Friday, June 15, 2012

Kanban Kitty Card

Hi Everyone,

Today I wanted to show you the
card I made from the

I used the Kitty Cat Card today.
They have all kinds of cards.
All you need to do is punch out the
die cuts and then glue them together.
It only takes 10 to 15 minutes and you have
a cute card that rocks back and forth,
and also the head wobbles.

This card I made for a very special person
who is having surgery in a few days.
I hope it cheers her up.

Get well soon Lacey.
All of us are praying for you.
Love you.

If you would like to send Lacey a card
e-mail me at
I know she would love it.

It also comes with a lg. envelope
to send in the mail.

This is what you will be looking for:

These are so easy. I found mine at

I hope you liked the card.

Thank you so much for stopping by.
And have a scrappy day.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Brand New Baby Blogger

Hi Everyone,

Today I want to share with you
a brand new baby blogger.

Her name is Aime and she just
started her site.
Her aunt is Cathyplus5.
She has yet to make a project
and blog about it, that's how new she is.
Aime has 2 followers. Remember
when you couldn't wait to see
the followers go up one by one.

Let's see if we can help, and
show her a little love.
Pop over and check the site out.
Follow if you like, and
maybe even follow by e-mail.
Let's show this little lady that the
world of crafter's is one big loving

Thank you for stopping by.
And have a scrappy day.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

A Year In The Life Of A Tree

Hi everyone,

Today I want to share with you a
wonderful stamp from the 
Art-Cure, line of stamps.

I just love this tree stamp!!!
You can make the tree into what
you need for your project.

This is the front of the card.
Just a simple die cut tree from
Memory box inc. called Arboscello tree, layered on red and black card stock
over a white base.

For the base I used a 17 by 5
piece of card stock folded in half,
then in half again, to make an M shape.
This is so I have room to
place four trees.

I stamped out 4 trees and using spellbinders dies, cut them out and embellished them
with flower soft, Spectrum-Noir Markers,
and pearls to look like apples.

The tree started out plain. I added
some color in the background
for the sky, and then a little
 color in the tree. Then used the flower soft.

I did this with all four trees.
Coloring first, then adding the

 Placed them on the card, over a
piece of red card stock, layered
over the white.

I started out with winter.
You can see how beautiful this stamp is!

Then in the spring, when the tree
has all the blossoms, adding 
a little light green.

For summer, I added darker greens,
and the apples.
(yes those are apples LOL)

Then I used fall colors, orange
and yellow. Adding a little pile of leaves
on the ground.
( I know an apple tree doesn't
normally turn these colors, but  I
wanted to show how you can change
the colors to make the tree different)
It's all in fun :)

This is what the card looks like open.

All these trees from one stamp.

To see this stamp and all the wonderful
new stamps from the Art Cure Line.
and check them out.

Also don't forget to check out the
This month the theme is sunshine
or yellow. The prize this month is
30.00 in gift certificates.
Just use a Crafter's Companion
stamp, make a project and enter.
That's it, so easy.

I hope you enjoyed the project today.

Thank you so much for stopping by.
And have a scrappy day.