It’s November and time for another Print Candee Blog creation! The theme is ‘Holidays’ and kinda appropriate for this time of year. I am busily working on my Xmas card stash and there are so many wonderful products to choose from at Print Candee. I have used this amazing Paper Pack created by VN Digital Art and combined it with the Woodland Creatures Clipart by Sparrow Graphics. What I like about these is the versatility, they make the perfect Xmas card but are not specifically for Xmas. I love it if I can ‘multi purpose’ a product!
Other Supplies: A bottle of DecoArt – Glistening Snow Writer (that I found in my stash)
Here I go with the Print Candee digital stamps again! They are so addictive… I have a friend’s birthday soon and this Bella is perfect for her! There it is, my favourite blue green, but you can’t blame me, I was inspired by the current challenge inspiration from Jay Gee’s Nook. It was the colours, and the cakes, and the little rose buds…. loved it all! I also thought this would be a perfect entry for the LilyPad Cards Simon Says Bling challenge… too easy!
Hi everyone, well I finally immersed myself in a full day of card making and I’ve had a mountain of fun. Everytime I visit Print Candee I find something else amazing…. it makes my decisions very difficult. Anyway after much clicking and ooohing and aaahhhing I decided to use these wonderful images from Pink Pueblo and Print Candee! They are super easy to use and print like a dream! The theme for the Creative Team this month is to create ‘a gift for you’. I wanted to make a gift card set and was inspired by THIS wonderful creation by the very talented Marion. I followed THIS very easy tutorial by Debby, she is a master of CAS and is such an inspiration. Are you ready for… the photo extravaganza?
Finally, here it is!!! The first blog hop to introduce the new Creative Team for Print Candee, it’s just so totally exciting, the theme is ‘Babies / Kids’ (easy peasy) you will love what we’ve got lined up for you today! To help us celebrate there are some awesome PRIZES! Now, you are asking how do I win? Simply just leave a comment at the Print Candee blog (you can also see the prizes here), you have until Saturday September 3rd at 11.59 EST. There is also some ‘hidden candy’ to be had along the way, so to increase your chance to win all you need to do is leave comments. This giveaway is open to everyone!
How totally gorgeous is this image & those butterflies were so easy to use, they resized a treat and the colour remained true, LOVE it! I have included the links in my supplies listed below. There are soooo many amazing products at Print Candee you should just head over there and take a look for yourself you will be glad you did. Now is a great time as they are offering an amazing 15% off!!
Thanks for visiting me, but it’s not over yet! Don’t forget to comment along the way for a chance to win that hidden candy (wink, wink)!
These Lawn Fawn stamps are just too cute, I just love those wonderful puns! I am also a sucker for a one layer challenge and couldn’t miss out on this weeks Lawnscaping Challenge, so out came the masking paper and Copics! I’d better go now and see what everyone else has been making, so little time, so many blogs to visit!
Supplies; Paper: A4 White Smooth Cardstock. Ink: Memento – Tuxedo Black. Stamps: Lawn Fawn – Critters on the Farm. Copics: T0,2. Y21,24,26,32. YG03. Accessories: Fiskars Stamp Press, Inkadinkado – Stamp Masking Paper, Polychromos Pencils – Light Green, Earth Green Yellowish, Sky blue Blending Chalk, Copic Mulitliner – 0.1.
I decided to combine these two challenges in the one post as the cards I made are very similar. I was playing with the May ‘freebie’, yes you heard me right, it was a free digi image from Paper Smooches & just how cool is it! My first card I made for the CAS-ual Friday Challenge which is to Bring on the Bling! What girl can resist a bit of bling…
This is the card I made for the current Play Date Cafe Challenge, I don’t know how they do it…. look at the FAB inspiration for this week!!! Love it! I remember having one of those trunks for our toys when we were kids – we painted it bright red!
Supplies; Paper: A4 White Cardstock. Ink: Memento – Tuxedo Black, Rich Cocoa. Digital Stamps: Paper Smooches – Bee Happy. Stamps: Autumn Leaves – Spring. Copics: Y13,35,38. YR24. BG10,15. Accessories: Fiskars Stamp Press, Blending Chalk, Kaisercraft Rhinestones – Aquamarine, Copper, Prima E Line Pearl Crystal, WRMK – Corner Chomper, Brown Marker, Copic Multiliner 0.1, Foam Dimensionals.
Can I tell you something funny? The other day I was sitting at my desk making cards (yes, I know that’s hard to believe!) and my husband was sitting talking to me and says with a most serious face “haven’t you got enough stuff?…” It was hard for me not to start rolling around on the floor laughing, but my response to him was, “haven’t you got enough kayaks?…” and then the world continued on.
Now onto the cards, (please scroll down for the PDCC) I thought I would combine this post as the cards are similar, and I couldn’t help myself but make more than one! I haven’t played with this Pink Petticoat image for a while, but the sundaes came to mind when I saw the current challenge at Jay Gee’s Blog. I am combining this with the CASE Study Challenge (CSC38) this week, where the new Muse is Sarah Martina Parker. I also wanted to get out my pencils after seeing this tutorial over at Shari’s blog, and I thought that these would look a little more vintage than Copics.
I definitely had to join this weeks Play Date Cafe Challenge, as I am still reeling over my win last week. This will be a thank you card for a wonderful friend who we stayed with recently in outback Western Australia (you can see some photos HERE if you are interested). I also did make my light box today… now I just need some lights…
Supplies; Paper: Xpress It Blending Cardstock, Vanilla A4 Cardstock, October Afternoon – Fly a Kite, Orange Cardstock, White Vellum. Ink: VersaMagic – Aloe Vera, ColorBox – Chestnut & Grey Whale. Digital Stamp: Pink Petticoat – Sweet Sundaes. Stamps: Hero Arts – Live & Laugh, Practicing Creativity – The Whole Cycle, Basic Grey – Tree Hugger. Copics: C1. Y32,35,38. E25,29. R05,27,29. YG03. Faber Castell Polychromos Pencils: Light Green, Cream, Dark Cadmium Orange, Purple Violet. Accessories: Gamsol, Blending Stumps, Bigshot, Spellbinders Nesties – Wonky Rectangles, Glossy Accents, Heat Tool, White embossing powder, Brown Marker, DST, Foam Dimensionals.
This is a card I made for a work colleague who has had major surgery, just to let him know that we are all thinking about him & hopefully put a little smile on his face. This is a pre-coloured downloaded image (from a card program) that I just topped up with one of my favourtie things… Copics. I loved the recent Clean & Simple sketch sooo much that I thought it was a perfect opportunity to use it again!
Supplies; Paper: Bazzill Kraft Cardstock, Xpress It Blending Card, October Afternoon – Ducks in a Row. Copics: E00,31,37. Y13,21. G40. T0. R05. Computer: For image, font and border. Accessories: PTI Twine – Kraft, WRMK – Corner Chomper, DST, Mounting Foam.
Okay so it’s another Pure Innocence image – but just how cute are they! I wanted to join in the current Play Date Cafe Challenge and thought I would use the Clean & Simple FTL sketch to do this. What a fun mix of colours!