Thursday, June 30, 2011

My latest project

I thought I would share with you my latest project. I am hosting a baby shower for a dear friend of mine and I'm really excited to do so! Here are the invitation that I made for the shower!

I loved this card because the entire baby carriage is covered with glitter! It's not often you can get by with glitter for a baby boy!!!

There will be more projects for this baby shower to come! Thanks for looking! If you have any questions, just let me know!

Stamps: PK baby faces
Paper: Stampin' Up bashful blue, certainly celery, chocolate chip, and whisper white
Accessories: SU Satin ribbon (old olive), scallop and oval punches, dots embossing folder, glitter, Baby Steps cricut cartridge, copic markers, computer font for sentiment

Thursday, June 23, 2011

First Copic Card!

I recently discovered a very talented crafter--Darlene from She was my main inspiration for this card. After surfing many blogs and watching many videos, I settled on buying Gina K. Designs paper to use with my copic markers. It was very affordable for me! Then after watching several video tutorials, I attempted my first coloring project with copics. Well, I'm pleased with the results! What do you think? I also used some nestabilities dies for layering and I really like how this card turned out! Thanks for looking!!

Paper-Stampin Up!
Stamps- Fabulous Florets and Teeny Tiny Wishes (SU!)
Ink-Stampin Up! Classic Ink
Accessories- Perfect Pearls spray mist, punches (SU!), copic markers, stickles, seam binding, nestabilities

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Happy Birthday to my Friend

One of my dear friends celebrated her birthday a couple of weeks ago. Me being the crafty girl that I am decided to make her a birthday present. Despite many attempts to discover the length and width of my friend's camera strap I had to flat out ask her. I wanted to make her a camera strap cover for her Canon ISXI camera. Seeing that I have a Rebel I could not use the measurements from mine. I found the inspiration for this project HERE. She has a wonderful tutorial on how to make these. Instead of quilting mine, I just make one long strap out of a single piece of fabric. I also made one for my camera and it's very comfortable!

Of course I had to make her a birthday card that accompanied it!

All supplies are SU!

Thanks for looking! If you have any questions, please let me know!