Friday, December 18, 2009

Kids Card Class: Mini-Pizza Elf Box

Once again, Loving the Holiday Lineup set. :)
This is a great project for the kids and perfect for a teacher gift.
I am planning on putting some Hershey Kisses in it with a gift card.
I must admit, I can't remember if I have every used the Tag Along set before last month, but doesn't it make a great edge?

Materials Used:
SU Stamps: Holiday Lineup, Tag Alongs, Four The Holidays; SU Paper: Very Vanilla, Ruby Red, Old Olive; SU Ink: Versamark, Basic Gray, Chocolate Chip, Ruby Red, Handsome Hunter, Old Olive; SU Accessories: Blender Pen; Techniques: Watercoloring

Monday, December 14, 2009

Kids Card Class: Card 2

Ok, SO isn't this the perfect kid card? The girls loved using the Big Shot, the Crimper, and Paper Piercer. I mean really, what more could they ask for?

This is from a retired set called Christmas Fun and it just the cutest for a simple card like this.

The Girls requested I color in the bow. Not sure which way I like it better. What do you think?

As Always, Thanks for stopping by. :D

Materials Used:
SU Stamps: Christmas Fun Set; SU Paper: Whisper White, Real Red;SU Ink: Riding Hood Red; SU Accessories: Blender Pen, Crimper

Friday, December 11, 2009

Kids Card Class: Card 1

So in preparation for the Holidays, I had a couple of card classes for kids. My daughter loves to make cards so I thought it only right to offer her friends a chance to do the same.

This was on of the cards we made at the class. I *love* the Holiday Lineup set, isn't it cute. We stamped the Sanded background stamp on the Ruby Red card base with Ruby Red Ink. The girls *loved* paper piercing the Glorious Green panel. My favorite part was water coloring the nose on Rudolph. ;)

Materials Used:
SU Stamps: Holiday Lineup, Sanded; SU Paper: Ruby Red, Glorious Green, Very Vanilla; SU Ink: Ruby Red, Basic Brown, Chocolate Chip, Real Red, Close to Cocoa; SU Accessories: Blender Pen; Techniques: Paper Piercing

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Kids Card Class: Card 3

I was able to use this sketch challenge for inspiration for one of the kids cards. ;)

Ok, This may be my favorite from the kids card classes!

So, I know I have mentioned this before, but I *love* the Snow Buddies Set!!! The snowmen are A-DOR-A-BLE and the snowflakes are so cute. ;)

Materials Used:
Stamps: Snow Buddies, Snow Flurries; Paper: Whisper White, Night of Navy, Brilliant Blue, Bashful Blue; Ink: Brilliant Blue, Bashful Blue

As always, thanks for stopping by. :D

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Seasons Greetings

Well, The challenges continue. ;)

This is the Challenge Card:
I like it better with the extra panel on the bottom. ;)
Materials Used:
SU Stamps: Snow Swirled, Tag Alongs; SU Paper: Handsome Hunter, Always Artichoke DPAlways Artichoke, Very Vanilla, Bravo Burgundy; SU Ink: Handsome Hunter, Riding Hood Red, Chocolate Chip

Sketch Challenge 246

Here is the sketch:
And here is my card:
I am loving the Snow Buddies Set. It is a level 2 hostess set from the Holiday Mini and aren't they the cutest little snow people? I also like the Tempting Turquoise and Brilliant Blue color combo.

What do you think? Sometime I feel like I am typing to myself, so please leave a comment- even if it is just to say hi. ;)

Materials List:
SU Stamps: Snow Buddies; SU Paper: Tempting Turquoise, Brilliant Blue, Whisper White; SU Ink: Bashful Blue, Brilliant Blue, Tempting Turquoise, Other: Embossing Folders.

Thanks for looking!