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Thursday, June 18, 2009
Check out all their design teams creations on their blogs, plus - There's a coupon code for 50% your purchase AND a freebie File! This is one deal that you don't want to miss out on!!!
See all the "rules" HERE on how you can win fabulous prizes! This is going through June 23rd, so hurry!!
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
This first one, I did a "Crumpled Ink'd Paper" look to it. I ink'd my paper, then crumpled it. Father and Daugher Silhouette available below, along with the "Happy Father's Day"
PHRASE " HAPPY FATHERS DAY" in Script
Crumpled up Ink paper used again.. cut out as a Postage Stamp (See older post with Postage Stamp Birthday Card) Old Car Silhouette available also in older post. Happy Fathers Day was cut with Wild Card.
Monday, June 15, 2009
Here's my "Submission" for the free stamp set!
I started with plain white cardstock, covered it with Tim Holtz Distress ink (Antique Linen) and then printed the stamp.. HINT - Print stamp, THEN ink and crimple. it was a PAIN getting crimpled paper through the printer! Flowers were colored in with Brush Pens, and then also I outlined the vase. "Flowers" are Yarn wrapped around twist ties. I cut a slot on the top of the vase, stuck them in, and then used foam tape to mount on to the background paper - which is from the Far East DCWV stack, but you can't really see it too much. The Japanese Symbol Means "Friend", which was also printed on the crumpled paper. I also used Tim Holtz's Frayed Burlap, as an accent color. The overall size of this card is 7 1/2 x 5. (such odd sizes!)
Thanks for looking!
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Saturday, June 13, 2009
But, I am showing you the picture of the real car, and then what it looked like after tweaking and coloring and.. well.. it was a long night with MS Paint! It's still not "perfect" and once I get a better picture of one, I'll upload it.
This first one is a 1911 Ford
DOWNLOAD 1911 FORD
1 - I have a younger brother, who got in trouble more than I did, because I blamed everything that I did on him.
2-I was 4 when I started Swimming lessons, and took it for 5 years, and still couldn't get past the "Beginners" group. (at the age of 9, I was the oldest in the class, and I still wouldn't jump off the diving board)
3- My Drivers License shows me as a blonde, but I'm really brunette - I get funny looks now and then cause the picture looks NOTHING like me!
4- I love my job, and I have dreams of physically being "stuck" in the CAD program that we use - I design kitchens, and you know how frusterating it is to be dreaming, heading to the 'fridge' and there's nothing in it!
5- I like to cook, however I don't do it enough.
6- The only way I can drink coffee that I brew at home, is to do 1/2 milk, 1/2 coffee and lots of chocolate syrup.
7- I am scared of failing financially, but I don't worry about money.
8- I could eat Pizza everyday - With Onions and Green peppers.. and extra extra cheese..
9- I can't stand one of my grandmothers, and every time I go to see my parents, I don't tell her that I'm up there so I don't have to see her.
10 - I spend WAY too much time on Facebook. Here's a link to my page. I have 350 "friends" on there, but I don't know 150ish of them. I love playing Mafia wars, and those 150ish I added so they could be in my mafia.
And I'd like to pass this on to::
Jill - Diva in Pink
Jen's Brain Things
All4Sydney Has caught the bug
Smart Paper Art
Friday, June 12, 2009
Card Base - Cut with SCAL - if you look closely, you can see that it was cut as a postage stamp. (He collects stamps, so that's where I started!)
I did it in white for a stronger base, and then I did the top layer as a separate piece. I used Tim Holtz Distress Inks - Antique Linen - to create the "old" look. I applied the distress ink to blank white paper, then crinkled it many times, and then added more to get the ink right on the creases. Then, I cut out the postage stamp image on my cricut. (note - Next time I do this, I'm going to cut the image first, then ink and crinkle. The blade kinda cut it, but being bubbly and uneven it did not cut all the way through.)
The Car is an 1915 Model T - SVG that I made last night, and then I cut a "78" for the upper corner.
DOWNLOAD POSTAGE STAMP CARD (SVG)
DOWNLOAD MODEL T (SVG)
You will need SCAL to cut this file.
You will need SCAL (Sure Cuts A Lot) to cut this file
So, I found this image of a silhouette of a model T card... That I will show what I do with later, once I cut it..
After going between Paint clean it up, and inkscape..
This is the end result!!
It looks like it will cut out OK, and I took out the tiny cuts with Paint
The wheels are a little loopsided, but hey.. I don't think they were 'perfect' back then!
This is a 1915 Model T Ford
Anyways, file is attached, I hope that someone else could use it for Fathers Day!
This is and SVG, and cutable with the Cricut, and SCAL
1915 MODEL T FORD
Friday, June 5, 2009
This is SuzieQ
Paper from DCWV Spring Mat Stack, embossed with Birds and Swirls Cuttlebug.
"Sweet Friends" stamps is Inkadinkado, and the ink is Versa Magic Perfect Plumeria
Thursday, June 4, 2009
You can get your Sweetie at Owl Whimsy. They only have 2 full sets up right now, but they are just starting out! A new set will be released on Monday, but until then, they do have this image as a Freebie!
Paper is from the DCWV Spring Glitte Stack
Blue Matte from Latte Cardstock Stack
Happy Birthday done with Stamps and on plain twill ribbon.