Thursday, March 4, 2010

Sketch Girl

I totally forgot to post this card I made for Sketch Girls
  Jen @ Wild FLower Kids is Sponsoring their challenge this week.   

This week's sketch:

My card:
I love this designer paper from SU. Pink, purple, or yellow aren't really my colors but for some reason  I am in love with this paper.   Juanita and I split the pack. I am wishing I didn't do that.   Oh, well.

I cute the scalloped frame with my Cricut and SCAL program.   I love the way it turned out.   Those scallops are so cute!  I also made the label with the CRICUT and SCAL.     I really am getting my money's worth out of that program.  I can resist buying MS punches and Nesties.   

Now for something different:

Look, what my mom made for my kids.

My daughter is OBSESSED with Little Big Planet.  
She asked my mom to make her  a sackboy.


Didn't it turn out cute.
She wants to start selling them.  What do you think?
Would you want one?
She made me one and I use it as a pin cushion.  

Thanks for stopping by my blog.   Have a GREAT day.

Supplies:

  • SU card stock
  • SU DSP
  • SU sentiment
  • Cricut and SCAL program
  • $ 1 bin bling
  • Prima flowers
  • WFK image: Willow

Challenges:



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