Getting Crazy with the Flowers

Hi everyone,

I’m Christina, from the Crafty Card Gallery Design Team. Today I’m going to share a card I created for this months challenge. The theme is – Flowers –

My inspiration came from one of my talented crafty friends, Emma Williams.
Here is my adorable card….

Supplies used: Tim Holtz watercolour card stock/distress inks – gathered twigs/tumbled glass/pumice stone/water brush/Stampers Anonymous – Crazy Birds/Flower Garden/black archival ink/heat tool/neo colors 2 – turquoise blue/light blue/vermillion/distress crayons – walnut stain/spiced marmalade/picked raspberry/twisted citron/scissors/cheese cloth/3 in 1 glue/

Getting CraZy with the Flowers
Notice how colourful the flowers are – I used Tim Holtz distress crayons. They blend and react well with water. It’s a beautiful thing.
Any questions or comments, just ask.
Thanks for stopping by,
Christina


You Make Everything Bloom

 Hi everyone its me Tonya and I am back to share a card I created for this month’s challenge which is flowers. For more photos and info on how to create this card you can find my post HERE.

Thanks for stopping by hope your Saturday is awesome and enjoy creating! 


Julie Nutting Doll In Lace, Glitter and Bling

Hi All,

Deborah here posting another creation I made for Crafty Card Gallery
to go with our theme – female birthday for the month of March.

I know it’s a bit late but before I posted had to make sure that my swap partner received it as I had joined Scraps Of Darkness and Scrap Of Elegance facebook page Doll Tag Swap.

I always wondered why everyone loved using these Dolls and so I thought, “I gotta see what all the excitement is about them”. And I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed coloring and embellishing this doll. There is so much versatility in using these Doll Stamps. This one was an image that was previously given to me by a friend but I did go out and purchase one from Hobby Lobby. (heheheheeee)

So here is my doll tag and supplies –

Stamp – Julie Nutting Doll stamp (I don’t know the name)
Paper – Authentique – Classique Pretty and Tags
Ink – TH Distress – black soot, spun sugar; colored with Copics
Accessories – ribbon – pink; seam binding – dyed using black soot; Lace; Prima Marketing – Gold flower center, Say it in Crystals;
Stickles – ice glade; Stampendous – Frantage embossing powder used Shabby pink (for the background)
**Stash – flowers

***Close Up – you can see the Frantage spread around the

tag and image.

***To get her dress to look poofy I folded up a piece of paper
like a skirt gluing that down first and then added the Lace
on top of the paper.

Thanks for stopping by to visit us we appreciate all your comments.Hope you have a great day and stay Crafty!!

Hugs,

Deborah xxxx


A Little Color Of Happy

Happy Friday All,

Deborah here sharing a Birthday card I made for this months theme – Female Birthday.  
Do you have any special “female” family members or friends you need a Birthday card for within the next few months?? Well the card I am sharing today is a card you can make using any thing you have on hand. As long as you have few sheets of patterned paper, punch, brads or color sprays.  
I made this easy card today using a square punch, corner punch and a border punch, and Recollections brads,a couple of DCWV paper stack and a A2 card (pre-embossed) from their card/envelope stack. I also used Prima Bloom Sprays. (All supplies listed below)
For the card I made below I did use a sketch from DCWV blog. 
Here is my card: 
I sprayed the outside of my card first with my Color Bloom Sprays, set aside to dry. 
I punched out 10 squares and used my corner punch on opposite side of the 
squares for the odd shape, and layered. 
I used the Martha Stewart Daisy Edge punch, wrapped pink twine around 4 times. 
Fussy cut the flower, the brown border flag with the
orange sentiment. Used 5 Recollections brads – 1 on flower & 4 on the
punched border. 
Supplies:

Papers – DCWV – Collage Art paper stack; the Celebration paper stack (Happy Birthday sentiment only); DCWV – A2 card/envelope stack (pre-embossed)
Inks – Prima Color Bloom Sprays – Cotton Candy, Soft Teal; Iris
Accessories – Recollections brads- Fall; Martha Stewart – Daisy edge punch; Corner punch;pink twine from stash

Thanks for stopping in to visit us this month. I encourage you to take a look around to collect some inspiring ideas from my teamies for Birthday card ideas and other ideas. 
Stay Crafty, 

a little birdie told me…

Hello friends,

I’m Christina.

Welcome to this months card challenge, from the Crafty Card Gallery. This months theme is – Female Birthday.

Check out my birthday card I created for this months challenge.

Don’t ya just love those Crazy Birds and accessories?! You can mix and match them for any occasion.
Supplies used: Stampin’ Up card stock – Whisper White/ pattern paper/ mixed media paper/ Ranger distress inks – Mustard Seed – Worn Lipstick/ Sizzix – Tim Holtz – Crazy Birds stamps/accessories – dies/ Crazy Talk/ Archival ink – Black/ Neo – Colors 2 – (Water Soluble Crayons)/ pop ups/ Fabre Castell pitt pen – black.
Thank you for stopping by,
Happy Spring!
Christina

Happy Birthday Sweetie

Hi everyone! It’s me, Tonya and I am here to share my card I created for this month’s birthday theme challenge.  
I have been really into pastel colors lately and decided I would start with a pink piece of 8 1/2″ x 5″ which I folded in half to create the card base. I cut a piece kraft and printed cardstocks slightly smaller than the front and inked all the edges before adhering to the base of the card. 

Next I glued a mint green doily to the base along three scraps of patterned cardstock from my scrap stash and trim.

The cupcake image is a printable that I sized up. I distressed the edges and inked. I added a sequin and a Dew Drop to the top of the cupcake and tada…finished! 🙂 If you have any questions about this card please let me know.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Friday is awesome and enjoy creating!