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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

A Little Lighthouse and Sweet Stuff


My sister, Arlana, made an adorable shaker card this week for SSW2 and convinced me that I needed to make one also.  Then Arlana also convinced our other sister, Nancy, to make one. This is the first time in a little over a year since we closed the original SSW that we, three sisters, have created together. This is my first try at making a shaker card and I have to say it was quite fun to put together. Thanks, Arlana, for the inspiration!  It's great to see your creations again and to create as sisters!

Image:  Doodle Pantry Little Lighthouse
DP: Cloud 9 Design Under the Sea/Ocean Reef 
Echo Paper Walking on Sunshine Lobsters and Crabs, 
StampinUp Tangerine Tango
Charms: Daintyfied Sea Life for Small Star Fish, 
Large Star Fish and small fish from "Scrap That," local store.
Nestibilities Deckled Edge Classic Oval Large
Nestibilities Classic Oval Large
Beads and sequins from Joann's
Grafix Dura-Lar from Michaeals




I was going to make this one into a shaker card but decided that I liked it best as it is!  I added Crystal Effects to the gum ball machine and also the gum and then decided to add the rain drops on the corner of the chevron paper.


Image:  Doodle Pantry Sweet Stuff
DP: Imaginisce Twitterpated/Colorfall
Simple Stories Vintage Bliss 
StampinUp Real Red
Nestibilities Classic Scalloped Oval Large
Nestibilities Classic Oval Small
Paper Twine from Michaels
Brads and Rain Drops
StampinUp Crystal Effects


This is the sketch for our Challenge at SSW2! 
 Please take a few moments and play along.




"Doodle Pantry takes pride in creating a diverse selection of
doodling styles, like realistic or whimsical, and all of which are family
and kid friendly illustrations.  We hope you enjoy our wide variety of
styles for every family occasion!"


The prize for this week's challenge at Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2 is$10 Coupon at Doodle Pantry.
Challenge rules are located at the top of the blog on SSW2.

Have a great week!
Hugs, 
Judi

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Pearls In My Hair


I just adore this image, Pearls In My Hair, from A Day for Daisies!  She is so stunning.  I just had to try my hand at coloring her hair,  She is definitely an image I will use over and over again!
The sketch we are using this week at SSW2 is below and I just realized I didn't follow it!

So here is my corrected version!




I also decided to make this card in pink!


My Recipe:
K and Company Black and Ivory Designer
Black Cardstock
Flowers from Michael's Dollar Bin
Michaels' Celebrate It Ribbon
Pearls
Nestibilities Large and Small Deckled Rectangles
Star Dust Stickles


Here is our SSW2-43 Sketch!


A Day for Daisies is our sponsor this week at 
Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2!



A Day For Daisies began as a small token to a constant need to create. Pairing a love of whimsical illustration, with a tidy graphic design background, Tammy S Thompson, produced her first stamp designs, introducing irresistibly sweet stamps to crafters around the globe. Drawing inspiration from the beautiful world around us, she strives to express the happiness and gratitude she feels in each stamp design she creates.
Presently, A Day For Daisies has grown to over 3,000 Digital Stamps with a quickly expanding line of Best Loved Clear Polymer. A Day For Daisies has been published and awarded over the years for innovative and unique designs created to inspire the crafting community. With a whole team behind her now, she remains passionate about illustration, obsessed with quality, and dedicated to her customers. A Day For Daisies thanks you for your ideas, comments, and creativity!

Our grand prize winner for this week's challenge will receive a
 $12 Gift Certificate to spend at A Day for Daisies!
 I know you will love using it!  Good Luck! 
 Be sure to follow the rules on SSW2 located on the top bar of the blog.

Have a great week!
Judi

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Thumb Body Loves YOU!


These little cards are for my nursery children to give to their family next week!  None of them have ever given their THUMB PRINT before!  But they were all curious and willing to try!  Each is unique!  They also added the heart on the inside! I did the rest! 
Their name and year is on the back of the card.  
Next week they will use some foam stickers to make another Valentine card all on their own!
Having fun with the crafts for the children!

Recipe:
White & Red Cardstock
SU Heart Punch
SU Red Sparkle paper
Black Ink


Inside

Happy Valentines!
Judi