I've been in a pink and black mood lately, can you tell? For this card, I used feelabella from Stampingbella. I've had this stamp for a while but haven't used it much, so I decided to pull it out and ink it up! The paper is by Paper Studio, Sentiment is printed on computer, flowers are prima, ribbon is by Paper Studio and has become my favorite ribbon ever! I use it so much! And of course image was colored with copic markers!
Also, I've added several cards to my Etsy shop...some that I haven't even posted here yet, so check my shop to see some previews of what's to come on my blog or to purchase them for yourself. Thanks for stopping by and remember, I'll be drawing a winner for the blog candy tomorrow!
I finally got the chance to ink up 60's Tilda from Magnolia. I used the same paper that was used to make the Retail Bella card, just a few posts below. I liked the color combination so much that I decided to use it again with Tilda. Originally, I was only to post one of them on my blog, but I liked them both so much, I've decided to post them both. Sentiment stamp is by Studio G, ribbon is by Paper Studio, Paper is by Making Memories, flowers are prima, fabric brad is by Paper Studio, swirl punch is by Sizzix, and I think that's it :)
This is really Witch Tilda with Pumpkins from Magnolia, but the minute I saw her, I thought she looked like a pilgrim. I've colored her with copics, and popped out her arms, shoes, and one of the pumpkins...although I don't think you can tell in the picture. The good news is, I recently got a new camera for my birthday and it takes much better pictures so from here on out, the detail in my posts should be more visible. But I digress...After coloring her with Copics, I added some glitter to the stems of the pumpkin and to the buckle with my spica pen. Then, I mounted her on some Thanksgiving paper and added a cute little sentiment that I printed off the computer. I don't usually buy sentiment stamps because I'd rather spend the money on image stamps so I just usually print them. The flowers and brad are by the paper studio from Hobby Lobby and I'm not sure where I got the ribbon. :)
I made this sassy card using savvyshopabella from Stampingbella. The paper is by Making Memories, flowers are from prima, and sentiment is by Stampingbella. The decorative tag was cut using the Home Accents cartridge for Cricut. Swirl is a Sizzix Punch. Ok, I think that's all the necessary info. I really had fun creating this card...I'm super girly so I love to make stuff like this. I colored the image with copics, as always and also used the nestabilities die for the scalloped background.
This is a cute little set I made for my husband to take to work for a secret gift exchange. Of course he didn't tell me he needed something until the night before and I didn't feel like running to the store...we live in the country. So I grabbed an empty prima flowers bottle and filled it with candy corn and decorated it. Then I found a plain orange gift bag in the closet and created a matching panel for the outside of it. And of course I had to make a cute little card that coordinated. I think it turned out pretty cute. You can't really see in the picture, but I put glitter on the shoes...oh, and the stamp is called Witch Shoes by Stampendous, paper is by Recollections (sold at Michaels)
I made this card about a week ago and have been dying to show you guys. I just LOVE this stamp! It's Tilda with Spider by Magnolia and I love everthing about it! She's so much fun to color! I used copics to color her in and popped her shoes with foam tape. The paper is from my Mind's Eye and Penny Lane. I don't think it's meant for Halloween, but I just thought it looked kind of Halloween-y! I added a few prima flowers, a fabric brad and a sentiment I printed off the computer. Pretty simple card, but there's just something about it love. Hope you do too!
No new crafty posts today b/c my camera is not working correctly...probably b/c I dropped it :( I can take pictures, I just can't get them to load onto my computer. So guess I'll be doing things the old fashioned way...loading pictures onto SD card and having CD made at Walmart...until I get a new camera. So bare with me. I've created some really cute cards, I just need to get them on a CD. Also, when I am able to load photos here, I'll have some blog candy to give away! So check back. I'm hoping to have this all sorted out by Wednesday. :)
I made this sweet little card using an image of Magnolia Tilda in Spring Rain that I got in a swap. I just think she's soooo cute! As I was making this card, I was worried it was going to be so ugly because the colors are kind of random, but after I put it all together it just seemed to work. I've popped the pocket with some foam tape, added a prima flower and a cute little sentiment. Image was colored with copic markers and I've added some stickles glitter to the water. Hope you like it!
Yeah!!! My new Magnolia stamps have arrived and I'm so excited! They are just the cutest and my favorite is Oops Tilda. In this card, I used patterned paper from Hobby Lobby (paper studio) to create a baking theme. Then I colored my image with copics, and layered it on top of another images using foam tape. This just adds a little dimension. I then added a little prima flower and brads. Hope you like her!
My name is Larisa Hohman and I've been scrapbooking for about 8 years now. I'm a total addict and I can't imagine what life would be like without it. I've recently started stamping too and I have to say, I'm 100% addicted. If anyone knows of a support group I can join, please let me know! :) I live happily in Texas with my husband of 4 years and our dogs, Ace and Lucy. I teach highschool in my spare time and stamp/scrapbook during the rest of my time. Hope you enjoy my blog!
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